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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Cppgroup Plc LSE:CPP London Ordinary Share GB00BMDX5Z93 ORD GBP1.00
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 532.50 510.00 555.00 510.00 510.00 510.00 8 16:35:09
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 141.1 2.0 -19.3 - 47

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05/6/2014
08:46
From MoneySavingExpert.com (Martin's Money Tips): WARNING: Don't ignore your CPP reminder - it's worth £100s £1.3bn's being doled out. No one we know of has been rejected, yet only 25% have bothered. FILL THE LETTER IN Up to 7m people were mis-sold CPP card and identity protection policies since 2005 either directly or via their banks. The regulator, the FCA, has ordered a formal payback system. You've until the end of August to reclaim, yet only 1.7m people (so c.25%) have so far. Now some will be getting reminders. Full info in CPP Reclaiming, here's our clarion call... This is serious money. We're swamped with successes, such as forumites Kaye James: "Amazing - followed MSE advice to complete forms. Result. We got £1,205 back" and Ellesby: "Received cheques today totalling £915 for my husband and me. Chuffed." In fact, we've not heard of any rejections, though some are due just £30 or so. If you got or get a letter, JUST FILL IT IN. No ifs, buts or shilly-shallying. If you get a letter, it means you had a policy and were mis-sold it, so fill it in. The bit everyone's finding difficult is section B, so to help, cut and paste our CPP Form-Filling Templates. The sooner you do it, the sooner you'll get your cash as it's a queuing system. Lost your letter, or binned it? Many tell us they binned the letters thinking they were junk mail. Not everyone will get a reminder, so don't rely on that. If you binned yours, or you didn't get a letter (it may've had an old address) but think you've had CPP since 2005, don't worry - see 'No CPP Letter?' Help. What about reclaiming from before 2005? The official redress scheme is only for post-2005 CPP. If you had it before, you can still try to reclaim. It's less certain but we've heard of some wins. Full help in Claiming Pre-2005. CPP isn't the same as PPI. CPP schemes promised to insure you against card or ID fraud, while PPI covers loan, credit card or mortgage repayments if you can't repay due to accident, sickness or unemployment. You may have been mis-sold both, and could reclaim both (at least £15bn of PPI was mis-sold). So also see Reclaim PPI For Free.
rossannan
28/5/2014
12:21
are these AT buys over recent days short positions closing out ?
mister md
27/5/2014
12:38
Makday My source can't say which bank it is, but it's a household name. They're expecting the response to the tender in a few weeks time.
lordbung
26/5/2014
10:13
the India one is dated May 14th: hxxp://www.icicibank.com/online-services/cpp/index.page
mister md
25/5/2014
14:40
So who is the bank?
makday
23/5/2014
17:01
A friend who works at CPP tells me that they have a tender in for a large contract with a major UK bank.
lordbung
23/5/2014
14:08
waken up back to 40p spike?
bad robot
28/4/2014
15:46
Annual report and accounts hxxp://www.cppgroupplc.com/media/79283/Annual-Report-and-Accounts-for-the-year-ended-December-2013.pdf
lordbung
23/4/2014
10:03
CPP India has signed a wholesale deal with ICICI Bank to provide Premium Plus, which is a variant of the Card Protection product. CPP India has been working closely with ICICI Bank to promote the Sapphiro Debit Card, which features as standard CPP's Card Protection plan and road-side assistance. A national print media campaign has featured the CPP brand to promote the product. CPP's Country Manager for India, Deepak Matai, commented: "ICICI Bank is India's second largest Bank and the Sapphiro debit card is exclusively offered to the Bank's top level 'Privilege Banking' customer base. We are very excited about this deal and expect great success".
lordbung
23/4/2014
10:02
CPP in York has announced an across-the-board salary increase of 2% for all its UK employees earning less than £60kpa. This is the first salary increase for several years. May be a sign that things are looking up?
lordbung
26/2/2014
13:22
A few buys and this does fly.It maybe on its way to 22pence plus as predicted by Zak Mir a few weeks ago.
bckttsim
30/1/2014
08:39
"went from 4p to 30p last time in one day"No, it didn't, but the price certainly rose nearly tenfold in a matter of days in what was clearly a massive bear squeeze. Don't think there is the large short position now that there was then.
rossannan
30/1/2014
06:44
CPP Group (CPP): V Shaped Bull Flag Targets Towards 22pPublished by: zakmir on 29th Jan 2014 | View all blogs by zakmir Although this is admittedly the kind of thing that one would normally prefer to keep to oneself, being a bull of CPP Group has apparently been the kind of status that many might fear risked ridicule. This is particularly said on the basis that a sizeable chunk of traders in the market take the view that this company could meet with a sticky end fundamentally. However, from a technical perspective we have a situation where the shares have been within a rising trend channel in place on the daily chart since the end of October, with the floor of the channel nominally running level with the 20 day moving average at 11.58p.The likelihood now is that at least while the shares remain above the combined 20 day moving average / October support line on an end of day close basis we should be treated to a continued break to the upside, especially given the way that the latest bounce has taken the form of an unfilled gap to the upside. If you add in the way that there is also a multi tested uptrend line in the RSI window since the beginning of last month, then we are looking at a possible best case scenario target as high as the 2013 price channel top of 22p as soon as the next 4-6 weeks. Zak Mir is the Editor of Spreadbet MagazineZak Mir writes exclusive content for DirectorsTalk.com - the most followed UK London Stock Exchange AIM Market news service, providing breaking news, analysis and interviews with Directors of leading smallcap PLC's on the FTSE AIM Market.Attend Zak's 5 Star Trading Seminar at the Sanderson Hotel on Friday January 31st and the preview of the Gulf Keystone Trading Code as well as extracts from the forthcoming 49 Golden Rules Of Technical Analysis by CLICKING HERE for more information - See more at: http://www.tradersown.co.uk/magazine/read/cpp-group-cpp-v-shaped-bull-flag-targets-towards-22p_3385.html#sthash.U5OnMJy2.dpuf
bckttsim
29/1/2014
17:37
New management now in,I have a feeling this is on the up.There were a lot of big trades today,City boys like the new team I think.Wouldn't be surprised if this didn't go back to 40/50 pence a share quite quickly.And if it does you heard it hear first.
bckttsim
29/1/2014
11:46
went from 4p to 30p last time in one day certainly a fast mover
traidemark
29/1/2014
11:44
not that you can buy any online currently
traidemark
29/1/2014
11:44
Thanks, am aware. Was just raising awareness!
jameswedge
29/1/2014
11:38
look at the rns and who they have appointed, that's why the share price has risen so sharply dyor
traidemark
29/1/2014
11:14
Boom! Crash!
jameswedge
29/1/2014
11:14
Wow. .excitement. ..glad I changed my sell order..
petersmith6
27/1/2014
06:25
Don't know what this is about. Been asked to ask Avatar if this is our man.
philwhammett
20/1/2014
19:09
Your idol ? You keep on about them.
tracy_moore
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