Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
ZPG LSE:ZPG London Ordinary Share GB00BMHTHT14 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -6.10p -1.72% 348.90p 349.80p 350.80p 354.40p 348.50p 354.40p 199,881 16:35:13
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate 197.7 46.2 8.9 39.2 1,531.25

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29/6/2017
16:03
29 Jun Liberum Capital 450.00 Buy
juan2many
29/6/2017
14:10
I'll let you know when I sell Snakehips. It should go up then :(
juan2many
29/6/2017
08:38
One of the quietest threads in the known universe! I had higher hopes for ZPG but switched out on 24th May at 381p. Not sure if it will ever clear 400p again but I will keep an eye on events. In the meantime there are better internet opportunites elsewhere.
snakehips
29/6/2017
07:36
Bit of news - "ZPG Plc (LSE:ZPG) ("ZPG") which owns and operates some of the UK's most trusted home-related digital platforms including Zoopla, uSwitch, PrimeLocation, Hometrack and Property Software Group welcomes the decision by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) to clear ZPG's acquisition of Websky Limited ("Expert Agent"). The property software sector in the UK is well-served by numerous players offering strong and effective competition. With this matter concluded we can now progress with our plans to integrate Expert Agent into the wider ZPG business and to deliver the related benefits for all our customers."
juan2many
09/3/2017
13:32
No one in these????
au24
07/2/2017
08:46
ZPG is the new ticker symbol for Zoopla, not Zero Preference whatever. Other broker sirtes have updated and it is time ADVFN got the message
suedoughty
14/8/2008
12:09
Glynne, Received likewise. The credit to my account on Tuesday of the 75p per Zero, sent a warm glow. A disappointing result for Growth shareholders, but the risk was always there. Just got to re-invest the money sensibly now. Quite fancy a few JDTZ, but would like to buy them below 70p. Over and out here, but sure to see you on some other thread. tiltonboy
tiltonboy
14/8/2008
11:36
I just got 1.318p for the zpg element of my units. GF.
glynnef
29/7/2008
14:48
Well, the portfolio has been all but liquidated, and hopefully the final £550K of Zeros can be sold at close to valuation. In any event it looks as if Growth shareholders are only going to get around 1p for their shares which is a disappointing result. I did mention some time back that the period in the run-up to liquidation was crucial, so the downturn in markets, and especially the holding in REO have resulted in a likely payout below my expectations. Still, as a holder of Units, my payout is likely to be around 4% below hopes. Given the fall in equity markets, I think that is still a decent result. With little left to say, I will bade goodbye to posters, and wish the Canaries a successful season, albeit minus 6 points to the Blues. tiltonboy
tiltonboy
03/7/2008
23:07
Glynne, I' don't think they have sold REOP. I spoke to REO's brokers today, and they said there is a lot of stock around. I haven't had a look at ECW for a long time. tiltonboy
tiltonboy
03/7/2008
16:37
Tilton, REOP keeps going down which cannot help our cause. US Sp Opps zeros will have been repaid. Do you think ZPG still holds REOP? I am hoping for some bounce in REOP after August. OT, Have you looked at ECWC and the windup offer in Apr09 ? G.
glynnef
02/7/2008
09:38
Given the rate of descent of REOP, it may be a struggle to even pay the full entitlement of the Zero's, let alone any payment to the Growth holders.
tiltonboy
17/6/2008
21:32
They are clearly liquidating the portfolio to a greater or lesser extent. perhaps they do not want to announce a fire sale ?? 3p would be OK. GF.
glynnef
16/6/2008
16:31
Disappointing drop in the NAV over the past couple of weeks. Debt has now been repaid, but I'm surprised no announcement has been made about the wind-up. 3p is definately looking optimistic for the growth shares now.
tiltonboy
09/5/2008
22:38
poacher, I thought the Canaries might have a decent season, in what looked a very ordinary division. We will deserve to go down, if we do, as we haven't performed when it matters, against the teams at the bottom. It's all well and good to have played the top four eight times and ended up with a goal difference of minus 4, but if you can't beat those around you, you are stuffed. As for ZPG, and in particular REOP, I warned some time back that prices might not move in time for wind-up. REOP look cheap, even given difficult market conditions, but will they move before August 9th...I wouldn't bet on it. tiltonboy
tiltonboy
09/5/2008
20:34
I am still here, but nothing to report. Holding ZPGZ and ZPGU, as well as REOP. Heard a report on the radio that Irish commercial property is not as healthy as it was, so perhaps that's the problem. No detail or backup for that though. I can't see REOP moving if everyone thinks ZPG are going to have to sell in August. GF.
glynnef
09/5/2008
17:07
tiltonboy I bet you are praying this weekend anyway best of luck and I hope you get a decent referee. The standards seem to have hit new lows this year not that it would have altered our position that much. With the bank rate dropping the asset value seems to be holding in zpg be it at a low level. The fly in the ointment seems to be real estate zeros which are not moving even though there cover is a lot better now. Have you got any thoughts on real estate zeros?
poacher45
09/5/2008
10:35
Looks like I'm last man standing, since there have been no posts for four months. Well, three months to go and it looks as if even 3p for the Growth shares will be an achievement. Just left to see if the managers can get a roll-over option again.
tiltonboy
11/2/2008
11:42
Less than 6 months to go now, and even 4p is looking a bit doubtful for the Growth shares.
tiltonboy
25/1/2008
12:37
Nasty knock to the portfolio this week. NAV of Ords now down to 4.83p.
tiltonboy
04/1/2008
18:27
poacher, He wants to come to you, but Miss Karren knows that QPR have got the bucks. There should be a benefit to Zero's pricing if interest rates come down, but will it impact ZPG before they start to liquidate the portfolio. Let's hope so. tiltonboy
tiltonboy
04/1/2008
18:22
I think you should let us have Tiny for £250000. I also think lower interest rates could be a big bonus for ZPG.
poacher45
04/1/2008
16:11
poacher, Nice to see Norwich out of the bottom 3. A couple more wins and suddenly you are mid table. ZPG have repaid another slug of debt, which was really as expected. Otherwise nothing much to say. tiltonboy
tiltonboy
18/12/2007
10:33
A nice rise in NAV this week, which was possibly the difference between the previous bid price valuation of New Star Zero's, and the redemption proceeds. Hopefully the company will have paid back a large proportion of it's borrowings, which have become expensive recently, as they are pitched at a margin above LIBOR. Only 8 months to go, but with no more natural redemptions, the managers will need all their skills to achieve decent prices for some of the remaining holdings, whilst hoping that the market holds up. Falling interest rates should help, but a large fall in equity markets will start to erode cover. tiltonboy
tiltonboy
21/11/2007
18:02
Big fall in the NAV for last week, and I would guess more to come when this week's announcement comes out.
tiltonboy
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