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Gyg Plc LSE:GYG London Ordinary Share GB00BZ4FM652 ORD GBP0.002
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 30.00 25.00 45.00 - 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Transportation 52.8 -6.1 -11.8 - 14

Gyg Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
24/5/2007
11:11
Entj, I think you'll find FMR have actually top-sliced a few into the rise. Which makes the share price performance even more impressive. A snippet from the Mail today tells us a bit more about why JPM target 575p: http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/investing-and-markets/tips-and-tactics/article.html?in_article_id=420659&in_page_id=23&ct=5 "A JP Morgan recommendation helped Gyrus climb 27p to 515p. The broker says the company enjoys a core position in the US urology and gynaecology keyhole surgery market and is now entering the much larger surgery market."
rivaldo
24/5/2007
10:15
Nice holding statement too this morning
entj
23/5/2007
15:58
Nice rise today. Anyone fance a stab at this? http://www.highpotentialinvestments.co.uk/index.html
poppa07
23/5/2007
13:20
"Gyrus Group Plc (GYG LN) climbed 31 pence, or 6.4 percent, to 519. Shares of the U.K. maker of medical devices to reduce the complications of surgery were rated ``overweight'' in new coverage at JPMorgan Chase & Co. ``Taking its highly competitive PlasmaKinetic technology into general surgery opens up a $2 billion market for Gyrus,'' the bank wrote in a research note. " From Bloomberg
grigor
23/5/2007
11:43
Hi Guys, Nice surprise. It looks like its the JP Morgan tip that has caused this lift rather than anything else. Interesting the reaction some news gets - UBS posted a target of 570p on the 1st May so the consensus is clearly bullish on Gyrus' prospects. Regards, Maddox
maddox
23/5/2007
10:34
Big jump no news any clues? Sorry didn't see above posts- it's my myopia.
wad collector
23/5/2007
09:31
Aha :o)) 575p here we come.... http://www.market-insider.net/ "Gyrus May 23rd, 2007 | Market whispers | No comments. JP Morgan likes the medical devices firm, which is actually a mini Smith & Nephew. It has initiated coverage of the stock with an overweight recommendation and 575p a share price target."
rivaldo
23/5/2007
09:29
Something going on
optimum
23/5/2007
09:11
Something is obviously brewing here. Watch this space.
gre
23/5/2007
08:58
Wow wow wow - good share but this is a bit of a surprise today. But possibly not to someone else.
acanthus
23/5/2007
08:53
Double wow - Must be a bid - Surely
woody33
23/5/2007
08:08
Wow - sliced through 500p :o)) Any particular reason - news out from the USA perhaps?
rivaldo
21/5/2007
11:12
Rising inexorably.
rivaldo
03/5/2007
10:46
New highs again and looking extremely strong. Whilst the markets are decent there's no reason why GYG shouldn't go on and on.
rivaldo
27/4/2007
15:36
Wad I have never been any good at the short term but well done if it makes you money.
johnroger
26/4/2007
17:00
You misread my post - I only sold half - I 'm still here either way!
wad collector
26/4/2007
16:00
See ya Wad, best of luck, Hi Johnroger, Glad to hear you're still with this one - my sentiments exactly. Regards, Maddox
maddox
26/4/2007
15:57
I expect to buy back soon- I am gambling on it dropping back soon.I am not unhappy with the shares long term prospects but like the excitement of a bit of short term trading, when I suspect there is no "good " reason for a rise.Anyway I 'm a bit heavy in these so won't be too upset if I never get back in. Also the spread is so tight ,that I am already 1% up, even allowing for dealing charges.1% for 2 hours waiting sounds like easy money for me , but I'm holding on.
wad collector
26/4/2007
15:11
wad collector Why sell a winning share? In my case only if I think I have found a better one,happy to let this one run at the moment.
johnroger
26/4/2007
14:13
I am gambling on no particular news being the reason and just sold out half at 489.48 .I think this is time to cash in , especially as it just seems to be losing steam as I write.May be wrong but.....
wad collector
26/4/2007
14:09
Wow - has something happened? Something in the USA maybe (apart from the Dow being at a record of course)?
rivaldo
26/4/2007
13:55
All time high now and strong volume -those 515 targets look plausible now. Last couple of minutes it is climbing steeply ; automated buy activity?
wad collector
17/4/2007
16:55
Hi rivaldo, I'm also pleased that we seem to be resisting the Dollar decline far better this time. I only hope that I'm not speaking too early. Regards, Maddox
maddox
17/4/2007
15:24
Agreed Maddox, give me capital growth any time, both from a personal point of view where these are sat in my ISA CGT-free and from a corporate point of view to enable sustained growth. Back at all-time highs now looking for those 515p or so broker valuations.
rivaldo
04/4/2007
22:43
Wad, Hummmph, um not sure I actually gave advice, merely gave my own perspective. Anyway, I'm glad its worked out. Yep the Broker's recommendations are curious. I'm often perplexed by the 'buy'recommendation with a target that is one or two per cent ahead of the current share price. I saw one the other day that was a 'buy' and well below the current price? Your comment about valuations in the absence of a dividend is well made. However, I think its a question of whether they can make better use of the money than paying it out in dividends. I'd prefer to have capital growth than taxed dividends - at least in the short term. For example, if Gyrus are placing generators then the more capital they have available to do this the faster growth we will see. REgards, Maddox
maddox
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