Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
ST Ives LSE:SIV London Ordinary Share GB0007689002 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 53.25p 53.00p 53.25p 55.00p 52.75p 55.00p 167,980 16:35:24
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 367.5 -5.7 -5.9 - 76.02

ST Ives Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
22/6/2017
10:51
70p anybody?...
diku
20/6/2017
18:04
Is there a bid coming here...
diku
14/6/2017
15:35
waveneygnome: So very true - and Goodwill and other intangible assets amount to about about some £164 million - From previous unfortunate experiences intangible assets have a habit of evaporating when you try to realise them - also hard copy print is very much a market in retreat before online promotions and on line publishing.
pugugly
14/6/2017
13:11
Recovery play more like. Seems to be transforming a poor first half into solid progress for the last 4 months.
leafysuburb
14/6/2017
10:11
There is still life left in this...takeover target?...
diku
14/6/2017
09:25
On a technical basis, the set-up is there for it to jump! So, it wouldn't surprise me if it goes up by 60 to 70 pence, BUT the fundamentals are weak. http://bit.ly/StIvesarticle (scroll down to see the technical charts)
walbrock82
14/6/2017
07:47
Trading update issued:- Outlook As discussed at our interim results in March, we continue to review strategic options for both the Group's Marketing Activation and Books segments, taking decisive action to improve efficiencies and reduce costs. This process is ongoing and we will provide further reports on its progress in due course. The Board remains confident in the strategy currently being pursued, and in the long term growth opportunities open to the Group. The balance sheet remains sound and we have the necessary cash flow capabilities to support our investment priorities and to further reduce debt.
cwa1
07/6/2017
10:05
Yes rates will stay low for longer as BOE have snookered themselves...and property prices will come off at least 10 - 15%...
diku
06/6/2017
21:35
Sadly that will not be the case Edmund, property prices to fall and interest rates going nowhere!
bookbroker
06/6/2017
20:25
Only positive reason I can think of is that they expect property prices to fall, and interest rates to rise - and perhaps even property taxes to rise.
edmundshaw
06/6/2017
18:27
Floundering under their debt load, this is all very unfortunate, it could be in trouble!
bookbroker
06/6/2017
15:27
Why sell the building? Crystallised a write off of £0.7M Loss of income £0.4k for £4.1m asset = nearly 10% return 4.1m makes up 10% of the tangible assets of the group.
waveneygnome
05/6/2017
09:20
Buy those companies at highs and then start selling off the silver to support the weak business model & lifestyle...
diku
05/6/2017
07:40
5 June 2017 St Ives plc ("St Ives" or the "Group") Notification of a Class 2 Transaction Statement regarding the disposal of property assets (DIS) St Ives, the international marketing services group, announces that, on 2 June 2017, it completed the disposal of a wholly-owned property at Victoria Business Park, Roche, Cornwall ("the Property") for the sum of GBP4.2 million, payable in cash, to Rodenhurst Estates Limited, a property investment company ("the Transaction"). The Property is leased to a third party tenant and contributed GBP0.4 million per annum to operating profit. The net proceeds of the disposal of the Property will be used to reduce the Group's Net Debt. The net book value of the Property as at 27 January 2017 was GBP4.9 million. The Transaction constitutes a class 2 transaction for the purposes of the UK Financial Conduct Authority's Listing Rules.
cwa1
03/6/2017
15:41
Courtesy of Mount Teide: http://www.printweek.com/print-week/news/1161236/question-mark-over-st-ives-contracts
zho
10/4/2017
11:35
SIV: Transaction Complete Share Name St. Ives PLC ORD 10P Order Type At Best Buy Account Trading Account Symbol LSE:SIV ISIN GB0007689002 Settlement Date 12-04-2017 Trade Details Quantity 8673 Trade Price 0.529665 Trade Date 10-04-2017 Consideration £ 4,593.78 Commission £ 10.00 Stamp Duty £ 22.97 Total £ 4,626.75
alamaison5
04/4/2017
09:41
Ratio-fest! Apart from a few useful ratios like PER most ratios are useless without a lot of context, for example vs comparable companies. Even PER needs context. And all that guff has almost NO context.
edmundshaw
03/4/2017
17:28
Total drivel. How can they pass that off as research?
lord gnome
03/4/2017
12:01
What a load of drivel!
bookbroker
03/4/2017
11:23
Here are some facts about this company you need to know (not in any particular order): -Net book value of freehold drops from £55.3m to £13.3m in 16 years. -It has 160 clients on their books compared with 130 last year. -Revenue in the early 2000s is higher than today. -Profits are very volatile. -The business disposed of assets worth £500m since 2002. -Today, property, plants and equipment drop from £200m to £30m in 15 years. -The weekly technical chart shows a strong buy signal. http://imgur.com/APja03L target='_blank' /> http://imgur.com/APja03L -The capital turnover ratio is an early indicator for investors to sell if valuation got too frothy. - The depreciation and amortisation charge since 2002 is £341m. -Since 2002, total gross capex spending came to £477m with net capex amounts to £136m. -As well as doing a lot of disposing (£500m worth in 14 years), they did a lot of acquisitions causing goodwill to go from £41m to £189m (2016). - In the last 14 years, there have been 15 occasions where the share price movement were greater than 20% in either direction. -If 2017 is another loss-making year, it will be the second time in a row. -The last time it made a net loss (in 2009), market valuation (such as P/B and P/S) is 70% cheaper than today, despite share price collapsing. You can argue we are in a bull market which helps St. Ives to keep a hefty valuation. The full article is here: http://bit.ly/StIvesarticle
walbrock82
14/3/2017
18:37
Broker buy note today. Hence the rise yesterday (heads up?) and today.
she-ra
14/3/2017
11:48
A lot more activity than usual today Looks mainly like PI transactions - has this been tipped somewhere ?
pugugly
10/3/2017
22:56
Not so easy/attractive for a competitor.....St Ives operates in several sectors not closely inter-related.....no single obvious suitors for the whole group.
waveneygnome
10/3/2017
18:58
Consolidation within sector if slow down is here or coming...A competitor buy this company out...
diku
09/3/2017
13:28
The real cost of a lost contract: hxxp://www.edp24.co.uk/home/jobs_2_21713/bungay_printer_clays_announces_redundancy_proposals_after_losing_out_on_major_contract_1_4923212
lord gnome
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