Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
S4 Capital Plc LSE:SFOR London Ordinary Share GB00BFZZM640 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 609.00 110,993 12:52:34
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
608.00 610.00 612.00 603.00 610.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonequity Investment Instruments 342.69 3.10 -0.80 3,340
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
12:52:34 O 24 608.00 GBX

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S4 Capital Daily Update: S4 Capital Plc is listed in the Nonequity Investment Instruments sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SFOR. The last closing price for S4 Capital was 609p.
S4 Capital Plc has a 4 week average price of 537p and a 12 week average price of 496.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 638p while the 1 year low share price is currently 250.50p.
There are currently 548,408,712 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 974,963 shares. The market capitalisation of S4 Capital Plc is £3,339,809,056.08.
brexitplus: Dpl I’ve just gone back to the AGM video on 7 June where MS said in the questions at the end that SFOR should be announcing within the next 6-8 weeks (thats 4-6 weeks now) a new content addition to MediaMonks and a new third leg for the business in tech services. I also remember all parts coming under one brand. So good reason to be invested - exciting times ahead. PS I don’t bother with chart analysis, like cross overs. SFOR is news driven. I work on the basis of would I love to work for the company. Having had my own marketing consultancy the answer to that is YES, YES, YES.
brexitplus: As I've said several times, SFOR has big rises on news and then drops a bit to then go on to a new high. No point going in and out. Mrs Brexitplus is getting ready to put a load into her Isa. Next news will be the TWO events highlighted by MS at the AGM. Meanwhile, SUPR is marching upwards steadily and paying 5.5% based on my purchase price. I use SUPR to balance SFOR and my holding in Fundsmith Equity.
brexitplus: Agree about SFOR. I was a marketing professional with my own consultancy. Things have move on so quickly in marketing with SFOR definitely leading the way. I have been looking at some videos onYoutube about the future of business and technology by Futurist Bernard Marr - definitely worth watching - and the trends are definitely in line with SFOR. As for IT, so much fun.
brexitplus: Citywire “Advertising agency S4 Capital (SFOR) is trading at an attractive valuation for a ‘digital disruptor’, says Jefferies. Analyst Becky Lane retained her ‘buy’ recommendation and increased the target price from 670p to 700p on the stock, which closed up 2%, or 11p, at 570p on Tuesday. ‘A strong first quarter, raised guidance and a new merger lead us to increase our earnings per share estimates by 5% for [the 2021-24 financial years],’ said Lane. ‘Significant upside remains from stronger organic growth and merger opportunities, highlighted by the upcoming bond issue: our bull case price target is more than plus-100%.’ In a trading update, S4 Capital’s management claimed there were major opportunities stemming from its largest ‘whopper’; clients, and Lane is also optimistic. ‘A 12.2x [2023 financial year enterprise value/EBITDA multiple] is attractive for a digital disrupter which we see as a royalty on accelerating digital transformation,̵7; she said.”
