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06/10/2016 16:42:15 London Stock Exchange Second Price Monitoring Extn
06/10/2016 16:36:04 London Stock Exchange Price Monitoring Extension
03/10/2016 09:56:51 London Stock Exchange Euromoney - Total Voting Rights
30/09/2016 16:51:23 London Stock Exchange Euromoney - Director/PDMR Shareholding
30/09/2016 07:00:06 London Stock Exchange Euromoney - Director/PDMR Shareholding
29/09/2016 07:00:09 London Stock Exchange Euromoney: Trading Update
02/09/2016 16:36:25 London Stock Exchange Price Monitoring Extension
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N+1 Singer - Euromoney Institutional Investor - Full year trading update soft – edging down FY17

  • 29 Sep 16

Full year trading looks to have been on the soft side and short of our expectations despite the US$ tailwind. Within the mix subscriptions has ticked up to +2%, which is encouraging (and is expected to be sustainable). However conditions have meant no substantial improvement in advertising (-8%) and the group also curtailed events activity in response to the weak conditions with combined sponsorship and delegate revenues down 13%. The latter will flow through to FY17 and slightly more than offset the positive subscription revenue picture. We flag the Company has provided a new segmental reporting breakdown. The shares have been very volatile (850 to 1200p trading range since BREXIT) even with the boost from US$ against potential weakness in finance sector. More large fines and the situation with Deutsche bank are likely to put further pressure on activity levels in finance. The positives are that subscriptions appear stable and US$ strength appears to be holding. At this stage we expect to reduce our FY17 PBT by c2-3% to c£102-£103m (on reduced revenues of c£410-£12m) after we update for a small acquisition in Mid-August and todays update. There has been a trend for higher dividend payments in the sector but an increase in the pay-out ratio seems unlikely given management commentary. One off capital returns are a more likely route if cash continues to build and cannot be deployed. Maintain Sell given finance sectors dynamics at this stage.