Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Numerica Grp LSE:NUG London Ordinary Share GB0030948516 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p - - - - - - - - -
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Unknown - - - - 0.00

Numerica Grp Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
19/5/2005
12:24
No it won't - game over at 30p. A textbook short from the day it was floated. The acquiror Vantis has always appeared to me to be better run.
charlie
26/1/2005
22:34
Will this one come back up to the 90 p days of early 2003? methinks not
phbatbjco
26/10/2004
14:08
AGM statement. Still doesn't add up.
charlie
22/6/2004
22:01
Having closed my short some months ago I have no current position in this stock. However I would like to draw attention to the dire results issued today which fully vindicate the bear stance adopted by myself 18 months ago at the top of this thread (when the Numerica share price was 103p). My current shorts are Patientline, Trafficmaster, Manganese Bronze & Millfield.
charlie
13/5/2004
13:36
Possibly management buyout at around 65p.
regina124
08/5/2004
12:22
many buys or sells gone thru today, any idea on cassh position.
latifs100
08/3/2004
18:53
phbatjco Now the shares are at your 30p target aren't you a buyer. I think they'll go up from here. LO
lord orphan
03/3/2004
17:41
I rest my case m'lud - see posts 1,2 4 and 5
phbatbjco
15/12/2003
13:06
Seems to have settled down, am surprised has not fallen further, but with the quarterly expiry coming up I closed last week.
charlie
07/12/2003
22:13
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annasavio
07/12/2003
20:10
Took a nasty hit myself - at 47 and 48p . Still holding a few though. Not worth selling down here Think they will come back over time but do not expect any quick bounces. Markets and business is improving though so they should be doing much better than a few months back at profit warning time. Better places to park your money and wait than here I guess if you are tight for cash . Happy to hold what i got left though
felix99
05/12/2003
22:28
expect lol
vision88
05/12/2003
22:27
i noticed this one today had fallen now at 42--45p on reading the above posts it would seem to have a lot further to fall, only 3 trades all day 2 of them buys, hard one to call this, not sure its worth a punt, i would on the face of it go long, expext Charlie on this boared would think other wise, your thoughts most welcome.
vision88
04/12/2003
13:42
decided it was best to take a loss @48p, that will teach me to buy shares I know nothing about, just because there seemed a quick profit !! I wonder what will happen with TBI ?
analyzer
04/12/2003
12:49
All offer talks terminated. BDO said no. Unidentified other party said no. Very weak position. Price was 36.5p before offer talks, 20p would be fair now?
charlie
10/11/2003
09:40
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kanani
01/10/2003
22:22
Well - just caught up with this thread. Didn't realise they'd issued a profits warning but I'm not surprised - see thread no 1 and earlier messages. Let them fall a bit more then you might get a TENON bounce back! DYOR
phbatbjco
26/9/2003
19:59
charlie - your track record keeps getting better and better. PLayed.
matthewa
25/9/2003
17:03
Charlie Dead right.The assets are the people.Morale has gone and so will they. It seems worse than i thought.Back to my original bottom of 35 pence.
tonytaxi
25/9/2003
12:06
I don't have a set buying level. I doubt they'll go bust, but I do think the warning is suggestive of further warnings to come. In particular the following over-complicated passage..... "....Given that we will make a loss for the first half, our full year profit before exceptional items, redundancy costs, goodwill amortisation and tax is likely to be lower than last year, but it is still relatively early to predict the full year outcome, especially in light of the cost reduction and revenue enhancement initiatives to be implemented." ...reads to me as "it's probably going to be bad, but we won't say how bad yet, something might turn up." Also note the passage "Going forward we are currently examining how we can make directors' remuneration more flexible and more closely aligned to Group performance." ...? they need to cut pay (again) to make it financially viable but what will that do to morale and retention? This is a business where all the assets can walk.
charlie
25/9/2003
10:45
Info Highly paid IFA in my area has just been dispensed with.Just a part timer left now.All very well getting rid of staff,but when will companies learn that getting rid of staff on the sales side is only a short term saving.Not much hope for the PA now or the office manager after that,or the company after that either.
tonytaxi
25/9/2003
09:06
Most impressive, Charlie. Is there any price where you would "buy" (or stop shorting) NUG, or do you think the slide to zero is inevitable?
irresponsible
23/9/2003
20:08
LO - answer on Helphire thread. (It's not really new so I don't think it will actually worry you very much!)
charlie
23/9/2003
15:20
Lord Orphan Yes NUG have a team of IFAs based around the country,(salary plus bonus for reaching targets) selling to joe public.I dealt with them connected with my buy to let property business).
tonytaxi
23/9/2003
13:25
Tonytaxi Pensions, remortgages - are you sure you're on the right board - are you talking about Millfield? I don't own NUG but know plenty of people who do. Charlie Well done - good call. Why would you short Helphire? Its a much better business than NUG or MIL. LO
lord orphan
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