Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Xlmedia Plc LSE:XLM London Ordinary Share JE00BH6XDL31 ORD USD0.000001
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.50 -1.14% 43.50 427,996 16:18:39
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
43.00 44.00 44.50 43.50 44.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 60.09 -43.53 -22.62 81
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:25:38 O 9,952 43.70 GBX

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Xlmedia Daily Update: Xlmedia Plc is listed in the Media sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker XLM. The last closing price for Xlmedia was 44p.
Xlmedia Plc has a 4 week average price of 32.50p and a 12 week average price of 27.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 47.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 14.50p.
There are currently 187,128,659 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,124,460 shares. The market capitalisation of Xlmedia Plc is £81,400,966.67.
sphere25: Rogue uncross on small volume in auction there John. I'm sure seasoned folk like yourself have seen it happen all the time on the Setsqx shares - distorts the price alot. Based on recent moves, that penny gain is actually a mahooosive win for XlM too! No problem Robow. It's easy to look like a silly sausage when you microanalyse, and the more specific we go, the more perilous it can become. Market is so fluent and dynamic that there are clearly numerous factors at play. Some of the things we say can come across as being rather simplistic. So here goes, suffice to say I just want to see if there is a Rocketship type move here on the back of Axxion clearing as per all the other overhang type plays highlighted. It's always more intricate with XLM because.... well... it is XLM.... but I'd say Axxion have at most 8.1m minus both sides of the 500k buys reported so 7.6m. Not alot more needs to be said now from a purely technical playbook here. Just watch for the big blocks being exchanged to clear out that amount and then we'll find out the real extent of their influence. All imo DYOR
sphere25: Ok so Axxion have had all day to come in here and sell the price down, but unlike almost every other day recently, the price has been moving higher all day and is actually set to close at the intraday highs (with the price currently up nearly 7% at 39.5p, EDIT: rogue auction with small order uncross results in a close of 38p) and actually make a first bullish technical move in a while. It does therefore look like they have pulled the offer on the remaining shares and it would appear that they have been a big sole drag on the price. It remains to be seen if they have downsized to an amount they are content with or can see the strong demand for shares in the mid 30's and will let the market bid the share price up to a level where they are happy to sell the remainder. Either way their influence is waning so some cause for optimism on the price here. All imo DYOR
sphere25: Taken a few here. Shares on offer in XLM dried up quickly yesterday at 36p and there have been no shares available to buy at 37p for much of this morning, though there are some now. It remains to be seen if that is a first sign of the shares available around these price levels drying up to allow a significant technical move higher soon. Haven't seen any delayed prints yet and trying to work out the exact mechanics of a large seller isn't always straightforward. I don't know if Axxion have sold enough at these levels or accepted that there is sufficient demand to allow them to realise a higher price for any of the remaining shares they want to sell. Everyone can see the recent buys coming in here with prices being paid well through the offer at times so they could pull the offer to get more. That's exactly what Premier Miton did at RBGP recently, having been a big drag on the price and selling alot in the mid 50's. Having missed the move in RBGP (after highlighting them - Ouch! BlunderVille!) thinking Premier Miton would continue selling down in the mid 50's, just a tad wary of making the wrong assumption on the price of the remainder of the shares to be sold here. Rather sit on some and it fart about here than miss a move higher so there we go, psychological buys at play. All imo DYOR
tvh123: House broker view (so adjust for some level of optimism bias): If XLMedia was conservatively cash flow neutral in H2 post rationalisation costs then net cash on the group's balance sheet could be around $16m post December's acquisition. This equates to c6p per share, or 17% of the current share price. The Group was solidly profitable in 2020 in its worst year as a public company. Trading on 6.9x EV/adj EBITDA last year, the stock is on track to recover.
sophia1982: Not a brilliant update for sure. HOWEVER: MC (fully diluted) is now 64m, which is $88m. Taking out at least 8m of net cash (should be more, but let us be conservative) will take you to an enterprise value of 80m. Trades at 7 times 2020 Ebitda. Assuming a very modest recovery in 2021 (let's say from 11.5 to 13) + at least 2m from the US acquisition = 15m 2021 Ebitda. Trades at 5X 2021 estimated Ebitda. It looks very cheap to me. As online gaming and gambling is one of the hot spots of the international economy, it would take a huge effort to... fail here. I believe the reason for share price weakness is mainly due to Shareholder Value Management/Axxion reducing their stake.
