Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
De La Rue LSE:DLAR London Ordinary Share GB00B3DGH821 ORD 44 152/175P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -5.00p -1.00% 495.00p 496.00p 497.50p 507.00p 496.00p 502.00p 175,889 16:35:12
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 461.7 58.2 39.3 12.6 507.02

De La Rue Share Discussion Threads

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22/4/2018
10:26
It is interesting to note that Gemalto is under offer to be taken over by the mighty Thales. It's gone relatively quiet in the press recently about Brexit negotiations with Brussels over immigration and travel within the EEC. Funny old world innit. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
19/4/2018
13:27
Another scathing piece in the Telegraph. This ceo has zero credibility.
meijiman
18/4/2018
10:48
Didn't go that low early doors, I'm looking to buy but have no idea where the bottom is.
eastbourne1982
18/4/2018
09:46
I don't have any faith in this management team -don't think I'm the only one either.
meijiman
18/4/2018
08:45
Not a great start to the day but could easily have been worse.
grahamite2
10/4/2018
07:58
Sky News reported yesterday evening 9th. April that activist investor, Crystal Amber "targets passport row firm De La Rue" and have already built a c. 2% stake and held preliminary discussions with the Company. Sky reports that "Insiders ar Crystal Amber intended to continue building its stake over the coming months". ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
08/4/2018
18:50
According to The Telegraph on 7th. April, De la Rue have hired legal eagles Slaughter & May to help fight/challenge HMG's decision about the passport contract awarded to Gemalto. The article also reports that the Home Office has extended a so-called standstill period until April 17th. " so that the Basingstoke-based company can get more information about the tender process before a final decision is announced". Maybe the recent public outcry and media hoohah over the passport printing award to a Franco-Dutch rival is making certain parties think twice about the wisdom or otherwise of the preliminary contract award. Especially perhaps when certain other European countries prohibit foreign companies from printing their passports on grounds of national security. It seems that Act 2 of this farce is perhaps about to begin. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
27/3/2018
06:35
I don't know whether to laugh or cry when I read the article on page 4 of Friday's FT which contained the following about the Gemalto/French passport contract which reported that De La Rue : "...also complained it was unable to bid for the contracts to produce French and German passports, as those countries invoked national security exemptions to EU procurement rules" This is a farce. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
22/3/2018
11:40
wouldn't surprise me if the bbc news at ten don't pick this up. maybe a lot of perhaps unwanted attention, publicity and hassle for the normally reserved de la rue which doesn't normally court media attention . does seem astonishing that the new brit blue passport as a result of brexit is not printed onshore in uk but in an eec bloc country which we are leaving. a field day for the daily mail perhaps. all imo. dyor. qp
quepassa
22/3/2018
11:40
I'm not sure the Govt had any choice in the matter we are still subject to eu rules and regulations. Will be end 2020 before we finally are free of this interferance. Hopefully my old company will be awarded the contract in 5 yrs time when to repeat the old cliche, we will have taken back control.
wakeland
22/3/2018
11:36
Perhaps artificial intelligence would be better than the halfwits in our various governments... G Brown giving away our gold, the Carillion debacle, this great vote of confidence and backing of a long standing BRITISH CO ! ... and on it will go.
redips2
22/3/2018
10:41
Just thought.. think USA... would Donald have given that decision the 'green light'? Err no!! R.
retsius
22/3/2018
10:39
Giving the contract to a French firm beggars belief for this government decision. You really have to wonder what kind of brain is in charge of Uk Gov.Contracts. Can you imagine the French giving their own contract to a UK firm.... never in a million years! What comes to mind was giving the plans of a Scottish Parliament to the Spanish? We're there no Scottish architects worthy of that? And then to add salt to the wound... the extra costs that mysteriously appeared.. This is a very emotive decision despite the French bid being £50:00 m cheaper. Let's take a vote on it .......... err 95% of public prefer it to be given to a UK company. End of. TM should intervene here. R.
retsius
22/3/2018
09:31
more bad news today - why has de la rue lost the UK tender passport renewal i wonder
ricer93
20/3/2018
17:38
why has this fallen so much. I expect a bounce tomorrow.
cryptotrade
20/3/2018
13:44
"Bots" in charge... Gawd help us all in the future when artificial intelligence kicks in!
redips2
20/3/2018
11:08
Sounds like the FD was tic-tacked. Anyway seems a disproportionate reaction though some might have hoped for beating expectations.
meijiman
20/3/2018
08:50
But (unlike NAHL) the news isn't really that dire. What DLR have said is NOT the horror words of "lower than market expectations" but a somewhat meek and mild "around lower end" of what, as you correctly point out is a VERY NARROW concensus range. Let's face it, whether they make £71m or £73.5m is not the end of the world and £71m still pretty good in my view! In my view, £71m would unlikely mean a dividend cut and on the upside, DLR should be incredibly busy on UK domestic work post Brexit. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
20/3/2018
08:29
The market didn't like that revelation and currently it excessively punishes any negative news! Separately, the Board expects to update the market on the outturn for the year in the third week of April, and is currently expecting the result to be around the lower end of the current consensus range. *The market consensus of underlying operating profit for the financial year ending 31 March 2018 ranges between £71m and £73.4m. The consensus data can be found in the Investors section of our website www.delarue.com
masurenguy
20/3/2018
08:15
" Around Lower end of consensus" still hopefully means within consensus! ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
22/12/2017
16:51
Can't really imagine that anyone else other than De La Rue would get the contract ( purportedly £490m) to print the new blue British passport. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
30/8/2017
15:03
Thanks phil .
redips2
21/8/2017
13:20
Good interview.. 'Meet the De La Rue chief who's taking our bank notes and passports back to the future' HTTPS://www.standard.co.uk/business/meet-the-de-la-rue-chief-whos-taking-our-bank-notes-and-passports-back-to-the-future-a3615116.html
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