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 0.94% 1,075.00 1,050.00 1,100.00 1,075.00 1,065.00 1,065.00 11,991 08:16:50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 157.6 -7.7 -11.0 - 1,099

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19/10/2006
16:20
ADVFN goes back to 2/1/97, probably some of the oldest data around. anyone know of any other sites?
bot53693752467
19/10/2006
16:06
not any longer. yahoo finance just goes back to may 2000 now. anyone know of any other sites that have UK stock prices going back further?
bot53693752467
12/10/2006
09:27
just dropping it so someone can pick up some cheap shares IMO.
pugg1ey
12/10/2006
08:43
I can't find anything which might explain this morning's fall. Any ideas anybody?
kenbachelor
09/10/2006
17:56
ken - ADVFN BB's don't dictate share prices, but volume does help! Looking OK in my opinion for a steady recovery.
dr knowledge
09/10/2006
16:46
This board has been here for over 3 years and it only has about 400 posts a year. Not many shareholders is the problem.
kenbachelor
09/10/2006
16:30
Are myself, slim9 and Ken B the only ones making money on this? seems very quiet for a share thats just bounced over 20% from a low last week.
pugg1e
06/10/2006
23:35
The Stock Market Reporter for Friday October 6th from UK-AnaIyst.com The confirmed approach to UKbetting on Thursday and a report in The Guardian that suggested UK companies may be set to fight the US legislation gave the batter gaming sector a boost. The newspaper said that British-based online gambling companies could join forces with the Antiguan government to challenge the new legislation. Following a complaint from Antigua, the World Trade Organisation ruled last year that US laws on online gambling contravened its rules. A World Trade Organisation panel will decide in November whether the US is now complying with its rules, the newspaper said. Shares in World Gaming bounced 2.75p to 7.75p and Sportingbet shares added 2p to 70p.
frontiercapital
06/10/2006
15:41
I'm also very happy
pugg1ey
06/10/2006
08:18
Sorry Dr K, I don't understand your post. I'm very happy.
kenbachelor
06/10/2006
08:11
Ken - the market needs sellers as well as buyers! Still far too premature to worry about sellers holding sway (imho), don't forget that a lot will be waiting to see some decent upwards momentum maintained - then you will see more buyers (volume still pretty low to say the least at current levels). I'd chill a little.
dr knowledge
06/10/2006
07:41
My purchases at 137p are looking good now, but what about the people who waited and got them for about 125p?
kenbachelor
06/10/2006
07:25
Whole gaming sector recovering from O/S levels..
frontiercapital
05/10/2006
16:07
lol! Fall though grossly overdone (along with PTEC), what with declining US revenues currently at circa 30%. Whilst all eyes are on the bigger fish (SBT, 888, NLR), both these stocks well worth looking at for slow, sustained recovery.
dr knowledge
05/10/2006
16:01
well look at that. someone's made a nice potential profit in just over a day!
pugg1e
05/10/2006
07:25
Decent start to the day!
frontiercapital
04/10/2006
16:18
my guess is the price was dropped in order to let some institution/directors get some shares on the cheap as may be proved by those big trades going through (although they were at 131p and the offer never reached that.)An RNS may clear things up.
pugg1e
04/10/2006
07:05
which has already started!
frontiercapital
03/10/2006
20:43
Think l will buy in to these tomorrow morning made a nice little earner out of NLR today and see no reason for a bounce in this one
wizzbizz
03/10/2006
17:16
DOH! Me and my big mouth! Still think this will recover so I will have to be patient.
pugg1e
03/10/2006
10:59
Odd that DATA have drifted down a bit today while NLR which admits to being totally screwed by this development have climbed back over 20%. Theres no accounting for investors!
hosede
03/10/2006
09:49
What is happening to that takeout bid for DATA which happened a few weeks back?
aerotus
03/10/2006
07:25
There is absolutely no reason why DATA can not recover to the 200p + levels in my view.
frontiercapital
03/10/2006
07:19
Yes and although I bought when they first dropped at 137p, things are looking OK for a small profit.
kenbachelor
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