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|Just need some advice, should I sell now at 196.85 or wait for the cash offer of £2. Does anyone know how long it would take for the cash offer to conclude ?|
sorry to hear that. I know how you feel, same happened to me on Norkom. For EDD, I was thinking of reducing last week, but luckily I never got round to it.|
|I'll see you on the zulu thread soon. Thanks for your insights into EDD.|
|I remember, you stuck with them for years.
I have very fond memories of EDD buying at 24.5p in 2007 until selling in January 2010. They got me through the 2008 downturn by themselves.
Sell now at 197p less fees or wait for the 200p. Any views?|
|Thanks ic2. Said it would get to 200p.|
|Bad luck davidosh, but well done to holders. I never did get back into EDD but was tempted a few times. A good buy for Pearson imo.
|Totally gutted !! I sold my long term holding last week to move across to another company as I feared it was going to drift back down again. I should ignore chart movements LOL Certainly no leak here if last week was anything to go by.|
|Article on Growth Company looks interesting
|Nice one Steg, congrats.|
|50% up in one day. Things are looking up.|
|Well done steg|
|Bought these at 95p a few months ago, so 200p is very welcome.
Well done EDD.|
|40% up since Jan.|
|Annual report available from website
|But it is not affecting their core business and I am seeing evidence on the ground that EDI is well placed to deliver the products that local providers need and candidates want.|
|Councils await funding cut as Localism Bill unveiled
Eric Pickles says he wants to take decisions out of the hands of councils and Whitehall
Continue reading the main story
Who has time to change the world?
Locals 'to take over buildings'
Councils in England are to learn later how much the funding they receive from central government will be cut over the next two years.
-----might impact EDDs local authority taxi exams|
|dnfa do you even know what they do?|
|A bit from the results:
Over recent weeks the Coalition Government's policy and funding intentions for vocational education and training programmes have become clearer. This follows the publication of the Comprehensive Spending Review, individual departmental plans and, most recently, the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills Strategy for Skills and the related investment plans.
Whilst the thrust of the thinking set out in these documents is broadly positive for our areas of interest, we are still awaiting the detail that will be provided by forthcoming legislation and new administrative arrangements for contracting and funding which will become effective during the Summer of 2011. Because of this, we are entering a transitional period as our customers in training organisations and further education colleges adapt to the new policy and funding frameworks.
Inevitably, these changes are generating short-term uncertainties but they do also present significant opportunities. New approaches will be required to the design and delivery of vocational education and training services to provide efficient and cost effective alternatives to more traditional approaches. "|
|Plenty of opportunities in the far east.|
|What a quaint turn of phrase you have.|
|governmnet is going to cut this one's gizzard out|
|Latest presentation from EDI
Take a look at slide 18|