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|Norman Broadbent Daily Update: Norman Broadb is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker NBB. The last closing price for Norman Broadbent was 10p.|
Norman Broadb has a 4 week average price of 10.04p and a 12 week average price of 10.18p.
The 1 year high share price is 13.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 9.50p.
There are currently 41,633,320 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 13 shares. The market capitalisation of Norman Broadb is £4,163,332.
|twodegrees: battlebus I disagree, why are share holders not allowed to subscribe, the share price seems to have been manipulated lower so that they could get this share placing done and the long term holders her get nothing for loyalty...|
|fillipe: Results are due any day and a new high profile CEO was recently appointed.
Little stock on offer here, so if the result - and more importantly, the outlook statement indicates a likely turnaround situation of the moribund NBB business, then there would be some really weighty share price action, I'm sure.
|twodegrees: check this http://www.normanbroadbent.com/information/investor-relations/share-price/# so how come the price on broadbents ticker has moved higher but advfn is showing no movement.|
|4screws: boldtrader...pity the share price don't think so...stuck in the doledrums me thinks.|
|4screws: geoffsh...greetings...had a look at norman broadbent website and I cannot find any information about share price, accounts...etc...and ideas Please.|
|geoffsh: A very positive update on trading is out today from Harvey Nash,presumably Norman Broadbent is also benefitting from the bouyant recruiment market.Surely not much downside from this share price but potentially plenty of upside.|
|4screws: In addition, it is anticipated that the Company will be releasing its
half-yearly results for the six month period to 30 June 2010 on 14 September
Since consolidiation, with new teAM AND NEW CASH THE SHARE PRICE HAS ACTUALLY DROPPED... although for the investment team who camme in they are sitting on a large percentage increase...so shareholders once again have been rightt royally sha....d....fill in the blanks.
Does anyone actually see all the changes we have gone through as a reason to stay on board, or are the board hopoing that private investors just sell up as they move to take the company private....|
Norman Broadbent share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange