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Arkle Resources Plc LSE:ARK London Ordinary Share IE00B2357X72 ORD EUR0.0025 (CDI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 0.90 0.85 0.95 0.90 0.90 0.90 814,126 07:49:07
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -0.3 -0.2 - 3

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24/9/2007
10:39
I hope you are right. I have not read the new news yet, come staight to this but this is going very much the right way with these buys of other companys.
chavitravi
24/9/2007
09:56
Going to 50p - first stop. free stock charts from www.advfn.com
gsands
20/9/2007
14:42
Sure starting to move and so it should. Statement could not be more true in regard to coming of age. Its one to hold onto for sure. It amazes me that the attention as not been drawn to the power save element as I'm of the opinion there cannot be anything else to consider in the medical market but ARC product. Time will tell, but my sniffer is still twitching with this one & wish I could sniff a few others out much the same on bottom floor.
chavitravi
20/9/2007
11:07
Text book: free stock charts from www.advfn.com
gsands
20/9/2007
10:19
ARC International 46p Unchanged Questor says Buy IT IS easy to confuse ARC International and ARM Holdings. Both companies license the intellectual property for chips in consumer electronics and there is, of course, just one small letter to distinguish them. But while ARM has built up a staggering 90pc market share of the mobile phone market and equally dominant positions across the range of consumer electronics, ARC fell from grace during the technology bust and has yet to return to profit. That said, things are looking up for the underdog. ARC last week signed a breakthrough deal with chip-maker Intel, which sees it licensing its IP for a range of products to the US giant for a number of years. It is thought the products will be used mostly in wireless chipsets, a market that some houses predict could more than double to sales of nearly 480m by 2010. Digital consumer devices, after all, are hardly going to go away and the explosion in the sector means that by that time ARC's house broker Landsbanki estimates that the deal could generate £3m in annual royalty revenues. It is part of a turnaround that really commenced in 2004, and since then ARC's customer base has increased by 60pc and new customers were contracted to pay a royalty for each device shipped, compared with rather more unfavourable terms in contracts signed before that date which provide for a royalty on only around half of chips supplied. The most recent deal came after a winning set of first-half results in August. Royalites improved 85pc and the company announced a $15m (£7.5m) licensing agreement with a mysterious unnamed consumer electronics company thought to be Samsung. Broadcom also extended its licensing agreement with ARC for the technology behind high-volume multimedia applications for another 10 years. ARC is still making a loss – of £1.5m in the first half – so can't be judged on a price/earnings basis, although analysts expect the company to return to the black on a pre-tax level next year. In terms of its enterprise value over sales, it looks cheap compared with its peers, on just 2.4 times this year, compared with Imagination Technologies on four times and ARM on six. There are still plenty of risks – some new products may fail to generate sales, while customers could demand more expensive support than the market has currently factored in. However, Arc remains an interesting buying opportunity as the former dotcom darling finally seems to be coming of age. So far the stock has remained below the radar, suggesting plenty of upside for investors who get in now. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/money/main.jhtml?xml=/money/2007/09/20/cxquest120.xml
gsands
20/9/2007
10:15
Tipped as a buy in the Telegraph today.
bigbigdave
20/9/2007
01:49
US semiconductor index: free stock charts from www.advfn.com
gsands
20/9/2007
01:37
http://www.arc.com/news/PressRelease.html?id=341
gsands
20/9/2007
01:36
http://www.arc.com/
gsands
20/9/2007
01:33
Intel going well: free stock charts from www.advfn.com
gsands
20/9/2007
01:31
Looks poised to run: free stock charts from www.advfn.com
gsands
19/9/2007
13:55
Does anyone have L2 info on this one please? Thanks in advance.
gsands
18/9/2007
14:32
Thanks for that apeksa, very interesting. Lets hope others find it so.
chavitravi
11/9/2007
07:36
Now THAT is a nice agreement!
holmess
07/8/2007
17:07
Somebody else must have reads the same as you, it would seem to have done some good. Roll on the 56p. Added. there you have it, Legal & General, Herald Investment Trust have Registered further interest. Two good names. There was some late on but can't see what as my streamer isn't working for some reason, can't see volumes.
chavitravi
07/8/2007
13:02
I reckon so, though I can't see a price on SanDisk, is it LSE quoted?
chavitravi
06/8/2007
21:48
Noted this from Market Insider this evening: The news Arc licencee SanDisk is teaming up with rival Hynix to create a shared flash memory facility to increase output has prompted Bridgewell to restate its buy recommendation up to 56p. which one presumes relates to Arc and not SanDisk!
grahamburn
03/8/2007
12:54
Is every one feeling a little better now? I think there is a realisation that this is something to get into early as it as high potential with its uniqueness especially in the medical market in regard to power save, no one else can do it.
chavitravi
02/8/2007
18:52
what happened at midday to start the rise??
njl53
02/8/2007
17:07
Ho ye of little faith. LOL. Dead easy to laugh now hay. I'm just starting to dry out a bit now after the sweats. Change me pants as well.
chavitravi
02/8/2007
14:52
LOL !!!!!! There you go - i'll exit door left.
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