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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ncc Group Plc LSE:NCC London Ordinary Share GB00B01QGK86 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -7.00 -2.6% 262.50 261.00 262.50 269.00 261.00 267.50 422,387 16:35:17
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 263.7 16.1 4.2 62.5 736

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18/2/2021
15:56
Unfortunately its FTSE 250 chances don't look good. Based on the position at close on 10th Feb, which may change of course (review date is 3rd March), it looks at first glance to be in reserve position 2, behind Mitie Group. However, there are currently four candidates for direct entry to the 250 arriving over the past quarter (DOCS, AIBG, MOON and BYIT) and just one promotion (CHRY) which would take up the two compulsory demotions (PFC and BCPT) and force 3 balancing demotions (NESF, RNK and FSFL). Before either Mitie or NCC could enter from their current positions the 3 balancing demotions would have to be rescinded, so in effect they are standing in reserve position 5 with no balancing promotions from the 326-375 band likely to become available. On the other hand, a surge to ~280p might do the trick! See HTTP://www.stockchallenge.co.uk/ftse.php for full details.
boadicea
10/2/2021
13:25
Looks expensive this, had a big run up. There are some big buys going through at 260p and I was just wondering what the reason could be. Clearly the market is still willing to pay up for the forward potential but another reason could be that NCC looks very close to getting promoted into the FTSE250. I'm sure it was part of the 250 in the past, can't fully recollect. Nonetheless, NCC, MTO, TYMN and RCH look contenders at the moment. It's still too early to call the eventual promotions in early March, but you often see buying and run ups in the share prices ahead of the FTSE index reviews. I'll update nearer the time but those are all worth keeping an eye on for bigger buying and moves higher as potential index plays. They have smoothed the whole process nowadays so alot of the price move happens well before the review is announced and very little into the actual Friday afternoon (just prior to the new index changes being implement on the proceeding Monday) change. All imo DYOR
sphere25
04/2/2021
07:21
Incredible results under any circumstances.
a2584728
18/12/2020
17:59
Yep - that's it most likely!
ilovefrogs
18/12/2020
17:58
It has been a remarkably strong performer this week. I had expected sosmething of a Friday retrace on profit taking - perhaps some others had too and got their fingers burnt when trying to close a position! That could account for the late surge but so could other factors as d303 suggests. Anyway, we are now into the range I was optimistically anticipating and rather quicker than I expected, but we live to be surprised - this time pleasantly for once.
boadicea
18/12/2020
15:51
Probably because of hacking in USA
deputy303
18/12/2020
15:35
Somethings happening here. We've basically gapped from £2 to £2.70! Anyone hearing anything?
ilovefrogs
14/12/2020
16:24
I don't think a lockdown will hurt them tradewise, possibly the opposite, but it will hurt the whole market. So I would expect a relative outperformance rather than an early benefit in the share price which could flatline at best until later in the year.
boadicea
14/12/2020
14:14
Covid has actually driven cyber attacks higher, so not sure more lockdowns is going to hurt them.
ilovefrogs
14/12/2020
12:48
We seem to have established a breakout from the channel of the last 9 months and look capable of restablishing the previous channel. That may be rather optimistic but would imply settling in to a range of 260-310p to start the New Year. However there is a probability that rampaging covid figures following the Christmas indulgences will clobber any such hopes, not to mention Brexit disruptions.
boadicea
11/12/2020
14:31
The share price is currently testing a major resistance zone. Breakthrough could be a major event but is far from nailed on.... - well, as always until it happens!
boadicea
03/12/2020
06:56
Thank you boadicea, comprehensive reply. I must have been dreaming!
jerseyman1
02/12/2020
22:04
Jerseyman1 - As things stood last Friday, it would have required a share price of almost 250p to get us into the FTSE 250 and at that time there were 17 companies ahead of us in the queue of which only the first two would potentially qualify. So the answer unfortunately is an almost certain 'No'. There are not many 250 dropouts likely this time, possibly only 2 or 3, so correspondingly few new entries. Here is the list, with NCC at 365. HTTP://www.stockchallenge.co.uk/ftse.php
boadicea
02/12/2020
16:20
So does the recent sharp rise in share price mean we will get into FTSE 250 at the imminent review? If so then it's going to add more momentum to SP
jerseyman1
02/12/2020
08:46
And there we go. Through 220 and the skys the limit
a2584728
02/12/2020
08:32
I wish other companies would follow their example of clarifying what market expectations are.
cerrito
02/12/2020
07:56
Amazing to be at the upper end of forecasts in this climate. Very resilient
a2584728
30/11/2020
10:41
Should see a renewed rise over the coming days
a2584728
18/11/2020
07:39
Someone is accumulating
a2584728
17/11/2020
17:35
60529 @205p on the close.
boadicea
17/11/2020
16:04
Another higher 'low' in the chart. Looking good. Now need to get to 210p in the next few days... ... then 220p by the end of the month for a likely position in the ftse250.
boadicea
17/11/2020
11:36
Someone is accumulating stock
a2584728
06/11/2020
16:06
Up and down like a yo yo
deputy303
06/11/2020
14:50
At the end of October a share price of 202p would have qualified NCC as a candidate for the FTSE 250 index. The next qualifying date is not until 2nd December and anything could happen before then. My estimate is that a number of existing 250 stocks will have suffered rather more from the covid lockdown than seems likely for NCC and that we are likely to enter (possibly re-enter as I assume we have previously been in it). Entry competition includes other strong candidates, notably BIOG. In this context the Montanaro investment [see yesterday's holdings rns] is interesting as they specialise in smaller companies. Perhaps they hope to make a turn by warehousing NCC for selling on to index trackers following our entry.
boadicea
06/11/2020
11:23
I would not be short of this stock right now
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