Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Aveva Grp LSE:AVV London Ordinary Share GB00BBG9VN75 ORD 3 5/9P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 1,742.00p 1,738.00p 1,739.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 201.5 29.4 32.0 54.4 1,114.46

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07/12/2016
08:20
Aveva Daily Update: Aveva Grp is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker AVV. The last closing price for Aveva was 1,742p.
Aveva Grp has a 4 week average price of 1,696.30p and a 12 week average price of 1,860.75p.
The 1 year high share price is 2,228p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0p.
There are currently 63,975,869 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 242,681 shares. The market capitalisation of Aveva Grp is £1,114,459,637.98.
21/4/2016
15:57
thomasthetank1: Read Panmure Gordon & Co's note on AVEVA GROUP, out this morning, by visiting hxxps://www.research-tree.com/company/GB00BBG9VN75 "Like a favoured toy our standing love affair with Aveva was re-kindled this week as it announced that its FY outturn was “broadly”; in line. The subsequent conference call revealed that Aveva had nudged our bottom of the range forecast, ie our £51m Adj PBT (bless). Whilst guidance was for an ‘in line’ 2017E, in truth it is too soon to call. We note the macro has not perceptibly improved, nor has evidence that Aveva’s sales execution capabilities have improved, nor indeed has the Glassdoor rating. Yes, it is cutting headcount, but we save any ‘cut to grow’ advice for our roses. On reflection positives include: (i) E2D is a bit better than expected, (ii) Rentals and Annual contracts were in line with management expectations. (iii) Whilst Brazil and bits of Asia were poor suggestions were that China, EMEA and US might be a bit better/in line. (iv) Aveva continues to sharpen its operating model, whilst this leads to exceptionals, more in 2017E we think, it reinforces the ‘no complacency here’ notion. (v) Cash, guided c£108m, was handily ahead of our £103.4m estimate. This gives some ammo to our view that the next share price catalyst is doling out a hefty dividend. All in all, the update did not change our view: Aveva has a poor operational backdrop and this will keep forecast risk on the negative. We retain..."
16/12/2015
07:49
deanroberthunt: SOMEWHAT OVER-PRICED..... Appealing valuation ? Meanwhile, shares in engineering data and design IT systems company Aveva (LSE: AVV) have fallen by around a third today after it announced the termination of talks to acquire industrial software assets from Schneider Electric. The acquisition stalled due to significant integration challenges being identified during the due diligence process that Aveva felt couldn’t be overcome without considerable risk and cost. This was exacerbated by the complex nature of the prospective transaction and as a result, Aveva decided that the risk/reward ratio from the deal was unappealing. Although today’s news is disappointing, Aveva remains a high quality business that’s trading in line with expectations. Furthermore, today’s share price fall appears to be the result of overzealous investor sentiment during 2015 that saw Aveva’s shares bid up to a very high level. They were up as much as 77% at one point this year. As such, even after today’s fall, they’re still up 9% year-to-date. While their valuation is now much more appealing, Aveva still appears to be somewhat overpriced given its growth prospects. For example, Aveva trades on a P/E ratio of 20.5 and with its bottom line due to rise by 7% next year, this puts it on a relatively unappealing price-to-earnings growth (PEG) ratio of 2.9. As such, it appears to be a stock to watch, rather than buy, at the present time.
20/10/2015
14:58
broadwood: Shares in engineering software company Aveva rallied in early trade after Berenberg upgraded the stock to 'buy' from 'hold' and lifted the price target to 2,450p from 1,977p. "Our discussions with various interested parties have strengthened our view that the deal between Aveva and Schneider will close," it said. Berenberg noted that Schneider has acquired a number of software assets over the past five years and as a result, the bank reckons its management is strongly motivated to close its reverse takeover of Aveva. While Aveva's share price seems to reflect the market's uncertainty about the deal closing, Berenberg said it believes the due diligence process is drawing to an end and the publication of a prospectus will create more certainty. Berenberg said that at a share price of 1,772p, which was used in Schneider's announcement of key terms, the embedded value of Aveva is £1.3bn. "We thus view Schneider's £550m payment as a bid premium (42%) to Aveva shareholders. This is higher than the average for tech premiums but it bolsters our belief that Schneider has a strong desire to close the transaction." It said the enlarged group would strengthen Aveva's key markets in oil and gas, marine and power. It would also diversify the business into other industries, such as chemicals, food and beverage, mining, water and waste water, and pharmaceuticals, said the bank.
