Globaldata Plc

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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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 1,305.00 15,577 08:02:31
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1,270.00 1,340.00 1,305.00 1,300.00 1,300.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Internet Portals 243.20 30.50 25.80 50.19 1,543.85
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:28:42 O 100 1,284.50 GBX

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14/11/200720:01Still undervalued!!!!1

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Posted at 27/2/2023 13:47 by boadicea
Comparing DATA with CNIC which also reported today, their relative values seem to be seriously out of kilter. On this basis, DATA can hardly be reckoned as undervalued.
Posted at 26/1/2023 10:48 by pottsypotts
Just been running my beady eye over these, looks like a big sell today bringing the price lower ( wonder if it's another director sale)
Posted at 24/12/2022 10:16 by wad collector
IC reviewed DATA again in their end of year AIM review @1175p. Still a cautious HOLD. Which repeats the advice in Feb at 1301p and Aug at 1075p. Which I suppose is consistent. Sort of.
Posted at 05/8/2022 15:26 by wad collector
Ah , today's continuing rise may be related to an IC article yesterday. It points out the debt rise was because of the acquisitions. At the 1075p price they rated a hold as despite the debt and interest rates, the subscription rates are high as is the cash flow.
Mind you, they also rated it as a hold in Feb when it was 1301p.

Posted at 29/11/2021 13:02 by tradertrev
No, but if you contact the registrars who administrate the company's share register they will be able to tell you, and will probably offer to exchange your certificate for whatever is the current equivalent.
Posted at 29/11/2021 12:14 by neilrr
Does anyone know what 1929 shares in TMN Group from 2007 translates to in DATA shares after any splits/consolidations/takeovers etc etc?
Posted at 23/10/2020 12:52 by energeticbacker
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Posted at 04/8/2020 19:15 by old father time
This share price is nonsense - the madness of AIM. A p/e ratio of 282 and a market value 10 times TURNOVER. And this for a company in a niche market with a relatively slow growth rate. Things can only go one way.
Posted at 01/8/2019 14:29 by littleredrooster
Annual revenues in the global cloud infrastructure market are expected to roughly triple over the next three years to $133 billion, led by AWS and Microsoft's Azure cloud business


Amazon Reigns Over Cloud Market

30/07/2019 11:48pm
Dow Jones News

By Angus Loten Inc. continues to dominate the market for basic computing resources that companies access online, largely by outspending its rivals on data centers and other physical resources, corporate tech executives and industry analysts say.

Annual revenue from Amazon Web Services, or AWS, grew 27% last year to $15.5 billion, representing nearly half of the $32.4 billion in total revenues generated by providers in the global cloud infrastructure market, Gartner Inc. said in a report this week.

Microsoft Corp., its closest rival, captured roughly 15% of the market, up from 12.7% in 2017. No other cloud provider broke 10%, the report said.

By moving to the cloud, companies are outsourcing their computing needs: Cloud infrastructure services use their own data centers to provide companies with the raw computing components they have traditionally run in costly in-house data centers. This includes servers, storage, networking and other hardware that cloud-services companies offer on a pay-as-you-go basis.

"AWS is a dominant leader in this space because of their size and scale, " said Chris Smith, vice president of cloud architecture at Unitas Global LLC, a Los Angeles-based hybrid cloud-services company that is a customer of AWS. He said AWS has "built an incredible ecosystem to support the variety and scale of needs required by their customers."

Amazon's position shows that "scalability matters" for chief information officers and other senior enterprise information-technology managers choosing a cloud infrastructure vendor, Gartner vice president Sid Nag said in a research note.

"Right now, AWS is the furthest in terms stability, scalability and product set," said Fred Lee, chief technology officer at online auto dealership, an AWS customer.

Amazon, a cloud market pioneer, on Tuesday launched a network of new data centers in Bahrain, raising the total number of what the company calls "availability zones" to 69 across 22 geographic regions. Each zone contains interconnected data centers. The sheer scale of Amazon's network of data centers provides users with ready and reliable access to secure computing power.

