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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 -0.93% 1,065.00 1,020.00 1,110.00 1,075.00 1,065.00 1,075.00 112,696 11:00:26
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 178.2 10.2 6.0 177.8 1,089

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11/1/2005
08:19
What with DATA and RTD, c&n etc showing huge growth, now if ASC gives a good trading statement on 21st...on line is exploding
noshy
11/1/2005
07:55
Datacash Group PLC 11 January 2005 DataCash Group Plc ('DataCash' or 'the Company') PRE-CLOSE TRADING UPDATE The Directors of DataCash Group Plc, the AIM listed payments service provider, are pleased to announce a pre-close trading statement to highlight its successes and growth strategy through 2004. This has been another encouraging year consolidating DataCash's position as the UK's leading bank independent payment-service-provider. •The Company achieved pre-tax profits (pre-goodwill amortisation) for 2004 in line with market expectations. •DataCash ended the year with more than £3m in net cash, compared to £1.55m at 31 December 2003. •Transaction volumes grew strongly throughout the year, driven by the addition of blue-chip clients, the continued growth of its existing customers' business as a result of the growing acceptance of Card-Holder-Not-Present retailing, and the impact of Broadband upon the e-tailing experience. •The Company continues to develop new 'value add' services, in partnership with leading suppliers. DataCash now offers merchants stored value services that support loyalty, gift and promotional schemes. It has also reached agreement with BT to integrate and offer its age and identity verification services to our clients. •The Company continues to explore opportunities with its partners in the 'cardholder present' retail market. It is clear that many retailers in the Company's target market are still considering their strategy, and are approaching the issue of the new technology with caution in view of the investment required. However we are confident the opportunity generated through the introduction of 'Chip and Pin' remains intact. •The prospects for 2005 are good, with further strong growth expected from the core business. The appointment of Terry Cave as Chief Executive in the summer has led to a number of new opportunities with large systems integrators and new channel partners. 2005 will see further investment in people and system development with the aim of accelerating the Company's growth in the future and further consolidating its market position. •The Company expects to report final figures in early April
riverdiver
10/1/2005
20:58
Getting close to trading statement if we are to get one - could pop any day now
britishbear
10/1/2005
16:07
Think I'm going in for a few more. Bumper intrenet sales, strong trading according to Numis in October, compund growth in transactions and the hope of a trading statement in January means they should be worth a punt both on a T10 and longer term.
everton448
05/1/2005
22:54
Linked I imagine to poor retail figures. I'm out for now, good luck 2 all.
smarm
05/1/2005
13:31
Last year DATA issued a pre close trading update on the 15th January 2004. Hopefully we will get a similar update this year that will include chip and pin news and an update on Christmas online trading. A tree shake today - NLR also down a similar percentage - linked to Amazon??
britishbear
05/1/2005
09:38
The markets are marking time a bit after US reaction to firming interest rates, which are not unexpected to counter any inflation risk. Opportunity for some to lock-in some gaons and for MM's to acquire some shares for the next run-up. Pre-trading statement and perhaps some new contracts due shortly..agree that chip and pin contracts have to be well structured and best that DATA accumulates same over time...any rush for market share could end in tears for some players/retailers. DATA have enough growth from existing areas of business and anything further would be a bonus. Expect shares to advance like RTD over short/medium term.DYOR
cyberian
02/1/2005
19:46
yikes - a PET poster - be afraid.......
zimbi
02/1/2005
16:26
sweety,article just about online trading and chip and pin growth and not Datacash directly.
tamaybroke
02/1/2005
16:10
Can NOT see anything on DATA in todays Sunday Times....which article/page are we talking about here then ? Could you please "cut an' paste" it on to this thread ?
sweet cherry pie
02/1/2005
14:27
Anybody here with RTD (Retail decicisions) as well? Unfortunately, missed the boat on RTD but caught DATA just in time. Tamay, saw the Times article today as well, the growth in this business is going to be extremely positive for companies such as DATA, RTD, NCH (Ncipher) and many others.
