Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Scisys LSE:SSY London Ordinary Share GB0001520757 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 99.00p 97.00p 101.00p 99.00p 99.00p 99.00p 0 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 36.1 0.6 1.3 76.2 28.74

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Scisys Daily Update: Scisys is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SSY. The last closing price for Scisys was 99p.
Scisys has a 4 week average price of 92p and a 12 week average price of 92p.
The 1 year high share price is 118p while the 1 year low share price is currently 69.50p.
There are currently 29,025,644 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 62,369 shares. The market capitalisation of Scisys is £28,735,387.56.
simon gordon: TechMarketview - 20/4/17: Scisys reassures on Brexit & space business Scisys’ share price has been on a downward trajectory for the last couple of weeks. On 6th April, it stood at 110p. Its low point was Tuesday this week, when it stood at 91p. The reason? Press speculation regarding the future of existing contracts with UK firms for the European Union’s Galileo satellite navigation system project. There is a fear that the EU is calling for the right to cancel existing contracts with UK firms for the latest phase of work. The work is managed by the European Space Agency. Scisys has, over the years, won several contracts through its British and German subsidiaries, both independently and in collaboration, to deliver key software systems for the programme (see Scisys maintains orbit with Thales contract extension and Striking year for Scisys). According to Scisys’ last annual report, the Galileo programme contributed €6m of revenues in the company’s FY16, representing c30% of the revenues of the space division, and 13% of total Group revenues. It’s, therefore, unsurprising that Scisys has sought to reassure, via a Board note today, that Brexit will not impact those revenues from Galileo. The main thrust is that it will be able to bid for work through either its UK or German offices. The company also expresses its confidence that a pragmatic solution will be found for Galileo that will benefit all parties (the EU, the UK Government and British industry). Moreover, Scisys points to new opportunities within the space sector that will benefit the Group, for example, via the UK Space Agency. It is good news that Scisys can bid for Galileo contracts via its German subsidiary, Scisys Deutschland, because there remains considerable uncertainty around the impact of Brexit on UK suppliers to the Galileo programme (including British company, Surrey Satellite Technology). The day after the EU Referendum last year, SpaceNews published an excellent article on the potential for Brexit to disrupt the Galileo procurements – see Britain’s quitting the EU but will it be forced out of the EU space programs?. While the 22-nation European Space Agency is not a European Union organisation, the article explains that complications arise because the European Commission owns the Galileo positioning, navigation and timing network. The article also goes further, explaining other Brexit complications, like the fact that it may now be less attractive for international companies to invest in the UK to gain access to ESA and European Union space project funding.
metis20: triple i link (insert one more i to make up to iii) Http:// "With a substantial proportion of budgeted revenues for 2017 underpinned by a strong opening order book and with the addition of Annova to the group's ranks, the outlook for the coming year is even more encouraging." "Factor in both the new Annova business and deals with the BBC, Ministry of Defence and Vodafone, and management remains confident of beefing up both the top and bottom line in 2017."
interceptor2: Contract win announcement this morning. Wonder why the price hasn't responded yet :o) hTTp://
interceptor2: The drop on Friday was surprising with the low volume of transactions. Nice MOD contract announced today will strengthen sentiment, and then we have interims to look forward to later this month. Agree with others here about the impressive cash generation which reversed a £1.0m Net position at the star of the year, to a reported Net cash position of £1.4m last month. hTTp://
balancer: Another good announcement. I am surprised it is taking the share price so long to recover. Maybe a good half year report and increased interim dividend will get it back to 90p and to 100 by this time next year.
lanzarote666: Share price up at the open on £5.78m Lockheed Martin contract and tie up with British Army.
interceptor2: Investors Chronicle likes ssy, have write up today. See headline below, I dont subscribe so can't see whole article. All nice at Scisys Created: 30 March 2010 Written by: Steven Frazer Now: The Scisys story still looks good. At 52p, the share price is up 11 per cent since January largely on the back of good full-year figures. Revenues of £42m, adjusted operating profit of £1.7m and year-end net cash of £2.4m all beat forecasts set by broker Canaccord Adams.
truffle: Which nevertheless still makes one wonder why the share price has not performed better over the past year or so with all the contract wins announced, maiden dividends etc.
balancer: The story I heard was that MCGN bought a load of shares in the 20-25p range and suggested making an offer of about 40p for the company. There was a story of another possible buyer at about 60p. If this year's profit is ahead of the market expectation they talked about in the AGM announcement, around £1.3M I think, the dividend, share price and prospects should all be looking good. B
balancer: The interim report looks good. A dividend annoucement for the half year is nice to see though the company could do with a bit more cash in the bank. If they manage to pay 0.5p interim and 1p final it should help the share price, a 3.3 return with a prospect of more the following ear is good. It is nice to see ciSys getting back on track aftr a couple of bad years. All becasue they signed a couple of dud contracts with customers. B
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