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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Aveva Group Plc LSE:AVV London Ordinary Share GB00BBG9VN75 ORD 3 5/9P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  90.00 2.35% 3,925.00 3,931.00 3,933.00 3,956.00 3,857.00 3,890.00 307,433 16:35:05
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 833.8 92.0 43.4 90.5 11,820

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18/11/2013
09:56
smythy4 obviously believes we are as stupid as him if, he honestly thinks most investors would swap shares in companies like Aveva for FML. Filtered here and on about 30 other BB's. Prat.
tday
18/11/2013
08:44
Seriously disappointed with that reaction.
broadwood
18/11/2013
07:39
One or two mentions of weakness dotted about the commentary in there so, given the huge PER, I would expect a drop off in price early on.
bones
18/11/2013
07:09
Results look strong at first glance.
broadwood
09/8/2013
08:10
Fat special divi payout today.
broadwood
05/8/2013
08:08
Special divi on Friday. Black Rock hold this in there Smaller Companies portfolio.
broadwood
10/7/2013
16:58
The calculation should be done x 15/16 first, so although I would like the credit for saving pame 100 a large sum, the most your broker can pocket is 15/16ths of the current share price. So you are right in saying 19 shares and lose 11/16ths. Again yes, you need to take broking charges into account. A friend sold a single share and thus saved the value of 15/16ths of a share because he had one free deal in hand for the quarter which he would not otherwise have used. I have one account where I will lose 6/16ths (£9.56 at the current price) and it is not worth incurring the dealing charge to correct. In another a/c I had some spare cash so topped up to a multiple of 16 because I think AVV has an excellent product which will continue to increase profits and was happy to increase my holding.
sharw
10/7/2013
15:32
sharw Thanks for making us all aware of this issue, but I could do with a bit more help please. Has pame done the right calculation in post 507?. I can't believe that brokers are allow to rob us of more than £100 like this. Do they do the calculation on an absolutely individual account basis (as pame has assumed) or do they do it across their whole client base? If the latter, the calculation in pame's case would be 21*15/16 = 19.6875. This would then be rounded down so pame would get 19 shares and the broker would steal the 0.6875 which is worth about £17. In pame's case this probably still exceeds the dealing charges, so he has still done the right thing. However I have 250 shares. By my calculation, I would end up with 250*15/16 = 234.375. I would get 234 shares, and the broker would steal 0.375 of a share, which is worth less than £10, so I would not bother doing anything. However, if I do the calculation as pame has done, my 250 old shares would be rounded down to 240, and I would get 225 new shares. The difference between these two calcs is 9 shares - worth about £220. I just cannot believe that the brokers would be allowed to do this to each and every shareholder! Your advice much appreciated plse Rgds 3OTT
3offthet
10/7/2013
14:59
sharw thanks for the heads up on the consolidation. I emailed Idealing to ask if it was true that they would keep the fraction that didn't divide by 16 and its true, they would. as I only have 21 shares I have had to sell 5 today, otherwise they would have been £115 richer and I would be £115 poorer. so thanks again.
