|Bid price||43.50||Open price||45.50|
|Ask price||44.50||Prev close||44.00|
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|Name||Learning Technologies Group||Epic||LTG|
|Activites||Learning Technologies Group plc (formerly In-Deed Online plc) has been created by a highly experienced team of successful corporate leaders and learning technologies professionals to provide a comprehensive and integrated range of e-learning services and technologies to corporate and government clients. LTG is well placed to establish a substantial global organisation of specialist digital learning businesses from Europe, US, Latin America and Asia to form a market-leading learning technologies agency.||Index||n/a|
|Latest Share Price (p)||44.00||Net Gearing (%)||7.10|
|Market Capitalisation (£m)||191.56||Gross Gearing (%)||27.80|
|Shares in issue (m)||421.01||Debt Ratio||12.57|
|P/E Ratio||119.11||Debt-to-Equity Ratio||0.37|
|Total dividends per share (p)||0.15||Assets / Equity Ratio||1.39|
|Dividend Yield (%)||0.00||Price to book value||7.52|
|Dividend cover (x)||0.00||ROCE (%)||5.32|
|Earning per share (p)||0.38||EPS Growth (%)||860.00|
|52 week high / low||45.50 / 27.00||DPS Growth (%)||50.00|
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Numis today reaffirms its buy investment rating on Learning Technologies Group (LON:LTG) and raised its price target to 46p (from 42p). Story provided by StockMarketWire.com
Learning Technologies Group says profit for the year ended 31 December was ahead of market expectations, with EBITDA margins firmly ahead of the group's strategic ambition of 20%. The group says it has increased its recurring revenues to c27% in 2016 from c10% in 2015. Over the same period,...
London stocks opened southbound ahead of a speech later today by UK PM Theresa May on Brexit, with defensive metals gold and silver rising as sterling weakens. Soon after the open, FTSE 100 was down 27.07 points, or 0.37%, to 7300.06, while FTSE 250 was down 61.2, or 0.33%, to 18,246.5p....
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Formed when In-Deed online acquired privately owned Epic last November. Epic part owned by Andrew Brode, chairman of RWS Holdings, which has superb record and he became chairman of LTG, encouragingly taking shares for most of the sale consideration of Epic. Stated intention is to grow the online...
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