Peoples Operator (The)

TPOP: 0.09 0.00 (0.00%)

Delayed:2018-02-16 16:57:10
Bid Price 0.09 High Price 0.10
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Open Price 0.10 Spread 5.41%
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Peoples Operator (The) Share Price Information

Name Peoples Operator (The) Epic TPOP
Sector Mobile Telecommunications ISIN GB00BSJWQH14
Activites The People's Operator plc is a commercial mobile virtual network operator based in the United Kingdom (which is also its main country of operation) that currently offers pay monthly/post-pay or pay-as-you-go/prepaid mobile contracts to its customers. Subscribers are enabled to direct 10 per cent. of their monthly bill to a cause of their choosing at no cost to themselves, and The TPO Foundation, an independent charitable foundation, will receive 25 per cent of TPO's UK trading profits. A similar structure is proposed to be adopted in other countries as TPO expands globally, commencing in Spring 2015 by launching in the United States (subject to TPO having received the relevant US regulatory licenses). TPO believes that its subscriber acquisition model, through viral networking and online communities, means that subscribers can be acquired at a lower cost per user than the market norm and retained for longer than the market average through a strong attachment to their chosen causes, whilst achieving a market average revenue per subscriber. Operationally, as an MVNO, the Group intends to maintain a comparatively low central cost base relative to traditional mobile network operators along with a low incremental cost as its activities and customer base grows. Security Type Equity

Key numbers

Latest Share Price (p) 0.09 Net Gearing (%) -0.69
Market Cap (£m) 3.68 Gross Gearing (%) 81.25
Shares in issue (m) 3,341.80 Debt Ratio 0.00
P/E Ratio -0.01 Debt-to-Equity Ratio 0.00
Divs per share (p) 0.00 Assets / Equity Ratio 5.33
Dividend Yield (%) 0.00 Price to book value 5.94
Dividend Cover 0.00 SROCE (%) -1360.32
Earning per share (p) -9.00 EPS Growth (%) 18.18
52-week high / low (p) 10.38 / 0.09 DPS Growth (%)

Peoples Operator (The) Broker Views

Date Broker Rec. Price Old target price New target price Notes
09 Nov finnCap Corporate 0.09 Reiterates
20 Sep finnCap Corporate 0.09 Reiterates
19 Jul finnCap Corporate 0.09 20.00 Reiterates
22 Jun finnCap Corporate 0.09 30.00 20.00 Reiterates
27 Mar finnCap Corporate 0.09 50.00 50.00 Reiterates

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Peoples Operator (The) Company News

The People's Operator gets funding from directors

The People's Operator said chairman Michael Butler and non-executive director Juliet Rosenfeld have advanced £100,000 and £150,000, respectively, to the company to enable it to meet its immediate working capital needs.


At 9:39am: (LON:TPOP) Peoples Operator Plc The share price was -0.03p at 0.25p



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The People's Operator proposes £3.2m fundraising

The People's Operator, a commercial mobile virtual network operator, has proposed a fundraising to raise gross proceeds of up to £3.2 million.

Of the proposed fundraising, the company has currently conditionally procured subscribers for 2,788,000,000 new ordinary shares to raise gross proceeds of approximately £2.788 million, with an associated conditional issue of 1,394,000,000 warrants over ordinary shares.

The company will use the net proceeds of the subscription to settle outstanding liabilities totalling approximately £500,000 and to implement, in tandem with its media partner 360i, a new marketing strategy.

It said if the subscription does not proceed then the board would have to urgently seek alternative funding.

The company announced on 20 September 2017 that it was seeking to raise new funds.

Trading is in line with expectations and the company is on target for overall revenue growth during H2 2017 to show an increase of 19% over H1 2017.


At 8:09am: (LON:TPOP) Peoples Operator Plc The share price was -0.38p at 0.15p



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People's Operator shareholders pass all resolutions at AGM

The People's Operator has confirmed that all resolutions were passed by shareholders at today's Annual General Meeting.




At 1:25pm: (LON:TPOP) Peoples Operator Plc The share price was 0p at 2.75p



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Broker Forecast - finnCap issues a broker note on Peoples Operator Plc (The)

finnCap today reaffirms its corporate investment rating on Peoples Operator Plc (The) (LON:TPOP) and cut its price target to 20p (from 30p).

