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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  4.00 1.42% 285.50 148,845 16:29:58
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
285.50 286.00 286.50 277.00 277.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 263.70 16.10 4.20 68.0 800
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:51:32 O 14 285.50 GBX

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Ncc Daily Update: Ncc Group Plc is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker NCC. The last closing price for Ncc was 281.50p.
Ncc Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 255p and a 12 week average price of 238.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 297.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 144p.
There are currently 280,282,435 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 207,092 shares. The market capitalisation of Ncc Group Plc is £800,206,351.93.
deputy303: What’s going on now with ncc now
rolo7: ncc in fste because of aci delisting from fste 250, ncc was biggest mc on reserve list last december review, but from mid march it uses highest market cap currently? eg mto have missed out twice i think of late because using old data.
boadicea: Anticipated events so often turn out to have been in the price already and result in a sell-off. The ftse event was probably a mild surprise and therefore leaves some room for a favourable response. However, NCC is currently fairly valued (imo) and this improvement in its position solely from a market dynamics viewpoint may have limited lasting effect. Basically it is in holding mode awaiting confirmation of recovery from a lean period. A real advance will come if/when it shows that it can capitalise effectively on the opportunities brought about by the accelerated shift to on-line operations in all fields due to covid.
deputy303: Good news ncc in footsie 250
boadicea: A little surprise here! HTTPS:// So we're in. I'm not sure why we have been preferred over SEIT.
boadicea: 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:// for full details.
sphere25: 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
boadicea: 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://
boadicea: 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: The chart now looks fairly reassuring with a series of higher highs and higher lows creating a channel which could peak at ~200p within a couple of weeks - more or less in time for the AGM (20th Oct). I think we can expect a guiding statement for the occasion. Looking on the optimistic side, we have these statements from the last Annual reults - "... notable business in the period was secured from customers including Zoom, Google and Facebook" [Ed: see recent figures for Zoom!] and "-- The long-term growth prospects for the cyber resilience market continue to be excellent as the connected environment and society's dependence on that connected environment continue to grow." So opportunities are certainly there. Against that, the damage inflicted by the negatives are hard to evaluate but, one feels, should impact NCC less harshly than companies heavily dependent on discretionary spend in the recreational and entertainment sectors. However, clients' difficulties could lead to some unrecoverable debts. My personal evaluation is that on balance it remains a 'hold' - but dyor.
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