pame100
09/7/2013
18:59
Special Dividend It is proposed that the amount of the Special Dividend is 147.0 pence per existing ordinary share. The Board is proposing to pay the Special Dividend to Shareholders who are on the Register at 6.00 p.m. on 12 July 2013. The Special Dividend is expected to be paid to Shareholders on 9 August 2013. Share Consolidation It is proposed that the payment of the Special Dividend be accompanied by a consolidation of the Company's ordinary share capital. The Share Consolidation will replace every 16 existing ordinary shares with 15 new ordinary shares. Upon the Share Consolidation becoming effective, the nominal value of the existing ordinary shares will change from 3(1) /(3) pence to 3(5) /(9) pence per new ordinary share. Fractional entitlements arising from the Share Consolidation will be aggregated and sold in the market as soon as practicable after the Share Consolidation on behalf of the relevant Shareholders. The net proceeds of the sale, after the deduction of the expenses of the sale, are expected to be paid in due proportion to the relevant Shareholders on 22 July 2013, except that individual accounts of GBP3 or less will be retained by the Company. As at the close of business on 3 June 2013 (being the latest practicable date prior to the publication of the Notice of Annual General Meeting) when there were 68,079,078 existing ordinary shares in issue, the total amount of the Special Dividend was equivalent to approximately 6.1 per cent of the market capitalisation of the Company. The effect of the Share Consolidation will be to reduce the number of existing ordinary shares in issue by approximately the same percentage. As all ordinary shares will be consolidated, each Shareholder's shareholding as a proportion of the total number of issued ordinary shares in the share capital of the Company will be the same immediately before and after the implementation of the Share Consolidation (save in respect of fractional entitlements). The expected timetable for the Final Dividend, Annual General Meeting, the Special Dividend and Share Consolidation are set out below: Expected Timetable 2013 Existing Ordinary shares marked Wednesday, 19 ex-entitlement to the Final June Dividend of 19.5p per existing Ordinary share Record date for entitlement Friday, 21 June to the Final Dividend Latest time and date for receipt 9.30 a.m. on Friday, of Forms of Proxy from shareholders 5 July Annual General Meeting 9.30 a.m. on Tuesday, 9 July Record date for entitlement 6.00 p.m. on Friday, to the Special Dividend of 12 July 147p per existing Ordinary share and the share consolidation Existing Ordinary shares marked Monday, 15 July ex-entitlement to the Special Dividend Effective time and date of 8.00 a.m. on Monday, the share consolidation and 15 July the date CREST accounts credited with new Ordinary shares Commencement of dealings in 8.00 a.m. on Monday, new Ordinary shares 15 July Payment (where applicable) Monday, 22 July of fractional entitlements by cheque or CREST Despatch (where applicable) Monday, 22 July of certificates for new Ordinary shares Payment of Final Dividend Friday, 26 July by cheque or BACS Payment of Special Dividend Friday, 9 August by cheque or BACS
broadwood
09/7/2013
18:29
300 x 15/16 = 281.25 You would receive 281 shares. If in your own name the 1/4 would be aggregated and sold in the market and you would receive the money. If in a nominee they will probably pocket it. On August 9th you would receive the return of capital - 300 x 147p = £441 If you have not yet bought the way to get round the fractions is to buy a multiple of 16 (say 288 or 304 shares). For this reason I topped up my holdings a couple of weeks ago and am now feeling rather smug that I did this at £22.21 and £22.64!
sharw
09/7/2013
18:14
sharw, if i bought 300 of these bfore Friday, how many will i receive on Monday? Some help will be apprct.
miahkaysor
09/7/2013
16:44
Held its gains which is impressive to say the least.
broadwood
09/7/2013
16:04
Unstoppable.
broadwood
09/7/2013
15:06
WOW again - I thought it had levelled off but in the last half hour it has smashed through the £25 barrier. Of course this is the last week of trading of the "old" shares. 16 shares bought today will be 15 shares plus £23.52 on Monday.
sharw
09/7/2013
13:59
WOW - just come in to see this. Happy day.
broadwood
09/7/2013
12:06
The market certainly liked it - just beaten the previous all-time intraday high of 2478 set on 29/5/13
sharw
09/7/2013
07:09
Very satisfactory statement.
broadwood
18/6/2013
16:16
This is to remind you that we have a share consolidation coming up to maintain comparability after the special dividend - 15 for 16. Most broker nominee a/cs have a clause in their T&C that means that you will lose any fraction and with a price around £24/share that is a nice little earner for brokers. A friend of mine who had a free deal in hand sold a single share this morning (his holding was an exact multiple of 16 plus 1) thereby saving himself (and depriving his poor broker of) around £22.50
sharw
18/6/2013
14:10
OK - found it. Citigroup AVEVA Group PLC 18/06/2013 Upgrades Neutral Buy 2 2,450.00 2,450.00 2,252.00 0 2
broadwood
18/6/2013
14:06
Wow, fantastic rise today. Can't see why yet. Anybody have any ideas?
