Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Toople Plc LSE:TOOP London Ordinary Share GB00BZ8TP087 ORD 0.0667P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 0.295 7,395,851 07:49:11
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0.29 0.30 0.295 0.295 0.295
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mobile Telecommunications 1.51 -1.40 -0.60 3
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
15:53:02 O 3,285,741 0.2877 GBX

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21/7/2019
09:20
Toople Daily Update: Toople Plc is listed in the Mobile Telecommunications sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker TOOP. The last closing price for Toople was 0.30p.
Toople Plc has a 4 week average price of 0.24p and a 12 week average price of 0.24p.
The 1 year high share price is 1.05p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.20p.
There are currently 1,143,589,455 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 8,137,922 shares. The market capitalisation of Toople Plc is £3,373,588.89.
03/6/2019
09:34
hottingup: Updated forward valuation figures for TOOP taking into account the increased takeover offer for KCOM announced today: Market Comparisons (Based on 1.143bn shares post Placing 28/5/2019) TOOP's CEO stated (H2 2018) he aims to get at least 5% (250,000 customers) of the UK SME market within 5 years (by 2023), modified (22/3/2019 Interview) to 5% within 3 to 5 years (2021 - 2023). -- Daisy Group had 7% (360,000 customers) of the UK SME market, plus debt, and in 2018 turned down an all cash takeover offer from a private equity company for £1.6 billion, implying: - TOOP with 5% or 250,000 customers = 25/36 x £1.6bn = £1.11bn = 97.2p - TOOP with 1% or 50,000 customers = 5/36 x £1.6bn = £222m = 19.4p - TOOP with 0.5% or 25,000 customers = 2.5/36 x £1.6bn = £111m = 9.71p - TOOP market cap increase £222m & share price rises 19.4p, for every 1% of the market it takes. hTTps://news.sky.com/story/daisy-founder-riley-eyes-full-control-in-1-6bn-deal-11398519 -- KCOM had 5% of the UK SME market and accepted an all cash takeover offer of £563m (49% premium to previous days closing price) on 3/6/2019, implying: - TOOP with 5% or 250,000 customers = £563m, + 19.18% * = £671m = 58.7p - TOOP with 1% or 50,000 customers = £112.6m, + 19.18% * = £134.2m = 11.7p - TOOP with 0.5% or 25,000 customers = £56.3m, + 19.18% * = £67.1m = 5.87p - TOOP market cap increase £134.29m and share price rises 11.74p, for every 1% of the market it takes. https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/kcom-KCOM/share-news/Macquarie-Infrastructure-RA-Ltd-RECOMMENDED-CASH/80042775 * KCOM had £108m net debt, so if you add that to the takeover figure of £563m, KCOM's true takeover valuation was £671m, i.e. the buyer would have paid £108m (19.18%) more had there been zero debt; thus one should increase the valuations for TOOP based on KCOM as the comparitor (above) by 19.18%. -- Daisy and KCOM figures compared to give valuation ranges (adjusted for KCOM's debt): - TOOP with 5% or 250,000 customers = £671m to £1.11bn = 58.7p to 97.2p - TOOP with 1% or 50,000 customers = £134.2m to £222m = 11.7p to 19.4p - TOOP with 0.5% or 25,000 customers = £67.1m to £111m = 5.87p to 9.71p - TOOP market cap increase £134.2m to £222m, and share price rises 11.7p to 19.4p, for every 1% of the market it takes. -- Conclusion: TOOP share price target on 5% = 58.7p to 97.2p (N.B. Suggested MCap / No Shares = Share price)
31/5/2019
19:17
