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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Globaldata Plc LSE:DATA London Ordinary Share GB00B87ZTG26 ORD 1/14P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -10.00 -0.84% 1,180.00 1,150.00 1,210.00 1,180.00 1,180.00 1,180.00 1,300 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 178.2 10.2 6.0 197.0 1,206

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
09/12/2004
14:59
IBG wow, i should have bought more. Krutt
krutt
09/12/2004
12:32
davemake, On our developers' to do list is rewriting the whole Data section. We will try and fill the data in for the indices for the last few days though. Regards Siri
shirishg
08/12/2004
17:54
The URL below does not contain Indices data e.g. UKX, ASX, T1X, ASX. Neither does it contain Sector Data UB47, UB48, UB49, UB52 etc. http://data.advfn.com/downloads/daily/TOA20041208.csv When will ADVFN fix this problem once and for all? This data has been on these file type for years - check any file from say 2 weeks ago to prove it (This statement to prove to ADVFN that they did once supply it) :-)
davemake
07/12/2004
16:42
On line sales is where its at. Check out the recent rise in IBG, people buying shares in big numbers here. I see no reason why DATA should not continue to improve share price also. Krutt
krutt
07/12/2004
14:40
Interesting item on BBC lunchtime news. Pre-Xmas retail sales and footfall in High St down 1% YOY. Spokesman for John Lewis said that High St sales were static, up just 1%, but their on-line business was up 87% year-on-year. If boring old John lewis are up 87%, then more generally on-line sales this year must be showing extraordinary growth. As the leading cardholder not present payments business, that must be very powerful news for Datacash, whose shares - and threads - seem to have gone to sleep recently.
nunc
07/12/2004
06:46
No data for 6th Dec either (including interface) - looks like i'm xmas shopping until ADVFN can sort out the problem.
davemake
06/12/2004
13:58
davemake, If you use the interface for the downloads, you can get all the data needed. The Quick links are predefined lists which are created at a specific time in that day. Since there was a problem with our legacy systems on Friday afternoon, this process may not have completed. If you use the interface, it will generate the data on the fly and will pull the data out correctly. Regards Siri
shirishg
06/12/2004
13:23
Dave, If you're stuck I can give you an extract from Sharescope as a single CSV file - though this obviously doesn't resolve the ongoing problem of data availability If you want this, leave an email address here
zzaxx99
06/12/2004
13:04
When is the estimated time of complete restoration? I need this data before I can trade. Re your reply: At the moment, if you are looking for particular close prices, you can obtain them from our quote page and download historic daily information. Answer: I use all of the FTSE350 OHLCV prices for data mining purposes - I don't intened to download 350 individual historical prices.
davemake
06/12/2004
10:14
davemake, This is part of our legacy systems and will require a complete rewrite to coincide with our current infrastructure. At the moment, if you are looking for particular close prices, you can obtain them from our quote page and download historic daily information. Regards Siri
shirishg
06/12/2004
09:58
back to top....
davemake
06/12/2004
09:25
Come on lads - We need Friday's closing data - when will service be restored?
davemake
05/12/2004
11:06
Just talks about chip and pin and that soon retailers will be beating a path to DATA's door. Very few chip and pin plays on the stockmarket. Confident we will get back over a £1 in the near future.
britishbear
04/12/2004
16:35
Does anybody have the link to the article or post the details of the Daily Mail article? If it is more than just two lines then it could have an impression. Thanks.
easytimes
04/12/2004
14:35
Only the Mail? disappointing !
hectorp
04/12/2004
13:49
GEOFF FOSTER - DAILY MAIL - 04/12/04
sweet cherry pie
04/12/2004
13:35
Tipped in Daily Mail today.
jasper65
03/12/2004
15:35
Numis has a buy rating and 32p price target for Albidon, a hold stance on Burtonwood, a buy rating and 116p price target for Datacash, an increased price target and rating upgrade for De La Rue, a sell rating and 40p price target for Game Group
libertine
30/11/2004
15:03
Main guidance is from Broker and various broker up-dates.....there is some delay on the chip and pin take-up but that is a retail sector problem. They are hedging their bets and stalling just to see how things settle/fit. Some major names I understand have had some serious teething problems. Again my impression is that recent developments are quite satisfactory with DATA. The big confidence booster I sense will be a company trading up-date/guidance in early January, along with some pretty exciting revenue news. Have to retain confidence in the board and the new CEO who I believe is well respected in the retail industry etc.
cyberian
30/11/2004
09:23
Cyber - You sound like someone who has an inside track on data whether it is via a friend of personnal. Some potentially interesting hints.....what is the input that is least expected for example?
britishbear
30/11/2004
00:16
See someone provided some stock at 89p (100,000 shares)and the price held...this could be a sign that the house brokers want an orderly market in the shares. Institutions and Directors have some 75% of stock so can see that a rise over £1 is possible on up-market trading news early in January. RTD are doing very well and would not be surprised to see some migration over to DATA soon. Believe new CEO is growing the company and broadening its software benefits to existing and new areas of client application. Probably get some input when least expected...patience is needed in the meantime.
cyberian
26/11/2004
09:59
Stock very tight on line only 5000 available, you have to pay a premium for an order of any size greater than that. Stockport
stockport
25/11/2004
17:33
Waiting for the next growth figures. It is interesting to compare DATA with Neteller and EPO - both are in the same general area. Neteller seem to be doing well with online gambling sites who are also DATA's main customers. If Neteller takes off and more and more people open Neteller accounts I assume this would take business away from DATA. DATA of course have all the standard online payment areas sown up and the chip and pin side of things but trends must be watched. Holding DATA, RTD and NLR.
britishbear
25/11/2004
16:46
Is anyone awake?
nunc
25/11/2004
00:33
RTD chart breakout also Techmark inclusion.
the knowing
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