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|Still waiting for the breakout QP :-)|
|Thank you for your many interesting posts.
|De La Rue@DeLaRuePlc 3 hours ago
What are the core challenges of implementing citizen identity management programmes?
|Ending number two in the FTSE 250 risers today :-)
16th feb Numis add tp 671p
|Well whatever the outcome regarding tallow the share price is up surprisingly 2.5% so far today .|
|Never ending :-S
'Bank of England could face legal action over decision to keep polymer notes'
|Bank of England confirms it is keeping animal fat £5 and £10 pound notes
Vegans and vegetarians voiced outrage after the Bank of England confirmed last year that the new plastic fivers are made with tallow
|13th feb JP Morgan neutral -
|De La Rue @DeLaRuePlc 7 minutes ago
UK banks strike branch banking deal with Post Office
HTTPS://www.finextra.com/newsarticle/30028/uk-banks-strike-branch-banking-deal-with-post-office … via @Finextra|
|Mid-caps catch up: FTSE 250 shakes off Brexit woes
Holly Cassell, assistant manager of the Neptune UK Mid Cap +fund, said when it came to currency it was important to look at the companies that would benefit from a real boost to their underlying trading, not just improvement off the back of exchange rates.
She said the FTSE 100 was made up of lots of companies that would benefit just from the ‘translational impact’ of currency movements without growing their businesses – what is known as ‘financial winners’.
‘Where we think the most exciting opportunities lie is in "strategic winners" – that is those mid-caps which were indiscriminately sold off following the Brexit vote but experience a double whammy benefit from the weak pound,’ she said.
These companies generate revenues in foreign currency but pay costs in sterling meaning they benefit from a margin uplift.
Cassell gave the example of bank note printer De La Rue (DLAR +), which ‘has a global customer base but for which the UK is a designated centre of excellence for its banknote printing business’.
|River & Mercantile UK Long Term Recovery fund
....The team is also hoping for alpha from other industries, often where events such as a change in leadership can trigger improvement at a business. Examples include De La Rue, which prints banknotes, and software and professional services company SDL, both of which have recently come under new management.
“De La Rue is more than 300 years old,” Mr Lough said. “The perception is structural decline. The previous management, in our eyes, didn’t seek to change that proactively enough.
“But a new chief executive has come in and challenged existing practice and has a big focus on return on capital.
“Once we strip out the structural headwinds for the business, there are some interesting elements. Polymer has a 5 to 10 per cent share of the market and could grow. Also, most governments now want to dual source [and could use De La Rue].”
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UK Paper Industries @Confedofpaper Feb 6
Very pleased to meet with @JacobReesMoggMP at @DeLaRuePlc Bathford, to discuss Brexit issues & opportunities for the UK Paper Industry #CPI|
|As long as Samsung don't supply them, if they do then.....WHOOSH..... no card :-)|
|I'm very impressed with what Oberthur are up to with regard to credit card security. New cards with a changing CCV number on the back worked by a very thin battery. Wonder if DLR has looked at this area?|
|Still rumblings there :-S
'New $20 note begins to circulate in the Solomon Islands in January'
Wonder if we will ever see £10-ish again..... never really recovered from the Indian paper debarcal .|
|Well done red. I`ve had GVC on the watchlist for a while|
|Yup... 20 stocks in mine and 18 for Mrs redips which I look after.....all LTH's. Nicked 1800 GVC on Monday and this morn they have gone a little bit mad... v nice .|
|Uganda: Fresh Row Erupts Over Money Printing Deal
........The other companies the ministry of Finance has invited to submit bids amid growing opposition from Bank of Uganda, include the Mühlbauer Group, a one-stop-shop technology partner for the production and personalisation of cards and passports, and De La Rue plc, a banknote printing, security printing and papermaking company with headquarters in Basingstoke, Hampshire, England, which has printed Uganda's currency for the last 50 years, also voiced its objections.
The proposals from the two companies, according to sources, will be evaluated alongside Veridos Identity Solutions GMBH.
|Evening red, yep faffing about with a 23 stock portfolio and I`m flat for 2017 . May as well have purchased a FTSE tracker :-D|
|Gosh phil you are a busy chap, thanks for all the posts....v helpful .|
De La Rue @DeLaRuePlc 1 hour ago
How can we move to a #cashlesssociety when 39% of the world's population still do not own a bank account?|
|De La Rue : Lanka secures world class security accreditation
|De La Rue : The Central Bank of Solomon Islands launches third denomination in the new banknote family designed and printed by De La Rue
20 Jan 2017