Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Bond Intl.Soft. LSE:BDI London Ordinary Share GB0002369352 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 113.50p 111.00p 116.00p 113.50p 113.50p 113.50p 15,819 07:57:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 0.0 -2.0 -5.2 - 47.81

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28/9/2016
09:20
Bond International Daily Update: Bond Intl.Soft. is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BDI. The last closing price for Bond International was 113.50p.
Bond Intl.Soft. has a 4 week average price of 110.90p and a 12 week average price of 108.77p.
The 1 year high share price is 119.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 84.50p.
There are currently 42,126,794 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 20,900 shares. The market capitalisation of Bond Intl.Soft. is £47,813,911.19.
04/6/2016
11:56
asagi: Excellent points, dangersimpson2. Bond must produce results before the end of June. Constellation must make a formal offer or withdraw by 5pm July 1st. The 'shrewd' bit therefore is that Constellation gets to see Bond's results before deciding. If they had announced any sooner, they could have been forced to offer or withdraw without having seen results. Has Bond spent all this time talking to Constellation alone? That's hard to accept. And have they really not been given access to management accounts in this time? Look at the share price graph and how long Bond shares have traded over 105p in recent years. Add in the growth of Strictly Education and the acquisition of Eurowage. Surely 105p is unacceptable to many shareholders. Asagi (long BDI)
11/3/2016
10:39
battlebus2: A few buyers this morning modform, helping the share price a little.
29/1/2016
09:31
glasshalfull: LOL Pawdaw ... thinking the same this morning. I've been steadily adding here. My simple rationale being that the company must be close to a deal/sale or they'd have come back with result of the strategic review by now. I saw the December extension as a positive in this regard as they'd initiated this process in March 2015 and the fact they required to extend by a month suggested to me that they were well down the road with any sale or divestiture. Again, no news as we expected indicates that they must be close to crossing the line...or that's what I'd like to think ;-) Still believe that the current share price has absolutely no froth in it & still see +30% upside if any deal concluded. Regards GHF
10/10/2015
15:52
apatel21: Steg,Their selling I believe must b them wanting to send a signal to somebody - maybe the BOD ? it's such a piddly amount ! Is it also done with the intention to inform everybody with the rns being issued ?I speculate - have they made an offer to the BOD which has been knocked back ?Is this a way to warn the BOD as to what the share price will do if no takeover ?
26/3/2015
17:01
roofer2: Mms are happy to take all sells with out dropping the share price, normally BDI Would be down 10% over the last few days, I'm holding for a much higher take out price, always a good dividend if I'm wrong R2
20/3/2015
14:15
bakunin: If any offer is in the region of 140, I would agree. It would seem that nobody seems to hold shares for more than a few months nowadays, so presumably there won't be any holders from 2007. It is typical in this country, however, that once all the hard work of building a company up (profitability forgone in favour of investment in new products), it gets sold off once established before the fruit of that investment is reaped. 20% margins for established software companies are the norm. On £40m turnover, there really should be £8m op. profit and at a typical 2 x sales, the company ought to have a valuation in the order of £80m. My guess is that there will be an offer from Constellation around about today's market cap of £45m, trumpetting the offer at 20% above the share price pre-announcement. They will merely combine BDI's assets with some of their other software investees and make a killing. The MMs will either be furious or jumping for joy at the contents of the surprise 10am RNS today.
20/3/2015
13:30
battlebus2: I don't see how this can be anything like a stitch up, compared to the recent share price this can only be good for shareholders.
16/9/2011
17:02
asagi: don't let the share price decline since interims fool you, Liontrust have INCREASED their stake in the company. Now stands at 12.04%. So, that's (by my calculations) 81% of shares in the company are in the hands of six people/organisations. However, that falls to 71% of the VOTING shares. Whatever, its one hell of a compressed register. Clearly if anything were to 'happen' it would be quick. Just as it was last October. Asagi (long BDI)
12/1/2011
13:05
markt: ...no one else watching this one ?! ...recruitment companies have all reported better trading..Hays, Page, Manpower etc..and their shares have gone up noticeably.... ...I am assuming that Bond will follow suit....(Bond supplies the S.W. to these cos and I beleive gets a payment related to jobs processed.....) a lot of turnover is recurring....SaaS... share price at 1/2 of turnover....too cheap imo....small murmur of ok news or a contract and I think share price could go to 75p area in shortish time without too much volume needed, illiquid for large volumes.... ...and trade of over 200k a few days ago ...a buy...big holder(s)increasing their stake(s)...while p.i. sell a few days shares due to boredom, lack of news....small murmur of ok news or a contract and I think share price could go to 75p area ....and the big holders will be proved right, imo...
18/7/2008
15:54
rivaldo: :o)) Mr Market has knocked the share price as with all other relatively illiquid companies, and there's obviously a link between some of BDI's business and the recruitment downturn which can't be ignored. But that shouldn't mask the quality of BDI's offerings, including: - 44% recurring revenues - the increasing take-up of their corporate software which quickly and heavily reduces recruitment costs for companies - the long-term contracts with Michael Page, Hays, Adecco etc which are now coming to fruition etc etc. Remember that the Co-Op signed a 3-year contract with BDI in May - they've now taken over Somerfield, so will no doubt be expanding their use of BondTalent. Comments in post 1700 about a couple (not a "string") of acquisitions are ridiculous imo. They were at perfectly reasonable prices, they were in non-cyclical sectors and - more to the point - they were of businesses which have increased BDI's recurring income significantly. The timing was perfect - imagine the perception if BDI's recurring income was only 20% or so! Finally, BDI were able to say only 3 weeks ago they they'd made a perfectly satisfactory start to the year. The brokers forecast 14.5p EPS this year and 16.8p EPS next year. Even coming in 20% below these figures would still make BDI decent value for a leader in its sector offering cost-reducing products at a time of need. As a reminder, BDI said last month: "'I am pleased that, despite the current economic uncertainty, the group has made a satisfactory start to the year as evidenced by the contracts with Michael Page and Adecco. We have seen some weakness in the US market but the prospect list remains encouraging. Elsewhere the markets are holding up well, particularly in Europe where our order books are at record levels.'"
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