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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Tremor International Ltd LSE:TRMR London Ordinary Share IL0011320343 ORD NIS0.01 (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  1.00 0.78% 129.00 30,892 10:07:33
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
126.00 132.00 129.00 128.00 128.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 245.63 2.71 4.22 30.1 171
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:27:14 O 1,304 128.64 GBX

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10/8/2020
09:20
Tremor Daily Update: Tremor International Ltd is listed in the Media sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker TRMR. The last closing price for Tremor was 128p.
Tremor International Ltd has a 4 week average price of 117.50p and a 12 week average price of 117.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 222.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 82.50p.
There are currently 132,841,474 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 195,638 shares. The market capitalisation of Tremor International Ltd is £171,365,501.46.
09/8/2020
09:15
barkboo: Yes, the two year chart shows almost the same price today - but with a large spike in early 2019. The JK involvement has to bring a little honesty into the TRMR price.
06/8/2020
11:32
midasx: Hi Ragos, Yes I was being facetious, programmatic has been the goose to lay the golden egg for as many years as I can remember, however Rthm/Trmr's goose would appear to be egg bound as yet! It appears unlikely that things can be as bad as it might appear gauging by the TRMR share price and that is why I am still here after 12 years, still hoping!
31/7/2020
13:53
barkboo: A much higher share price and return for shareholders.
31/7/2020
13:48
schroedar: Barky Will we indeed. Whatever you think we all have one ultimate objective. A much higher share price and return for shareholders. What’s your game?
14/7/2020
09:59
dagsteeth: Barky I wish you wouldn't see conspiracy theories everywhere. The truth is much more simple. Namely, Blinkx made excess profits through dubious actvities and raised a big cash pile at the top of the market. Once found out they had to rebuild their business and a raft of low quality CEO's came and went feathering their nests and making one failed acquisition after another to try and find the right magic potion. In the other corner, Taptica were in the right place at the right time for their performance division, equally raising money at the top of their market, which unfortunately had a limited shelf life. As a result when the 2 drunks stumbled together they convinced themselves that a combined CTV offering is their shot at redemption and that Ofer would be wildly rewarded for pulling it off. I don't think for one moment that Schroders and Tosca deliberately got themselves into this posiiton but having dug a hole in which they are stuck, they are giving total backing to management to pull out their rabbit from the hat with the prize being the sale of the business and how they achieve their goal of an exit and get their return. They are backing Ofer because he is doing what he told them and by all accounts works 24/7. They know that investor information or interest is non existant but they don't care nor encourage it nor would they have wanted the truth to have come out through all the mergers and lightweight/misleading statements - retail investors should have run for the hills 3 years ago (Seek's dossier) - but now we are in the same boat as Schroders and Tosca because all they want is confidence to remain and the business to be made fit for purpose with the share price taking care of itself when it is. By my calculations, if you exclude the largest shareholders, a couple of large individuals, a couple of insitutions just below 3%, management, genuine free float is less than 20% of which a decent chunk keeps getting recycled hence there is no liquidity and just nonsense price action. If and when the company demonstrates organic like for like growth; a macro improvement; or wins the Uber case, the price will re-rate rapidly. And in the meantime, there's not much else to do but hunker down and get behind the management since if they have the fulsome backing of the big boys, there isn't much more to do than that, however irksome that it means investing blind. It really is no more complicated than that. There is no manipulation or weird agenda. PS interesting that Gdog on LSE commented on his pre trade in yesterday's auction. Retail investors like him with DMA access compound the problem and are just gamblers with slightly better tools. The 150p Friday DMA auction trade could easily have been a screw up by a mug pressing the wrong button. If you are rational, no-one here has any incentive other than to see the share price boom. Our gang remain seething however at the lack of transparency and engagement.
08/7/2020
09:47
alloo313: It looks like that the management is working very hard to keep TRMR Share Price low. Since the company doesn’t reply to the small private investors queries, the large institutional share holders must be comfortable with the company performance?
