Inmarsat (ISAT.L) 28-11-19
Are Inmarsat (ISAT.L) about to break below the 540p support zone, or recover again to 607p highs? (+11%)
- The share price is close to 540p support. Shares are 545p (at time of writing).
- The support has proven robust to date. Will it stand firm this time?
- The shares have touched this level numerous times.
- Check our website and news outlets for updates. Fundamental developments can affect the strength of support levels.
- Be aware of the ongoing takeover situation.
- Shares -10% from 12-month highs; +50% from 12 month lows.
27 Nov: Inmarsat, the satellite company, announced that a court date to sanction its £3.4bn acquisition by the consortium including Warburg Pincus, Apax Partners and Canadian pension funds had been delayed again.
20 Nov: Inmarsat posted a significant decline in profits for Q3 as revenues were adversely affected by the ending of payments from Ligado, the US communications company.
08 Nov: Inmarsat announced that a court hearing to sanction its acquisition had been delayed until late November. Inmarsat agreed to a £3.4bn takeover in March.
05 Nov: Inmarsat has said it intends to go ahead with a court hearing next week to finalise a takeover. There had been a demand from a major shareholder for a delay.
30 Oct: Inmarsat announced that it had provisionally arranged a court hearing for November 12 to sanction the $3.4bn acquisition by a private equity consortium.
06 Aug: Deutsche Bank has downgraded its rating on Inmarsat (ISAT) to hold (from buy).
Source: Bloomberg, Reuters, Alpha Terminal, FT, DJ Newswires