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
  -35.00 -2.63% 1,295.00 1,290.00 1,300.00 1,295.00 1,295.00 1,295.00 27,029 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 157.6 -7.7 -11.0 - 1,324

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28/3/2005
06:30
Chipperfrd - many thanks for that - very helpful. ps - wonder whether you mean 21 for 2006 pe - wouldn't pe fall more dramatically on £3.2 million profit?
everton448
27/3/2005
20:50
Chipperfrd - (i) could you precis the rational for the buy recommendation, and (ii) what day was it published / received by subscribers (am wondering whether it's priced in by Thursday's rise) Thanks in advance.
everton448
27/3/2005
14:34
Fleet Stret Letter have a buy for DATA this week. Target of 200p.
chipperfrd
27/3/2005
10:56
http://www.epnn.com/epaynews9977.html
tamaybroke
26/3/2005
13:43
i agree with you melville. lots of growth in this sector . very little competition. i,d be surpised if its not close to £2 or higher by year end.
igoe104
24/3/2005
13:40
Added this morning. Looking forward to results on the 5th April.
everton448
24/3/2005
10:59
Added again yesterday as more confident that DATA will have an excellent '05, and continuing growth as other applications/clients are signed-up. Feel like Retail Decision there is a lot more to go for...the latter shares have trebled over past 6 months. DATA's free float is tight so one can get some large movememts...good Institutional support as mentioned before.
cyberian
23/3/2005
16:45
As I anticipated yesterday more falls today. And it looks as if some shrewdies were taking the opportunity to accumulate. Wouls expect this to rise now on run up to reults. I intend to buy tomorrow a.m. using this unexpectedd opportunity to pick up stock at what I hope will soon look like a bargain price... I hold so DYOR
everton448
23/3/2005
16:31
Well I thought I had missed the boat on this one when it shot up over 130p - but I have been able to buy onthe cheap thanks to a bout of March Madness.
initiate
23/3/2005
11:26
See a roll-over in 10,000 was done this morning at 11.09 am so the movement is a bit over-done. Results and a bullish overview (hopefully!!)are due in a few weeks, should see us recover from a rather patchy stock market at present. There are tax Y/E, and interest rate considerations tugging away at market sentiment currently, but some stability should return soon. Believe DATA are in good financial shape with large Institutional support.
cyberian
22/3/2005
15:46
Cheers for that BB & Everton. I've held DATA for sometime and shall continue to do so.
spoondog
22/3/2005
13:27
The sharp fall today mirrors the sharp rise a week last Friday. Those who bought then in response to a website tip will have to sell today or tomorrow or find the cash to become holders. Many traders will not want - or be able - to do that. Hence the drop. Expect more of the same tomorrow. But none of this effects the business we own. It is as good a bet now as it was before the rise (and fall). For my own part I have about 27,000 shares which I intend to keep hold of. Results a fortnight today will be in line with expectations plus we have Chip and Pin deals to come. Cutrrent trading is apparently very strong. And didn't they flag up the possibility of a dividend? Don't forget that with companies like Datacash small investors often know the business better than anyone in the City. Remember you have a stake in a fast growing business in a fast growing sector (CNP payments) with high barriers to entry. Perhaps an updated website should reassure people. Speaking of which.... As i said, I hold - so do your own research
everton448
22/3/2005
13:27
small caps and techs down across the board - DATA just following the trend. Nothing to worry about and just a few investors taking their money off the table ahead of the end of the tax year.
britishbear
22/3/2005
11:58
Any thoughts on today's drop? Tree shake?
spoondog
18/3/2005
14:48
Was there any press coveage of the RNS ? Not in UK to check. Good news though. Very happy. Hola Greeno if yer watching. Hope all is well with you.
ftsefetish
18/3/2005
11:08
hosede - don't forget that share price has gone up 45% in just over 6 weeks! At least some of the news was probably anticipated by the MMs. Regards.
samg99
17/3/2005
15:41
Surprised news of these deals has not had a bigger effect on the share price - but no doubt it will in time - as you say Melville they have to be highly profitable and with CNP transactions rising at the expense of CP, DATA look very well placed
hosede
17/3/2005
10:18
These type of deals are likely to be very profitable as its simply a case of dropping revenue onto DATA's fixed cost base. The aggregate volume of these deals today on their own probably arent massive but the key issue here is that if the new CEO can continue to deliver deals like this (there are potentially hundreds out there that he can tie up) on a regular basis over the next few years 1. The aggregate profit upgrades will be material suggesting a share price well in excess of these levels. 2. DATA will quickly pop onto the radar screen of bigger players who will think nothing of taking it out at a healthy premium to whatever the existing price is. Shares have run well and spivs who dont understand the story will inevitably take profits. Shrewd investors will buy the dips and let the good times roll on.
melville28
17/3/2005
08:50
Anyone have an idea how much these contracts are worth in sales or profit?
dunskey
17/3/2005
07:43
Very positive announcements today and I believe more good news to come with results and beyond as further developments in retail market kick-in over coming months.
cyberian
16/3/2005
19:21
Not too much longer to wait,MM's seem to be confindent,their taking a lot of stock at these levels without any real significent move on the bid.
tamaybroke
16/3/2005
16:48
results out 5th April ...
jangaman
15/3/2005
19:08
well at least we have got rid of some the short termers today,for those of us that hold may we be justifiably rewarded.
tamaybroke
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