hottingup: Update on the valuations I posted yesterday evening but now taking into account there will be 1.143 bn shares after the Placing (ADVFN have not yet updated their system) (Suggested MCap / No Shares = Share price): Market Comparisons (Based on 1.143bn shares post Placing 28/5/2019) TOOP's CEO stated (H2 2018) he aims to get at least 5% (250,000 customers) of the UK SME market within 5 years (by 2023), modified (22/3/2019 Interview) to 5% within 3 to 5 years (2021 - 2023). -- Daisy Group had 7% (360,000 customers) of the UK SME market, plus debt, and in 2018 turned down an all cash takeover offer from a private equity company for £1.6 billion, implying: - TOOP with 5% or 250,000 customers = 25/36 x £1.6bn = £1.11bn = 97.2p - TOOP with 1% or 50,000 customers = 5/36 x £1.6bn = £222m = 19.4p - TOOP with 0.5% or 25,000 customers = 2.5/36 x £1.6bn = £111m = 9.71p - TOOP market cap increase £222m & share price rises 19.4p, for every 1% of the market it takes. hTTps://news.sky.com/story/daisy-founder-riley-eyes-full-control-in-1-6bn-deal-11398519 -- KCOM had 5% of the UK SME market and accepted an all cash takeover offer of £504m (33.8% premium to previous days closing price) on 24/4/2019, implying: - TOOP with 5% or 250,000 customers = £504m, + 21.4% * = £612m = 53.54p - TOOP with 1% or 50,000 customers = £101m, + 21.4% * = £122.4m = 10.7p - TOOP with 0.5% or 25,000 customers = £50.5m, + 21.4% * = £61.2m = 5.35p - TOOP market cap increase £122.4m and share price rises 10.7p, for every 1% of the market it takes. https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/kcom-KCOM/share-news/KCOM-Agrees-To-GBP504-Million-Takeover-By-Universi/79755712 * KCOM had £108m net debt, so if you add that to the takeover figure of £504m, KCOM's true takeover valuation was £612m, i.e. the buyer would have paid £108m (21.4%) more had there been zero debt; thus one should increase the valuations for TOOP based on KCOM as the comparitor (above) by 21.4%. -- Daisy and KCOM figures compared to give valuation ranges (adjusted for KCOM's debt): - TOOP with 5% or 250,000 customers = £612m to £1.11bn = 53.54p to 97.2p - TOOP with 1% or 50,000 customers = £122.4m to £222m = 10.7p to 19.4p - TOOP with 0.5% or 25,000 customers = £61.2m to £111m = 5.35p to 9.71p - TOOP market cap increase £122.4m to £222m, and share price rises 10.7p to 19.4p, for every 1% of the market it takes. -- Conclusion: TOOP share price target on 5% = 53.54p to 97.2p
30/5/2019
23:05
hottingup: A few recalculations and simplifications after reading tewk's comments earlier: Market Comparisons TOOP's CEO stated (H2 2018) he aims to get at least 5% (250,000 customers) of the UK SME market within 5 years (by 2023), modified (22/3/2019 Interview) to 5% within 3 to 5 years (2021 - 2023). -- Daisy Group had 7% (360,000 customers) of the UK SME market, plus debt, and in 2018 turned down an all cash takeover offer from a private equity company for £1.6 billion, implying: - TOOP with 5% or 250,000 customers = 25/36 x £1.6bn = £1.11bn = 113p - TOOP with 1% or 50,000 customers = 5/36 x £1.6bn = £222m = 22.6p - TOOP with 0.5% or 25,000 customers = 2.5/36 x £1.6bn = £111m = 11.3p - TOOP market cap increase £222m & share price rises 22.5p, for every 1% of the market it takes. hTTps://news.sky.com/story/daisy-founder-riley-eyes-full-control-in-1-6bn-deal-11398519 -- KCOM had 5% of the UK SME market and accepted an all cash takeover offer of £504m (33.8% premium to previous days closing price) on 24/4/2019, implying: - TOOP with 5% or 250,000 customers = £504m, + 21.4% * = £612m = 62.5p - TOOP with 1% or 50,000 customers = £101m, + 21.4% * = £122.4m = 12.5p - TOOP with 0.5% or 25,000 customers = £50.5m, + 21.4% * = £61.2m = 6.25p - TOOP market cap increase £122.4m and share price rises 12.5p, for