Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Dai Nippon Ptg. LSE:DNP London Ordinary Share JP3493800001 Y50
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +¥ 0 +0.00% ¥ 1,575.13 ¥ 0 ¥ 0 - - - 0 06:32:19
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
- - - - 0.00

Dai Nippon Ptg. Share Discussion Threads

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Canary Wharf, Man United and Safeway are among the subjects today. SUNDAY TIMES Sharewatch: * It is tempting to compare and contrast the fortunes of First Choice and MyTravel to try to divine what makes a good holiday company but it is a meaningless exercise - Some analysts are concerned that TT Electronics has overstretched itself after paying over £30 million for Optec Technology. Citywire Market Mole: * has unearthed American-based pharmaceuticals expert Sam Islay buying Cambridge Antibody Technology shares for Finsbury Worldwide Pharmaceuticals Investment Trust over the past few months. Judgment Day: * Should you buy shares in Grainger Trust? Agenda: * TBI shamed by its flights of fancy - BAA up in the air over extra runway - Speculation about an imminent bid for Manchester United by Malcolm Glazer misplaced. Other comment: * Will Ken Morrison's luck hold over Safeway? - MyTravel fears for survival over losses of £600 million - Interview Tony Frogatt of Scottish & Newcastle - GlaxoSmithKline need pill for credibility gap - Maiden Group calls the end of recession for advertising SUNDAY TELEGRAPH Equity View: * Sell Amvescap at 395p - Sell Celltech Group at 375.5p - Keep selling Arc International at 16.25p * Buy Lookers at 272.5p - Photo-Me International at 118p * Take some profits at Telecom Plus (Look Who's Trading) - Too early to become a buyer of iSoft. Taking Stock with Edmond Jackson: * Stay-at-home stock pickers can beat the tourists - I am focused on a simple aim of identifying situations where there is a decent chance that I am buying at a discount to fair value of at least 20% - I am sometime regret missing a golden opportunity at the end of 2000 when property was cheap in Queenstown, New Zealand. Other comment: * Interview James Hull who is floating his dental company on Aim. THE BUSINESS Benchmark: * Canary Wharf lures investors who want hot property such as British Land - Regus is a candidate to gain promotion to the FTSE 250 index next week - William/Morrison/Safeway: on balance institutional investors are more likely to want a clean closure to this year-long saga - Reed Elsevier at a bargain price - Electric Word is beginning to attract a wider following Inside the Market: * Growth Investor: Avis Europe will look cheap if car rental industry expands but shares are clearly not without risk. * Small-Cap Investor: Buy Hyder Consulting at 113.5p * Aim Investor: Regal Petroleum is a speculative buy with a 125p price target Other comment: * LogicaCMG expected to show that a three-year freeze on business spending is beginning to thaw - MyTravel heads for £300 million loss - Business focus on Boeing - Time for searching questions at Google - The American dream proves costly for SABmiller. THE OBSERVER Throg Street: * Kirk Kerkorian's legal action against DaimlerChrysler - Bank on Barclays to shoot itself down - Time for a new call in technology shares. Other comment: * Mammon interview Lloyd's of London chairman Lord Levene - Halliburton of US has been given $1 billion worth of reconstruction work in Iraq by US government without having to compete for it. MAIL ON SUNDAY Midas Column: * High Beta Portfolio review: Amvescap down 1.5%, Barclays up 7%, EMAP up 5%, RioTinto up 16%. Other comment: * Interview Peter Williams of Selfridges SUNDAY EXPRESS * Interview Stelios Haji-Ioannou of Easygroup INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY Punting in the City: * Tesco looks attractive for a company with solid prospects for growth and a few more positive surprises in sales and profits. Other comment: * At last Lloyd's of London stops papering over the cracks - Focus on Gerald Ratner.
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