Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Numis Corporation Plc LSE:NUM London Ordinary Share GB00B05M6465 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 360.00 0.00 00:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
358.00 360.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 154.90 37.06 29.90 12.0 386
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 360.00 GBX

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2021-03-04 16:59:05357.383,38712,104.36O
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2021-03-04 16:36:40360.003,00010,800.00O
2021-03-04 16:35:04360.003,03610,929.60UT
2021-03-04 16:29:49360.00194698.40AT
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Numis Daily Update: Numis Corporation Plc is listed in the General Financial sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker NUM. The last closing price for Numis was 360p.
Numis Corporation Plc has a 4 week average price of 316.50p and a 12 week average price of 308.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 362p while the 1 year low share price is currently 165p.
There are currently 107,167,448 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 275,504 shares. The market capitalisation of Numis Corporation Plc is £385,802,812.80.
sphere25: Absolute barrage of IPO's out there. All kinds of nutty valuations too so clearly NUM will be making positive noises. Clearly all this activity happens when we're not at the value end of the market. It is safe to say the easy money has been made and it is going to be much harder going forward. You can see pockets of value out there. Trying to differentiate the genuine value from those that carry a big risk aspect isn't always straightforward. The more glaring ones (which haven't recovered well or priced in the forward potential) where it looks like there is value being held back by ordinary sellers/shorts/overhang: IBST, SREI, CTO, CAPD, BREI, NXR. I want to say XLM but it's a wait and see on that overhang. PTRO looks another XLM sort which is prone to disappointing, has a big seller at work and also has a key breakout point of above 40p. Highest risk recovery play is SWG though I'm getting clobbered on that atm, down 12% and the biggest loss by a country mile so far. It's a wait to see if the progression of recent bullish updates continues. There is alot of takeover activity about at the moment too and it looks like bidders are picking up companies which haven't recovered to pre-covid valuations so clearly they see value from a 2023 plus recovery perspective. We have seen so many very recently with the likes of: NUC, MARS, ARW, SCPA, EQN, AGK...even FCCN....yes, even blooming FCCN! :-D It's abit of a frenzy out there at the moment on the IPO and takeover front. It is a party but what does all this exuberant activity mean for market participant positioning within markets? Noted a chart on US Tech valuations on price/sales ratios above five being back to Tech Bubble levels. Do valuations and profits matter in the US? I tried to get some high level leveraged positioning data from spread firms, but even very high level, non-specific data isn't easily available. Private investor leverage clearly won't all be on the level of ZOE but it must be getting built up to more significant levels. The trend is up for now so we roll with it, but plenty of food for thought out there. All imo DYOR
speedsgh: AGM Trading Update - HTTPS:// Numis today provides the following trading update in relation to the four month period ended 31 January 2021. This statement is issued in advance of the Company's Annual General Meeting which is being held at 12.30pm today. In FY20 our performance improved through the year and the strong performance of the second half has been maintained in the first four months of FY21. Revenue is approximately 50% ahead of the comparative period to 31 January 2020 with all areas of the business performing well. Investment Banking revenues have continued to be strong despite the absence of COVID-related fund raising activity in the period. Average deal fees have increased due to a number of high value Capital Markets transactions, both public and private, in the Technology and Digital Consumer sectors where Numis benefits from a strong client base and a network of international growth investors. Advisory revenues are ahead of the comparative period and the outlook for further UK M&A activity appears positive. Vaccine related news flow and a Brexit deal have contributed to a favourable environment for the Equities business which has delivered both consistently strong trading profits, and Institutional Income ahead of the comparative period. As previously indicated, Brexit will have a minimal impact on our financial performance in the short term, however we believe comprehensive EU market access is strategically important for the business in the longer term. Accordingly, we intend to establish an EU based office in the next 12 months. We are well positioned to benefit from current market conditions, as demonstrated by the high volume of IPOs we have completed in recent weeks. The deal pipeline for the remaining two months of the first half is encouraging and we are focused on sustaining the positive momentum across the business.
