International Distributions Services PLC (IDSI)

235.50
-7.10(-2.93%)
  • Volume:
    2,285,158
  • Bid/Ask:
    200.00/290.00
  • Day's Range:
    233.50 - 242.70
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IDSI Overview

Prev. Close
242.6
Day's Range
233.5-242.7
Revenue
6.36B
Open
242.7
52 wk Range
173.65-531.4
EPS
0.617
Volume
2,285,158
Market Cap
2.23B
Dividend (Yield)
40.00
(16.99%)
Average Volume (3m)
4,319,449
P/E Ratio
9.46
Beta
1.53
1-Year Change
-51.51%
Shares Outstanding
946,102,162
Next Earnings Date
09 Feb 2023
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International Distributions Services PLC Company Profile

Employees
179049

International Distributions Services plc, together with its subsidiaries, operates as a universal postal service provider. The company offers parcels and letter delivery services under the Royal Mail and Parcelforce Worldwide brands. It also provides services for the collection, sorting, and delivery of parcels and letters. In addition, the company operates ground-based parcel delivery networks in Europe that covers 40 countries and nation states. Further, it provides express parcel delivery and logistics services. Additionally, the company engages in property holdings and facilities management activities. It serves consumers, sole-traders, small and medium-sized enterprises, large businesses, retailers, and access operators. It operates in Italy, France, Spain, Germany, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Hungary, the United Kingdom, the United States, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, China, Denmark, Finland, Ireland, the Netherlands, and Portugal. The company was formerly known as Royal Mail plc and changed its name to International Distributions Services plc in October 2022. International Distributions Services plc was founded in 1516 and is based in London, the United Kingdom.

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Analyst Price Target

Average293.54 (+24.64% Upside)
High520
Low115
Price235.5
No. of Analysts13
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  • Thompson wasn't talking yesterday, he doesn't care about service just shareholders
    1
    • This CEO must go. completely wrong strategy.RM must work with union not against.
      2
      • Give the postmen a wage that reflects living costs. Shame on IDS.
        3
        • Can't up wages if your losing money hand over fist. They should try and strike a deal though and agree when the company is in profit postie's get some kinda raise. Looks like they will just sack everyone to break the union to be fair.
          1
        • if you pay 400 million to shareholders you cannot then claim to be losing money when employees need a payrise.
          1
        • fair comment but remember people invest money which is used in the company to employ people and grow the company. If you look recently share holders have lost an absolute fortune when they want the company to succeed.I send lots of parcels with royal mail and the service has gone down hill massively when it used to be no 1 if you wanted to be sure something would get there on time.Mark my words they'll sell the parcel part of business and before you know it the letter end will probably go bust in a few years. I would imagine they'll be purchased by the state again possibly a Labour government at a massive loss.Share price is in free fall at the moment with all the uncertainty. Royal mail needs to be able to compete and at the moment they can't. They are now equaled in the parcel delivery service for usually half the price.You can't really strike if the competition is paying the same money and providing a better service currently.As an investor I'm out.
          1
      • Come on Royal Mail - goive the posties a fair wage!!
        1
        • Royalmail will need to break the union unfortunately. It is unrealistic for it to compete against competitors without extensive changes to working practices.
          9
          • but they had a way forward agreement with the union that was working. this dispute is of the CEOs making and is unnecessary.
            1
        • maybe but not yet ...see what happens
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          • Big money to be made here.
            1
            • By shorting it? Many more strikes looming
              0
          • will fall till rm and union agree a deal
            0
            • falling knife
              1
              • Brexit ensured foriegn buyouts reign, UK plc is for sale en masse
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