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
  +0.10p +0.13% 74.60p 74.60p 74.80p 76.40p 74.40p 76.40p 133,182 15:32:26
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 393.2 -44.1 -30.4 - 106.49

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
19/1/2018
14:00
I'm guessing the sellers may have got whiff of the M&S contract: hxxps://www.printweek.com/print-week/news/1163361/m-s-decides-on-point-of-sale-roster
waveneygnome
18/1/2018
09:16
We know why this is down, the core business in digital marketing is performing well, they need to take the knife to to the remaining two businesses, even if it means writing off the value altogether, the publishing business is worth something but the other part, Tactical Solutions, is just a waste of management time!
bookbroker
17/1/2018
20:36
A lot of nervous sellers out there within the small cap arena. Some of the turnaround stories are failing which does not help. That said the majority of pullbacks recently have been on low volumes so you could argue creates a better opportunity to invest.
red army
17/1/2018
12:29
Ouch. Seems like the market doesn't agree with Peel Hunt's optimism. Lot's of sellers. I'm still holding.
ppreston1
17/1/2018
09:21
Peel Hunt reitain their Buy recommendation and 130p price target today.
ppreston1
15/1/2018
13:44
I think we maybe due for a trading update this week. Hope to see progress with their digital business and restructuring of their legacy businesses. Upbeat outlook may give us bit of a bounce as this looks pretty cheap on a forward PER of 6x.
ppreston1
12/1/2018
11:29
I want to see them focus purely on the digital side of the business, the print and marketing are becoming surplus to requirements, and although they are a big contributor to revenue the returns are simply not good enough, it is a distraction for management and most likely a waste of capital, it’s understood the business will see more writedowns, but these are really non-expense related! But they need to get out of these legacy businesses sooner rather than later, the core digital side is a strong business in its own right!
bookbroker
20/12/2017
15:35
I know...that was (part of) my point...... EVERYBODY knows the print side of things is up for grabs - but no-one wants them....yet.
waveneygnome
20/12/2017
14:34
That Printweek article is 9 months old !
masurenguy
20/12/2017
14:11
Been pretty widely touted in the trade press. hxxps://www.printweek.com/print-week/news/1160539/struggling-st-ives-could-sell-off-all-its-print-ops
waveneygnome
20/12/2017
13:38
I’m not sure that disposals of these two businesses are on the agenda, what MA is doing is slicing costs to make them more efficient, and then he might be looking for outside interest!
bookbroker
20/12/2017
12:44
Yes....very quiet on the disposal of the 2 print businesses. I guess no-one wants share price / Service graphics - to much competition I'd thought someone would have wanted Clays though.
waveneygnome
20/12/2017
12:11
This should be a lot higher, debt under control, costs in the weaker divisions hopefully having a positive effect, just those bloody earn-outs, but news would be welcome on Clay’s disposal, I’m not suggesting it’s likely, but does it really fit with the digital marketing side of things!
bookbroker
11/12/2017
16:29
I think this looks a reasonable risk reward share at the moment. Positives: Low PE/PEG/ price to FCF. High forecast eps growth. Good cash-flow, reducing debt. Pension scheme closed so reducing deficit Largest and most profitable segment is showing growth. Chart showing an upturn on 200MA and trading above 50MA Negatives, Weaker divisions still weak and cost cutting. Could be more intangible write offs (but not cash-flow items). Not a great sector at present time. If the positives can outweigh negatives, I can see this getting to 200p, given cash-flow of circa 25-30mn. Lets hope for a leg up before stop loss kicks in! B
battyliveson
30/11/2017
07:55
encouraging update
this_is_me
15/11/2017
18:35
Its just the market bombing out.
irenekent
15/11/2017
15:01
can someone explain to me how the director shareholding headlines are adversely affecting the share price I don't even understand what the RN's mean!
prokartace
26/10/2017
09:53
Just need a bit of news concerning the business, they should dispose of Clay’s, it is not really core to the current business, it’s time they focused on marketing activities, stupid to continue in that low margin area , come on Armitage, get a move on. Would release capital, and further reduce debt.
bookbroker
26/10/2017
09:13
Is it behaving like a double top then? How low can it drift? Any chartists views here? cheers NR
nick rubens
04/10/2017
02:08
Nice to see N+1 Singer reiterate their buy rating with a 110p price target:- hxxps://www.brokerforecasts.com/news/article/articleId/5689617
malc999
03/10/2017
07:19
Encouraging to me to have the business pretty much back on an even keen EPS-wise after a disappointing first half, and also, that the most profitable division of the business is the one with the 'very enouraging' outlook. Surprised to be off the boil this morning
boffster
03/10/2017
07:14
The dividend was always going to be cut, particularly after the earlier statements made in the year to date, a positive step, outlook is fine, but they would do well to offload Clays bookprinting side of things, non-core! The earn-outs on Solstice are a nuisance, the currency fluctuations are all part of the risk of any transaction cost, too bad on Solstice management, they should have insisted on a hedge structure!
bookbroker
03/10/2017
07:07
cheers Chris. Today's finals have been announced. The dividend cut won't go down well, debt reduction is a good point, but the market usually looks ahead and it's a cautionary outlook I think. Perhaps the double top will be realised today if investors feel bearish?
nick rubens
02/10/2017
15:30
A double top (where a rising share fails to break an earlier resistance level)does result in a short-term fall. However, SIV has yet to form a double top, since it has not yet fallen from the 80-82p resistance it is fast approaching. Should it break through 80-82p, this will be a strong sign of a further rise.
chrisdonohue
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