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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Dialight Plc LSE:DIA London Ordinary Share GB0033057794 ORD 1.89P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 555.00p 548.00p 570.00p - - - 0 08:01:19
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 169.6 7.4 16.4 33.8 180.57

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
26/4/2016
07:38
Trading update out - Total waste of time - Tells PI's nothing save that the Company is still alive - If Mr Market reads it the same way then should be good for a 20%+ FALL. But what do I know ?
pugugly
14/4/2016
07:44
Watching closely, but playing out perfectly at the momemt... :-)
itchycrack
13/4/2016
17:42
AV...What has that to do with the price of Bread; I see II's are still adding, Hmm watch that short Itchy
beeezzz
08/4/2016
16:26
Kainos expands Polish business with office for 500 staff By John Mulgrew PUBLISHED 17/03/20160 COMMENTSSHARE Kainos chief executive Brendan Mooney Kainos chief executive Brendan Mooney Software company Kainos is expanding its operations in Poland with a new office which could double its workforce there. ADVERTISING inRead invented by Teads The Belfast-based firm's new base in Poland can hold 500 staff, double the current number there. SHARE GO TO Kainos said the rapid growth in the volume of global projects has resulted in the expansion. The team will be working on a range of projects, including Kainos Evolve and Kainos Smart. Co Antrim-born Brendan Mooney, chief executive of Kainos, added the expansion highlighted "not only the company's success in Poland to date, but also our ambition to remain as one of the most committed and attractive high-tech employers". "Our Polish colleagues have consistently delivered high-quality, innovative work, and form an essential part of the company's growth plans," he said. "Gdansk has proven to be a very fertile location for recruiting technical talent and expertise. We are consistently impressed by the calibre and enthusiasm of the graduates and experienced professionals we employ." The announcement from Kainos comes as it revealed it was working with US health tech firm InTouch Health. The pair will develop a series of products for the health industry, integrating Kainos' technologies to improve areas such as communication and the sharing of patient data. In July last year, Kainos became one of just three Northern Ireland firms on the London Stock Exchange. During the first six months of trading as a listed company, the software firm achieved an impressive turnover figure of £37m. It has grown staff numbers to 800 across its seven offices, with 440 of these working at the company's base in Belfast. Kainos helps the healthcare industry and the Government digitise their work. Brendan Mooney, who hails from just outside Dunloy, joined Kainos in 1989. At that time, it employed little more than a dozen staff. Speaking about his company's partnership with InTouch Health, Mr Mooney said: "We believe that tele-medicine will transform the way in which healthcare is delivered. "This partnership between InTouch Health and Kainos Evolve provides the right capability to support this transformation". Dr Yulun Wang, chief executive at InTouch Health, added: "We are excited about working with Kainos Evolve. "The flexibility and power of the Evolve platform, combined with the breadth of the InTouch customer base and solution offerings, has the potential to make a significant impact on the care of patients across the US and beyond."
albanyvillas
29/3/2016
20:54
Layered in a few shorts today. Won't run much further before heading south IMHO.
itchycrack
29/3/2016
16:07
hTTp://www.fool.co.uk/investing/2016/03/29/can-marchs-winners-glencore-plc-14-tullow-oil-plc-18-dialight-plc-32-keep-charging/
beeezzz
23/3/2016
14:01
Odd or not...still shows 1500+ google, graph looks a bit odd also.
beeezzz
23/3/2016
12:14
Nice trade 1500 @859p WTF!!!!!
beeezzz
23/3/2016
11:12
Itchy.....starting to get a little twitchy; is that short going on or are you concerned this could blast off....Hmm
beeezzz
18/3/2016
13:30
Well, from a PI point of view looking at my PF, I'd admit what a pity I didn't think like CR!
napoleon 14th
16/3/2016
17:33
...from that "They presently have a GBX 500 ($7.15) price objective on the stock" which is a bit odd given that the price today is comfortably above that and the article is dated today! ...Maybe took a while to publish. Notably the other brokers have higher targets however.
