Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Netcall LSE:NET London Ordinary Share GB0000060532 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 45.75p 44.00p 47.50p 45.75p 45.75p 45.75p 0 07:40:25
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 16.6 1.7 1.4 33.4 65.29

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2017-10-23 15:50:3947.0025,00011,750.00OK
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24/10/2017
09:20
Netcall Daily Update: Netcall is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker NET. The last closing price for Netcall was 45.75p.
Netcall has a 4 week average price of 44p and a 12 week average price of 43p.
The 1 year high share price is 70p while the 1 year low share price is currently 43p.
There are currently 142,702,439 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 837,493 shares. The market capitalisation of Netcall is £65,286,365.84.
13/8/2017
23:16
leucadia: I was wondering if any Netcall shareholders or potential shareholders have any views on the MatsSoft acquisition? I notice the share price fell sharply on the news but I wonder if this may be due to some investors' disappointment about not receiving any more special dividends as a result of the deal. I also wonder if the share price fall may reflect defensive moves by marketmakers who are concerned that some of the Netcall shares paid to the vendors of MatsSoft may end up being sold. In other words, I am suggesting that the share price fall may be unrelated to the business performance of Netcall. I do not claim any insight into the areas that Netcall and MatsSoft work in but the rationale for the acquisition does sound sensible to me. I also think that Netcall's experienced management and its investor, Livingbridge, are likely to have a good idea of the value of MatSoft and, in my experience, they appear to manage the company quite conservatively so I would hope this is not a rash acquisition, particularly as I have just bought a few shares.
14/12/2016
14:32
jbarcroftr: Share price very strong.Any views where it may go
08/9/2016
11:32
leucadia: Hi spaceparallax. As far as I am aware Eckoh has no net debt and I have just checked on Stockopedia to confirm this. Its ability to expand in the US without gearing was one of the reasons I was attracted to buy this share following the recent fall in value. Despite the set back (which I think was fully reflected in the share price drop) it would appear that the US business is doing OK. Like Netcall, Eckoh sees the value of a recurring revenue based business model and is transitioning to this and some of the recent problems appear to be related to this, but based on the information available at the moment, the problems appear to be a hiccup rather than anything more serious. I am also attracted to Netcall which looks like an excellent business to me, if quite highly rated. I am hoping that, one way or another, the two businesses might still end up merging one day.
23/5/2016
09:11
farmsted: Not much news and views on this thread, as a long holder I am still waiting to see some action in the share price ##
20/7/2015
16:28
poacher45: Directors of Netcall obviously do not want to run the company any longer. They obviously believe that Eckoh's offer was a fair offer. You would be joining an rapidly expanding firm with probably the best product in the world for taking payment when cardholder is not present. If you don't accept the offer I think Netcall will just drift aimlessly. Obviously a lot of shareholders agree with me as the Netcall share price is now more or less at a low for this year. For the share price to have sunk so quickly there are no other buyers around. I think your institutional holders are just plain greedy.
14/7/2015
09:27
farmsted: Looking at the share price tday you could have been right poacher as we see to be sliding badly. Hopefully Livingbridge has mended a few bridges with the management as they are the ones driving our ship.
03/7/2015
12:56
1356: Purely digging around doing my own research, but wonder if this chap had something to do with it: hxxp://www.livingbridge.com/our-people/ken-wotton/ Either way, would be nice of NET released an RNS with a bit more explanation. Not overly concerned actually as I was a happy long-term NET shareholder who just thought the share price had run ahead of itself slightly with a 3-5 year view. Would have rather it remained independent. But would like clarity because "both companies are disappointed" vs a major shareholder disagreeing seem at odds to me...
25/6/2015
15:04
mammyoko: What a lousy offer for shareholders announced today. A case of a sprat trying to swallow a minnow. If I wanted shares in a company where 70% of its bottom line came from 'Financial Income' (whatever that is), I would buy it directly rather than be tied to its recently-inflated share price indirectly. Whatever has got into the Board of Netcall that they're prepared to flog themselves at such a low price to such a financially unstable suitor? Are they tired of running a company or what? Makes a mockery of their big expansion talk. Surely they can do a netter deal than this?
21/1/2014
07:25
steeplejack: Very solid update which should underpin recent share price rise.
18/7/2013
13:26
phoenix1234: Netcall plc - full-year trading update, share price now up with events? http://bit.ly/151jJBq
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