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% 1,150.00 1,140.00 1,160.00 1,150.00 1,150.00 1,150.00 8,159 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 157.6 -7.7 -11.0 - 1,176

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06/12/2007
20:03
not too far away from its all time peak now......somewhere between 500 and 600 pence...................Wish I had bought some back after they dropped so far.
johndee
06/12/2007
17:10
Who can blame him at the current valuation? "The Company was informed today that David Bailey, the Deputy Chairman of the Company, sold 100,000 ordinary sharer at a price of 306 pence per share. Following this disposal Mr Bailey is beneficially interested in 605,562 Ordinary Shares which represents 0.66% of the issued share capital of the Company." http://www.investegate.co.uk/article.aspx?id=200712061652443835J&fe=1
scburbs
14/11/2007
20:01
anyone out there. wheres everyone gone
wisecat
23/10/2007
12:02
One of Datacash's largest US peers Cybersource is making an acquisition of a rival called authorize.net at 38x 2008 earnings. If Datacash was put on the same valuation this would give a share price of 420p vs current price of 290p, another 40% upside. Company fundamentals at Datacash look extremely good (see earlier posting). BUY
jollychappy
12/10/2007
11:41
Yep, I would have had more money on the Spanish inquisition! This is now my worst short, but then so was CWP before it plummeted. In the same way certain shares can stay undervalued for a long time others can remain overvalued. I am going to remain short for the forseeable future, but nothing much to post about here for a while. Congratulations to those who have ridden this up to £3.
scburbs
12/10/2007
10:03
Well well, I don't think anyone expected 300p
farnesbarnes
10/10/2007
15:20
Theres been a large rise in the last week, anyone know why? its not only on the back of good results, is it!
raybrown
10/10/2007
11:19
What happend to all the people who said sell!!
raybrown
06/10/2007
06:41
A NEW HIGH AND ITS ALL GONE QUIET
wisecat
27/9/2007
17:41
SOUNDS GOOD TO ME.THAT WILL UPSET THE SHORTS NOW A NICE GLASS OF MALBEC... CHEERS
wisecat
27/9/2007
04:45
Following H1 results, this is still THE stock to buy, despite the recent strong performance and high rating. Why? • Despite the recent problems in the US Gaming market, Datacash still managed to post H1 earnings growth of 5%. This proves that the non-US businesses are doing extremely well. For example, transaction growth outside the US was 30-35% in the period. • This company is a major CASH MACHINE. Net cash increased from £15.3m pounds to £19.4m in just 6 months. • Operating margins are rising quickly due to the inspired decision to merge with Proc Cyber. The "value-added" services that Proc Cyber offer strengthen the earnings quality of the whole group. • Brokers are still upgrading forecasts. Datacash can still deliver c.25% earnings growth going forwards that more than justifies current valuation. The only risk to earnings would be a marked slowdown in e-commerce transactions – not a significant concern today.
jollychappy
26/9/2007
09:29
The most telling factor on DATA is the half on half progression, although progression is probably not the right word! Turnover H2 2006 - £11.43m H1 2007 - £9.86m (-14%) Operating profit H2 2006 - £5.552m H1 2007 - £4.888m (-12%) I believe this is the first time that DATA has no shown quarter on quarter progression. Also indicative that there is a significant challenge to show growth in H2 2007 given the lost business.
scburbs
26/9/2007
07:40
Well done on your profit Ken - you've ridden Data beautifully!
capntubs
25/9/2007
16:19
Trades over NMS don't have to be declared until EOD. Don't trust ADVFN figures - they are indicative only. As are they buys / sells. Edit - don't trust they 25,000 buy today. WT suggests trade between mm's.
farnesbarnes
25/9/2007
12:05
I've got a bit of a mystery, if anyone can explain At 9.42 this morning I sold 25,000 at 260.5p but it still hasn't appeared on the trades screen. There is a sale at 261p which might fit the time, but it was deleted and has now been replaced some some time later.
kenbachelor
25/9/2007
07:58
Below is the Chart for the period around iterims 12 months ago released on 5th September 2006. At that time the results showed an increase in adjusted earnings per share of 58% from 2.43 to 3.86p the share price rose on the day to value the company then at 223p/share. 12 months on adjusted eps has risen 5.4% from 3.86 to 4.07, eps growth is therefore 10% of what is was 12 months ago and the share price is 16.6% higher at 260p. free stock charts from www.advfn.com
capntubs
25/9/2007
07:38
Anyone decipher the year on year comparatives for the 2 businesses ? Am always suspicious when they try hide it.
woracle
25/9/2007
07:36
"Significant wins in Retail and Travel sectors". Two sectors which will suffer over the next few months. Retail? Christmas? Credit crunch?
farnesbarnes
25/9/2007
06:55
Don't forget ProCyber is in the comparatives only for 1 month! Basic eps down from 3.41p to 1.06p Adjusted eps up just 5% to 4.07p from 3.86p Last year ProCyber generated £1.182m turnover and £520k operating profit. If you extrapolate that over 6 months it should be £7m turnover and £3.12m operating profit. Add this to last years pre-ProCyber business and you get £10.792m turnover and £4.48m operating profit. The outturn was £9.9m turnover and £4.89m operating profit. I can't see much progression here. ProcCyber performed spectacularly in H2 last year so difficult to see how they can match that performance in H2 this year. Is a P/E of over 30 right for a business that is running to stay still with adjusted eps up just 5% and massively hard comparatives in H2?
scburbs
25/9/2007
06:33
overall summary ok, but read the small print. any one else smell rat. hh
huwrayhenry
13/9/2007
11:04
and i too! holding a largest short. get down.
huwrayhenry
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