every 1% of the market it takes. https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/kcom-KCOM/share-news/KCOM-Agrees-To-GBP504-Million-Takeover-By-Universi/79755712 * KCOM had £108m net debt, so if you add that to the takeover figure of £504m, KCOM's true takeover valuation was £612m, i.e. the buyer would have paid £108m (21.4%) more had there been zero debt; thus one should increase the valuations for TOOP based on KCOM as the comparitor (above) by 21.4%. -- Combining Daisy and KCOM comparators to give ranges (adjusted for KCOM's debt): - TOOP with 5% or 250,000 customers = £612m to £1.11bn = 62.5p to 113p - TOOP with 1% or 50,000 customers = £122.4m to £222m = 12.5p to 22.6p - TOOP with 0.5% or 25,000 customers = £61.2m to £111m = 6.25p to 11.3p - TOOP market cap increase £122.4m to £222m, and share price rises 12.5p to 22.6p, for every 1% of the market it takes. -- Conclusion: TOOP share price target on 5% = 62.5p to 113p
02/5/2019
05:27
hottingup: TOOP on the growth curve now: Market Comparisons TOOP's CEO stated (2018) he aims to get at least 5% of the UK SME market within 5 years (by 2023), modified (22/3/2019 Interview) to 5% within 3 to 5 years (2021 - 2023). If they get 5% within 3 years, then 7% within 5 years looks possible. - KCOM had 5% of the UK SME market and accepted an all cash takeover offer of £504m (33.8% premium to previous days closing price) on 24/4/2019, implying: -- TOOP share price on gaining 5% of the UK SME market = (504 / 2.62) x 0.28p = 53.86p -- TOOP share price on gaining 7% of the UK SME market = (7 / 5) x 53.86p = 75.4p -- TOOP market capitalisation rises £100.8m & share price rises 10.77p, for every 1% of the UK SME market it gains. - Daisy Group (2018) has 7% of the UK SME market and in H1 2018 (FT, June 2018) put itself up for sale at £1 billion before being bought by its founder. -- Parity with Daisy would give TOOP (getting 5%) a market capitalisation of 5/7 x £1 billion = £714.28m & share price 74.8p -- Parity with Daisy would give TOOP (getting 7%) a market capitalisation of £1 billion & share price 107.7p -- TOOP market capitalisation rises £142m & share price rises 15p, for every 1% of the UK SME market it gains. - Conclusion: TOOP share price target on 5% to 7% = 54p to 75p (& potentially 100p+) N.B. TOOP’s projected growth in market share (% or No of SME’s) with corresponding market capitalisation & share price, based on comparisons with recent takeover prices for KCOM (5% at £504m) and Daisy (7% at £1 billion [= 5% at £714m]): Market Share............Market Cap.......Share Price 0.1% or 5,000 SME's = £10m to £14.2m = 1.077p to 1.5p 0.2% or 10,000 SME’s = £20m to £28.4m = 2.154p to 3p 0.3% or 15,000 SME’s = £30m to £42.6m = 3.231p to 4.5p 0.4% or 20,000 SME’s = £40m to £56.8m = 4.308p to 6.0p 0.5% or 25,000 SME's = £50m to £71 = 5.35p to 7.5p 0.75% or 37,500 SME’s = £75m to £106m = 8.077p to 10.5p 1% or 50,000 SME's = £100m to £142m = 10.77p to 15p 2% or 100,000 SME's = £201m to £284m = 21.54p to 30p 3% or 150,000 SME’s = £302m to £426m = 32.31p to 45p 4% or 200,000 SME’s = £403m to £568m = 43.08p to 60p 5% or 250,000 SME’s = £504m to £710m = 53.85p to 75p 7% or 350,000 SME's = £705m to £1000m = 75.39p to 107p N.B. 5/10/2018, 13 min 12 sec: hTTps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EAfDWeJIiEc "we won't be a business that is lmited by customer growth because we've got to add head count into the business...as a business, we can probably grow exponentially, 20, 30, 40 times bigger than what we are today, without having to add any heads into the business, and that is a key asset in terms of Merlin...growth is exponential."
