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
  +0.00p +0.00% 830.00p 820.00p 840.00p 830.00p 830.00p 830.00p 3,102 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 157.6 -7.7 -11.0 - 849

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20/2/2007
17:01
If (Big If) there is ongoing institutional interest it could be a win win situation. There are still deals to be done like the recent Swedish Acquisition, and, payment processing as an industry seems to be less developed in Europe. The institutions can steadily buy in - it strenghtens the share price, allowing more acquisitions. A real Trojan horse.
tellarian
20/2/2007
15:58
MM's seem to be looking for stock still. Due to the relative illiquid nature of Data they keep upping the bid a point or two to squeeze out some sellers. Me thinks possible institutional buyer behind all this.............
stuart37
20/2/2007
13:25
I knew that previous post would scupper it!
pugg1ey
20/2/2007
11:22
nice tight spread ;-)
pugg1ey
16/2/2007
12:53
looks like the 50K hooverer upper is still around :-)
pugg1ey
09/2/2007
12:31
Don't think the two 350k trades are anything to do with the Netgiro acquisition as that is being funded from existing cash resources. Sounds like a cheap acquisition though - should be good news for Data share price once deal completed. The more payment providers that Data picks up the the more likely that a large finacial institution will buy Data. Data are in a great market space where they will make buckets of cash over the next few years. Although i'm normally a short term trader i have had these tucked away for 3 years and am looking forward to the next three...!!
stuart37
09/2/2007
11:26
I take it now DATA is completely separate now from the US legislation debacle. Very impressive recovery!
aerotus
09/2/2007
11:21
are those 350K trades to do with the recent purchase or is someone just buying a big wad of stock?
pugg1ey
07/2/2007
11:21
healthy couple of buys today I see Ken (and anyone else who owns these)
pugg1ey
05/2/2007
22:35
nice bounce back over 200p. hopefully onwards and upwards to 220p(and beyond?)
pugg1ey
02/2/2007
09:28
Well Fingers the first target (200p) has now been passed twice, so will we stay there this time? My chart shows DATA in a bit of a wilderness at the moment, with the 1x1 fan line converging with 228p.
kenbachelor
22/1/2007
09:53
Just a few words of caution. I've been a investor in thie online gaming sector for some considerable time and thus have built up quite a library of research. Re Neteller there is a direct parallel to Procyber and now thus Datacash. ProcCyber processed billions of dollars for Microgaming which is a privatly held online gaming company owned by the Moshal family in South Africa. Microgaming is both a software licensor and operator and thus the risks to them are arguably higher than the average payment processor. The recent news that the Feds are now investigating a number of UK institutions and issuing supoenas for them re information on who is behind the operating companies raises the risk here considerably. The beneficial owners of the Proccyber stock are the Moshal family! Sentiment will be hit as a minimum. Who knows where the US investigations will end up? Possible freezing of funds suggested re Neteller. I have sold my Datacash stock and will sit on the sidelines until we know more. (I dont short)
brownie69
19/1/2007
08:30
Powwow - Yes - That is when I bought them, at 137p.
kenbachelor
19/1/2007
08:26
Ken you dont need to read gaming news. Its everywhere, its part of datacash, not only that, when datacash went from £2.20 TO £1.30 , did you notice that, they made an annoucement re gaming.
powwow
17/1/2007
16:43
Powwow - No I don't read Gaming News.
kenbachelor
17/1/2007
16:39
Ken err dont you read gaming news. The Neteller founders have been arrested for money laundering. It affects everyone though datacash have stated they will no longer do the usa via proccyber.
powwow
17/1/2007
08:26
Whatever the reason for DATA's fall, I'm in this morning. 20,000 at 195p and 5,000 at 194p.
kenbachelor
17/1/2007
08:23
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17/1/2007
08:22
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17/1/2007
08:17
didn't see that one everton but I suspect you are right. maybe a bumpy ride for a few days
pugg1ey
16/1/2007
23:36
Suspect this is fallout from NLR
everton448
16/1/2007
16:11
Pugg1ey - Well it doesn't seem to be for mine. All that has happened since I placed the orders, is that the bid has gone up 1.5p.
kenbachelor
16/1/2007
16:00
KB. probably being manipulated by MM's for someone's buy order
pugg1ey
16/1/2007
15:56
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