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 594 07:36:57
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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22/3/2010
19:46
and interims can be paid prior to shareholder approval, i think
cnx
22/3/2010
19:37
New higher tax regime that is on the way?
redleafboy
22/3/2010
19:08
Yes - I'd like to ask a question. Why pay a second interim dividend rather than a final one? Am I missing something?
kenbachelor
22/3/2010
17:55
Any comment on todays RNS?
redleafboy
17/3/2010
16:11
After weeks of rapid erosion and a second interim dividend, we've suddenly got a positive move with no apparent cause. Ideas anybody?
kenbachelor
01/3/2010
19:38
I'm sticking with the idea that only 120p-150p is reasonable value on the basis of EPS. Admin costs still too high. Should be a much higher margin stock than this.
dasv
25/2/2010
16:55
I always thought of getting back in.........maybe I will if that happens then.
johndee
25/2/2010
16:53
I see. Mind you - the performance and the development over the last few years has been decent. Can just see a slide as newer buyers lock in profit.
bonio10000
25/2/2010
16:50
yeah started at 60 pence feb 29th 2000........then share split 10 for 1.......but when it was 60 pence it was same value as 600 pence now. Was soon below 50 pence though.......within hours of coming back from suspension. Was suspended at 5 or 6 pence before xmas 1999......came back about 10 times more value........I held through the suspension.......missed to sell when offered 56 pence..........got about 25.6 pence in the end......equiv to 256 pence now.....was ok as I bought them at 1.25 pence......18 fold........best one I ever had.
johndee
25/2/2010
16:45
???????? Not unless there has been some short of share split.
bonio10000
25/2/2010
12:56
To think they were almost 600 pence once...........
johndee
25/2/2010
12:31
Finally broken 200p. would expect a slow decline from here, unless the results are spectacular.
bonio10000
16/2/2010
02:49
m1tu it is now mid feb
cnx
13/10/2009
11:20
oh yeah? why?
dasv
13/10/2009
09:53
data cash share price wil explode first week november.
m1tu
15/9/2009
13:55
The thing about issuing a replacement statement is that it is embarrasing. Given how embarrasing it is, it is advisable to do your best to get it right second time. DATA appear to have fallen down on that basis and not changed the June 2008 to 0.4p in the overview section! "Interim dividend increased by 25% to 0.5p (June 2008: 4.0p)" http://www.investegate.co.uk/Article.aspx?id=200909151242230834Z
scburbs
15/9/2009
13:04
The Admin expenses are rising faster than revenues.... not a good sign. That dividend has just been slashed 90% too. I thought it looked too high. RNS Number : 0834Z Datacash Group PLC 15 September 2009 DataCash Group Plc announces the following amendment to the Half Year Results Announcement released on the 15 September 2009 under RNS number 0420Z. In the Overview section on the first page of the announcement, the final bullet point should have read that the interim dividend increased by 25% to 0.5p (June 2009: 0.4p) and not 5.0p (June 2008: 4.0p) as previously reported. All other details remain unchanged.
davidosh
15/9/2009
10:56
not impressed - though I guess like all other companies they've been through a recession too. Administrative expenses are just guzzling their profits. So despite broker forecasts for 2010, 2011 looking rosier, at present they are over-valued. I might consider buying some at 124-156p (active targets on daily point and figure) I suppose. 2010 will see them making money on the world cup (the implication in the statement - less money in 2009 because of no summer football). 6 months | 6 months | | ended | ended | Year ended 30 June 2009 | 30 June 2008 | 31 Dec 2008 | Revenue | 18,009 | 12,228 | 28,037 | Administrative expenses | (10, 677) | (6,728) | (14,205) |
dasv
15/9/2009
10:29
Yikes ! Basic and diluted eps came out at just 1.6p so you can see why those digging deeper than the headlines may have been worried into selling. There is probably far better value elsewhere on pure fundamentals but at least the confidence for the future is shown by increasing the dividend.
davidosh
15/9/2009
08:27
It looks like a 1p increase in the divi and a 21p fall in the price of each share. Somehow I don't feel too good about that!
kenbachelor
15/9/2009
07:40
Indeed it will. For every £10,000 you hold the increase is worth £4! DATA continues to perform strongly, but given the company buys contracts I am not sure it is appropriate to just focus on the adjusted eps (excluding amortisation of contract acquisition costs). Whilst DATA seemed to have persuaded people to ignore it, basic eps is flat.
scburbs
15/9/2009
07:27
The 25% increase in divi will be very handy.
kenbachelor
09/6/2009
10:06
Did anyone see the recent brokers note from Investec? Extract below: 28 May 2009, United Kingdom DataCash Group Support Services Buy 261p Potential upside 25% Target price 325p New world order We believe Datacash is ideally placed to become one of the world's leading providers of online payment services. The group is well invested, has excellent quality KPIs, a broadening range of services and is building a global capability. With net cash, no pension issues and the enormous opportunity that the e-commerce market offers, we reiterate our Buy recommendation. Key points �� Structural growth. There is increasing evidence from a range of brands that consumers are using the internet for a widening range of products/services. �� Growing value-add. Datacash, with an increasing focus on new services such as fraud protection and currency conversion, is moving up the value chain. �� Net cash. The model is highly cash generative and we forecast net cash of £18m at December 2009, rising to £31m in 2010. �� Size of the opportunity? Consider the global nature of e-commerce, the potential number of users, the increasing range of products/services offered and the speed of development. Then translate that into the need for online payment services. We believe the opportunity is multiples of Datacash's valuation. There are some favourable multiple comparisons with its most obvious competitors internationally – Cybersource (US) and Wirecard (Germany). Price has fallen since this note.
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