01/5/2019
20:03
hottingup: Market Comparisons TOOP's CEO stated (2018) he aims to get at least 5% of the UK SME market within 5 years (by 2023), modified (22/3/2019 Interview) to 5% within 3 to 5 years (2021 - 2023). If they get 5% within 3 years, then 7% within 5 years looks possible. - KCOM had 5% of the UK SME market and accepted an all cash takeover offer of £504m (33.8% premium to previous days closing price) on 24/4/2019, implying: -- TOOP share price on gaining 5% of the UK SME market = (504 / 2.62) x 0.28p = 53.86p -- TOOP share price on gaining 7% of the UK SME market = (7 / 5) x 53.86p = 75.4p -- TOOP market capitalisation rises £100.8m & share price rises 10.77p, for every 1% of the UK SME market it gains. - Daisy Group (2018) has 7% of the UK SME market and in H1 2018 (FT, June 2018) put itself up for sale at £1 billion before being bought by its founder. -- Parity with Daisy would give TOOP (getting 5%) a market capitalisation of 5/7 x £1 billion = £714.28m & share price 74.8p -- Parity with Daisy would give TOOP (getting 7%) a market capitalisation of £1 billion & share price 107.7p -- TOOP market capitalisation rises £142m & share price rises 15p, for every 1% of the UK SME market it gains. - Conclusion: TOOP share price target on 5% to 7% = 54p to 75p (& potentially 100p+) N.B. TOOP’s projected growth in market share (% or No of SME’s) with corresponding market capitalisation & share price, based on comparisons with recent takeover prices for KCOM (5% at £504m) and Daisy (7% at £1 billion [= 5% at £714m]): Market Share............Market Cap.......Share Price 0.1% or 5,000 SME's = £10m to £14.2m = 1.077p to 1.5p 0.2% or 10,000 SME’s = £20m to £28.4m = 2.154p to 3p 0.3% or 15,000 SME’s = £30m to £42.6m = 3.231p to 4.5p 0.4% or 20,000 SME’s = £40m to £56.8m = 4.308p to 6.0p 0.5% or 25,000 SME's = £50m to £71 = 5.35p to 7.5p 0.75% or 37,500 SME’s = £75m to £106m = 8.077p to 10.5p 1% or 50,000 SME's = £100m to £142m = 10.77p to 15p 2% or 100,000 SME's = £201m to £284m = 21.54p to 30p 3% or 150,000 SME’s = £302m to £426m = 32.31p to 45p 4% or 200,000 SME’s = £403m to £568m = 43.08p to 60p 5% or 250,000 SME’s = £504m to £710m = 53.85p to 75p 7% or 350,000 SME's = £705m to £1000m = 75.39p to 107p N.B. 5/10/2018, 13 min 12 sec: hTTps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EAfDWeJIiEc "we won't be a business that is lmited by customer growth because we've got to add head count into the business...as a business, we can probably grow exponentially, 20, 30, 40 times bigger than what we are today, without having to add any heads into the business, and that is a key asset in terms of Merlin...growth is exponential."
01/5/2019
15:29
hottingup: Market Comparisons TOOP's CEO stated (2018) he aims to get at least 5% of the UK SME market within 5 years (by 2023), modified (22/3/2019 Interview) to 5% within 3 to 5 years (2021 - 2023). If they get 5% within 3 years, then 7% within 5 years looks possible. - KCOM had 5% of the UK SME market and accepted an all cash takeover offer of £504m (33.8% premium to previous days closing price) on 24/4/2019, implying: -- TOOP share price on gaining 5% of the UK SME market = (504 / 2.62) x 0.28p = 53.86p -- TOOP share price on gaining 7% of the UK SME market = (7 / 5) x 53.86p = 75.4p -- TOOP market capitalisation rises £100.8m & share price rises 10.77p, for every 1% of the UK SME market it gains. - Daisy Group (2018) has 7% of the UK SME market and in H1 2018 (FT, June 2018) put itself up for sale at £1 billion before being bought by its founder. -- Parity with Daisy would give TOOP (getting 5%) a market capitalisation of 5/7 x £1 billion = £714.28m & share price 74.8p -- Parity with Daisy would give TOOP (getting 7%) a market capitalisation of £1 billion & share price 107.7p -- TOOP market capitalisation rises £142m & share price rises 15p, for every 1% of the UK SME market it gains. - Conclusion: TOOP share price target on 5% to 7% = 54p to 75p (& potentially 