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
  0.00 0.0% 1,065.00 1,050.00 1,080.00 1,065.00 1,065.00 1,065.00 1,733 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 157.6 -7.7 -11.0 - 1,089

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08/8/2005
06:35
Independent NO PAIN, NO GAIN: Derek Pain :- DATACASH (he is happy to retain DataCash, although he admits the company has yet to score the chip-and-pin credit card success he expected)
bitterlemontart
02/8/2005
07:43
Nice set of results and I toyed with the idea of topping up, but having looked at the numbers I think the good news is probably already in the price. The share price has had a good run recently, so a bit of profit taking this morning is understandable. Bought these in 2001 and have just let them ride, which is quite unusual for me! Still rate them as a long term hold.
swiftnick
02/8/2005
07:35
RNS Number:5913P Datacash Group PLC 02 August 2005 The following amends the interim results announcement released today under RNS number 5873P at 7am. The second line in the Profit & Loss Account named 'continuing operations' was included in error and has been removed. All other details remain unchanged and the full amended announcement appears below. DataCash Group Plc: DATA / Index: AIM / Sector: Support Services DATACASH GROUP PLC ('DataCash' or 'the Company') INTERIM RESULTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDED 30TH JUNE 2005 News Item The Board of DataCash Group plc, the payment service provider, is pleased to announce its half yearly results for the six months to 30th June 2005 Overview: * Continuing strong transaction volume growth * Turnover up 35% to #2.88m (June 2004: #2.14m) * Adjusted pre-tax profits* up 70% to #1.14m (June 2004: #670,000) * Cash balances risen to #4.14m (June 2004: #2.35m) * Diluted adjusted earnings per share 2.42p * before goodwill amortisation and National Insurance provision on share option gain. Chairman's statement The DataCash business continued to perform well in the first half of 2005. Although we significantly increased our investment in sales and marketing and in our technology infrastructure, pre-tax profits (before goodwill amortisation and NI on share option gain) rose by 70% to #1.14m (June 2004: #670,000) on revenues up by 35% to #2.88m (June 2004: #2.14m). Cash balances again grew strongly, increasing by #930,000 in the first half, and at the end of June 2005 were #4.14m (June 2004: #2.35m). This represents the equivalent of approximately 9p a share and is expected to increase further in the second half, reflecting both levels of activity and low working capital requirements. All our first half revenue was derived from our Card Holder Not Present (CNP) activities. Growth in CNP transactions processed continued in the first half of 2005, with volumes up more than 50% to 28.8m compared with 18.7m in the first half of 2004. Our investment in developing sales via partner channels continues to show good growth, with transactions from partners now more than twice the level of a year ago. We believe that the partner model has considerable potential and we have invested significantly in this area. We continued to invest in the Card Holder Present (CHP) market and we are optimistic that this still provides an important opportunity for the Group. Our partners are reporting renewed interest and prospect potential which should, we believe, enhance our future growth. The integration with CLICK2PAY, an E-Wallet, which we announced recently, has given us the ability to support a more diverse range of international transactions and we intend to continue to support and develop additional innovative services to remain a leader in our field. Further integration and partnering initiatives will strengthen and expand our offering enabling us to address new markets and opportunities previously not available to us. We have further invested in our operational infrastructure, including the deployment of our 'second site' based in Edinburgh, which provides significantly increased processing capacity and underpins systems resilience. No interim dividend is proposed (2004: Nil), although the Board expects to recommend a full year dividend for the year to 31 December 2005. Your Board looks forward to the future with confidence and believes that the second half of the year will see further progress. David Bailey Chairman 2nd August 2005 For further information contact: DataCash: Terry Cave (Chief Executive Officer): Tel: 0870 7274760 St Brides Media: Isabel Crossley: Tel: 020 7242 4477 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
bitterlemontart
02/8/2005
07:05
LONDON (AFX) - Datacash Group PLC said it expects to recommend a dividend at the end of the year after it reported a swing into profit in the first half to end-June. The payment service provider turned in a pretax profit of 110,000 stg, up from a loss of 318,000 stg, on turnover of 2.88 mln stg, up from 2.14 mln. The DataCash business continued to perform well in the first half of 2005, the group said. It said that, despite a significant increase in investment in sales and marketing and in technology infrastructure, pretax profits before goodwill amortisation and NI on share option gain rose by 70 pct to 1.14 mln stg. Cash balances again grew strongly, increasing by 930,000 stg in the first half, and at the end of June were 4.14 mln stg. This represents the equivalent of approximately 9 pence a share and is expected to increase further in the second half, reflecting both levels of activity and low working capital requirements. The group said all first half revenue was derived from Card Holder Not Present (CNP) activities. Growth in CNP transactions processed continued in the first half of 2005, with volumes up more than 50 pct to 28.8 mln compared with 18.7 mln in the first half of 2004. The group also continued to invest in the Card Holder Present (CHP) market and it said it is optimistic that this still provides an important opportunity for the group. "Our partners are reporting renewed interest and prospect potential which should, we believe, enhance our future growth." The integration with CLICK2PAY, an E-Wallet, announced recently, has given the group the ability to support a more diverse range of international transactions and the board said it intends to continue to support and develop additional innovative services to remain a leader in our field. Chairman David Bailey concluded: "Your board looks forward to the future with confidence and believes that the second half of the year will see further progress." newsdesk@afxnews.com
bitterlemontart
02/8/2005
06:35
Any comments ?
