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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Computacenter Plc LSE:CCC London Ordinary Share GB00BV9FP302 ORD 7 5/9P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  10.00 0.39% 2,574.00 2,574.00 2,578.00 2,578.00 2,560.00 2,568.00 3,424 08:51:50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 5,441.3 206.6 136.2 18.9 3,158

Computacenter Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
13/2/2013
12:01
sorry----£3.35 (fat finger), anyway still kicking.
redips2
12/2/2013
16:04
Over £5 now. :-)
v11slr
08/2/2013
19:14
Well at least you had a chance to buy stu, I've been in a self bottom kicking contest since £5.35--- been hoping for a fall----fat chance. Still on my watch list, in the vain hope-------
redips2
08/2/2013
16:49
Really pleased I sold up here... ;-( All I can add is that the one bought with the proceeds has got to go some to do better than nearly 20% in a month... And next week, we'll find out.
imastu pidgitaswell
04/2/2013
07:36
UBS retain as a buy and have increased their price target from 430p to 530p.
v11slr
31/1/2013
23:17
Good undervalued company with heaps of cash. Cloud computing growing. Not surprised they've upped there target. Wouldn't be supposed If it goes up to 500 or more in a short time
pjhutchy
31/1/2013
09:39
Panmure Gordon continues to maintain its buy rec: http://www.brokerforecasts.com/news/article/articleId/4529798
major clanger
22/1/2013
10:16
Upgraded by Panmure Gordon to a 'buy' with a 480p target today.
v11slr
09/1/2013
08:06
Credit Suisse retain 'outperform' and increase their price target to 493p.
v11slr
05/12/2012
16:21
Nice dip to buy in to. I hope! :-) PS I don't mean Sharon or Sue or whatever her name is.
v11slr
05/12/2012
16:00
Sue...no, her name is Sharon. :p
redips2
05/12/2012
15:23
Can you sue?
imastu pidgitaswell
05/12/2012
10:02
Just stop talking about 3.79 and 3.80, when my broker-ette flagged these at 3.00. I then had a second chance at 3.35, and even then more distractions slithered into my life. So stu you can think yourself jolly clever and I'm the double dummy for missing out TWICE!!
redips2
04/12/2012
16:53
Could have cut out the spread, if I'd known you were looking to buy... :-)
imastu pidgitaswell
04/12/2012
16:02
That's strange, I was buying at 379. :-)
v11slr
04/12/2012
15:59
Another inspired decision to sell at 380... Mustn't grumble, eh?
imastu pidgitaswell
20/11/2012
10:29
Odd RNS last night - sounds a bit defensive, if it has any relevance to CCC's business prospects. I've sold up, not out of any particular conviction, but simply to grab the cash/profits because it is back to where I last sold out of it and I don't see that much else has changed since the last set of results. If anything slightly worse with the last trading RNS about the Germany issues. But a great company on a cheap valuation, and will be back if we get 350-odd again.
imastu pidgitaswell
16/11/2012
19:39
Well I missed trick at 3.35, so I'm somewhat miffed---Hey ho, watch and pounce next week maybe.
redips2
16/11/2012
16:43
Funny old share this one - really illiquid, 10% plunge on no news at all, and almost all recovered, again on no news and not much in the way of volume that I can see. Fell while the market was OK, rose while the market has been falling. Not complaining, took advantage of it, and still holding all that I bought, but may lose some of them next week, as other opportunities are developing, as the market continues to fall following the US election. Not just the profit on buying these, it's as much to have effectively sheltered monies here - as I would have invested elsewhere too early had this risen too early. I'll still do that anyway (buy too early) I'm sure, but nice to have missed some of the falls elsewhere.
imastu pidgitaswell
15/11/2012
19:44
Flatline year to date always gets a reaction, all trends start and end there... Will it hold tho? :)
global mega boom
15/11/2012
16:28
Turns out to have been nicely timed - that's the thing with investing in companies with no debt, shedloads of cash (£90m+ in CCC's case) and on low earning ratios, it's quite safe to add more as they go lower (imho). Just as well, 'cos my timing is appalling usually (as my wife keeps saying, etc etc...)
imastu pidgitaswell
09/11/2012
09:12
It is isn't it? No liquidity to speak of - to buy in quantity is very difficult. Probably just as well, as best to ease in gradually.
imastu pidgitaswell
09/11/2012
08:37
getting v tempted to dip a toe in---it's a job though .
redips2
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