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
  9.00 1.91% 479.00 2,065 09:40:01
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
463.00 470.00 479.00 463.00 479.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 300.71 5.56 2.70 177.4 434
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
09:24:27 AT 554 479.00 GBX

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04/9/202007:11Next Fifteen : Worldwide PR Consultancy331
30/10/200815:40Next 15 Communications - Quality PR company >>>>100

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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 470p.
Next Fifteen Communications Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 409p and a 12 week average price of 347p.
The 1 year high share price is 578p while the 1 year low share price is currently 199.50p.
There are currently 90,679,493 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 369,202 shares. The market capitalisation of Next Fifteen Communications Group Plc is £434,354,771.47.
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.'
tim1478: I do not really understand these things but statutory eps has fallen of a cliff because of application of IFRS 16. Is this a 1 year adjustment with eps returning to adjusted figure or will there be a smoke and mirrors calculation from here on? Can anyone explain? When the same adjustment was made to Sopheon, the share price fell heavily. Today there seems to be no response to the Next fifteen figures.
saj3: Share price seems to be stuck in a rut! Hopefully will start moving now
leading: I have held these shares for some years and had a great ride. However, I am starting to have a few doubts. Things that concern me include directors remuneration. Tim Dyson (MD) received remuneration of £815,000 in y/e 31/01/2016 from a business that made £5,578,000 pre-tax. He is a substantial shareholder, so I would like to see a better alignment of his rewards with the interests of the other shareholders. This is a bit of a distraction though; the main thing I am struggling with is the market value of the company. The company's growth is coming mainly through acquisitions. It's financing headroom must be getting limited now. Its organic growth in H1 2017 was 2.9% yoy in UK, 4.0% in Europe 6.6% in Europe and a claimed 17.2% in USA, but this appears to include the effects of currency depreciation which has not been split out as far as I can see, so perhaps the true organic growth is nearer 10% in USA here. Meanwhile the company trades on a PE of around 50 on a fully diluted basis using statutory profits rather than the "headline" numbers that the company likes to bandy about. I don't see why a company showing organic growth of 5-7%pa or so should be on such a high rating. It is valued at 2 x turnover. The interim statement outlook said that the Board is confident of meeting expectations for the year because of movements in foreign exchange. So I read that as saying that without a major one off depreciation of sterling, they would miss. And another thing! No amortisation is charged against goodwill. This means that whenever a recession comes along, once every ten years or so, it all has to be written off in a kitchen sink exercise, where the directors cheerfully advise shareholders that it is a "non-cash" matter. It's still a good company so far as I can see, but the share price seems to me to have become unrealistic, so I have sold my holding.
mozart999uk: as expected, the share price always drops on good news :-)
cfro: Share price has been very quiet here for the last few weeks now. We know that they are actively seeking acquisitions both in the UK and the US. Over £4m was raised @145p recently for this very purpose. So, knowing that news on this front could come any day now, i remain a very happy and patient holder of NFC. Results only a month away.
dfohare: from iii BB............ well the price has been steady of late and now sits at an all time high (excl dotcom) which is confirmed as a high relative to the market this is one of the top chart signals below are previous thoughts updated...... everything still seems favourable and to me it is a winner to hold onto their industry is growing they have a great record but are on a modest rating providing digital marketing services for product IT for the world's largest companies is a growth market the young mgt team have a track record of delivering further evidence for me is .... the share price is at a 10 year high and at a relative high to the market in chart terms it doesnt get better add to that a CASH generating business with 10 yr compound eps growth of 10% p.a. that is on a future P/E 9 and even giving a c.2.5% yield so all modest ratings despite growth record and consolidating industry.... this gives a better return than gvt bonds in a growth industry with a growth track record and if you wanted to get excited you would reflect that they have strategic partnerships with google, yahoo, facebook to me that is a relatively unique global franchise they have in an industry that will grow (esp. product development) whatever the state of the market the company is currently value at £60m but i think £100m (140p) is not a ridiculous valuation to consider the shares are tightly held by longer term technology investors so, bid excepted, i think a fairer price would be 120p giving p/e/ of 11 and yield of 2% (they use CASH flow to grow the business rather than divi payments which is what i want the mgt to do since they are successful in a growth market) All IMHO, DYOR + BoL NFC is in my top5 hldgs
tole: Nice positive update in the IC yesterday. Next Fifteen reports record growth - again Created: 28 April 2008 Written by: Amanda Vermeulen Quick Summary: "Next Fifteen is one of several companies in this sector whose share price has been unfairly de-rated in the stock market jitters. The company has a solid, defensive business model, and trading on an undemanding forward PE ratio of 7, the shares rate good value."
hupper: Client list keeps getting better and better, the share price should too. Its beaten the yanks on their own turf to get Sun , very impressive imho.
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