Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Computerland Uk LSE:CPU London Ordinary Share GB0001500353 ORD 2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 263.00p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services - - - - 26.87

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17/1/2008
16:33
robbieg: The share price is very depressed at the moment and could do with a decent news story. What do you think the chances of a sale are?
29/9/2006
09:04
shanksaj: Spread (on advfn) is 163 to 170p. Usually it is only a 5p spread. Perhaps it may be easier than usual to buy 2p under the declared spread at around 168p. The dangers of a general market correction appear to be receeding... (famous last words?) If that is the case then I doubt if the Computerland UK share price can stay down at this level for too long.
01/9/2006
11:34
robbiegoodwin: Is the AGM on Monday or Tuesday? Hopefully, good newsflow like the above and we should see a nice rise in the share price. Does anyone think it is worth picking any up before the AGM?
17/5/2006
14:19
robbiegoodwin: Is this beginning to look a bargain after the recent comments and the continued fall in the share price?
09/12/2004
10:15
robbiegoodwin: I am in full agreement, however, they need to breakout of the current trading range before we see the next big upturn in the share price. The interims should receive some favourable press coverage. We will wait and see.
30/4/2004
06:23
robbiegoodwin: The company is confident of meeting market expectations for the y/e 30th April 2004. A lot of people have tipped this company and their updates should drive the share price forward.
01/3/2004
17:08
robbiegoodwin: Nice to receive the dividend today, however, not so nice to see the share price drop 14p. Does anyone know of a reason why?
30/1/2004
14:09
johnroger: Here you are robbie 30 January 2004 COMPUTERLAND UK (CPU) 193p - aim - As a supplier of computers and computer services, Computerland continues to benefit from a ready-made market. Although its share price more than doubled last year, the group's ability to continue growing profits and sales bodes well for the future. And there's still plenty of opportunity for it to grow further on the back of an improvement in project-based revenues and strong contracted sales. Its recent acquisition of Information Technology Solutions looks a good addition. The £1.7m deal is earnings-enhancing and will complement and boost Computerland's existing contracted-service revenue base by around £2m a year. Contracted-service revenues remain an important cornerstone of the business, having grown from £21m in the first half of 2001 to £5.5m in the first half of 2004. By providing clients with long-term contracted services, such as running an IT helpdesk, the group continues to benefit from non-discretionary spend as outsourcing continues to grow. Not only does this side of the business provide good levels of visibility, but the operating margins are impressive, too. They grew from 0.6 to 3.3 per cent during the first half. One-off project-based service revenues also look set to improve, as clients are once-again considering systems and infrastructure upgrades. Although this business grew by 5 per cent in the first half, overall results were hit by price deflation in the IT hardware market, hitting revenues from product sales. This means that sales for the six-month period ended 31 October 2003 fell by 4 per cent, to £25.7m. Despite that, profits jumped 21 per cent to £895,000, and the group continues to perform well in a tough IT market. It still has plenty of cash in the bank - so it has an enterprise value of just £13.4m - and it remains well-placed to make further acquisitions. Trading on just 13 times earnings for 2005, this is a well-run business with plenty of upside potential. Buy. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Ord price: 193p Market value: £20m Touch: 190-195p 12-month High: 206p Low: 94p Dividend yield: 2.0% PE ratio: 16 Net asset value: 38p Net cash: £6.1m -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Year to Turnover Pre-tax Earnings Dividend 30 Apr (£m) profit (£m) per share (p) per share (p) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2000 28.3 -0.18 -1.40 2.1 2001 36.9 0.30 2.40 2.1 2002 37.6 0.61 4.70 2.2 2003 54.8 1.51 10.50 3.3 2004* 55.3 1.82 12.35 3.8 % change % change +21 +18 +15 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Market makers: 3 Normal market size: 500 Beta: 0.45 *Charles Stanley's estimates Last IC view: 2 May 2003, page 33 BULL POINTS Strong contracted revenues Upside from recent acquisition Improving project-based potential BEAR POINTS Deflation in the IT hardware market Shares are tightly held
11/12/2003
18:55
diogenesj: Beginning to look good value again after the drop imo. Mind you, Eaglet has made some big mistakes: huge holding in Eurodis Electron (ELH) for example. Over the three year period of the bear market and the current rally, their share price has done rather worse than the FTSE100, with huge extra volatility, so I'm not sure of the value of the AAA rating. :-)
26/6/2003
22:13
itmak: THE SHARE PRICE IS AT A CRITICAL CROSS ROADS IT NEEDS TO BREAK 155P OTHERWISE IT COULD FALL BACK TO 100P. FUNDAMENTALS ARE GOOD THOUGH
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