100p+) N.B. TOOP’s projected growth in market share (% or No of SME’s) with corresponding market capitalisation & share price, based on comparisons with recent takeover prices for KCOM (5% at £504m) and Daisy (7% at £1 billion [= 5% at £714m]): Market Share............Market Cap.......Share Price 0.1% or 5,000 SME's = £10m to £14.2m = 1.077p to 1.5p 0.2% or 10,000 SME’s = £20m to £28.4m = 2.154p to 3p 0.3% or 15,000 SME’s = £30m to £42.6m = 3.231p to 4.5p 0.4% or 20,000 SME’s = £40m to £56.8m = 4.308p to 6.0p 0.5% or 25,000 SME's = £50m to £71 = 5.35p to 7.5p 0.75% or 37,500 SME’s = £75m to £106m = 8.077p to 10.5p 1% or 50,000 SME's = £100m to £142m = 10.77p to 15p 2% or 100,000 SME's = £201m to £284m = 21.54p to 30p 3% or 150,000 SME’s = £302m to £426m = 32.31p to 45p 4% or 200,000 SME’s = £403m to £568m = 43.08p to 60p 5% or 250,000 SME’s = £504m to £710m = 53.85p to 75p 7% or 350,000 SME's = £705m to £1000m = 75.39p to 107p
30/4/2019
19:12
top tips: 26 Apr '19 - 10:12 - 3735 of 3807 Market Comparisons TOOP's CEO stated (2018) he aims to get at least 5% of the UK SME market within 5 years (by 2023), modified (22/3/2019 Interview) to 5% within 3 to 5 years (2021 - 2023). If they get 5% within 3 years, then 7% within 5 years looks possible. - KCOM had 5% of the UK SME market and accepted an all cash takeover offer of £504m (33.8% premium to previous days closing price) on 24/4/2019, implying: -- TOOP share price on gaining 5% of the UK SME market = (504 / 2.62) x 0.28p = 53.86p -- TOOP share price on gaining 7% of the UK SME market = (7 / 5) x 53.86p = 75.4p -- TOOP market capitalisation rises £100.8m & share price rises 10.77p, for every 1% of the UK SME market it gains. - Daisy Group (2018) has 7% of the UK SME market and in H1 2018 (FT, June 2018) put itself up for sale at £1 billion before being bought by its founder. -- Parity with Daisy would give TOOP (getting 5%) a market capitalisation of 5/7 x £1 billion = £714.28m & share price 74.8p -- Parity with Daisy would give TOOP (getting 7%) a market capitalisation of £1 billion & share price 107.7p -- TOOP market capitalisation rises £142m & share price rises 15p, for every 1% of the UK SME market it gains. - Conclusion: TOOP share price target on 5% to 7% = 54p to 75p (& potentially 100p+)
29/4/2019
13:27
hottingup: Market Comparisons TOOP's CEO stated (2018) he aims to get at least 5% of the UK SME market within 5 years (by 2023), modified (22/3/2019 Interview) to 5% within 3 to 5 years (2021 - 2023). If they get 5% within 3 years, then 7% within 5 years looks possible. - KCOM had 5% of the UK SME market and accepted an all cash takeover offer of £504m (33.8% premium to previous days closing price) on 24/4/2019, implying: -- TOOP share price on gaining 5% of the UK SME market = (504 / 2.62) x 0.28p = 53.86p -- TOOP share price on gaining 7% of the UK SME market = (7 / 5) x 53.86p = 75.4p -- TOOP market capitalisation rises £100.8m & share price rises 10.77p, for every 1% of the UK SME market it gains. - Daisy Group (2018) has 7% of the UK SME market and in H1 2018 (FT, June 2018) put itself up for sale at £1 billion before being bought by its founder. -- Parity with Daisy would give TOOP (getting 5%) a market capitalisation of 5/7 x £1 billion = £714.28m & share price 74.8p -- Parity with Daisy would give TOOP (getting 7%) a market capitalisation of £1 billion & share price 107.7p -- TOOP market capitalisation rises £142m & share price rises 15p, for every 1% of the UK SME market it gains. - Conclusion: TOOP share price target on 5% to 7% = 54p to 75p (& potentially 100p+)
26/4/2019
10:57