broadwood
01/6/2013
21:23
http://www.maritime-executive.com/article/AVEVA-Exhibits-at-NorShipping-2013-2013-05-29/ May 29, 2013 AVEVA Exhibits at Nor-Shipping 2013 Showcase includes Integrated Engineering & Design and Information Management solutions for the marine and offshore industries By MarEx AVEVA announced that it is exhibiting at Nor-Shipping 2013 taking place 4-7 June in Lillestrøm, Norway. On booth B04-26 in Hall B, AVEVA staff will be on hand to discuss and demonstrate its Integrated Engineering & Design and Information Management products. The showcase will include: - AVEVA's Integrated Engineering & Design products from the AVEVA Marine portfolio, an integrated suite of software for the design and construction of every type of ship and offshore project. - Laser scanning and how AVEVA's portfolio of products such as AVEVA Laser Model Interface and LFM Server can assist with ship modification projects and offshore revamp projects. - AVEVA Bocad Offshore which provides a powerful toolset for the design, detailing, fabrication and construction of every type of steel structure. - AVEVA Everything3D, AVEVA's brand-new plant design software, that drives the adoption of Lean Construction by enabling EPCs working on Offshore projects to break down barriers between design and construction, reducing overall project cost, schedule and risk. - The integrated AVEVA Enterprise Resource Management suite of applications that support the entire ship design and production process. Thomas Branden, Country Manager, EMEA-North comments, "Nor-Shipping is the ideal opportunity for our customers and prospects to see AVEVA showcase its continual commitment to the marine and offshore industry. We are demonstrating not only our breadth of Integrated Engineering & Design, but how we can offer enterprise resource management capabilities across the entire engineering project management and execution process."
bones
25/5/2013
21:47
http://www.businessweekly.co.uk/hi-tech/15433-aveva-growth-will-get-nuclear-charge Thursday, 23 May 2013 08:39 Tony Quested AVEVA growth will get nuclear charge AVEVA CEO Richard Longdon has forecast a fresh surge of global growth for the Cambridge UK engineering technology business after a thumping set of full year results and signs of a potential bonanza in oil & gas and the nuclear power new-build sector in China and India. Profit-takers were up with the lark to cash in on the international powerhouse that AVEVA has become. It started the day with a market cap of £1.56 billion. AVEVA's full-year revenues were up 12 per cent to £220.2 million, pre-tax profit 10 per cent ahead to £63.6m and net cash increased six per cent to £190.4m. The company saw good growth from Engineering & Design Systems, where revenue was up 10 per cent to a record £189.5m. Longdon has presided over another excellent year of growth for a business that started life as government roll-out CADCentre within Cambridge University in 1967. He said: "As a truly international company selling world leading technology into global industries we have been able to benefit from the positive fundamentals in many of our markets. "Our goal is to deliver sustainable, strong, long-term earnings growth. Our global platform and technology leadership have been key to delivering this expansion, even during a period of severe economic uncertainty. "We expect to see further growth in the Oil & Gas industry in coming years and a solid demand backdrop in Power, underpinned by nuclear new-build in China and India in particular. Against this backdrop we view the outlook for 2013/14 with confidence." Longdon was particularly pleased the the company had been able to expand its technology portfolio during the year. He said: "From a technology perspective it has been a most exciting year and we continue to build on our leadership position. "We have delivered the successful commercial launch of AVEVA E3D, a major new platform focused on plant design for 'lean construction', which we believe will create significant efficiencies for our customers and raise the competitive benchmark for the plant design industry. "We have also released a number of other exciting new products in the schematics and enterprise solutions portfolios. We also continue to add to our technology capabilities through acquisition, with Bocad and Global Majic both being acquired during the year." Territory-wise EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) once again delivered good growth with revenue up 15 per cent over the prior year with expansion within the larger global EPCs and owner operators the key drivers together with strong regional performance in the UK, Russia and Middle East. Revenue growth in the Americas was three per cent and was negatively affected by a slowdown in Brazil, where demand was impacted by delays in project awards to customers. "We do expect the situation to improve in 2013/14 and see the long-term market opportunity as undiminished," said Longdon. In Asia Pacific, AVEVA saw its China operations continue to make progress, with strong licence growth over the previous year despite the continued subdued demand in Marine across the region. Total headcount over the year increased by 262 people to 1,317. The company provides engineering design, information management solutions and CAD/CAM software; including specialised technology consulting services for the plant, power and marine industries.
bones
24/5/2013
17:09
Today\'s broker recs (link at the bottom of the article for yesterday\'s): http://www.brokerforecasts.com/news/article/articleId/4601998
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