thefartingcommie: Peanut envy! remember that one. WPP blocks share options for Martin Sorrell over media leaks Advertising agency says incentives for former chief executive will lapse because he disclosed confidential information to media By Ben Woods 29 April 2021 • 4:09pm WPP has risked fuelling further acrimony with its founder and former chief executive Sir Martin Sorrell by refusing to pay him outstanding bonuses. The FTSE 100 advertising agency said it had blocked share awards from 2016 and 2017 amid claims he leaked information about the business. In its annual report, WPP said its compensation committee decided that awards granted to Sir Martin in 2016 and 2017 will lapse due to his disclosure of "confidential information belonging to WPP and certain of its clients to the media during his tenure as a WPP director". It is understood the 2016 share award is worth almost £200,000. The 2017 award is spread over a five-year term that does not complete until the end of this year, but could be worth around £400,000. A WPP spokesman would not disclose whether the matter had been referred to the Financial Conduct Authority for investigation. Sir Martin said WPP's action was "just another case of peanut envy". "First, WPP tried to outbid S4 for MediaMonks, offering at the death up to an eye-watering €1.5bn in an earn-out, when we won the company for €300m. Next, WPP blew $1bn by selling their 20pc stake in Globant at 52p (it now trades at over 220p), because it was associated with the ancien regime," he said. "Now, this petty move, three years after I left, over a relatively small number of shares and with WPP's recent poor share price performance. It’s nonsense." He added: "It’s a bit rich that they’re accusing me of leaks, given their own over the last three years. They’ve had to go back several years to try and find an excuse to deny me what’s mine. I’ve left it to my lawyers to deal with. It seems like blind rage is driving them, not peanut or even coconut envy.” The decision is the latest twist in a long-running feud between WPP and Sir Martin after he left the company in 2018 over misconduct allegations, which he always denied. Tensions have continued to simmer, with Sir Martin branding WPP executive "bozos" and claiming he launched rival digital advertising group S4 Capital just to "prove a point". The digital advertising company is now worth £3bn. Last November Sir Martin called for WPP chief executive Mark Read to step down, telling the Financial Times that "the best thing he can do is resign before he is pushed". Rebutting the comments, one of WPP's biggest shareholders accused him of orchestrating a "disgusting" campaign to undermine the company. David Herro, the chief investment officer of Harris Associates, which owns a near-5pc stake, said Sir Martin was "attacking the people cleaning up his mess". Sir Martin launched WPP in 1985 and built it into the world's biggest advertising company through a string of major deals to offer advertising, media buying services,
firtashia: dplewis- briefly took Joe off filter, but as usual he has nothing to say, so it didnt last long. Had this superiority nonsense before on the EKF board. By his own admission, Derek/Joe's favourite market wizard is Jim Simons, who employs hundreds of scientists and mathematicians to look for inefficiencies in share prices. Therefore we should be grateful to be blessed here with a single individual who has the intellectual capacity to replicate Simons' success all by himself. There are lots of different ways to make money from the markets and if you look close enough there are some common threads throughout each. A lot of time for Buffett but my personal favourite is Peter Lynch, who retired a multimillionaire at the age of 46, even before the commencement of the 113 month bull run in 1990. The bad news for Joe is that since he claims his strategy to be superior, he happens to hold a lot of stocks that I do. Apart from SDI, which he sold out of in Dec/Jan as the share price had become overextended (ouch).
kenmitch: Every share has a plus and minus case. Bb posters often only want to know the plus case and are intolerant of well argued negatives. (Arguments just about the share price are pointless and rubbish too). I’ve held SFOR from the start and am very confident. But I’m not blind to the risks. e.g the share valuation is still racy even after falling back and has priced in what we bulls believe is near certain success. But shares on racy ratings fall fast on even small bad news. Also so much rides on Martin Sorrell himself. Companies reliant on just one dynamic figure are at risk of big fall should that so important person come to grief in any way. Martin Sorrell is no spring chicken. Lets hope he continues to be fit and active for many more years and achieves his ambition. He has hardly put a foot wrong......yet! Hope he can maintain that record. NO share is a certainty. As for brokers; their comment can be very informative. But their target prices and sell/buy advice are best ignored. Why? Because research has too often shown that broker buys do badly and broker sells rise instead of falling!
boozey: PwC seem to have lost the plot with their audit practice. Using Covid a year down the track is no longer an excuse. SFOR is not the only company this week to have put back their results because PwC have been slow off the mark. It happened with Costain too as one other example I noticed. PwC also have a management consulting arm which they advertise to the market as experts in Digital Transformation, which the pandemic has accelerated. When they can't consult around digital transformation to get their own house in order to deliver results on time, how any company could hire them to digitally transform a business is beyond me. Poor show to say the least, almost incompetence. I am sure Martin S has had a word with them. Delaying results isn't good for a company's image.
mattboxy: How are you runner a winner when u r closing shorts then you are posting that the share price is going even lower. Running your winner would be leaving your short open maybe even opening more. Closing your shorts and banking profit suggests you don't actually think the share price is going to fall further surely? That's a contradiction
fillipe: yokelee 8 Oct '19 - 10:38 - 294 of 295 0 0 0 This an Open Offer at 140 to raise 100M, slightly above the closing share price. @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@ yokelee - the O/O price is 142p....140p was a ref made by SFOR to the SFOR share price before the O/O was announced. f
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