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FTSE down on resources as copper, oil prices fade

The FTSE was retreating in early deals thanks to the ballast provided by ex-dividend United Utilities and falls among general miners and oilies as the prices of industrial-metal copper and oil tapered.

Not long after the open, the FTSE 100 was down 26.71 points, or 0.36%, to 7421.08p, and the FTSE 250 was down 41.32, or 0.21%, to 19,641.3. Sterling was mildly down on the dollar, and up a jot on the euro.

European indices were lower as the Brexit saga rattled on.

Gold and silver prices were firming modestly, but copper was retreating. Crude-oil prices were down a little, too.

United Utilities (UU.) fell 2.91% to 910.75p. Then came multi-commodity miners Antofagasta (ANTO), down 1.96% to 750.5p, and Anglo American (AAL), down 1.51% to 961p. More followed.

Oil majors Shell (RDSA), down 1.43% to 2035p, and BP (BP.), down 0.78% to 453.15p, were softer, too. Insurers, commercial property and several banks were notably lower as well.

To the upside, gold specialists Randgold (RRS), up 0.93% to 7060p, and Fresnillo (FRES), up 0.61% to 1557.5p, did well. Pharmas and house builders were also doing well.

Barratt Developments (BDEV), up 0.4% to 568.25p, has appointed Jessica White as an executive director and chief financial officer, with immediate effect.

Also in the news, Diageo (DGE), down 0.89% to 2353.25p, has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Casamigos, the fastest growing super-premium tequila brand in the US.

Reckitt Benckiser (RB.), down 0.33% to 7852p, has priced its offering of $7.75bn aggregate principal amount of senior notes in four tranches. Net proceeds would be used to refinance certain debt facilities incurred to finance the Mead Johnson acquisition.

Stocks going ex-div today included Big Yellow (BYG), Helical Bar9 HLCL), JD Sports (JD.) and Sprue Aegis (SPRP), among others.

BIGGER MOVERS

Electrical Geodesics (EGI) rose 30.97% to 101.5p as it recommended a cash offer by Philips Holding USA Inc. Philips would acquire all of the outstanding shares of EGI for a total of £29.0m.

Ironveld (IRON), down 32% to 2.13p, has raised £2.1m gross through a firm and conditional placing of 105m new shares at 2.0p each. The company said the proceeds would be used for working capital.

The People's Operator (TPOP), down 38.3% to 3.63p, has narrowed its FY pretax loss to £8.6m, from a loss of £10.4m, amid challenging market conditions. Revenue had improved to £3.4m, from £2.1m.

LONDON HIGHLIGHTS

Ortac Resources Ltd (OTC) subsidiary Ortac s.r.o., the developer of the Sturec Gold Project in Slovakia, has received the final decision from the Main Mining Bureau, that confirms the underground mining permit will be re-issued. Ortac rose 18.52% to 4p.

Imagination Technologies (IMG), up 17.72% to 145.38p, has put itself up for sale having received interest from a number of parties for a potential acquisition of the whole group in the past few weeks.

EVR (EVRH) subsidiary MelodyVR has entered into a global partnership and Windows mixed reality app collaboration agreement with Microsoft. EVR's shares rose 17.39% to 10.13p.

Electronic Data Processing (EDP), up 5.19% to 71p, said its adjusted operating profit rose 8.3% to £260,000 in the six months to the end of March. Turnover rose to £2.54m from £2.51m.

Frontier Developments (FDEV), up 8.95% to 456.5p, expected its FY revenues to be 75% up on last time and operating profits to be up by 500%.

Saga Plc (SAGA), down 0.23% to 199.25p, said its core insurance and travel businesses have continued their good start to the year with the backdrop of a changing political and economic environment.

James Latham (LTHM), up 2.93% to 877.5p, said its revenues rose to £198.8m in the year to the end of March, up 6.9% up on last year's £185.9m. Operating profit was £14.2m, up £1.0m from £13.2m. Pretax profit was £13.8m, up £0.9m from £12.9m last year.

Other stocks in the news included Ultra Electronics (ULE), Polymetal International (POLY), NU-Oil & Gas (NUOG), Trans-Siberian Gold (TSG), Universe Group (UNG), TP Group (TPG), Go-Ahead Group (GOG), Directa Plus (DCTA), Velocys (VLS), Inmarsat (ISAT). Story provided by StockMarketWire.com