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Next Fifteen Com Gp (LON:NFC) Morning Trade Volumes

Next Fifteen Com Gp (LON:NFC) Morning Trade Volumes

At 12:33pm on Monday 11th of April roughly 463 shares in Next Fifteen Com Gp (LON:NFC) during the morning had been sold by investors whilst 3,550 were purchased making 88.46 percent of the shares being traded on the buy side of the market.

The largest trades of the morning include:
A buy order at 11:42:00 of 1,029 shares at a trade price of 242.833 valued at 2,499.
A buy order at 07:55:29 of 1,000 shares at a trade price of 240.00 valued at 2,400.
A buy order at 08:38:15 of 614 shares at a trade price of 242.833 valued at 1,491.
A buy order at 08:20:52 of 500 shares at a trade price of 241.00 valued at 1,205.
A sell order at 08:01:09 of 463 shares at a trade price of 238.933 valued at 1,106.
Please note: to determine whether an order is a buy or sell order we use the bid/ask spread at the time of execution. We cannot guarantee this information is correct, it is for information purposes only.

Todays Next Fifteen Com Gp (LON:NFC) Chart
The businesses shares are currently up by 1.82% in morning trade.

The number of Next Fifteen Com Gp shares in issue is 64,654,000 which have a current share price of 244 bringing Next Fifteen Com Gp market capitalisation to 157.00M.
The 52 week high of shares in Next Fifteen Com Gp is 267.30 while the 52 week low for the company’s shares is 165.23. The businesses 50 day moving average is 229.50 and its 200 day moving average is 226.89.

Next Fifteen Communications Group plc is a United Kingdom-based communications company. The Company consists of 16 subsidiary agencies, spanning digital content, marketing, public relation (PR), consumer, technology, marketing software, market research, public affairs and policy communications. The Company’s 16 marketing businesses include five independent communications brands, with three specializing in the technology sector (Bite, Text 100 and The OutCast Agency) and two in the consumer space (Lexis and M Booth). The Company’s three agencies focuses on digital (Beyond, bDA and Connections Media), a programmatic advertising technology business (Encore), two market research companies (Redshift Research and Morar), two digital content marketing agencies (Republic Publishing and Story), a policy communications firm (463 Communications) and an investor relations consultancy (The Blueshirt Group).

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