20/10/2015
12:42
broadwood: Shares in engineering software company Aveva rallied in early trade after Berenberg upgraded the stock to 'buy' from 'hold' and lifted the price target to 2,450p from 1,977p. "Our discussions with various interested parties have strengthened our view that the deal between Aveva and Schneider will close," it said. Berenberg noted that Schneider has acquired a number of software assets over the past five years and as a result, the bank reckons its management is strongly motivated to close its reverse takeover of Aveva. While Aveva's share price seems to reflect the market's uncertainty about the deal closing, Berenberg said it believes the due diligence process is drawing to an end and the publication of a prospectus will create more certainty.
20/7/2015
07:43
jch18: A very interesting deal. I wonder what this means for the share price medium term?
21/5/2015
14:35
broadwood: Pretty irrelevant should a bid come along. Citigroup downgraded its stance on Aveva to 'neutral' from 'buy' saying the valuation is up with events. While it continues to believe that Aveva is a high quality mid-cap name, Citi said that after the recent run - the shares are up 53% year-to-date - driven at least in part by ongoing bid speculation, the shares are trading at a significant premium to historic multiples. "We highlight Aveva's share price and multiples have historically shown a strong correlation with the oil price. With Citi economists forecasting little recovery in oil prices ($75 per barrel by December 2016), we struggle with the recent move, and the resultant premium valuation and downgrade the stock," said Citi. It said the key to drive the shares further from here would be progress on a number of key strategic initiatives and a further recovery in end markets. Citi group said the business remains well placed for solid growth given its strong market positioning and uptake of its E3D software. Citi raised its target price on the stock to 2025p from 1745p as it introduces its long-term discounted cash flow growth assumptions.
06/1/2015
18:53
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08/1/2014
17:10
broadwood: Engineering software firm AVEVA saw its share price jump on Wednesday after an upgrade from 'neutral' to 'buy' by UBS, which said that the stock now looks "attractive" after a period of underperformance. AVEVA, which operates in the plant and marine industries, saw its share price sink sharply in November 2013 after it said first-half growth in the Enterprise Solutions business had been slower than expected due to issues with two clients. To make matters worse, there were a number of profit warnings across the oil services sector which dampened sentiment. Nevertheless, UBS said it was "impressed with the performance in the core Engineering & Design business in H1 14, which delivered over 10% like-for-like growth, despite a continued weak performance in Brazil. "We are not betting on a major recovery in Brazil and there is no doubt that the capex outlook in the Oil & Gas sector is more challenging now, but the proportion of spend that goes on software in the industry is still low, project lifecycles are long and AVEVA's own E3D product cycle looks promising." The bank said its valuation has long been its major reservation in relation to AVEVA, but the stock looks like better value now. What's more, the company is also on the bank's "M&A WatchList". UBS said: "Aveva's high recurring sales bias means a 2015E valuation multiple warranted. We acknowledge a slightly higher risk to growth in Oil & Gas, although Marine could also potentially start to improve over the next 12-18 months conversely. Our price target is now 2,550p, up from 2,300p previously [...] but now based on 2015 rather than 2014 estimates." AVEVA was trading 6.31% higher at 2,258p by the close of trade.
10/7/2013
15:58
sharw: The calculation should be done x 15/16 first, so although I would like the credit for saving pame 100 a large sum, the most your broker can pocket is 15/16ths of the current share price. So you are right in saying 19 shares and lose 11/16ths. Again yes, you need to take broking charges into account. A friend sold a single share and thus saved the value of 15/16ths of a share because he had one free deal in hand for the quarter which he would not otherwise have used. I have one account where I will lose 6/16ths (£9.56 at the current price) and it is not worth incurring the dealing charge to correct. In another a/c I had some spare cash so topped up to a multiple of 16 because I think AVV has an excellent product which will continue to increase profits and was happy to increase my holding.
23/5/2013
06:10
broadwood: Great results - and this as a bonus. AVEVA is committed to generating returns for our shareholders whilst maintaining a strong balance sheet to provide adequate resources for future investment and growth. In light of the Group's strong performance and strong cash generation over many years, the Board is proposing the return of cash to shareholders of approximately GBP100 million in the form of a special dividend, which is expected to be paid in August 2013. The Board is also recommending the special dividend is accompanied by a share consolidation to maintain, as far as possible, the comparability of the share price before and after the special dividend. The special dividend and share consolidation will be subject to shareholder approval at the AGM on 9 July 2013. The ex-dividend, record and payment dates for the special dividend and the share consolidation factor will be set out in the AGM circular for shareholders
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