Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Talktalk LSE:TALK London Ordinary Share GB00B4YCDF59 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -4.60p -2.33% 193.00p 192.70p 193.10p 199.10p 192.80p 197.90p 1,389,049.00 16:29:56
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Fixed Line Telecommunications 1,835.0 14.0 0.2 965.0 1,844.34

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25/4/2017
08:55
In addition to HSBC's upgrade, on same date 21st: Credit Suisse Issue Broker note and REITERATE their OUTPERFORM recommendation with an unchanged PRICE TARGET of 260p. HSBC see 25% UPSIDE. Credit Suisse see 30% UPSIDE. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
24/4/2017
17:23
Disclosed short positions. Blackrock still going for it: Short 0.50% 17th March 0.65% 27th March 0.71% 29th March 0.80% 10th April 0.93% 12th April 1.05% 13th April 1.10% 18th April 1.20% 20th April
1gw
23/4/2017
09:27
TalkTalk Telecom Group (LSE: TALK) currently yields exactly 8%. Yesterday it was yielding 8.33%, but Friday’s 5% share price surge has trimmed that slightly. The surge was triggered by a positive note from HSBC, which upgraded its investment rating from hold to buy and hiked its price target from 175p to 250p. With the stock currently trading at 198p, that would suggest a potential 26% upside, if HSBC is proved correct. This will only go a small way to reversing the disastrous performance of the past two years, which has seen the share price hammered by multiple cyber attacks, which cost the group £42m and contributed to the £18m fall in profits. TalkTalk also suffered reputational damage, when it emerged that the industrial scale fraud operation stemmed from Indian IT service firm Wipro, which it had contracted in 2011 to provide some of its call centre work. Quite a bundle Yet recent Q3 results were promising, with re-contracting rates in the third quarter stronger than expected, low churn, and a strong legacy business of loyal customers. The multi-services entertainment group is in recovery mode, its share price up 15% in three months, as it builds on its niche position in the UK telecoms market and looks to take advantage of greater demand for data and product generation, both for personal and business customers. It is in a five-way stand-off, battling to hold its own against big boys such as BT, Sky, Virgin Media and Vodafone, but has held its own so far. Forecast earnings per share (EPS) growth of 55%, 11% and 12% over three years should drive down today’s pricey valuation of 22.5 times earnings to a far more acceptable 12 times, although the yield is still expected to stay high at 7.1%. This could prove a good call.
garycook
22/4/2017
09:01
There's no problem with the figures supporting the divi in pence per share terms. What makes the yield so high is purely the very low price which, to my mind, is still suffering from the hack. Although sentiment is now ok, the hack just leaves so many who sold out and haven't bought back. People are sometimes put off by such a high divi and assume something must be wrong somewhere. The cost of the hack was minimal, and the numbers simply should support a price at the previous hack level or greater, so about 450p imv, giving a yield of around 4%. That's where we should be imv, but of course there has to be buys to get there. Event regulator rulings have favoured talk, thier offerings are the best if you ignore short term discounts, and all looks rosy to me as it always has done, it's just that the hack spoilt things.I've currently renewed my mobile with TT for another year, and my fibre contract runs out in a few weeks. The best non hassle deal is 30quid pm for medium fibre plus all calls, fixed for 2 years by renewing my TT contract. Anyone got anything better, ignoring switching cashbacks ?
pierre oreilly
22/4/2017
06:17
Totally agree.
garycook
21/4/2017
15:37
Also today, according to HL, Credit Suisse reiterated an outperform @ 260p If TALK can just pull through with enough to maintain the current dividend then, at the present share price, these will start to look remarkably cheap (yield 8%)
septimus quaid
21/4/2017
12:20
Looks like an broker upgrade to 250p is driving things today. I'm expecting it to strengthen a lot further when Mr Dunstone arrives. Dyor etc
leafysuburb
21/4/2017
08:22
HSBC today UPGRADE their recommendation on TalkTalk(from HOLD) to BUY and significantly increase their PRICE TARGET (from 175p) to 250p. QP
quepassa
21/4/2017
08:04
Certainly seems to have had an impact on the early share price. Let's hope it's the start of a trend.
1gw
21/4/2017
07:11
HSBC upgrade Talk to buy this morning and increase their share price target from 175 to 250. thats the first upgrade from anyone for a long time and is a significant shift in sentiment.
muscletrade
20/4/2017
14:05
At a quick glance, I'd say well over 90% of today's trades are "automatic"
septimus quaid
19/4/2017
15:42
Share price seems to be bearing up despite the turbulence
septimus quaid
18/4/2017
16:32
Disclosed short positions. Blackrock determinedly building a position by the look of it: Short 0.50% 17th March 0.65% 27th March 0.71% 29th March 0.80% 10th April 0.93% 12th April 1.05% 13th April
1gw
16/4/2017
15:50
It will be interesting to see how Charles Dunstone performs when he takes over the reigns. He has done a fine job at Dixons Carphone and does seem to know the business. The month of May I think is his start date.
leafysuburb
07/4/2017
14:45
A couple of 600k trades just gone through. Is that what it was all about?
1gw
07/4/2017
14:08
No idea, can't see any obvious news, so I've just picked up a chunk at 190p hoping for a quick bounce back.
1gw
07/4/2017
13:47
What happened? Surely not a reaction to US payrolls!
fenners66
06/4/2017
16:05
Come talk 9p more and I go from £8k down to profit !!!!
borg45
04/4/2017
22:12
Well they are going to have a shock when it hits £2.50 in the next few months.
kulvinder
04/4/2017
18:08
Another shorter (Carlson Capital) appeared on the list as of 31st March, going against the recent trend of reducing declared positions. Trying to pick a top?
1gw
04/4/2017
05:17
Happy to hold for more recovery and the 8% Dividend.
garycook
03/4/2017
17:22
I liked the volume today .. plus a buy recommendation...happy to hold on . Hopefully Dunstone will sell it to the chinese !!!
3dwd
03/4/2017
16:17
Question is do I bail at £1:95 after months watching it around £1:60s or will it kick on ???
borg45
03/4/2017
16:14
Same here £1:95 & £2:04 been a very disappointing buy !!! That Dido has a lot to answer for !!!
borg45
03/4/2017
16:00
Well if we can get back above about 204p, I'll have one purchase in profit, which will leave only 9 purchases out of the money! Activity (certainly in terms of number of trades reported) seems to have picked up considerably since about 14:30 when the US markets opened.
1gw
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