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
  +0.30p +0.44% 69.10p 68.30p 69.90p 70.00p 68.30p 70.00p 69,556 16:35:02
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 393.2 -44.1 -30.4 - 98.64

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ST Ives Daily Update: ST Ives is listed in the Media sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SIV. The last closing price for ST Ives was 68.80p.
ST Ives has a 4 week average price of 66.20p and a 12 week average price of 66.20p.
The 1 year high share price is 83p while the 1 year low share price is currently 37.50p.
There are currently 142,754,039 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 51,836 shares. The market capitalisation of ST Ives is £98,643,040.95.
nick rubens: I'm not a chart fan but isn't a double top usually meant to signify a fall again (shorter term at least). I don't know but the level of profitability (liabilities already considered)will ultimately value the share price.
walbrock82: 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. target='_blank' /> -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:
edmundshaw: Well to say there is NO value in this company is quite a strong verdict. The intangible assets certainly have value, and the remaining Books and the Strategic Marketing segments seem to be doing OK. So we have to try to estimate the damage from the disappointing performance of Marketing Activation segment (said to be due in large part to the ongoing pressures within the grocery retail sector) and the loss of the Harper Collins contract. They are of course looking to address the former by looking for new clients outside grocery retail . The latter is easy enough as they have given us numbers, and the former we can estimate from the phrase "the out-turn for the full financial year will be materially below its previous expectations with the majority of the shortfall due to the pressures within the Marketing Activation segment". Material is >10% and the book contract loss is not far off the same number, so we get a drop in profit of perhaps 25-30%, a fair amount of which looks permanent, but some of it potentially recoverable. Translate this to earnings per share and I am still seeing north of 12p underlying EPS, which does make a share price of 53p remarkably cheap unless you expect that a LOT worse is to come.
davr0s: There was always high risk of this happening after last year. Divi must be at major risk now. Staying well clear for the time being and not trying to catch any bottoms. A lot of work needs to be done to sustainably rebuild any sustained share price trend IMO
lord gnome: Half year at the end of the month. Figures due in March. The share price will mark time from here until next news and then we'll find out if we are breaking out or breaking down. It all depends on the outlook.
diablo1967: Trading update mid December should IMO be positive and result in a minimum of 12-19% higher share price from current levels with a progressive and sustained but steady climb back toward the £2 mark over the coming 12-18 month period .
edmundshaw: Another 11% recovery today. Really extraordinary share price graph here...
pvee: I agree with red army. also a holder but not convinced about the management. Can only hope that their (belated) confidence (or opportunism) in the direction of the share price is warranted
diablo1967: Dean well we voted to leave which you predicted well done ! However way off the mark on its strategic affect on this share price . Previous drop was dramatic enough I think
cjohn: I've been attracted here by the steep drop in Price. I invested quite heavily in SIV several years ago when their share Price was around 40p. At that point they were trading at a marked discount to tangible assets - property and plant, inventory and so on. I'm amazed to see that they've blown all the tangibles on a multitude of acquisitions in modish marketing outfits and they now have negative equity. What's more the share Price is now well below where I sold out. Staggering value destruction.
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