97peter: Nothing on SCSW or any other site like Stockopedia or ADVFN paid sites on XLM. Though this is a 70p share all day and as more states and NY are on-boarded to sites like XLM and GAN, then GAN and XLM are my picks to treble this year! Plus STAF to get to 120p by the end of January 2021.!!!!!!!!
oneillshaun: My thoughts on the recent acquisition of CBWG: In my mind this is the most significant acquisition XL Media will ever make for the following reasons: The owners are staying on to drive the US business this is huge and the US sports/gambling knowledge that these guys bring is massive compared to what XL had prior. The owners have been in the industry for years they offer local contacts that XL Media will never have, as well as that they have really understand the US market in terms of SEO and content which means they can create much better content rich sites, again XL would have achieved this but it would have taken longer and they have no real US experience. They will also know of quality sites/partners that would be for sale/JV and with this knowledge they can now create again an acquisitions funnel of quality assets that can deliver. I fully expect them to make more smaller US acquisitions in the future guided by these guys, XL came to the US party very late but this deal should be the game changer. Now that Stuart has changed the organisation structure these guys will be used to drive the business but in the old days they would have been side lined and the site would have been milked and broken within 12 months. I am pretty sure the reason for the drop in share price is firstly most people do not really understand the potential magnitude of this deal and secondly XL has previously only ever delivered shocking results and updates and no doubt the market is fearing the same is about to happen, if you think about in the last 2 years the only positive news is that Stuart managed to make some cost savings. Since this news was released I have purchased just short of 125,000 shares and I will look to add more after the update.
sophia1982: I don't see any hidden reason why the share price is up. This business was making 33 million of Ebitda just last year, before the Google issue. They have net cash on the balance sheet. They have changed most of the management team. There are motivated insiders. If you think that with current actions they can make just 50% of last year, with a modest multiple their share price should be around 75p. Obviously the question is: can they turn the business around and resolve the Google issues? Can they wisely employ their cash? Even if you believe this is not sure and deserves a low probability, the share price should still be quite a bit higher than it is today. I have often criticized the management team in the past in public and in private, but I think the odds are in favour of the holders here.
tvh123: Right on cue with the "lower operating cost model" - and as one would have expected, overall costs expected to rise this year given the expansion Transformation Update XLMedia (AIM: XLM), a leading provider of digital performance marketing services, provides the following update regarding the Company's ongoing transformation programme and announces appointments to the Group's executive management. As outlined in XLMedia's full year results published on 22 April 2020, the Company is focusing on the following near-term investment priorities, which are to: · Enhance the Group's operating model to support and foster growth; · Harness data and programmatic learning to create compelling consumer experiences; · Expand its US sports and personal finance footprint through investment in infrastructure and resource alongside select acquisitions; and · Utilise XLMedia's expertise and experience to grow existing business verticals into new markets. In support of executing the Group's new strategy based around Quality over Quantity, management have now concluded a review of its core functions and associated headcount. As a result, management have identified a number of functions and roles which could be streamlined as the business seeks to leverage both automation and outsourcing, whilst also gravitating towards increased editorial. It is anticipated that these measures will deliver in excess of $5m of annualised savings for the Group in the current financial year, with the 2020 savings largely being offset by investment as listed above. As part of the Company's transformation programme, Sarah Clark, who joined XLMedia in February 2020 as Chief Transformation Officer, has been appointed full-time Chief Operational Officer, focusing on building the strategy function (specifically portfolio management), evolving the shared services model whilst continuing to drive operational efficiencies across the business. In addition, Xen Lategan has been appointed as an interim technology consultant. Xen is an experienced technology executive, specialising in digital media, publishing and eCommerce having previously held positions at Microsoft and Google. More recently Xen was CTO for News International where he led the roll-out of its new digital teams, platforms and consumer channels. His primary focus has been to support the re-platforming of the de-ranked sites and oversee the re-organisation of the technology group. Stuart Simms, Chief Executive Officer of XLMedia, commented: "I joined XLMedia with the clear intention to orientate the Company towards a balanced portfolio of premium branded sites, in verticals and markets that deliver sustainable revenue growth. To support this transformation, we have been working diligently to augment our leadership team and operating structure, as well as to right-size the resources required for our business to operate most efficiently." "Our transformation plan continues to gather momentum, and I am pleased to share our progress with all our major stakeholders, alongside welcoming new talent to the business."
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