|Electronic Data Processing
||EPS - Basic
||Market Cap (m)
|Software & Computer Services
Electronic Data Processing News
|Electronic Data Processing Daily Update: Electronic Data Processing is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker EDP. The last closing price for Electronic Data Processing was 71.50p.|
Electronic Data Processing has a 4 week average price of 71.85p and a 12 week average price of 71.96p.
The 1 year high share price is 78p while the 1 year low share price is currently 61p.
There are currently 12,610,976 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 390 shares. The market capitalisation of Electronic Data Processing is £9,016,847.84.
|cwa1: Half year results out in case anyone had missed them:-
|cwa1: Busy board!
I have held for a similar period, and last added in September 2011.I did sell during the dot com. bubble, and bought back later. with that exception, the share price performance has been unexciting, but dividends have more than made up for that.
This is a carefully run business with piles of cash. They may well make an acquisition at some stage.|
|wilshaw: Results look better but then they should. They have disposed of property again in order to increase profits but despite the roll in of vectar turnover is only slightly up.
I think we also need to understand why spend on R&D is still £620K (£1.3m) when will this be fruitful. What are they researching after all these years.
My holding is still trading at less than 50% and I see acquisitions and property sales having no effect on share price.|
|feedthegoat: 5% of the company just changed hands.If they closed the company down the NA are more than the share price so the business is in for nothing.|
|sharespotter: There seem to be signs of life in the EDP share price. Anybody know why?|
|adam: Results are poor, profits down and "tough" environment. Mark down in share price likely to remain supported by NAV and unbooked property uplift, but not an inspiring share to hold. I think fair value on sale would be achieved as 1x revenue + NAV + prop uplift which would be nearer £1. No sign of "for sale" flag. Will be interesting to see what, if anything, Petchey does.|
|pommey1: Nobody thats why the share price continues to slide. I did here that they were trying to develope a windows version. Maybe too late. For those of us who hold at high stock value, we can only hope for a change of management or buy out. DYOR|
|pommey1: As I suspected. Results as exepected. No real impact on share price. For holders at higher value, either cut losses or hope for management change.
With no more news for 6 months and a warning of tough trading conditions, this may slide further! IMO DYOR|
|pugugly: Grump -- Many thanks for info and link. Only just noticed when came back after EDP share price fall today.
Feedthegoat. Not sure I agree with you about customer paying for manufacturer rectification of faults. In my experience a bug is a fault and the cost of rectification is down to the supplier. e.g Ford/Firestone in USA not the poor sods who bought the vehicles. In my book a computer programme system should work as promised. I know Bill Gates is currently getting away with it - but for how much longer?- Sorry slight digression from thread but very relevant in respect of where costs/charges should be allocated.|
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