Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Next Fifteen Communications Group Plc LSE:NFC London Ordinary Share GB0030026057 ORD 2.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  5.00 0.56% 905.00 96,607 16:29:57
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
905.00 909.00 960.00 886.00 960.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 470.06 -80.14 -74.90 839
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
18:00:06 O 914 901.327 GBX

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Next Fifteen Communicati... Daily Update: Next Fifteen Communications Group Plc is listed in the Media sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker NFC. The last closing price for Next Fifteen Communicati... was 900p.
Next Fifteen Communications Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 833p and a 12 week average price of 833p.
The 1 year high share price is 1,476p while the 1 year low share price is currently 833p.
There are currently 92,706,999 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 241,002 shares. The market capitalisation of Next Fifteen Communications Group Plc is £838,998,340.95.
longshanks: Thanks RedAlert. Seeing a 3% drop is an odd response to a "performing above expectations" statement. Do we know if this is being heavily shorted (on the back of the SAA bid)? I have bought a few. Will add in stages as it still feels like a falling knife. My gut feel is that they may pull back from the bid - or get outbid - leading to an immediate bounce back.If the bid succeeds then the price is still very good value as historically they have blended in acquisitions very quickly leading to an acceleration of organic growth.
km18: Next Fifteen Communciations plc issued a trading update for Q3 this morning, titled, “Broad-based growth across segments drives fourth upgrade this year.” Not a bad summary. The company reported strong revenue growth in Q3 up 38% year-on-year with 26% organic growth. And 34% year-on-year revenue growth in the first nine months with 24% organic growth over a year earlier. Performance was very encouraging across all segments and geographies. FY22 results will be ahead of management expectations. Balance sheet is healthy and valuation is mid-third for the Media & Publishing market. The business has a solid history of growth and it is reasonably profitable growth. Share price also has some momentum. BUY....from WealthOracleAM
macdoni: Yes agreed I have made a lot of money on this share but now looks crazy overvalued
mammyoko: Can anyone please explain what is going on here? I held from £4 to £11 without even vaguely understanding why I made money on this. Naked Trader dumped them at £8 as being over-valued. They made a diluted loss per share of 2.9p in the first half. Even if you buy all their adjusting items they are on a forward p/e of 25x. Are they really that good at what they do? That much better than SAA? Holders - if you didn't hold, would you really buy here? Those adjusting items in full again: Unwinding of discount on deferred and contingent consideration and share purchase obligation payable 3,343 – no idea what this one is Change in estimate of future contingent consideration and share purchase obligation payable 7,885 – it’s a revision of an estimate. That doesn’t fill me with huge confidence One-off charge for employee incentive schemes 5,803 – is this really a one-off charge? Employment-related acquisition payments 5,794 – what on earth is this? Deal costs 242 – immaterial, I suppose Property (write back)/impairment (990) – was a £10.9m charge the previous year! Amortisation of acquired intangibles 8,440 – fair enough UK furlough grant 1,396 – why is this a cost anyway? If I remained a holder I would want to REALLY understand what these items are. I mean REALLY.
