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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Ncc Group Plc NCC London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
-0.50 -0.18% 275.50 09:56:10
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
278.00 275.00 278.00 276.00
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lizard370: Yes same here Jerseyman, it seemed like there was expectation of great results, so why the fall is strange. I'm a long term investor here and have lived the highs and lows! Lets hope the business transformation is working and we have a great set of interim results next Thursday....
boozey: Also tipped on Interactive Investor
cerrito: I see that all key resolutions very comfortably passed at the AGM and indeed there were no votes against the remuneration report with about 3% abstentions. Also at 71% a pretty high voter turn out; I checked the turnover in shareholders between the two last annual reports. We seem to have said goodbye since July 2018 to Fidelity who had 3.7% as well as Neptune with 7%+ and B Gifford with 3.4% and there has been a 4% increase by L General. The upshot is that the %age held by those with 3%+ has decreased from 33.7% to 26%. I have not had time to go through the AR but did note that in geographical breakdown of revenue there was YOY a good increase in North America from £68m to £83m whereas there was a revenue decline in the UK and in ROW/Europe a stately increase from £46m to £52m. No surprise in the share price decrease since the AGM Trading report which was more focused on structures than actual results. PS Just seen that they have updated brokers consensus forecasts as at Sept 2 on the Investors section of the website. Once again full marks to them and why other companies cannot do this, heaven only knows. hxxps:// PPS No immediate plans to buy or sell
muddyw: Because intelligent people recognise that companies produce 100% transparent information in releases to the market, and in no way employ creative accounting / positive spin to protect their share price and investors' confidence in their potential.
seball: hTTps://
cerrito: hxxps://
rivaldo: Indeed. Unusually for me as a (very!) long-term investor I'd actually sold most of these recently as they were on a high rating at a volatile time for the markets and I just couldn't see much upside. I sold the rest first thing this morning on the results. Adjusted EBITDA is to be well below forecasts, and any recovery looks like taking a while yet. Cash flows were poor, Escrow was down......well, good luck to all holders. I'll keep NCC on my watchlist.
boadicea: Fideleity seem to have itchy feet about this share and have gone above the 5% threshold again. FMR were previously reported at 4.16% (4th October 2018, not notifiable) having reduced from above 5% a short timw before. HTTPS://
rfc27: So lets clear this up, for those of you who know me thats my number plate, no silly names or disguises, not necessary. Yes it is me and I am rather fed up being accused of being an anonymous poster!!!! So, I have never been on this board or any other. I have kept my powder dry whilst others have told me of the most ridiculous comments made about me, many false and many hurtful over the last 18 months. To be clear, I still hold 3% of NCC Group, an organisation I remain immensely proud of, so why would I make postings to create a fall in value is a little beyond me. Billy Wizz I do not know Chris Stone, I have never met him but I have heard the factually incorrect statements made about be me, it is not the way I personally would conduct business. If that alias is you then I am sorry but it is a bit sad, and for the first time in my life I must agree with a Liverpool fan. I have spoken to and speak regularly to current investors and people still in NCC Group and their views tend to support a lot of the comments on this Board. Yes I recruited Brian Tenner. He was an excellent candidate and he was also interviewed by all of the Board who unanimously ratified the appointment. Yes there was concern about his exit at Scapa and yes he appears to have repeated this. Again, yes the Board and investors approved the acquisition of FoxIT, it hit its numbers in the first 6 months and it was not expected to be earnings enhancing until into year 3. This is clearly stated in the market documents still available online. No decision in any organisation is the CEO's alone and certainly not at €130m. I am not returning to buy NCC but I am returning to the industry albeit in the background. I am very pleased that the NCC Group Board reported that this years numbers will be achieved as that will help increase the share price in NCC Group which we all want. And so as to close the loop, if YNWA is who I think it is, it is a she!!! If it is who I think you were a real asset to the Group. So this is the one and only post I will make on this board or any other share board, but do feel free to contact me I'm on LinkedIn and you can make those personal digs at me with out the cloak of anonymity, lets see how brave you really are!
ynwa1: What a strange comment, again clearly like Chris Stone? So you believe that Cotton bought a company on his own with no consultation, no reference to the Board and no discussion with the investors? I worked on plenty of NCC stuff and all the way through every body was on the journey and agreement was reached throughout. I know because I was there the diligence was massive even on the smallest deals. The Board , the ops board, the assurance division, finance, legal, Deloitte, Eversheds and the investors everybody was kept fully up to date on all the discussions and were part of the buying decision, which is as it should be. I think you are the one who dont know how a Board or a company works, which further makes me think you are Chris Stone who only can slag people off, I suggest you follow your name and crawl back under your Stone, you're not welcome at NCC and you are ruining good peoples livelihoods.
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