hottingup: Market Comparisons TOOP's CEO stated (2018) he aims to get at least 5% of the UK SME market within 5 years (by 2023), modified (22/3/2019 Interview) to 5% within 3 to 5 years (2021 - 2023). If they get 5% within 3 years, then 7% within 5 years looks possible. - KCOM had 5% of the UK SME market and accepted an all cash takeover offer of £504m (33.8% premium to previous days closing price) on 24/4/2019, implying: -- TOOP share price on gaining 5% of the UK SME market = (504 / 2.62) x 0.28p = 53.86p -- TOOP share price on gaining 7% of the UK SME market = (7 / 5) x 53.86p = 75.4p -- TOOP market capitalisation rises £100.8m & share price rises 10.77p, for every 1% of the UK SME market it gains. - Daisy Group (2018) has 7% of the UK SME market and in H1 2018 (FT, June 2018) put itself up for sale at £1 billion before being bought by its founder. -- Parity with Daisy would give TOOP (getting 5%) a market capitalisation of 5/7 x £1 billion = £714.28m & share price 74.8p -- Parity with Daisy would give TOOP (getting 7%) a market capitalisation of £1 billion & share price 107.7p -- TOOP market capitalisation rises £142m & share price rises 15p, for every 1% of the UK SME market it gains. - Conclusion: TOOP share price target on 5% to 7% = 54p to 75p (& potentially 100p+) N.B. Recalculation of TOOP's valuation using KCOM (and Daisy) as the comparitors but taking into account KCOM had £108m net debt when taken over for £504m, effectively meaning the company was valued at £504m + £108m = £612m, i.e. approx 20% more. If TOOP get 1%, the share price comparitor with KCOM thus rises from 10.77p to 12.92p: TOOP’s projected growth in market share (% or No of SME’s) with corresponding market capitalisation & share price, based on comparisons with recent takeover prices for KCOM (5% at £504m) and Daisy (7% at £1 billion [= 5% at £714m]): Market Share............Market Cap...............Share Price* 0.1% or 5,000 SME's = £10m to £14.2m = 1.077p to 1.5p or *1.29p to 1.5p 0.2% or 10,000 SME’s = £20m to £28.4m = 2.154p to 3p or *2.58p to 3p 0.3% or 15,000 SME’s = £30m to £42.6m = 3.231p to 4.5p or *3.87p to 4.5p 0.4% or 20,000 SME’s = £40m to £56.8m = 4.308p to 6.0p or *5.17p to 6.0p 0.5% or 25,000 SME's = £50m to £71 = 5.35p to 7.5p or *6.42p to 7.5p 0.75% or 37,500 SME’s = £75m to £106m = 8.077p to 10.5p or *9.69p to 10.5p 1% or 50,000 SME's = £100m to £142m = 10.77p to 15p or *12.92p to 15p 2% or 100,000 SME's = £201m to £284m = 21.54p to 30p or *25.85p to 30p 3% or 150,000 SME’s = £302m to £426m = 32.31p to 45p or *38.77p to 45p 4% or 200,000 SME’s = £403m to £568m = 43.08p to 60p or *51.69p to 60p 5% or 250,000 SME’s = £504m to £710m = 53.85p to 75p or *64.62p to 75p 7% or 350,000 SME's = £705m to £1000m = 75.39p to 107p or *90.46p to 107p *KCom also had £108m net debt, so if you add that to the takeover figure of £504m, KCOM's true takeover valuation was £612m , i.e. the buyer would have paid an extra £108m if there had been zero debt; thus we could increase the valuations for Toop based on KCom as the comparitor (above) by another 20%.
26/4/2019
10:57
hottingup: Market Comparisons TOOP's CEO stated (2018) he aims to get at least 5% of the UK SME market within 5 years (by 2023), modified (22/3/2019 Interview) to 5% within 3 to 5 years (2021 - 2023). If they get 5% within 3 years, then 7% within 5 years looks possible. - KCOM had 5% of the UK SME market and accepted an all cash takeover offer of £504m (33.8% premium to previous days closing price) on 24/4/2019, implying: -- TOOP share price on gaining 5% of the UK SME market = (504 / 2.62) x 0.28p = 53.86p -- TOOP share price on gaining 7% of the UK SME market = (7 / 5) x 53.86p = 75.4p -- TOOP market capitalisation rises £100.8m & share price rises 10.77p, for every 1% of the UK SME market it gains. - Daisy Group (2018) has 7% of the UK SME market and in H1 2018 (FT, June 2018) put itself up for sale at £1 billion before being bought by its founder. -- Parity with Daisy would give TOOP (getting 5%) a market capitalisation of 5/7 x £1 billion = £714.28m & share price 74.8p -- Parity with Daisy would give TOOP (getting 7%) a market capitalisation of £1 billion & share price 107.7p - Conclusion: TOOP share price target on 5% to 7% = 54p to 75p (& potentially 100p+)
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