Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Plus500 Ltd LSE:PLUS London Ordinary Share IL0011284465 ORD ILS0.01 (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -3.40 -0.44% 761.60 761.40 762.60 774.20 760.60 765.60 454,408 16:35:20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 564.9 394.4 261.1 3.0 864

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26/7/2019
13:02
Big drop what's the reason
sbb1x
26/7/2019
09:47
Quite a significant drop this morning. Anybody seen any news. Both IGG and CMCX are up
andrewclarke99
26/7/2019
09:25
ODEY doing the damage again here. Ffs. I hate the stock market!
asusasus
25/7/2019
07:44
Yes I agree CMCX looking positive compared with their results from last year. They say they are now over the worst of the new ESMA rules and regulations
andrewclarke99
25/7/2019
07:02
Nice update by cmcx
josh 32
24/7/2019
14:33
Josh I don't think so at all! That's why I have a very large holding here. Just a matter of time before this pops!
asusasus
24/7/2019
12:45
Market cap of igg is 2,139,000,000 compared to plus 740,000,000 nearly three time as much does turnover and profit justify this difference
josh 32
24/7/2019
06:02
I agree with you andrew. I think it's only a matter of time before Plus500 gains a lot of ground. IG poor results appeared to have a negative effect on our share price but their struggles should be our gain in my opinion. I can only see Plus500 taking more custom off IG in the future.
18steven
17/7/2019
13:52
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bazildonbond
17/7/2019
10:00
I thought the buy out offer for Gain Capital Holdings may have got the price moving. However the share price on GCAP rose on the news
andrewclarke99
17/7/2019
07:24
670 even doh!
asusasus
17/7/2019
07:20
Hoping that we can push through 570 today. Large gap to fill!
asusasus
16/7/2019
13:21
Thanks! CD
cambridgedon
16/7/2019
12:56
Go to Plus500 investor relations and all you need to know is there. Deadline for submission is the end of the month the shares were paid in i.e. 31st July. I just hope I get the signed part B form back from HMRC in time.
asusasus
16/7/2019
11:09
Can someone advise where you get the tax reclaim form from? Thanks, CD
cambridgedon
16/7/2019
10:35
Don’t want to labour this point too long but I don’t think your tax inspector is correct. This is recovery of Israeli tax to reduce withholding rate to 15%, in accordance with double tax treaties, irrespective of UK tax liability. Bearing in mind ESOP want claims to be submitted by this week, point now pretty academic, but might be worth requesting your Inspector to review to ensure future recovery .
stuffee
15/7/2019
21:48
HMRC filled in their part of the form differently on different occasions, when I queried it, the eventual outcome was that you were not allowed to reclaim the tax for shares held in an ISA. I think this was because the income wasn't subject to tax in the UK. I think that's probably quite normal with double taxation agreements, that the ability to reduce it is on the basis it is subject to tax in the home country. Given the confusion etc, I'm not saying you won't manage to do the reclaim, I'm just saying my understanding is you're not actually allowed to if the shares were held in an ISA. But obviously get your own advice / check with HMRC.
alan00
15/7/2019
19:37
Alan I’ve reclaimed Israeli WHT on ISA income for several years now. Providing you submit Israeli form, signed by your local UK tax office, confirming you are UK resident et al and other docs, and confirming receipt of income, all should be OK. Bit tedious the first time but relatively straightforward thereafter. I’ve always found ESOP quite helpful, but they do have tight timetable. I wonder if your UK tax office was confused and thought you were trying to recover from UK Revenue?
stuffee
15/7/2019
19:28
alan who is they? I don't see a problem claiming the tax back even though the shares are in an ISA. Why would there be? That's my money they have withheld and I intend to get it.
asusasus
15/7/2019
19:13
Seems to be some confusion at HMRC, but ultimately they said you couldn't claim the 10% tax back for shares in an ISA. I think the reason being that the income hasn't been subject to tax in the UK (as it's in an ISA). They completed the forms different ways different times, but the above was my final conclusion when I queried.
alan00
15/7/2019
17:22
Mine are held in an ISA so I don't have to concern myself with declaring anything. Straight into my personal account. It's worth doing for me as that extra 10 percent is worth 600 quid.
asusasus
15/7/2019
17:04
It's 10% of total divi so 40% of your £187. The other 15% can be declared on your tax return to offset any tax due on the divi. Double taxation relief. SJ
sailing john
15/7/2019
15:44
My tax deduction is £187. Are you saying that 10% of that can be reclaimed ie £18? CD
cambridgedon
15/7/2019
15:19
Tax is definitely reclaimable but you have to do it yourself. You have to contact ESOP and there are quite a few bits and bobs you need to do. They will refund the 10 percent of the 25 percent into your personal bank account too.
asusasus
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