Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Computacenter LSE:CCC London Ordinary Share GB00BV9FP302 ORD 7 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% 1,166.00p 1,164.00p 1,166.00p 1,170.00p 1,156.00p 1,166.00p 87,203 16:29:47
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 0.0 0.0 0.0 - 1,430.54

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Computacenter Daily Update: Computacenter is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CCC. The last closing price for Computacenter was 1,166p.
Computacenter has a 4 week average price of 1,107p and a 12 week average price of 954p.
The 1 year high share price is 1,206p while the 1 year low share price is currently 709p.
There are currently 122,687,970 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 93,220 shares. The market capitalisation of Computacenter is £1,430,541,730.20.
blippy2: Well, let's not spend our winnings just yet. Share price down 3.3% on the day, so presumably the market isn't expecting to be electrified by the results. On a PFCF of 8.3 at the moment, so hopefully plenty of downside protection. GLA.
lucky_lady: The share price did go down, look at the chart. Its now on its way back up as people start to realise that ccc are investing in the future. By taking on 700 new staff now the profits may be down this year due to the start up costs but the future looks rosy. Also paying a near 5% dividend.
cambium: DJ UPDATE: Computacenter Confident On 2012 As Profit Grows Again -- Computacenter posts sixth consecutive year of double-digit profit growth -- Chief executive says contracts won last year will boost performance in 2012 -- Fragmentation of outsourcing contracts has benefited company (Adds details, comments from chief executive and analyst, and updates share price.) By Peter Evans Of DOW JONES NEWSWIRES LONDON (Dow Jones)--Information technology company Computacenter PLC (CCC.LN) said Tuesday it is confident of its prospects in 2012 given its improving pipeline of opportunities, as it posted a 10% rise in full-year pretax profit, boosted by strong trading in Germany and France. "We had a stunning year in Germany, but were a bit weaker in the U.K.," Chief Executive Mike Norris told Dow Jones Newswires. "Our outlook for 2012 is reasonably confident [as] a number of contracts we won last year will start to come through." Computacenter reported pretax profit of GBP72.1 million in 2011, compared with GBP65.4 million a year earlier, on revenue 6.6% higher at GBP2.85 billion. The company raised its dividend 10% to 15 pence a share. Although the company traded well in Germany--where revenue grew 22%--U.K. revenue fell 13%, reflecting reduced demand in harsh economic conditions. Investec Securities analyst Julian Yates said Computacenter's positive outlook and history of resilience in tough economic conditions made it a safe bet for investors. Yates retained his buy rating on the stock with a target price of 50 pence. At 1020 GMT, the shares traded up 0.2% at 410.6 pence. Since its inception in 1982, Computacenter has expanded from a computer hardware company into a provider of information technology services, with customers including BMW AG (BMW.XE) and Daimler AG (DAI.XE). Norris said the firm had benefited in recent years from the fragmentation of outsourcing contracts. "Big corporations have rejected very large, single tower outsourcing and have split the contracts into four or five different suppliers," he said. "[This trend] has been incredibly beneficial to us and is likely to continue for another three to five years."
bigbertie: pana, yes the share price weakness seems odd. Logica have had a big plunge too but they have announced bad results, Sage results good and price going up, so what is happening here? All analysts seem to be recommending buy for the last few months - very confusing. Is it just concerns about the European business if the Eurozone fragments? But most of business is in Germany...... I'm tempted to buy some but I feel there must be something I have not seen yet!
deadly: Some big trades at the close, probably profit taking.. Independent: Our view: Buy Share price: 420p (+35p) That Computacenter's shares rose after the IT firm issued its trading statement last night should surprise no one. After all, the company said full-year profits would be at the top end of market hopes thanks to clients resuming spending on IT. Customers who slashed spending in the year before last finally took a second look at their IT systems in 2010, driving business for Computacenter. This trend should continue to support profits this year, as many companies are still in recovery mode. The main caveat is the direction of the wider economic environment. Investors should bear in mind that the recovery could yet come to nothing if the economic headwinds get stronger. That said, Computacenter benefits from an undemanding valuation. The balance sheet and cash position are strong, but the stock trades on just 11.9 times forward earnings, according to the analysts at JP Morgan Cazenove. This means that Computacenter is being valued in line with the wider IT services sector, which is also on 11.9 times. The market is being unduly harsh on a stock that, in our view, deserves to trade as a premium to its peers. Pile in now before others wake up. Buy.
deeppockets: share price has gone mad - no comments here! Takeover?!
eastbourne1982: Computacenter says CEO Mike Norris, FD Tony Conophy, up stakes in co LONDON (Thomson Financial) - Computacenter PLC said its chief executive, Mike Norris and finance director Tony Conophy have purchased 144,772 shares and 289,543 shares each, respectively, at a price of 171.4 pence a share. Norris now holds 1.20 mln shares, or 0.758 pct in the company, while Conophy's stake is 1.76 mln shares, or 1.106 pct. rsh/lht ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- that is a lot of shares to buy on a personal basis, obviously they think the share price is stinking cheap and they know more than anyone
eastbourne1982: anyone else into these, company started buying shares recently, obviously they think the recent dip in the share price has created a good opportunity, good potential to make a quick 20% here
qalbabbass: The Board has decided to implement a limited share buyback programme, within the authority granted to it by shareholders at the Annual General Meeting in May 2007. The Board considers that the recent weakness in the share price has provided an attractive opportunity for the Company to purchase it's own shares for cancellation. The Board expects that purchases will continue to be made by the Company on an opportunistic basis. The company purchased 50,000 shares for cancellation on 22 November 2007 at an average share price of 166.7p. Following the above purchases the total number of ordinary shares in issue is 159,774,015. The Company does not hold any shares in Treasury.
moosie101: BT contract won! Share price down on news! Guess due to it being a leasing deal rather than sale to BT. Or maybe it's just that the CCC share price has a life of its own and goes merrily up and down all the time...
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