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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Dods Group Plc LSE:DODS London Ordinary Share GB00BNYKJJ86 ORD GBP0.28
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 75.00 70.00 80.00 - 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 27.8 -1.3 -0.2 - 437

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
28/3/2012
06:25
Graham1TY, did they get back to you? Do you have the results date? TIA
foreigner34
13/3/2012
10:44
That it was useful !!
solarno lopez
13/3/2012
10:33
Just spoken to their head office. Calling me back re dates for results. But..... Fire at head office on Friday and had to move out. What can you read into that !!
graham1ty
21/2/2012
09:01
Rather at a loss to understand the reason to change the accounting date...everyone knows it is a year of two halves and one rather suspects the worst
cerrito
12/1/2012
23:19
Agree with you all that while in general terms it is good that the business is bulked up and there are synergies I am none the wiser if it makes financial sense, although I guess Lord Ashcroft does. Glad to see no change in trading conditions; they will find it a hard slog in the first half year though hopefully the French presidential elections will give some business to their French operation.
cerrito
12/1/2012
10:14
Interesting that they wax lyrical about the bnefits bit give no financials..always a worry
solarno lopez
12/1/2012
10:07
Overpaid? I can see how the new business will add an instant revenue stream and complement their existing monitoring service but is it worth the money they are paying for it? Anyone on here good with valuations?
foreigner34
12/1/2012
07:22
looks good to me but I wonder what the profitability or otherwise of the new group is ?
solarno lopez
12/1/2012
06:26
News out this morning???
foreigner34
11/11/2011
09:27
It certainly was
solarno lopez
10/11/2011
19:47
Guys, can anyone actually verify any of that? As far as I know Politics Home was one of Lord Ashcroft's companies. How can he be furious about the acquisition? I thought it was his idea in the first place or am I getting this wrong? Anyway, why would the company cease trading if, potentially, under new management/new CEO the business could be turned around. Why cease trading if you can throw the CEO overboard (provided that finances are OK)?
foreigner34
10/11/2011
16:59
thankyou very much.
bubbleandleek
10/11/2011
16:02
send the link pls
bubbleandleek
04/11/2011
19:46
Sorry meant the share price is unloved...but somebody is interested...to the tune of £105 worth of buying today...
kimball808
03/11/2011
22:50
I sincerely hope that good times are ahead but concerned about being unloved -Kimball and that means the Civil Service contract will be harder to win - confidence Hope they have plan B up their sleave
vino
01/11/2011
23:04
ref tender results difficult to get clarity by googling guess need to speak to the company
cerrito
01/11/2011
18:40
Strange how the 2011 forecast has disappeared from Digital look.... This company seems truly undervalued..but so unloved...agree with point 7. if Dods can bag a hansom stake in the CSL then a budding relationship with Mr Market may start to bloom...Do we know when the tender results will be released?
kimball808
29/10/2011
13:54
Been looking at this to see if merits a further buy after the recent price falls. I think it will depend on how I feel Monday morning as it is more a question of one's gut feel rather than an analysis of the numbers. Noted the following 1. There have been no broker's forecasts for about 6 months- hardly surprising as must be very difficult to forecast anything 2. Trading over recent weeks has been slow except on Oct 13 when almost 3m shares traded-ie 2% of total. 3. Note that at year end they had tax losses of £1.5m ie just under 20% of total marcap but just £317k recognized in the balance sheet. Interesting to see that they have benefited in at least the three last semesters with income tax credits 4. Head office expenses in the first half were £530k quite a heavy burden when revenue was just £6.1m 5. I did not go to any political conferences this year; however I did wonder when I read how lobbyists etcet outnumbered ordinary party political members if this phenomenon (so key for DODS profits) has peaked. 6. Grant above not very conclusive 7. Obviously any outcome from Civil Service learning will be of vital importance.
cerrito
28/9/2011
08:05
As we expected interim results not very pretty and interesting to note that UK turnover fell in this half year to £4.6m from the comparatives for 2010 of £6.4m . Cash flow pretty ugly especially given ongoing IT expenditure and the current position also ugly with negative working capital...saved by their suppliers. I read the going concern statement carefully and also the FD's description of the financial position as robust; while the financial position is not fragile the figures would not suggest it is robust especially as there will be further strains with the pick up of conference activity. Be interesting to see if we get a dividend. Brighter spots are the more active second half and if one wants to clutch at straws the French elections next spring will give their French business a boost. For me the shares are correctly priced with hopes of m and a activity outweighing the rather dismal financials.
cerrito
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