easytimes
02/1/2005
12:28
http://business.timesonline.co.uk Scroll down article "£8 purchase puts paid to cash"
tamaybroke
02/1/2005
11:31
There are many many articles talking about the massive growth in online sales this christmas. Given the general feel is that more transactions went through than expected I fully expect DATA to issue a positive trading statement - there was one early Jan last year that saw a large share price jump. Also many articles on chip and pin. DATA are one of the few stockmarket plays in this area. -------------------------- Online stores get black Christmas Published: December 30, 2004, 11:14 AM PST By Robert Lemos Staff Writer, CNET News.com TrackBack Print E-mail TalkBack Sales of goods on the Internet during the holiday season jumped to $8.8 billion, a 24 percent increase over last year, according to Internet service provider VeriSign. The data, culled from VeriSign's online payment services, which the company said handles 35 percent of North American e-commerce, showed a similar increase to earlier surveys that found online sales up 23 percent in November alone. VeriSign's data measured the total volume of sales between Thanksgiving and December 27. "Through the online data we collected, we have seen clear changes in consumer behavior such as accelerated weekday shopping activity, more confidence in buying digital goods from e-commerce sites, an increase in gift-certificate purchases as well as the direct impact of shipping lead times on sales," said Trevor Healy, vice president of payment services for VeriSign. The data gave Internet stores more to cheer about than their offline brick-and-mortar competitors. Analyst estimates for real-world retailers predicted a 2 percent to 5 percent increase in sales over last year, according to reports. In fact, the demand for shopping online may have caused some stores to become inaccessible during some periods. Electronics seemed to be the most lucrative category, averaging $291 per purchase. Housewares garnered the second highest average ticket price, at $148. The average sale amount overall was $145 per transaction
britishbear
28/12/2004
18:20
http://uk.biz.yahoo.com/041226/140/f97ym.html
tamaybroke
23/12/2004
10:29
Bear: I think the market is still (rightly in my view) heavily discounting chip and pin news in the price. After all, with such a struggle to win deals, the early wins may not be very profitable, and there will be significant set-up and marketing costs, which may have to be capitalised. No, I think this growth relates to the 4 per cent per month compound growth the company has been experiencing in CNP revenues for some time, with what must be a massive jump in revenues in the current quarter if all the reporting (and it is pretty widespread)about this being "the first true on-line Christmas" is born out. Mid January will be very interesting as all the post Christmas updates come out.
nunc
22/12/2004
09:11
Another 1/2% - looking good at the moment - needs to be backed up with a deal at some point unless there is insider buying ahead of christmas/new year newspaper and magazine tips for DATA. Not complaining and holding firm. This is still a very young company with massive potential and teh possibility of a dividend sooner that we may expect.
britishbear
21/12/2004
20:05
A lot of people are hoping for big progress in January as Chip and Pin deals ar announced - check back for the Shares interview with the CEO for some clues as to why many of us are very positive about this company. And remember Numis have a target of 116p without chip and pin - based on estimates which the CEO says will be "slightly beaten"
everton448
21/12/2004
18:16
hello....new kid on the block... is it to late to jump on board....for a purchase on wed. 22.12.2004 any advice wud be appreciated..
mik786
21/12/2004
12:03
Glad to see there are some of you still out there. Slow and steady is doing us fine. And that's in a time of no activity (announcements etc.)we have the pre-close trading statement to look forward to... Be interesting to see how revenue has gone.
nunc
21/12/2004
09:30
Another 1/2% will do for a days work. Needs another burst to take us to the £1.16 broker target.
britishbear
20/12/2004
20:31
gently Bentley
noshy
20/12/2004
16:28
slowly, slowly, catchy monkey - 1% a day will do for a while.
britishbear
20/12/2004
16:19
zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz..........
nunc
15/12/2004
12:25
lets not forget also that Terry Cave said the following in Shares magazine last month (1) He expects to make chip & pin announcements in Q1 2005, of which THERE WILL PROBABLY BE THREE (2) He expects to beat Investec's expectations 'slightly' in the current year. in the same article the Investec analyst said that earning's forecasts would be upgraded 'subsantially' following the chip and pin announcements in Q105 So a lot of the uncertainty/risk was removed, yet the market much to my astonishment didn't seem to pick up on it. Any chip & pin action is a bonus, the fixed cost base coupled with 4% monthly growth from its existing clients makes this a low risk holding in the only legitimate long term growth sector of our at capacity economy. Baheid
baheid101
15/12/2004
12:04
I wouldn't expect an RNS yet. Last year the company released an end-year trading update on 15 January, and I would expect them to do something similar this year, bearing in mind the well-reported rapid growth of e-commerce this year, and the equally well-reported swing in Christmas trading this year to internet shopping. The company reported earlier this year that its growth rate has increased from 3% compound per month to 4% compound per month. On the basis of the hike in broader e-commerce growth rates I would expect that to have increased further. There has already been a huge re-rating at Retail Decisions on the back of speculation about internet growth, and that re-rating seems now to be getting under way at Datacash. I think this share has been unduly affected by a silly concentration on whether or not it breaks into chip & pin, whereas the real action is in its existing market. What chip and pin will do is shift fraud onto internet trading, and further increase the market for Datacash, with its leading position in this area. Remember, the company only broke into profit a year ago.
nunc
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