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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
  -0.50 -1.52% 32.50 31.00 34.00 33.00 32.50 33.00 8,000 13:25:36
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 69.4 -2.5 -7.4 - 25

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
28/2/2002
22:16
I would say 160+, but the PE scares me a little...
bowser
28/2/2002
17:18
Just been on the EBQ web site, there are about 70 x-box titles available to pre order right up until september, should keep most people happy up to xmas. Ebq price prediction by end of march is 150p+. anyone else with a prediction??? FEVS
fevs
28/2/2002
16:20
fevs if only we knew so much will depend upon xbox sales and games etc , easter is early this year (late march) so forget that chocolate egg and buy a computer game instead.. treat the wife to a new games console ( or give her the old one and treat yourself......
pjw956
27/2/2002
15:31
Not long now until the x-box is released over here. How many of these consoles are EBQ likely to have in stock on release day, as an article in computer active mag says that most US stores sold out of stock on the first day. This must then create an even greater demand for the console. Anyone with any thoughts on what the price will be Mid/end March??, as the price has stayed pretty constant during FEB FEVS
fevs
26/2/2002
10:20
any new products that continue to add to the overall market will be positive for EBQ. each on their own are small beer but together they add up. XBOX, game cube, PS2 etc etc
pjw956
25/2/2002
16:49
Has anybody any views on what impact the proposed introduction of the platinum range at £19.99 on PS2 will have to EBQ. I would have thought it would help encourage more buyers of the PS2 with the availability of better value games (they will apparently include GT3 and taxi driver) where they currently thought the system was a good price but £40 a game was a bit steep. Also it would allow some good starter packs to be sold by EBQ, both then opening up the games market to a larger number of users who would in turn still buy the more expensive games.
coldjay
17/2/2002
11:32
Xbox in the Mail on Sunday today.
bowser
13/2/2002
18:14
The game cube is apparently aimed at the kids, and in my opinion Nintendo concentrates on the Japanese markets more than the western ones when it comes to consoles (brand loyalty blah blah). There are going to be few big games like Luigies Mansion, Biohazard and of course Mario. Game cube is for serious gamers but with its game types skewed towards the innocent and cute instead of the mature. Game cube obvious advantage is its price (£100 less than Xbox)and it does this by omitting DVD capability and by making the architecture leaner than Xbox. But hey, who cares?? EB will supply all the console types anyway!!. BRING ON PS3........
bowser
13/2/2002
10:34
I've just been looking at the info on the EB web site about the Game Cube and it states that it doesn't play DVD's or CD's ( X-box plays dvd's, not sure about cd's). I would of thought that most families who where looking at buying a new console would go for the dvd/cd option as their first choice of console, unless they have already bought the ps2. Is the game cube going to be for serious gamers???. please post your thoughts FEVS
fevs
10/2/2002
00:38
Just been reading Edge magazine, theres 3 pages on EBQ. It talks about the relationship between retailers (esp EBQ) and publishers. Saying that retailers have publishers over a barrel. EBQ apparently charges £10,000 to publishers just to put their game in the catalogue, and many smaller publishers simply cant afford it and can actually end up making a loss at the outset. Hmm, i'm putting money in EBQ and EID then. EID is a bargin right now and is big enough to collaborate with EBQ better than the smaller publishers not even to mention the likes of Sony, Microsoft, Nintendo and maybe Sega. Hmmm, I see a sort of oligopoly forming in the computer games industry.
bowser
10/2/2002
00:17
If I remember correctly I read on one of the games sites that full price Xbox titles were likely to be £45. Amazon pre-orders are pegged at £42.99.
trumpet
08/2/2002
17:05
GAMES FOR THE GAMECUBE WILL BE £39.99.....
raveningwolverine
08/2/2002
15:13
Hopefully the price will continue to make steady progress up until the x-box is released then we might see a bit more action right up until the gamecube comes out. Will the games for these two consoles be about the same price as ps2 games,does anyone know?? FEVS
fevs
08/2/2002
14:33
slow steady progress
sasimini
06/2/2002
23:53
Nintendo's Gamecube is due for release on May 3rd at around £150-£170. So, Microsoft's Xbox is being released the beginning of March and the Gamecube two months later...hmmm, two peaks coming up or maybe just one big one!!.
bowser
05/2/2002
10:47
It hasn't gone unnoticed ;-) I'm a late arrival, at £1.30 and £1.35. Looking forward to another exceptional statement covering the Easter period and following months - Xbox Launch, Gamecube Launch, PS2 price reduction to £170 to fend off competition. Unusually the launch titles look strong too. The price moved in anticipation of the Xmas period sales, looks like the same this time around for Easter.
trumpet
05/2/2002
00:31
big buys going through this morning but stuck at 140...looks promising for this week.
pjw956
04/2/2002
23:18
I believe it will not fall below 1.35-1.37, not unless some really bad news hit the street
panagos
04/2/2002
19:59
some big sells aswell???.needs to rise a bit more to sugest total breakout.
boroklyn
04/2/2002
15:18
Heh! Total break out!!
bowser
01/2/2002
17:59
bought some back at 1.40, if it falls below 1.35 im selling
panagos
01/2/2002
16:43
The way these are going at the moment i think 150p could be reached fairly soon. Today it broke through the 12 month high of 140p. the following was copied from investtech.com Has risen 221% since the bottom on 17 Aug 2000 at 43.00. Is within a rising trend, which indicates a continued growth. Has also broken a resistance level in the short term and given a buy signal for the short-term trading range It also say there is resistance at 180p and support at 92p. 92p doesn't look likely to me so is 180p the next real resistance??? Let me know your thoughts. FEVS
fevs
31/1/2002
18:48
I have read a few reports suggesting waiting until 1.70 or 2.00 before selling. I'm holding on to mine for a little bit longer.....
ah20206
31/1/2002
17:16
I sold some at 1.35 just before the resistance of 1.37 has broken. I believe I can see an inverted head n shoulders....so I belive 1.50 is getting closer. I might buy back 2torrow morning. Any opinions??
panagos
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