Plus500 Ltd

-15.00 (-0.99%)
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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  -15.00 -0.99% 1,493.00 184,655 16:35:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1,493.00 1,496.00 1,509.00 1,480.00 1,480.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Security,commodity Exchanges 832.60 370.40 395.00 3.82 1,400.07
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:57:14 O 81 1,491.045 GBX

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Posted at 25/5/2023 16:05 by sl71
Although not pleasant to watch our share price drop of 24% over last 6 months is not hugely out of line in comparison to competitors, with IGG -18% and CMCX -26% over same period.
Lets hope the q2 trading update early July provides some positive news.
At least its a good price for the buy back.

Posted at 12/5/2023 16:14 by planelondon
IG Group just taken a largish unexplained drop. Perhaps, this and Plus500’s recent weakness is all related to FCA Consumer Duty regulations and their announcements around testing of 14 firms for value for money/fair value for customers.

If this is the case, the drop in the share price is overblown as the UK makes up less than 15% of Plus500’s revenues.

Posted at 10/5/2023 14:17 by oi_oi_savaloy
Do you know what? we saw this happen last time the share price got to £20. Literally collapsed like this as it seemed to be breaking out (for want of a better description). I realise that the business is different now (far more robust and a bit more visible/clear in it's communication) but there are still question marks about the management's communications (they have a nasty habit of springing surprises).........are they buying another company and literally using all that money to do so (no debt currently)?
Posted at 09/5/2023 14:32 by base7
Also good points Plane & after substantial buy backs, dividends & investment in marketing & promotion-we still have a growing cash pile which,by now should be close to $1bill,on which we should be receiving a decent return by way of interest.The issues holding back the share price of many companies are just not relevant to Plus & as long as our trading performance remains strong, our share price should respond accordingly.
Posted at 19/4/2023 14:34 by km18
PLUS issued Q1 2023 trading update. The Group delivered another outstanding operational and financial performance. The group revenue increased by 64% to £207.9 million (Q4 22: 126.7m). The EBITDA increased by 116% £100.9m (Q4 22: 46.7m). In line with the good results, the share price opened positively by 1.07 % and reported strong operational and financial performance driven by investments in product innovation, with key metrics ahead of Q4 2022. The company made progress in its strategic roadmap, including product diversification through the launch of 'Plus500 Futures' for the US futures retail trading market. Plus500 also obtained a new license in the UAE market, expanding its geographic footprint. The company's board is confident about its prospects and expects performance for FY 2023 to meet current market expectations.... from WealthOracle

Posted at 19/4/2023 09:59 by aleman
Has anybody wondered if PLUS could make Peter Cruddas an offer for CMCX that he can't refuse. I would imagine he would be better off as a small holder of a combined CMCX/PLUS than a large holder of just CMCX on its own - in which case a share offer with option for cash would do the job nicely. Current CMCX market cap is about £500m. A bid might cost 50%+ more but much less if a mixed offer proves attractive and it would come with about £180m cash. I think many could be persuaded to take mostly shares when duplicated cost elimination and removal of a competitor was considered, boosting a combined groups prospects. There would be only Cruddas (59% holder) to convince but he might simply not be interested. I thought their recent Q1 was a bit disappointing which might make him more likely to consider approaches?
Posted at 27/3/2023 17:27 by oi_oi_savaloy
CMC have just sent this RNS out (mid-afternoon RNS - when does that ever happen? CMC, not that I'm familiar with them and their way of working, feels a bit like Plus were 4 or 5 yrs ago - apt to drop news bombs out of nowhere (and thus the nasty reaction seen in the share price);

FY 2023 Trading Update

CMC Markets Plc ("CMC" or the "Group"), a leading global provider of online retail ("D2C") and institutional ("B2B") platform technology, today issues a trading update for FY 2023.

Trading Update

FY 2023 net operating income is expected to be between £280-290 million. February and March posed a more challenging environment with lower equity volumes and a higher proportion of lower margin institutional trading activity.

Management expectations for FY 2023 operating costs excluding variable remuneration are expected to be in the range of £215-220 million.

Development upgrades across both its investing and trading platforms continue and the expansion in the institutional business remains on track. CMC's diversification strategy in its investment business advances with CMC UK Invest expanding its offering and with the recent award of its regulatory licence, CMC Singapore Invest is due to go live over coming months.

These strategic objectives underpin the expected 30% growth in net operating income based on the 2022 results over the next three years.

CMC will announce its FY 2023 results on Tuesday 13th June 2023.

I'm only pasting it in perhaps the trend is the same for Plus? ......But wouldn't Plus give us a heads up if things weren't going to plan (bearing in mid they recently reiterated their numbers)?

Posted at 14/3/2023 09:27 by aleman
It seems strange that CMCX, PLUS and IGG are all falling. CMCX said January trading started strongly and March must be doing very well in light of recent events. One would imagine they are all going to produce good Q1 numbers. I can't imagine anything but good numbers in the trading update in about a month. The cash balance might have broken £1bn versus the current market cap of £1.7bn. The share price is starting to look oddly low.
Posted at 21/2/2023 14:23 by black bird
dividend poor @ share price of 1824 final + special £0. 27 pence = 1.48% O.Y.M
on your money share price @1824 share will go down. but will hold BB

Posted at 14/2/2023 21:23 by blueclyde
The cash dividends suffer from a huge tax amount. The buy backs alone are so big now they alone push EPS up nearly 8 percent a year just with the fewer shares in issue. Also I think the buy backs could hit an inflection in the share price. Strip out the cash and this is on a PE of 4 and $60 million worth of stock will be bought in the next six months. Hard to see where that supply comes from without pushing up the share price imo.
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