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|Concur.Tech Daily Update: Concur.Tech is listed in the Technology Hardware & Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CNC. The last closing price for Concur.Tech was 58p.|
Concur.Tech has a 4 week average price of - and a 12 week average price of -.
The 1 year high share price is - while the 1 year low share price is currently -.
There are currently 72,578,490 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Concur.Tech is £42,821,309.10.
|battlebus2: Yes all looking very positive Hastings..lots of value to be had buying at the current share price.|
|coolen: Any thoughts on forthcoming figures -share price is hinting negatives ?|
Without getting too complicated and sticking to recents events:
The share price went down a bit and then went back up a bit.
Based on the expert info to hand i would suggest that future movements of the share price will either be up or down but mostly both!|
|nfs: as a recent buyer it seems to me that a price movement influenced in such an extreme way by one magazine's view,based on share price performance rather than company performance,must be a good time to add.And the yield just went up too|
|interceptor2: Found the RHPS comments on another thread. See below.........
"Concurrent Technologies has been in the Red Hot list for over two years and I still think that it is a great company.
In truth, though, the share price performance has been dull. These are probably better viewed as an income share.
If you are after a nice long-term stream of dividends from your shares then Concurrent fits the bill. This is why it is in the Red Hot Income Portfolio (which I last reviewed in August).
But for the shares in the Red Hot list on the back page of each issue, I am looking for quick capital gains. In this respect, I think there are better candidates than Concurrent.
So, unless you are happy to hold the shares for the income delivered by those dividends, SELL "|
|dealit: It would be interesting to know the view of a chartist on this stock. Would seem starting to look very much the same as mid 2006/7 chart when the share price was 50p+.|
|nprg: Good set of results. Share price up. Divi's up. Everyone's happy. (Just thought I'd state the bleedin' obvious to clear the tumbleweed briefly!)|
|jm barrie100: Very well done - many thanks for highlighting the dip in the CNC share price.|
|tp100: 50p+ is a fair valuation and likely in September but another tip or bid speculation and the share price could indeed go 60p+. The company has lots of cash so significant buybacks would also help our cause. Easily my favourite share at the moment.|
|tp100: Yes also have clients with SUN but CNC looks more solid in my view. The buy backs were pretty pathetic last year and I certainly will lobby for them to be much more significant this year.
We know the valuation is very conservatve for a growing company but I think it is also a serious bid target following the takeover of its peer, Radstone Tech. The loser, an Italian company called Eurotech, must surely be considering it.
If not, with £5m cash, CNC will go shopping itself.
September 19, 2006
Radstone accepts takeover bid
Radstone Technology said that it had agreed to be bought by GE Fanuc Embedded Systems in a deal that values the British software maker at £130.4 million, trumping a rival bid by Eurotech, of Italy. GE Fanuc will pay 410p a share in cash.
The offer represents a premium of 52 per cent on Radstone's closing share price on August 17, when it received an offer from Eurotech that represented a premium of about 13 per cent.|
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