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NameSymbolMarketTypeISINDescription
Optimal Pay LSE:OPAY London Ordinary Share GB0034264548 ORD 0.01P
  Change Change % Cur Bid Offer High Low Open Volume Time
  -19.25 -5.38% 338.50 336.75 338.00 361.75 331.00 356.00 1,141,431 16:35:13
Industrial Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m) RN NRN
General Financial 153.0 19.8 13.3 24.0 550.50

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Wed 09:54mertlesSo Questor said Buy OPAY at 425.5p in July, and said Buy again in September at 510p. Now, in December at 325.5p they say Sell. Mmmmm....think I'll pass on their recommendations. Thanks anyways. read more...
Wed 18:41paulypilotHi, I'm happy to join the longs on this stock - have been buying yesterday & (heavily) this morning. If you look at what triggered this latest plunge from c.400p to a low of about 275p today, it was the news of the CFO leaving. However, that announcement also included details of his replacement, who has main market experience, and that the outgoing CFO is staying on as a consultant until end... read more...
Wed 09:14dasvAlso I get the impression online gambling is in rude health - e.g. GVC revenues up. OPAY rolling PEG is now 0.57 Free cash flow was 41p a share whilst EPS was 28p/29p (reported/normalised). Rolling PE is now 10.6 ROCE is 26% with a 15.4% operating margin It's one of the few stocks that meets my most stringent screens. This thing is a cash cow and the CEO is milking it but in my opinion... read more...
Tue 15:12vergerOPAY has responded to the sp movement. There is nothing more they can say. Once the market settles down from scrutinising the appointment we shall return to trading fundamentals and the sp will return to sensible levels. read more...
14 Dec 2014melody9999Seems to me to be orderly and planned departure, appointment and transition. If there were 'financial skeletons in the closet' would you as the outgoing FD, want to stick around for 3 months to oversee an 'orderly handover'? Unfortunate that the RNS combined with a bad FTSE day IMO. read more...
14 Dec 2014malcolmmmTo get this into perspective compared with most banks which reward failure for poor performance with huge bonuses and pay deals using taxpayers money, the management here are saints and IMO should be rewarded for the great growth company making lots of cash that Opay is read more...
Wed 16:04sphere25Cracking trade buying in the 270's Big shout out to Questor and ShareMuppets read more...
Wed 09:54j777jThe thing is to step back from the noise and ask yourself whether you believe in the actual business.I see more than 100% upside on a 24 month view.That is a return of 50% plus a year.I am slowly sizing my position and would recommend against "plunging" especially given the now extreme volatility. read more...
Wed 09:06shoobmeisterShareprophets are runnin aroubd like a dog with two di cks on this issue.... read more...
Wed 08:49macarreInteresting. Company puts out RNS assuring the market all is well, and the market response seems to be 'what's now? You want me to believe in santa claus?' read more...


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