bitterlemontart
02/8/2005
06:31
RNS Number:5873P Datacash Group PLC 02 August 2005 DataCash Group Plc: DATA / Index: AIM / Sector: Support Services DATACASH GROUP PLC ('DataCash' or 'the Company') INTERIM RESULTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDED 30TH JUNE 2005 News Item The Board of DataCash Group plc, the payment service provider, is pleased to announce its half yearly results for the six months to 30th June 2005 Overview: * Continuing strong transaction volume growth * Turnover up 35% to #2.88m (June 2004: #2.14m) * Adjusted pre-tax profits* up 70% to #1.14m (June 2004: #670,000) * Cash balances risen to #4.14m (June 2004: #2.35m) * Diluted adjusted earnings per share 2.42p * before goodwill amortisation and National Insurance provision on share option gain. Chairman's statement The DataCash business continued to perform well in the first half of 2005. Although we significantly increased our investment in sales and marketing and in our technology infrastructure, pre-tax profits (before goodwill amortisation and NI on share option gain) rose by 70% to #1.14m (June 2004: #670,000) on revenues up by 35% to #2.88m (June 2004: #2.14m). Cash balances again grew strongly, increasing by #930,000 in the first half, and at the end of June 2005 were #4.14m (June 2004: #2.35m). This represents the equivalent of approximately 9p a share and is expected to increase further in the second half, reflecting both levels of activity and low working capital requirements. All our first half revenue was derived from our Card Holder Not Present (CNP) activities. Growth in CNP transactions processed continued in the first half of 2005, with volumes up more than 50% to 28.8m compared with 18.7m in the first half of 2004. Our investment in developing sales via partner channels continues to show good growth, with transactions from partners now more than twice the level of a year ago. We believe that the partner model has considerable potential and we have invested significantly in this area. We continued to invest in the Card Holder Present (CHP) market and we are optimistic that this still provides an important opportunity for the Group. Our partners are reporting renewed interest and prospect potential which should, we believe, enhance our future growth. The integration with CLICK2PAY, an E-Wallet, which we announced recently, has given us the ability to support a more diverse range of international transactions and we intend to continue to support and develop additional innovative services to remain a leader in our field. Further integration and partnering initiatives will strengthen and expand our offering enabling us to address new markets and opportunities previously not available to us. We have further invested in our operational infrastructure, including the deployment of our 'second site' based in Edinburgh, which provides significantly increased processing capacity and underpins systems resilience. No interim dividend is proposed (2004: Nil), although the Board expects to recommend a full year dividend for the year to 31 December 2005. Your Board looks forward to the future with confidence and believes that the second half of the year will see further progress. David Bailey Chairman 2nd August 2005 For further information contact: DataCash: Terry Cave (Chief Executive Officer): Tel: 0870 7274760 St Brides Media: Isabel Crossley: Tel: 020 7242 4477 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
bitterlemontart
01/8/2005
15:01
L2 update: 1 v 1 (WINS bid, MLSB offer)
samg99
01/8/2005
14:11
Thanks for that MAD. Looking good for a further rise IMO.
everton448
01/8/2005
13:17
137/139 L2 5 v 1
madaboutshares
01/8/2005
12:28
L2 anyone?
everton448
01/8/2005
08:42
RNS Number:5394P Datacash Group PLC 01 August 2005 1 August 2005 DATACASH GROUP PLC ("The Company") The Company has made an application for admission to trading on AIM for a total of 39,974 new ordinary shares of 1 pence each pursuant to the exercise of options under the Unapproved Share Option Scheme. The new ordinary shares on admission will be issued credited as fully paid and will rank pari passu with the existing ordinary shares. It is expected that such admission will become effective on 3 August 2005. END This information is provided by RNS The company news service from the London Stock Exchange
bitterlemontart
01/8/2005
07:55
AIM listed DATA on the move upwards again following the recent CHART BREAKOUT.... Results due out tomorrow....
bitterlemontart
01/8/2005
07:47
but not as positive as cyc . and cwo, lol
igoe104
01/8/2005
07:44
Opened today 137/138 L2 2 v 1 Online can sell 5k at a premium of 0.75 on the bid. However online could only buy 1500! After that trade showing this morning it is now 137/139 L2 4 v 2 So Friday afternoon could well have been a shake IMHO. Results out tomorrow, would expect to be positive having caused this breakout, however as always Please DYOR!
madaboutshares
30/7/2005
17:01
Anyone with any views on the results that are coming out soon. I'm hoping for more rise but who knows?
hoze
29/7/2005
08:47
L2 anyone please?
everton448
28/7/2005
17:30
DATA could go to 300p + in the medium term....
bitterlemontart
28/7/2005
15:53
Previous chart break outs tend to average about 20 pence upside - that suggests to me that there could be more profit to be had in the next couple of days (subject of course to results on Tuesday).
everton448
28/7/2005
15:53
Previous chart break outs tend to average about 20 pence upside - that suggests to me that there could be more profit to be had in the next couple of days (subject of course to results on Tuesday).
everton448
28/7/2005
15:45
Yes....AIM listed DATA closed up 7p at 139p....the highs of the day and a CHART BREAKOUT !
bitterlemontart
28/7/2005
15:40
CHART BREAKOUT ?!?!?
bitterlemontart
28/7/2005
14:20
DATA = 139p !
bitterlemontart
28/7/2005
13:02
Looking good. Happy to sit on my holding for £2. Will take a while but all the signs for good results are there. I also suspect that DATA is getting tastier and tastier as a takeover target.
britishbear
28/7/2005
12:40
BLT - The normal market size for DATA is only 2,000, but you shouldn't have any problem with 5,000 share trades.
kenbachelor
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