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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Telecom Plus Plc LSE:TEP London Ordinary Share GB0008794710 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -6.00 -0.59% 1,010.00 1,004.00 1,006.00 1,018.00 1,004.00 1,018.00 171,049 16:35:09
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Fixed Line Telecommunications 861.2 43.5 41.5 24.3 794

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
18/7/2018
09:04
Email from utility warehouse telling me their tariff is not the cheapest and I could save £253 elsewhere.What a didaster for their business as the regulator forced them to tell me thar despite their efforts to be in line with top 6, I'm still better off going elsewhere.
muffster
22/6/2018
22:02
Three white soldiers (19/20/21 Jun. 2018), any Chartist?
quickmind
01/6/2018
08:39
Ofgem investigates Utility Warehouse on debt https://www.investegate.co.uk/ofgem/rns/ofgem-investigates-utility-warehouse-on-debt/201806010708489721P/
sunny350
15/4/2018
22:37
How would Peel Hunt be privy to what TEP's short term trading looked like FFS.
superadams
13/4/2018
15:59
Telecom Plus, the owner of the Utility Warehouse multi-level marketing business, fell after house broker Peel Hunt said short-term trading looked “somewhat dull”. Ahead of a trading update from Telecom Plus due on April 19, Peel Hunt cut earnings forecasts to reflect “stressful conditions for incumbents and new entrants” in the UK energy market. hTTps://www.ft.com/content/712e15d0-3ef7-11e8-b7e0-52972418fec4
typo56
13/4/2018
15:59
Telecom Plus, the owner of the Utility Warehouse multi-level marketing business, fell after house broker Peel Hunt said short-term trading looked “somewhat dull”. Ahead of a trading update from Telecom Plus due on April 19, Peel Hunt cut earnings forecasts to reflect “stressful conditions for incumbents and new entrants” in the UK energy market. hTTps://www.ft.com/content/712e15d0-3ef7-11e8-b7e0-52972418fec4
typo56
13/4/2018
14:08
Thin trading volume.
robinnicolson
13/4/2018
13:57
This is quite a drop for what should be a solid utility play. Nothing obvious going on. Salty
saltaire111
13/4/2018
13:57
This is quite a drop for what should be a solid utility play. Nothing obvious going on. Salty
saltaire111
13/4/2018
13:48
SO WHY THE 10% DROP?
napoleon 14th
13/4/2018
12:12
Peel Hunt downgrade. Short-term trading "somewhat dull".
robinnicolson
13/4/2018
11:45
maybe it's the Gazprom story then? can't find any news yet online about the drop.
woodcub
13/4/2018
11:32
From half year results last November: "We particularly welcome the proposed legislation to introduce a cap on the energy prices charged to all consumers on standard variable and other default tariffs; this will go a long way towards creating a fairer energy market with lower bills for millions of less-engaged households, whilst retaining a highly competitive and dynamic market with over 60 domestic energy suppliers. In contrast to other larger energy suppliers, we would expect to see faster Member and service growth resulting from higher levels of Partner confidence in our improved competitive retail position; we anticipate that the protection afforded to our energy margins by our long-term supply agreement with npower (where the wholesale cost of the energy we supply to our Members is linked to standard variable tariffs of the ‘Big 6’), combined with a further reduction in churn, will translate into faster earnings growth.
scallywag
13/4/2018
11:14
Woodcub,I can't imagine the price cap would be as low as the poster suggests. UW are supplying gas at around 3.4p per kWh whereas some SVRs are over 4p. Tep believe that the cap will work in their favour as it would stop the Big 6 from cross subsidising new customers by charging loyal customers a much higher tariff.
hession
13/4/2018
11:09
I wonder if its anything to do with the hold that Gazprom has on European gas supplies and the possibility of military strikes in Syria which could lead to retaliation by Russia?
hession
13/4/2018
11:05
not ex-dividend, this from a poster on the lse board, as a possible reason: The Government is consulting on the price cap for this winter. This is likely to be fixed well below the level that TEP sells energy to its customers. This will expose the high gross margins that they are making compared to the other players in the market and they will have to reduce tariffs. Got to be a good sell opportunity.
woodcub
13/4/2018
11:04
Speculation about energy price caps maybe?
macswell
13/4/2018
09:54
Did it go exd?
saltaire111
13/4/2018
09:54
Nope, but The was a 20k sale late yesterday so maybe someone knew something?
macswell
13/4/2018
08:59
Anyone know the reason for the drop today?Thx
cheaky monkey
20/12/2017
20:18
Superadams,yes I see what you mean,but my bets and forecasts have never consistently worked out. I feel the difficult period of energy pricing is now behind us, as newer players are buying on the spot market which served them well until now, but will not in the current market. So, Distributors can now confidently offer competitive pricing on energy especially as the Big 6 won't be able to cross subsidise new customers for much longer. Not trying to sell you, but there are new services in the pipeline so I am comfortable holding on for the longer term.
hession
24/11/2017
21:23
Hession, all sounds v. re assuring but my benchmark is annual return of 15% so 4% divi yield leaves 11% eps growth which just isn't happening right now.
superadams
24/11/2017
15:46
Charles Wigoder is never short of ideas, but will only implement them after careful trials. TelecomPlus is being advised by the former CEO of a major US insurance brokerage which gained massive market share through network marketing. Growth through diversity, so buying on the dips
hession
20/11/2017
16:45
Interims tomorrow, usual weakness ahead of this. So frustrating this share, wouldn't it be nice to have an "ahead of" expectations tomorrow, or that nice special dividend that gets the juices flowing...GLA
cheaky monkey
19/11/2017
20:20
Yes, Dogwalker, I sometimes wonder if Wigoder has lost his Midas touch. Bit like Hammond now - needs to come up with something to steady the ship.
superadams
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