speedsgh: Numis has acted as sponsor & joint bookrunner on the IPO of Foresight Group plc (FSG). £35m raised via primary placing (issue of new shares) and £192m raised via secondary placing (sale of existing shares)... HTTPS://
speedsgh: Numis has acted as joint bookrunner on the IPO of Moonpig Group plc (MOON). £20m raised via primary placing (issue of new shares) and £471.2m via secondary placing (sale of existing shares)... HTTPS://
speedsgh: Hi ItO. Relatively quiet start to 2021 for Numis so far (although it is still early doors). Having said that, 2020 also started quietly but they then benefited massively in CY20 Q2/Q3 from companies raising money to repair balance sheets and take advantage of opportunities. My crystal ball doesn't do price predictions but they ought to benefit if the trend for M&A and IPOs continues. Remains to be seen if they can match 2020 however. Seems fairly priced for now based on current evidence in the public domain. 2021 to date: Knights Group Holdings (KGH) - £62.40m - Placing (secondary) VH Global Sustainable Energy Opportunities plc - £242.60m - Placing (IPO) Clipper Logistics (CLG) £62.20m - Placing Moonpig Group plc - TBC - Placing (IPO) Foresight Group Holdings Ltd - TBC - Placing (IPO) I rate Numis but do not currently hold. Am happy to wait for a better entry point in the future. Plenty of other fish in the sea in the meantime. AIMHO
its the oxman: Nice updates speedsgh, what's your view on this activity and upside for num. Feel we should be pushing 400p myself and co very well positioned for recovering markets.
speedsgh: Numis is acting as Sole Sponsor, Financial Adviser, Sole Global Co-Ordinator & Sole Bookrunner on an IPO offer to raise £352.4m for Bytes Technology Group (BYIT)... HTTPS://
deadly: Quite impressive recovery in the share price since Feb. Clearly a resilient business in these difficult times.
speedsgh: Half-year Report - HTTPS:// HIGHLIGHTS · Resilient business performance despite volatile market conditions during the 6 month period ending with the unprecedented impact of COVID-19 · Investment Banking revenues down 5% due to lower deal volumes in line with the UK market · Equities revenue increased 55% reflecting higher market activity levels and strong trading gains · Market declines at the end of the period resulted in £1.9m write down of the Investment portfolio · All business lines fully operational with all staff working from home · Resilient returns; dividend maintained at 5.5p and £5.5m spent on share repurchases · Strong balance sheet; cash position materially higher and undrawn credit facility CURRENT TRADING & OUTLOOK Transaction volumes have increased in recent weeks as corporate clients accessed the equity markets to complete recapitalisations. Deals executed since the period end include equity raises for ASOS, Hyve and Polypipe. Average deal fees have been maintained resulting in an improved Investment Banking performance since the end of the first half. Equities has maintained the strong performance levels achieved in the first half. Our pipeline of recapitalisation transactions for clients continues to grow, partially offsetting the decline in M&A, Private markets and IPO fee opportunities which have generally been subject to delay or abandoned. The market environment post COVID-19 is difficult to forecast, however we expect the economic outlook will be challenging and balance sheet repair will continue to be a priority for many companies. These market conditions will inevitably present opportunities to achieve market share gains and build a stronger business in an evolving competitive landscape, but in the short term we will continue to prioritise the wellbeing of our staff and support our clients whilst adopting a cautious approach to costs and liquidity.
speedsgh: #NUM #CNKS Stockwatch: these two AIM stocks are a geared play on market trends - HTTPS:// A scenario exists where stocks remain generally at a premium to intrinsic values, given investors now fear inflation and any yield at all may be better than what you might get from bonds or troubled property tenants. Yet business margins will be compromised by social distancing as attempts to ease lockdown are made. These two trends imply firms will resort to equity, rather than riskier and costlier debt, to bolster their balance sheets. So, even if flotations are lacklustre, we can expect more placements in due course. It might not be a fundraising bonanza, yet the context for corporate stockbrokers has been a difficult two years, where the Brexit impasse then General Election damaged revenue, and their operational gearing hit profits even more. So, it is possible that a medium-term turning point already exists. A tale of two rather contrasting brokers The two chief means to play this theme – both AIM-listed – are poster boy Numis Corporation (LSE:NUM), capitalised at around £280 million with its price at 269p, and relative ugly duckling Cenkos Securities (LSE:CNKS), valued at around £27 million with its price at 47.5p... [cont'd]
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