05/5/2020
11:00
midasx: So yesterday there was a block admission of 2,530,477 new shares, presumably to pay for the Directors free shares! The 7 am RNS there were 133,118,095 ordinary shares The 11:14 RNS there were 135,648,572 ordinary shares Meanwhile finnCapp managed to pay 141.6 pence for 38,108 shares when everyone else yesterday was paying around 133 pence! Incompetence comes to mind! Shareholder capital is being used to buy back the free shares for the Directors. Meanwhile the share price continues to languish with a managed 5p + spread ! Tremor International Ltd (AIM: TRMR), a global leader in advertising technologies, announces that on 4 May 2020 it bought-back 38,108 ordinary shares of NIS0.01 each in the capital of the Company ("Ordinary Shares") in the market at a price of 141.6 pence per Ordinary Share. 04/05/2020 7:00am UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Tremor (LSE:TRMR) Intraday Stock Chart Tuesday 5 May 2020 Click Here for more Tremor Charts. TIDMTRMR RNS Number : 7857L Tremor International Ltd 04 May 2020 4 May 2020 Tremor International Ltd ("Tremor" or the "Company") Share buyback-transaction in own shares Tremor International Ltd (AIM: TRMR), a global leader in advertising technologies, announces that on 1 May 2020 it bought-back 32,600 ordinary shares of NIS0.01 each in the capital of the Company ("Ordinary Shares") in the market at a price of 142.7 pence per Ordinary Share. The Ordinary Shares acquired pursuant to the Buyback Programme will be reclassified as dormant shares under the Israeli Companies Law (without any rights attached thereon) and will be held in treasury. Total Voting Rights For the purposes of the Financial Conduct Authority's Disclosure and Transparency Rules, Tremor notifies the market that as at the date of this announcement, the Company's issued share capital consists of 133,118,095 ordinary shares with a nominal value of NIS0.01 each ("Ordinary Shares"), along with 23,342,648 shares reclassified as dormant shares under the Israeli Companies Law (without any rights attached thereon), the Company holds these dormant shares in Treasury. Therefore, the total number of shares with voting rights is 133,118,095. 04/05/2020 11:14am UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Tremor (LSE:TRMR) Intraday Stock Chart Tuesday 5 May 2020 Click Here for more Tremor Charts. TIDMTRMR RNS Number : 8246L Tremor International Ltd 04 May 2020 4 May 2020 Tremor International Ltd ("Tremor" or the "Group") Total Voting Rights Tremor International Ltd (AIM: TRMR), a global leader in video advertising technologies, announces for the purposes of the Financial Conduct Authority's Disclosure and Transparency Rules, pursuant to its block admission requirements, Tremor notifies the market that as at the date of this announcement, the Company's issued share capital consists of 135,648,572 ordinary shares with a nominal value of NIS0.01 each ("Ordinary Shares"), along with 23,342,648 shares reclassified as dormant shares under the Israeli Companies Law (without any rights attached thereon), the Company holds these dormant shares in Treasury. Therefore, the total number of shares with voting rights is 135,648,572.
