Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Vianet Grp LSE:VNET London Ordinary Share GB00B13YVN56 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.00p -1.06% 93.50p 91.00p 96.00p 94.50p 93.50p 94.50p 33,627.00 12:18:55
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 14.3 1.8 3.7 25.0 26.15

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
09/1/2017
13:45
He's tipped it before in 2014 (see post 449 above) and another advfn poster suggested he had held since Bruline days (join the club!) so he may be 'talking his book'.
jeffian
09/1/2017
12:51
John Lee comment in the weekend FT....
jockthescot
09/1/2017
11:11
Looking a bit lively.
jeffian
07/12/2016
12:58
no foot in mouth. But if being rolled out in NHS what a result could that be
ccraig69
06/12/2016
20:55
Okay - I will try to remove my foot from my mouth then. Ive been there.
[email protected]
06/12/2016
20:36
No the manchester cancer hospital
ccraig69
06/12/2016
19:31
Assuming you mean the auction house and not your local Wetherspoons.
[email protected]
06/12/2016
19:30
Now that is a very impressive piece of name-dropping!
[email protected]
06/12/2016
16:40
i used the system in Christies it was great on the vending machine
ccraig69
06/12/2016
16:09
If the final 4p dividend is also maintained, that's a yield of 6% on the current 95p offer price.
[email protected]
06/12/2016
12:46
They've been under the mattress for a long time now. At least you get a decent divi.
tadders2
06/12/2016
11:44
Interims out today. Lots of adjustments to the figures to account for the sale of the fuel monitoring division and deferred tax which I find makes it hard to figure out whether the results are good or bad. But with the share price around 95p and reported H1 eps of 2.94p the price doesn't look too cheap right now? The company prefers to focus upon their pre-exceptional pre-deferred tax figure of 4.6p for eps which makes the share price seem more reasonable. Trouble is that the expected growth in profits and turnover is always just around the corner for this company. To be fair it is delivering good cashflow and is debt free with approx £2M net cash. If they can continue to keep the cash flowing then this might turn out to be one to tuck under the mattress rather than a growth tomorrow story? Technology is moving fast in this area and a major risk is that competition wipes them out instead, cheers
illiswilgig
14/10/2016
14:36
Which means given James has a 17% stake he will have another 80k to spend on shares.
site manager
13/10/2016
07:31
Reassuring trading update. Interim dividend 1.7p to be maintained.
[email protected]
14/7/2016
14:40
I'm not an analyst Norbert. You decided to sell, I continue to hold. I have a reason to post on a company I hold shares in - and all I did to respond to the negative speculation inferred in your post was to restate what the Chairman actually said less than three weeks ago. Trading is noticeably ahead of the same period last year. Fact, not guesswork. You will no doubt have noticed he's just bought another 5,000 shares. Pocket money? Probably, but more reassuring than seeing a director sell or being awarded shares for free.
[email protected]
14/7/2016
12:55
Hi AlanI did have some VNET stock for a while (held mainly for the big yield) although I became unconvinced by their relative value and struggle to see where the growth will come from to justify their rating.Can you offer me your our investment thesis?Thanks
norbert colon
14/7/2016
06:51
Insolvency consultancy Begbies Traynor noted a 53% rise year-on-year in the number of pub businesses being dissolved in Q2
norbert colon
07/7/2016
15:39
Well if he keeps picking up stock he'll end up taking it private! He holds around 17%.
jeffian
07/7/2016
15:29
JD still picking up all the loose stock....the market will eventually wake up to VNET potential in the B2B of IOT....and a yield of 5%.....
hlp_4u
01/7/2016
07:57
Went to the AGM yesterday. Only shareholder there! Asked about low dividend cover. Chairman confident about future growth as in AGM statement plus cash reserves, so comfortable about maintaining. US litigation expected to be completed by end of year. Board felt need to defend a legal challenge, with legal advice that they have a good case. Taken a conservative view on costs - all taken into P&L as incurred and as stated in Annual Report - but will be able to recover some from insurance. Overall I feel confident that the company is making steady progress and better times are to come. Always with the high dividend as compensation for holding!
nocton
23/6/2016
08:14
Not really.
jeffian
23/6/2016
07:03
Chunky director buy.
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