bountyhunter
16/3/2016
16:41
hTTp://www.financial-market-news.com/dialight-plc-dia-stock-rating-reaffirmed-by-peel-hunt/965876/
beeezzz
11/3/2016
21:20
Beeezzz - I was out of my current short at 423p - just patiently waiting for a re-entry point, likley around 600p level.
itchycrack
11/3/2016
17:39
Looks like they turning this company around..great products good R&D best in class...nice rise too. IC...watch that short looks a bit smelly.
beeezzz
08/3/2016
18:10
Thanks sharw
tompion
08/3/2016
17:00
This morning's presentation is available now at: hTtp://www.dialight.com/PLCHome/Index tompion - if you watch this you will find much on how the new management is organising the turnaround
sharw
08/3/2016
13:47
Staggered that DIA jumped over 10% yesterday and has only lost a small amount of that, given the results look poor and without much sign of a rapid turnaround.
tompion
08/3/2016
13:26
Nap 14th.... Yes I agree they have that policy, yet this is a small part of the led market. I agree it would help companies in UK, locally we have had LED street lighting fitted recently, none are Dialight, contractors use whatever makes them the most profit rather than using UK supplied products, its all about money, they still rip off local authorities, so they could get a better product at the same price if the useless civil servants did a little bit of research. hTTp://www.financial-market-news.com/dialight-plc-dia-stock-rating-upgraded-by-investec/932274/
beeezzz
08/3/2016
12:57
beeezzz - If you want to supply the gov't (at ALL levels) in the US, you have to prove that the product is made in the US. It's our own fault for sheepishly following the ideology of "free market" when the others are not. As the yanks would say " ideology sucks, strategy wins!"
napoleon 14th
08/3/2016
11:16
I'm disappointed they have decided to close their UK operation another load workers out of a job...we like the US are exporting our jobs to cheaper countries, can't go on forever otherwise we will go bankrupt as a nation. It seems they are getting to grips with the new normal in LED sector where as usual cost matters not quality, Chinese rubbish swamping the market like everything else.
beeezzz
08/3/2016
10:53
No nasty shockers in the results for a change. The new board delivering exactly what they said. There has not been much of a decline today given the recent strong rally either. I think you might be right napoleon. I'm very happy to keep holding.
duncan doughnut
08/3/2016
10:35
The (speculative) theory is that IIs are moping up sells. DIA is a mess, so any investing would be to back the new CEO.
napoleon 14th
08/3/2016
08:49
Pretty ugly, Loss making, big exceptionals to come and divi cancelled. I would have expected a bigger drop at the open.
salpara111
08/3/2016
07:57
More cash burning to come by the looks of it. "3. The closure of the Group's UK plant is announced today. We expect non-underlying costs in 2016 relating to the closure and the other strategic initiatives to be around GBP12m, with cumulative cost savings of approximately GBP12m over the next three years. " "Underlying EBIT decreased 66% to GBP6.1m (2014: GBP18.1m). This was primarily the result of the business decision to employ additional headcount in advance of expected growth that did not materialise. There were also manufacturing inefficiencies relating to material sourcing, shop floor planning and tooling which were compounded by too many product variations. " The $64M question - Is the Coy over the worst or is it such a structural mess in an increasingly competitive market that it may just have residual value and crash out to a low ball (below current market cap)to another in th elighting industry looking to integrate the DIA revenue within their current capacity ? Still potentially toxic (imo) but Mr Market will probably prove me wrong. SP before market opens 495/510 Edited I also disagree with the allocation of the 2 items below to non underlying costs - They are very much (imo) a general cost of doing business. In particular (if I am reading correctly) write off of out of date stock. ?? Can any practicing accountant comment ? Non-underlying costs GBPm GBPm ------------------------------------------------ ------ ------ Inventory provision (6.0) (2.8) Goodwill and asset write-down (1.0) (1.3)
pugugly
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