IWG.BE - IWG PLC LS -,01

Berlin - Berlin Delayed price. Currency in EUR
2.9320
+0.1100 (+3.90%)
At close: 6:25PM CEST
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Previous close2.8220
Open2.8400
Bid2.8320 x 0
Ask3.0280 x 0
Day's range2.8200 - 2.9320
52-week range1.1355 - 5.5440
Volume3,800
Avg. volume61
Market capN/A
Beta (5Y monthly)N/A
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target estN/A
  • Will the Iwg share price run continue?
    Stockopedia

    Will the Iwg share price run continue?

    In this article we will quickly re-cap the broker forecasts for Iwg (LON:IWG). The Iwg share price has risen by 3.25% over the past month and it’s currently tr...

  • Adam Neumann Ousted From Billionaire Ranks on SoftBank Reversal
    Bloomberg

    Adam Neumann Ousted From Billionaire Ranks on SoftBank Reversal

    (Bloomberg) -- WeWork co-founder Adam Neumann has a new title: ex-billionaire.SoftBank Group Corp.’s decision to scrap an October agreement to buy $3 billion of WeWork stock means the former chief executive officer’s fortune has plummeted 97% to $450 million in less than a year -- wiping away $13.5 billion of his estimated net worth, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index.Because the deal collapsed, Neumann won’t be able to sell as much as $970 million of stock in the co-working company. The agreement had already drawn scrutiny even before the coronavirus pandemic routed markets and reshaped the global economy.While SoftBank’s decision leaves Neumann with a larger chunk of the firm he helped found a decade ago, those shares are likely worth less than SoftBank had offered for them. WeWork set a strike price of $4.12 for employee stock options in November, far lower than the $19.19 SoftBank was set to pay as part of the rescue.Asher Gold, a spokesman for Neumann, declined to comment.The coronavirus pandemic has brought major economies to a standstill, devastating co-working companies. WeWork’s locations stand practically empty as tenants stay home. Its bonds trade at less than 40 cents on the dollar and are yielding 36%. Shares of rival IWG Plc plunged 60% in the first quarter.Neumann, 40, already had billions erased from his fortune last year, at least on paper, as WeWork’s private market valuation collapsed. His net worth rose to $14 billion last year before dropping to $1.3 billion at the time of SoftBank’s bailout, according to Bloomberg’s wealth ranking.A special committee of WeWork’s board said in an emailed statement that it “will evaluate all of its legal options, including litigation,” against the Japanese conglomerate.The fortune of SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son is also under strain. Shares of SoftBank have dropped 21% this year, paring his net worth to about $12 billion, as investors fret about the company’s debt pile. About 40% of Son’s shares are pledged as collateral, according to regulatory filings.For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.

  • Iwg (LON:IWG): are you aware of these financial risks?
    Stockopedia

    Iwg (LON:IWG): are you aware of these financial risks?

    Legendary stock trader Paul Tudor Jones once said: “At the end of the day, the most important thing is how good are you at risk control.quot; Yet it is all to8230;

  • WeWork: Hello Softbank, Goodbye JPM and Neumann?
    Market Realist

    WeWork: Hello Softbank, Goodbye JPM and Neumann?

    A few hours ago, Reuters reported that WeWork’s board would meet today to discuss financing proposals from Softbank and JPMorgan Chase.

  • IWG's Dixon sees rival WeWork's troubles as an opportunity
    Reuters

    IWG's Dixon sees rival WeWork's troubles as an opportunity

    WeWork's decision to abandon its initial public offering and the resulting turmoil at the shared office space provider has created an opportunity for major competitor IWG , said IWG's founder and Chief Executive Mark Dixon. This contrasts with the large losses reported by WeWork in its filings for the IPO, which also triggered questions about whether its business model worked.

  • Sorry, WeWork Isn't at All Like IWG or Regus
    Motley Fool

    Sorry, WeWork Isn't at All Like IWG or Regus

    Let's stop pretending that the older co-working company is real competitor for the rapidly growing disruptor.

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