Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Reach Plc LSE:RCH London Ordinary Share GB0009039941 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  2.00 0.9% 224.50 441,061 16:35:20
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
224.00 225.00 225.00 220.00 224.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 600.20 0.40 -8.60 702
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:10:16 O 417 220.011 GBX

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Reach Daily Update: Reach Plc is listed in the Media sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker RCH. The last closing price for Reach was 222.50p.
Reach Plc has a 4 week average price of 212p and a 12 week average price of 195.40p.
The 1 year high share price is 248.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 50p.
There are currently 312,743,030 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,442,243 shares. The market capitalisation of Reach Plc is £702,108,102.35.
simmsc: FUTR is listed in these indexes: FTSE All Share Index, FTSE All-share - Consumer Services Price Return Index Gbp End Of Day, FTSE All-share - Media Price Return Index Gbp End Of Day, FTSE 350 Index, FTSE 350 Lower Yield Index, FTSE 250 Index, FTSE 350 Media IndexAnd RCH is listed in these:FTSE All Share Index, FTSE All-share - Consumer Services Price Return Index Gbp End Of Day, FTSE All-share - Media Price Return Index Gbp End Of Day, FTSE Smallcap Index, FTSE Smallcap Ex Its IndexIn relation to Reach, there has been no mention of the ftse 350 (and it's sub indexes) yet. We've only been discussing the ftse 250 (due to its bigger significance i suspect).
sphere25: We're all clearly different and therefore attach varying degrees of importance to all the various aspects in participating in financial markets. This is also what makes the market more fascinating: different viewpoints, different approaches etc. I could sit here as a short term trader and say it is possible to outperform without attaching too much importance to fundamentals, but then most might disagree. Ideally a combination of both is a potent mix in the armory, but it isn't always possible to carry that depth of knowledge, because there are too many shares and even if you have knowledge of some, you might still not carry enough knowledge as compared to that of a sector specialist or a very long term holder. Opinions and standards vary. I bounce around the whole market looking for opportunities so can't possibly know everything about everything, but like others have shown it is possible to do if you can hone in on particular things - they call it a nose for things (or just a big nose? Maybe it is just a big nose). Hang on, better get back to RCH before this drags on too long :-) Key resistance test coming up folks with the price currently at 245p. Waited a while in observing the price movements and market dynamics before highlighting the price movement and breakout potential yesterday. Beautiful break higher, but the intraday price has just bounced off the key breakout level at 247p, which ties in with the wider chart resistance. The sellers have come in there and a 5k iceberg is now sat on the offer at 245p. I lob in bits, but don't want to influence anyone. Note the two key price points marked out going forward from the short term viewpoint. RCH continues to be a great share to trade. Over to longer term and fundamental hardcore varieties to go all militant if need be :-) All imo DYOR
blusteradjuster: Any FTSE-250 tracker funds will need to buy RCH in early June to take account of their promotion. There are so many reasons for the share price to rise handsomely in the next month.
blusteradjuster: At the current price, Reach's market cap is £732m. On the FTSE-250 board, that would place them in position 241 - well ahead of position 250 (FSFL - market cap £584m). htTps:// The last quarterly review was early March using mid-February data. It won't be long until the next 3-monthly review. htTps:// FTSE Russell, the global index provider, advises of the following indicative changes to the FTSE 100 and FTSE 250, based on data as at Friday 19 February 2021. PLEASE NOTE: The actual review of the FTSE UK Index Series will be conducted using data as at market close on Tuesday 2 March 2021. Confirmed rebalance changes will be announced after market close on Wednesday 3 March 2021.
blusteradjuster: I should charge for my services ;) blusteradjuster 6 May '21 - 11:15 - 2815 of 2841 The share price has been been anchored to about 216p since w/c 8th March. Northern & Shell announced they had reduced their holding soon after. It's my speculation that they aren't a committed holder and are drip-feeding shares into strength around these prices. Northern & Shell Plc London, UK 06 May 2021 Resulting situation 4% 14,780,900 Position of previous notification 5% 19 March 2021 Resulting situation 5% 18,401,400 Position of previous notification 6%
blusteradjuster: The share price has been been anchored to about 216p since w/c 8th March. Northern & Shell announced they had reduced their holding soon after. It's my speculation that they aren't a committed holder and are drip-feeding shares into strength around these prices. htTps://
cleverinvestor: mrnupty Analysts share price target is achievable. It is a matter of timescale and overall market conditions Investors will react to progress based on revenues/profits, trading and outlook new information. My view: RCH is a recovery stock that is going in the right direction. My strategy: to stick with it but trade the up and down ie buy low, sell high and buy back low so far it has worked twice. I am prepared to buy back at higher share price than sold if i sense an uptrend. Edit: ie buy low, sell high and buy back low
mrnumpty: Isn't today's sell-off , following a decent rise in the share price , just another example of the old stock market adage " buy on the rumour , sell on the news " ? Rather than listen to some who , for whatever reason , make disparaging comments here , I'm more interested in the long-term picture , and I'll take my guidance from Small Company Share Watch . I've generally lived to regret selling out too quickly on SCSW " buy " tips , and the magazine is especially keen on Reach . The current share price is indeed twice what it was when SCSW tipped it as a " buy " in the November 2020 edition , but the editor stated at the time that " Reach is one of the most exciting opportunities I've seen for a while . I think the price has the potential to go through the roof " . I ask myself if there have been any substantive , negative developments in the Company : sure , the traditional , printed side of the Company is in decline , and the pension deficit is a concern , but we knew that already . On the other hand , the digital side is growing apace and the Company has just announced a decent dividend . However , as the editor of SCSW stated in the latest , March edition , he isn't foolproof in his predictions .
aimingupward2: Netcurtains - explanation of what is meant by ‘rerate’:- A company is reckoned to be worth a certain amount, give or take a bit, by the bulk of it’s actual and potential shareholders. They base their judgement on the known facts and the near-to-medium term outlook for the company. This results in the share price settling around a certain value but, naturally, with daily variations. Subsequently, either suddenly because of news coming out, or gradually because of an awareness of improving trade conditions, people may revise their opinion and feel that the company is worth more, maybe substantially more, and that the share price will increase. They buy more of the shares expecting others to follow and the share price to go up. This re - evaluation of a company’s prospects, outlook and value is what is called a RERATING.
weemonkey: Weekend press to be helpful for RCH share price is my guess. Financial pundits love to play follow my leader. Esp if it is with a stock that has been on such a low rating for so long Chance for some finance journo to make a bit of a name for themselves.
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