wad collector: Half year's have been greeted by a neutral share price movement today. Tuesday 28 September 2021 Interim results for the six months ended 31 July 2021 Strong performance driven by double digit net revenue growth across all four business segments Next Fifteen Communications Group plc (AIM:NFC), the tech and data-driven growth consultancy, today announces its interim results for the six months ended 31 July 2021. Financial results for the six months to 31 July 2021 (unaudited) Six months ended Six months ended 31 July 2021 31 July 2020 Year on year GBPm GBPm change Adjusted results(1) Net revenue 165.9 126.2 32% Operating profit after interest on financial lease liabilities 35.0 21.2 65% Operating profit margin 21.1% 16.8% Profit before tax 35.0 20.7 69% Diluted EPS (p) 26.3p 17.4p 51% Interim dividend per share (p) 3.6p - Statutory results Revenue 208.8 153.1 36% Operating profit/(loss) 14.9 (0.4) Profit/(loss) before tax 3.1 (3.4) Net cash inflow from operating activities 27.3 31.5 (13%) Diluted loss per share (p) (2.9)p (3.6)p 19% (1) Adjusted results have been presented to provide additional information that may be useful to shareholders to understand the performance of the Group by facilitating comparability both year on year and with industry peers. Adjusted results are reconciled to statutory results within notes 2 and 3. H1 Highlights -- Group net revenue growth of 32% to GBP165.9m (2020: GBP126.2m) -- Organic net revenue growth of 23% -- Adjusted profit before tax up 69% to GBP35.0m (2020: GBP20.7m) -- Adjusted diluted earnings per share increased by 51% to 26.3p (2020: 17.4p) -- Statutory revenue growth of 36% to GBP208.8m (2020: GBP153.1m) -- Statutory operating profit of GBP14.9m, up from a loss of GBP0.4m -- Strong balance sheet with net cash of GBP6.6m (2020: net debt of GBP5.0m) -- Successful refinancing, providing up to GBP100m of debt capacity to fund further acquisitions and capital investment -- Significant client wins including Boots, Citibank, Diageo and Disney+ -- Acquisitions of Shopper Media Group ("SMG") and a controlling interest in Blueshirt Capital Advisers ("BCA"), both of which have performed strongly in the first half -- Acquisition of business and assets of MSI International East Inc ("MSI") by the US arm of Savanta Current trading and outlook The Group's strong trading has continued into the third quarter of our financial year, and we are currently seeing no sign of a slowdown in client demand. Despite being against a strong comparable period, we anticipate delivering double digit organic revenue growth in our second half. Our new positioning as a growth consultancy is clearly resonating with our clients and we are confident in a positive financial performance for the rest of the year. The Group's strong balance sheet provides scope for further investments both in the businesses and in M&A to accelerate our longer term growth. Commenting on the results, Chair of Next 15, Penny Ladkin-Brand said: "Our first half results have seen very strong organic revenue and profit growth across all segments and we continue to benefit from the same momentum in our second half. The increasing mix of digital services is providing strong operating leverage although we are also taking the opportunity to accelerate investment in talent and product development to continue to drive longer term growth."
tole: Liontrust: Next Fifteen set for digital driveNext Fifteen Communications (NFC) has positioned itself to capitalise on an increasingly digital economy, say the managers of the Liontrust UK Smaller Companies fund.Anthony Cross and Julian Fosh, who run the £1.3bn portfolio, noted in their latest fund factsheet that shares in the communications and PR group rose 18% in January after its final quarter performance came in ahead of management expectations.'The digital market specialist expects revenue to increase 9% and noted "strong growth" in profit margins, led by robust performances from its B2B technology-focused agencies,' said the Citywire AA-rated duo. 'It added that it feels cautiously optimistic about trading in the next financial year as it capitalises on opportunities arising from the transition to an increasingly digital-driven economy.'Shares in Next Fifteen were flat on Friday, closing at 650p, and are now up a further 4.8% since the end of January.
energeticbacker: Investor's Champion comment: The operating profit margin has also shown strong growth compared with last year and results for the year ending 31 January 2021 are now anticipated to be ahead of current market expectation - eforecast were previously for 39p of earnings per share.
energeticbacker: Management now expects to modestly exceed market expectations for the year, which seems a rather meaningless statement given the vast number of adjustments. Nevertheless, it remains an interesting business, and one that is clearly well-liked by mainstream institutional investors who dominate the share register. More on the Investor's Champion website.
mfhmfh: From NT yesterday: 'I bought some Next Fifteen (NFC) after a very upbeat trading statement. I don't like buying early usually as the spreads are rubbish but tried a few attempts at getting some using direct market access and eventually got a decent slug. This PR outfit's share price got hit badly by Covid and struggled to recover but looks now that fears were overdone and its next statement is likely to be really good.'
thewheeliedealer: Hi all, My mate Peter @Conkers3 and myself did a ‘Twin Petes Investing’ Podcast a few days ago and part of our discussion covers NFC and the prospects for the Marketing sector. We also chatted about loads of other Stocks and as always a fair bit of general Portfolio Management educational stuff. Anyway, if you use Apple, Audioboom, Overcast or Spotify you can find it under the 'Conkers Corner' Channel (you want TPI Podcast 27) and you can find it on Soundcloud at the link below. I hope you enjoy it and find it useful, Cheers, WD @wheeliedealer hTTps://
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