|Last Trade:||Buy 200 at 373.57p|
|Day's Range||363.40p - 370.80p|
|52wk Range:||362.90p - 865.00p|
|Shares in Issue:||458m|
Recent Trades History Inmarsat (ISAT)
|Buy/Sell||Volume||Trade Prc||Trade Type||Trade Time|
|Buy*||200||373.57||Automatic Execution||11:06:35 - 23-Mar-18|
|Sell*||69||373.50||Automatic Execution||11:05:49 - 23-Mar-18|
|Sell*||87||373.50||Automatic Execution||11:05:49 - 23-Mar-18|
|Buy*||400||373.70||Automatic Execution||11:05:49 - 23-Mar-18|
|Buy*||433||373.70||Automatic Execution||11:05:49 - 23-Mar-18|
|Buy*||437||373.90||Automatic Execution||11:05:49 - 23-Mar-18|
|Buy*||500||373.80||Automatic Execution||11:05:49 - 23-Mar-18|
|Buy*||1,164||373.70||11:05:49 - 23-Mar-18|
|Buy*||1,351||373.70||Automatic Execution||11:05:45 - 23-Mar-18|
|Buy*||329||373.30||Automatic Execution||11:05:30 - 23-Mar-18|
Share Price History for Inmarsat
|22nd Mar 2018 (Thu)||369.60||372.00||362.90||369.30||3,046,134|
|21st Mar 2018 (Wed)||382.80||382.80||367.50||371.00||6,912,921|
|20th Mar 2018 (Tue)||393.60||394.50||378.60||382.00||3,494,284|
|19th Mar 2018 (Mon)||398.20||403.50||389.00||392.50||4,307,319|
|16th Mar 2018 (Fri)||399.40||402.70||392.30||400.60||8,817,801|
|15th Mar 2018 (Thu)||399.90||403.40||390.80||400.40||4,412,858|
|14th Mar 2018 (Wed)||394.00||407.60||389.00||399.70||4,203,015|
|13th Mar 2018 (Tue)||410.40||410.40||381.20||386.70||5,805,030|
|12th Mar 2018 (Mon)||433.50||436.20||408.00||409.70||6,937,077|
|9th Mar 2018 (Fri)||434.10||463.60||421.20||432.70||9,733,000|
|8th Mar 2018 (Thu)||464.90||473.50||457.60||463.90||2,928,742|
|7th Mar 2018 (Wed)||479.70||481.60||460.60||462.90||1,813,991|
|6th Mar 2018 (Tue)||478.10||485.20||472.00||481.20||1,769,160|
|5th Mar 2018 (Mon)||455.20||475.50||450.20||473.60||2,052,384|
|2nd Mar 2018 (Fri)||474.60||482.80||453.40||455.40||3,504,285|
|1st Mar 2018 (Thu)||470.90||484.10||470.90||477.50||2,245,504|
|28th Feb 2018 (Wed)||461.70||475.20||460.20||469.90||2,067,093|
|27th Feb 2018 (Tue)||461.60||470.80||455.40||463.00||1,724,487|
|26th Feb 2018 (Mon)||458.90||462.40||452.30||460.60||1,563,686|
|23rd Feb 2018 (Fri)||445.10||460.40||442.70||454.20||2,071,752|
Inmarsat plc are a leading mobile telecommunications company at the forefront of modern technology and pioneering new discoveries and technological advances, for example, live news broadcast via videophones (Broadband Global Area Network).
Inmarsat offers a wide range of communication services. For the domestic user, it is developing new technology between voice and broadband data and also offers a fixed satellite phone for remote or isolated communities. It still offers maritime and sea based services that the company was founded for with services for broadband fleet phones, safety calls and distress communications. It offers maritime satellite phones and fax and data services. An expansion into aeronautical communication means that Inmarsat can now offer safety and broadband calls to aeroplanes. Inmarsat's commitment to safety is never compromised in delivering a fair price and good service.
Inmarsat also offers services to governments for both military and civil communication.
Currently Inmarsat has twelve geosynchronous telecommunication satellites so that it can provide a good and fundamentally reliable service to clients and customers. The most recent satellite was successfully launched from Kazakhstan and once fully functioning will provide full uninterrupted global coverage for Inmarsat's services, in combination with its two sister satellites.
Inmarsat began its operations in 1979 as a not-for-profit organisation called the International Mobile Satellite Organisation and was primarily established to keep boats in constant communication with land to improve maritime safety and communication. The company was first floated on the London Stock Exchange and shares were available to purchase in 2005.
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