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|Good close. Raised my target from £15 to £16.50 fwiw.|
|1000 bought at 1446p.|
|No posts for 3 weeks. Good sign.|
|Great, thanks. You were right about the correction.|
|Jefferies reiterates BUY. Ups target(again!) to 1625 from 1570p.|
|but pounded after the breakout yesterday . Should resume uptrend soon .|
|yes, but it is a very low volume stock and maybe one bigger order will push up the price sharply . Have only just noticed this stock with the lovely looking chart and NOR situation !|
|Well,over £+5 was paid this am. Any reversal won't be that sharp and in the near term £15 will be breached and held. Imo.|
|could this be a one day reversal after that sharp move higher earlier or more in this one ! ? Probably the latter !|
|thanks Phil, took a longer look last night.|
|Nope. See market cap.|
|PHILO, do you see that being a problem at all, quite a large amount of money.|
|Just having a look at this, any debt at all. Can;t spot any in the accounts at a quick glance.|
|Great thanks. Sells ahead of buys now after going thru £14. Still holding for £15 but 12 months down the line they might be heading for £20 with this growth.|
|NMC Health Plc expects its latest investments in Saudi Arabia to boost earnings in 2017 as the London-listed company expands.
The Abu Dhabi-based health-care provider invested $32 million in the kingdom, Prasanth Manghat, deputy chief executive officer, said in a television interview with ‘Bloomberg Markets Middle East.’ The company bought a 70 percent stake in As Salama Hospital in Al Khobar for $28 million and invested $4 million in a startup in Jeddah. It added 260 beds in the western and eastern regions of the country.
All indicators are showing growth this year, Manghat said. The company raised its earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortization guidance by $10 million to $300 million for 2017 following the investments. NMC Health is “confident” for 2017 as Dubai rolls out mandatory health insurance, he said.
|Going to the moon.|
|Buys nearly 3:1 sells|
|Very good news.|
|30 August 2016
NMC HEALTH ENTERS SAUDI ARABIAN MARKET
NMC Health plc (LSE:NMC) ('NMC'), the leading integrated private healthcare network operator in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and one of the leading global providers of fertility treatments through its European and Middle Eastern subsidiaries, today announces another strategic expansion within its Long-term & Home care vertical.
The Long-term & Home care vertical was established as a strategic area of focus in Q2 2015 followed by the successful acquisitions of two leading UAE based institutions in their respective fields, Provita in the long-term care and Americare in home care. NMC has since continued to develop both businesses, including expanding Provita's capacity by 33% through the addition of another 30 bed facility in the UAE in Q1 2016 to reach a total capacity of 120 beds as of H1 2016.
Today, NMC announces the addition of a further 260 beds spread across two Saudi Arabian assets in the key western and eastern regions of the kingdom. In addition, Provita recently commenced operations at 26 acute care beds within the adjacently located NMC Royal Super Specialty Hospital's premises in Abu Dhabi, as part of our efforts to develop a seamless integration of services across the continuum of care. As a result, the total current licensed and operational capacity in the Long-term & Home care vertical expands to 406 beds (+286 beds, +238% compared to H1 2016) across two countries. The total capacity potential within current properties is at least 506 beds.