The company said it plans to build nine new zones in Indonesia, Italy and South Africa.

The expansion is aimed at meeting the rising demand from business customers for the computer capacity needed to deploy artificial intelligence, data analytics and other advanced capabilities, the company said.

AWS customers include large companies such as Dole Food Co., Hess Corp. and McDonald's Corp., as well as thousands of startups and small businesses.

Annual revenues in the global cloud infrastructure market are expected to roughly triple over the next three years to $133 billion, led by AWS and Microsoft's Azure cloud business, according to Forrester Research.

Amazon last week reported $8.4 billion in sales by AWS in the latest quarter, a 37% increase from the year-earlier period. Operating income in its cloud-computing business rose 29% to $2.1 billion, the company said.

Part of Amazon's dominance in the market is simply the result of deep pockets, Forrester says. It estimates that AWS spends billions of dollars every quarter building new data centers or expanding existing ones. Apart from Microsoft, most cloud-market challengers are struggling to keep up as Amazon pours more cash into its physical resources, according to Forrester.

"We manage millions of customer interactions every day, so we need the ability to scale our IT environment," said Zviki Ben-Ishay, chief executive and co-founder of Lightico Ltd., a Tel Aviv- and New York-based startup that uses AWS to develop customer collaboration software for contact centers.

Scale was also a key factor for Kevin Freiburger, director of identity programs at Valid SA, an identity management and biometric matching software maker based in Rio de Janeiro. He said the company chose AWS for a recent job to update Vermont's driver's license issuing system because its giant data-center network is able to automatically scale as demand increases, among other factors.

"Our projects are a massive software undertaking and require instant access to infrastructure," Mr. Freiburger said. "We do not have time in a 12-month project to lose three months preparing the data center so that we can start deploying software," he said.

Write to Angus Loten at

Posted at 29/7/2019 10:12 by littleredrooster
We look forward to the second half of 2019


GlobalData PLC Unaudited Interim Report

29 July 2019

GlobalData Plc

Unaudited Interim Report For The Six Months Ended 30 June 2019

"Revenue growth drives further margin improvement"

Financial Highlights

-- Enhanced visibility on revenue, improved margin and strong operating cash flow.
-- Group revenue increased by 18% to GBP88.5m (2018: GBP75.0m).
-- Organic revenue growth (1) of 10%.

-- Deferred revenue (7) increased by 15% to GBP77.2m (30 June 2018 restated: GBP67.2m), which represented 13% organic growth.

-- Adjusted EBITDA(2) increased by 53% to GBP22.3m (2018: GBP14.6m), with margin of 25.2% (2018:19.4%).

-- Adjusted profit before tax(4) increased to GBP19.4m (2018: GBP12.6m). Statutory profit before tax of GBP5.2m (2018: loss GBP4.2m).

-- Cash flow from continuing operations increase of 97% to GBP34.1m (2018: GBP17.3m).
-- Interim dividend increase 43% to 5.0 pence per ordinary share (2018: 3.5 pence).

Operational Highlights

-- Our financial results demonstrate our progress towards becoming a world leading data and analytics business, with a proven business model.

-- Continued product investment has focused on an enhanced user interface and integration of additional data sets and tools within our multi-industry platform, to give our clients a richer experience with greater insight.

-- Integration of the Research Views businesses has been successful and our shift to a single product platform and centralised operating model is now complete.

Mike Danson, Chief Executive Officer of GlobalData Plc, commented:

"The first half results reflect the product development and integration since the acquisition of Research Views in April 2018. Our vision of creating a differentiated world-class product, that is integral to professionals across the world's largest industries, has been consistent throughout our development.

We look forward to the second half of 2019 in which we expect to further leverage the GlobalData platform, and we do so on the back of some very encouraging metrics in the first six months. Our results demonstrate the focus we have placed on our business model fundamentals and show the Group at an inflection point with further accelerated growth and margin improvement expected across the medium term."

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