08/4/2020
13:17
dagsteeth: Barky, You're being Sikh like in selective quotes to support your book. I agree the business is in decent shape and was set fair for a good year of delivery. However Covid19 will have an impact, hence my reduced expectations. Should bounce back to 90m plus for 2022. So it just delays the day when fair value will appear and probably reduce cash generation by $20m this year, so if the market was rational, there should have been no more than a 10% impact on fair value based on pre Covid share price. Also, while this is all priced in, when the company provides its adjusted guidance for 2020,there will be some share price volatility
23/8/2019
09:27
the abbot: What Is Tremor International’s (LON:TRMR) P/E Ratio After Its Share Price Rocketed? Simply Wall St August 21, 2019 Tremor International (LON:TRMR) shareholders are no doubt pleased to see that the share price has had a great month, posting a 35% gain, recovering from prior weakness. But shareholders may not all be feeling jubilant, since the share price is still down 45% in the last year. All else being equal, a sharp share price increase should make a stock less attractive to potential investors. While the market sentiment towards a stock is very changeable, in the long run, the share price will tend to move in the same direction as earnings per share. So some would prefer to hold off buying when there is a lot of optimism towards a stock. One way to gauge market expectations of a stock is to look at its Price to Earnings Ratio (PE Ratio). A high P/E ratio means that investors have a high expectation about future growth, while a low P/E ratio means they have low expectations about future growth. How Does Tremor International’s P/E Ratio Compare To Its Peers? Tremor International’s P/E of 6.41 indicates relatively low sentiment towards the stock. If you look at the image below, you can see Tremor International has a lower P/E than the average (21.2) in the media industry classification. AIM:TRMR Price Estimation Relative to Market, August 21st 2019 Its relatively low P/E ratio indicates that Tremor International shareholders think it will struggle to do as well as other companies in its industry classification. How Growth Rates Impact P/E Ratios Probably the most important factor in determining what P/E a company trades on is the earnings growth. When earnings grow, the ‘E’ increases, over time. That means even if the current P/E is high, it will reduce over time if the share price stays flat. And as that P/E ratio drops, the company will look cheap, unless its share price increases. Notably, Tremor International grew EPS by a whopping 46% in the last year. And it has bolstered its earnings per share by 18% per year over the last five years. I’d therefore be a little surprised if its P/E ratio was not relatively high. A Limitation: P/E Ratios Ignore Debt and Cash In The Bank Don’t forget that the P/E ratio considers market capitalization. In other words, it does not consider any debt or cash that the company may have on the balance sheet. In theory, a company can lower its future P/E ratio by using cash or debt to invest in growth. Such expenditure might be good or bad, in the long term, but the point here is that the balance sheet is not reflected by this ratio. How Does Tremor International’s Debt Impact Its P/E Ratio? With net cash of US$54m, Tremor International has a very strong balance sheet, which may be important for its business. Having said that, at 21% of its market capitalization the cash hoard would contribute towards a higher P/E ratio. The Bottom Line On Tremor International’s P/E Ratio Tremor International trades on a P/E ratio of 6.4, which is below the GB market average of 15.9. Not only should the net cash position reduce risk, but the recent growth has been impressive. One might conclude that the market is a bit pessimistic, given the low P/E ratio. What is very clear is that the market has become significantly less pessimistic about Tremor International over the last month, with the P/E ratio rising from 4.8 back then to 6.4 today. If you like to buy stocks that could be turnaround opportunities, then this one might be a candidate; but if you’re more sensitive to price, then you may feel the opportunity has passed. Investors should be looking to buy stocks that the market is wrong about. If the reality for a company is not as bad as the P/E ratio indicates, then the share price should increase as the market realizes this. hTTps://simplywall.st/stocks/gb/media/aim-trmr/tremor-international-shares/news/what-is-tremor-internationals-lontrmr-p-e-ratio-after-its-share-price-rocketed/ hTTps://simplywall.st/stocks/gb/media/aim-trmr/tremor-international-shares?utm_medium=finance_user&utm_source=post&utm_campaign=CTA_ticker&blueprint=774201
31/7/2019
12:11
the abbot: Maybe ever thought about the fact that a dropping share price, doesn't need shorts alone to drop, but considering there is really only 2 main discussion boards in the UK to discuss and see what investors are thinking, and advfn is by a mile the largest, combine then with that one of the largest organised bashing gangs around, designed only to create fear in the private investor, with one aim, that being solely to get those investors to sell, add to this the missing of targets by rthm and their poor management and voila, you have made the selling market. Selling of shares alone is the reason for the drop. Now conversely to the above, see a takeover of the said company, a better more astute management, a massively undervalued share price, positive sentiment in the market, potential industry recognised award nominations and a huge disparity against its peers. Add to this the uncovering and transparency of a bashing gang that combined have posted over 40,000 posts with no apparent agenda, and certainly no shareholding and you have a perfect storm to counter the organised bashers and create a realisation that the share price is Indeed far too low. Thus the share price will now rise. In the end the price will catch up with value, the Arabs know this and now the market does to.
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