Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Netdimensions LSE:NETD London Ordinary Share KYG6427F1019 ORD USD0.001 (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 54.00p 53.00p 55.00p 54.00p 54.00p 54.00p 0 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 17.2 -1.3 -3.5 - 27.66

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Netdimensions Daily Update: Netdimensions is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker NETD. The last closing price for Netdimensions was 54p.
Netdimensions has a 4 week average price of 48.65p and a 12 week average price of 40.51p.
The 1 year high share price is 68p while the 1 year low share price is currently 31p.
There are currently 51,229,865 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 6,935 shares. The market capitalisation of Netdimensions is £27,664,127.10.
b1ggles: Interesting - though not at anywhere near the current price. "Statement regarding share price movement The board of directors of NetDimensions (the "Board") notes the recent movement in the Company's share price. The Board confirms that it has had an unsolicited approach regarding a potential transaction, which may or may not lead to an offer being made for the entire issued share capital of the Company. It is emphasised that there can be no certainty that an offer will be forthcoming or as to the terms on which any offer might be made. A further announcement will be made as appropriate."
cascudi: from interim looks like debt ratio is still very low: lees the 1% quick ratio also good 1.8 and company managed to create cash 0.33 share price is increasing with increasing volume has share price recovered started?
lanzarote666: 40% revenue growth to a record high of US$22.7M. Final Dividend up 4% at 0.625p. Bullish regarding the outlook for 2015. (looks like a leaky ship based on last weeks share price movement)
11023154: I'm new here guys, can someone explain why share price didn't on jan 7 with t/u?? cheers ben
welsheagle: NETD still has great prospects, alot of cash in the bank, and the forecasts are for a share price much higher.
lanzarote666: Nordic expansion but is that more cost or profit generation? The share price has gone nowhere since and the chart looks like a heart monitor with no beat. Time to exit right. Next.
cestnous: Typical; good results, two broker notes with targets of twice the current share price and it's marked down. Common sense will no doubt prevail over the next few days.
kenmitch: kooba We'll never convince each other. Again your theory is 100% correct. That is what SHOULD happen. But if often doesn't. eps can increase a lot and yet the share price can fall. Shares sometimes trade at huge discounts to NAV and even at huge discounts to cash at times. Others are just as crazily overvalued. I remember a shell once with Goldsmith, Archie Norman and other big names involved. All they had was cash worth 2p a share.... yet the share price soared to £2 before falling below 2p eventually when nothing happened. Cash rich Companies can buyback heavily and still find their share price lower. Have you seen any evidence and facts and figures on share buybacks as opposed to what should happen? I ask because one reason share buybacks continue is that so many don't understand them. Recently Terry Smith the scourge of some of the dafter practices in the investment world made exactly that point. That includes analysts, financial journalists and very often the Companies themselves, though some are now resisting pressure to buyback having come to realise that the theory is fine but it didn't work for them and they are reluctant to waste more money on them.e.g Rio Tinto.
kenmitch: kooba That's the theory. Detailed research from Morgan Stanley shows clearly that nearly all buybacks are a waste of money. So the theory doesn't work. Companies that bought back time and again did worse than others in the sector that didn't. Yes EPS is increased by the buybacks. But increased EPS doesn't automatically lead to a higher share price. What do you mean by "enhancing shareholder value?" And how does it? I've been invested in several companies that rewarded me with a buyback but I never saw a penny. The classic example - I got out as soon as they started buying back - was Luminar when their share price was around £8. Now it is 10p. Some reward for their shareholders who at the time of the buybacks were saying like you that it enhanced shareholder value and retired money back to the business. Piffle! It really means buying back shares and cancelling them, better described as throwing money away. Like BP did spending £30 BILLION on buybacks. Fat lot of good it did them. Buybacks keep some Institutional investors happy and enable sellers to get out without trashing the share price. Hardly a convincing reason for going for them.
longshanks: Confirmation of the "buy" order this morning; company purchased 100K shares for cancellation yesterday. I suspect they plan to purchase a whole bunch more and clear whatever overhang is sitting on this share at the moment. One would hope they are buying the shares because they have decent cash flow at the moment rather than as an excuse to use up some of the cash sitting on account. They indicated in the results that they have opened a line of credit to enable them to build up a "credit rating". I suspect they want the share price to become more realistic too so as they can fund acquisitions with equity as well as debt finance. Equity repurchases don't often assist the share price - but given the market cap of NETD I think it will help push things along in time.
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