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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ebiquity Plc LSE:EBQ London Ordinary Share GB0004126057 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 27.00 26.00 28.00 27.00 27.00 27.00 16,303 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 68.7 -6.5 -10.1 - 21

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10/1/2002
14:01
please explain (a bit more) . How much lower ?
errol6429
10/1/2002
13:57
All This has been a good stock for me, as I did buy it when it was still called Rhino and it took me out of a very big hole I had dug myself into. Did buy it again in summer 2000 and again it took me out of another hole. Now, I am not a professional (as I keep on digging holes and jumping head on into them, Qxl being the latest one), I've only done few courses on Technical Analysis and read few books about it, and from this it looks to me as if the chart is showing a classical WEDGE. This is a very bearish T/A signal. Today's fall does confirm it (well, to me it does, bear in mind I've already said I am not a professional), with the potential to go much lower. As always, DYOR. -Technical Analysis of the Financial Market- by John Murphy is a good book to start T/A Good luck Balto
balto
10/1/2002
11:46
The price today is nosing out downside from a rising wedge with numerous touching points. Volume has been diminishing during the triangle formation but has risen noticeably the last two days. A 5% breakout would require a price decline to 123p level. I am not a holder at present.
doctorbird
10/1/2002
11:13
Yes, yes ,yes - I know the xbox is technically better (but remember that GT3 was mad using only 35% of the ps2 theoretical power). BUT it IS much more expensive - and it will take time to build up a huge catalogue of games (like the ps2 now has).
errol6429
10/1/2002
10:50
Forget the cool factor - once you see Halo you will not turn away. And Errol - a PS fan you may be - but the Xbox has much faster graphics acceleration and a bigger hard-drive. Nothing wrong with a bit of healthy competition though.
kiscokid
10/1/2002
09:45
Xbox will be huge - although it will also be more than 100 pounds more expensive than ps2 (and not THAT much better).
errol6429
10/1/2002
09:45
I'm not sure whether xbox is as 'cool' as ps2 either.
errol6429
10/1/2002
09:34
X-Box is also likely to be thin on the ground when it comes out - sales in the US have been phenomenal and I am waiting for this as opposed to buying a PS2. I will check at lunchtime what the deal is for EBQ. My local store manager is a mine of company information. Anyone want me to check any other queries?
kiscokid
10/1/2002
00:17
it means that in the short term there would be less purchases of ps2's and games. ultimately it would be no more than a delay;if you can't buy the ps2 today you will buy it in 2-4 weeks times, in particular since there is no equal unit in the market for the time being, that is until the ms box comes in. such issues matters to large institutional holders holding millions of shares. to a small investor they may well be insignificant.
melfaraj
09/1/2002
20:08
mmm... maybe, but if they sold in a shorter period of time all the consoles that they were supposed to sell in a longer period of time, then surely that means more people buying games in the short-term , than they expected. Only real problem is if they can't get enough PS2 supply and other vendors are.
umair
09/1/2002
11:44
I think the fact that EBQ are running short of PS2's, isn't exactly brilliant, but it shows very high demand. If you buy your PS2 from them, you're likely to be back buying games too....
ian quigley
09/1/2002
08:40
listened to a director from dixons this morning on cnbc. he expects consumer demand to continue on the tech and gaming side of retail. part of the negative sentement surrounding retail is that the exceptiuonal demand could not be continued into the new year, hence the sell off. not so is the case, as it appears, with electronics and gaming consumer products. there was another negative report that ebq cannot get hold of enough ps2, in particular after the price has been slashed from £300 down to £200. again this could only be a temporary shortage. overall, the outlook looks very good indeed.
melfaraj
09/1/2002
00:32
here's where i lose all credibility there will be no interest rate increase this week there has only got to be talk about interest rates going up before everyone assumes they are up the press speculation was thay interest rates could be 5.5% by end of the year my guess 0.25% up at budget time kick me if i'm wrong agree about the 5% knock all round the same happened to medisys last month on producing good results now being recommended and well up on results day price
sirrah
08/1/2002
19:21
Let the good times roll, all this is excellent news and I expect the Share price will gain when the proffit takers move out. Can't wait for the release of x box and game cube. FEVS
fevs
08/1/2002
14:29
this is amazing!! price is really cheap now.I am sure we will get a huge rebound within the next few days,BUY!
sasimini
08/1/2002
14:27
it was nothing but an open secret that ebq had reaped a bumper profit this christmas. anyone who is anyone would be long on this stock in anticipation of todays results. the only way market makers can get their hands on stock is to panic the public into seling by dropping the price. remember also that market makers would have been short on the stock in order to satisfy the public's demand to buy this stock. therefore, the lower the price drops the more profitable it would be to the market makers. but this can only go on for very short perriods for a stock of such exceptional performance, few hours or days. after the said period the same market makers would start selling the stock they have collected from investors, but at an elevated price. the longer small investors hold out against panic selling the less they stand to loose to market makers.
melfaraj
08/1/2002
14:07
someone's havin a laugh with this price drop!!
ashtonm2000
08/1/2002
13:47
this is not the first time that this good stock is hammered for flimsiest excuses. last year at around november it had reached and exceeded the 70p mark only to see it go down 15% on one day on news of shortages of the ps2. the stock then took a nose dive to reach the 50p mark and then climbed up to some 130p. the market makers in the process, up and down, collected the stock cheap and sold it dear. they made a packet in the process. admittedly, today is a bad day for any retail stock, simply because the sector is down overall. in the end the tide generated by this stock can be kept at bay for so long. with a near 50% rise in profit it has one way to go, up!
melfaraj
08/1/2002
11:57
Guppyworld, Most retail stocks are getting hammered today-all mine down about 5% today. Good trading statements this a.m by NXT & PEA-they are also down. Could well be down to worries that interest rate may be increased this week. Tony
tonyx
08/1/2002
11:50
HEY...GREAT RESULTS... LET'S KNOCK THE SHARE PRICE DOWN BY 5% AND SAY WE'RE SHORT OF STOCK... WHAT ARE THEY PLAYING AT???
guppyworld
08/1/2002
11:21
isnt EBQ a SETs stock therefore no market makers?
jayenn
08/1/2002
10:14
My view is that the fall is due to profit taking and a general markdown in the retail sector in general on the basis that it looks like the party will be over when good old Eddie sits down again at the next MPC meeting.
scripophilist
08/1/2002
10:10
the dip is as exceptional as the results are staggering the charts the buy/sell ratio and the results indicate a rise i am constantly suprised at how the market works
sirrah
08/1/2002
10:04
These results are Exceptional the price at the moment is down 6.5 I strongly suspect their shaking the tree. Sputnick
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