|Bid||283.50 x 0|
|Ask||288.50 x 0|
|Day's range||281.00 - 287.50|
|52-week range||210.50 - 317.00|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||0.96|
|PE ratio (TTM)||35.06|
|Earnings date||03 May 2019|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.12 (4.23%)|
|Ex-dividend date||12 Dec 2019|
|1y target est||34.00|
The company, listed on London's junior market and with offices in New York, earns from bourse transactions and advising companies on deals. "Market conditions and the upcoming general election will likely impact the pipeline of deals in the short-term, but we remain well-positioned to progress our strategy," the company said. Numis has benefited from many investment banking deals, including capital market transactions for Just Group and Randall & Quilter and the merger of Primary Health Properties and MedicX.
Stockbroker and corporate adviser Numis Corporation said on Wednesday that tough market conditions in the UK and the upcoming general election would potentially hit deal-making in the short term while posting an 18% drop in annual revenue. Revenue fell to 111.6 million pounds ($143.18 million) for the 12 months ended Sept. 30, compared to 136 million pounds a year ago, as Numis' investment banking unit suffered from lower deal volumes and its equities division was hit by volatility. "Market conditions and the upcoming general election will likely impact the pipeline of deals in the short-term but we remain well positioned to progress our strategy," the company said.
Lazard has poached two executives from British stockbroker Numis Corporation Plc to lead a new team that will focus on European private firms seeking growth equity and venture capital. The U.S.-based investment bank said on Friday that Garri Jones and Nick James would join as managing directors in its London hub in January to lead the 10-strong team known as Lazard Venture and Growth Banking. Jones and James, who ran Numis's venture practice, will be in charge of the new unit comprising entrepreneurs, bankers, data scientists and engineers.
Stockbroker and corporate advisor Numis Corporation said on Friday that it expected its full year revenues and profits to keep sliding as political uncertainty and tough market conditions persist. Numis, which is listed on AIM and has offices in New York, said its investment banking revenues had suffered from lower deal volumes, particularly at the larger end of the transaction size range. "2019 was a challenging year," said the company's co-chief executive officers Alex Ham and Ross Mitchinson, pointing to depressed activity levels across both the investment banking and equities divisions.
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A well-known name in the City of London and listed on the junior AIM exchange, Numis pointed to the uncertainty over Britain's chaotic efforts to leave the European Union as a continuing issue for its business. "Equities revenues are lower than the comparative period reflecting depressed activity levels and the prevailing investor sentiment towards the UK," the company said.
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Brexit uncertainty paralysed deal-making at stockbroker Numis last quarter after political in-fighting in Westminster put off companies from raising money. The broker, considered a bellwether for Britain’s mid-cap stocks due to its large market share, did 25% fewer transaction between October and January in a hiatus in deal-making. Money made from buying and selling shares for clients was also down by a quarter.