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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Northamber Plc LSE:NAR London Ordinary Share GB00B2Q99X01 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  2.50 3.47% 74.50 72.00 77.00 74.50 72.00 74.50 16,753 08:00:26
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Technology Hardware & Equipment 52.8 9.9 31.2 2.4 21

Northamber Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
20/1/2011
15:53
Sleepy- You are everywhere! Just checked again 10k available at 63p.
hybrasil
20/1/2011
14:02
Welcome aboard Hybrasil!
sleepy
20/1/2011
12:18
Thanks Hybrasil-still unloved and very undervalued. Good old fashioned value.Unquestionably patience trying but worth the wait. regards
rainmaker
20/1/2011
11:57
there is a return to old fashioned businesss that actually make money. bought 10k today for the fun
hybrasil
23/12/2010
12:43
Lol,CW it lives.Being a Northamber shareholder is like being a Skoda owner-no one will willingly own up to being one!IMHO given the amount it looks like a Company buy back. Disappointed by lack of buy backs here but expect news of a 10p return of capital next spring.The Company's burgeoning cash balance will start to become an embarassment and Northamber have a good record of returning value to shareholders.For every Company like Volex which goes stratospheric there is always a more mundane archetypal Value share like Northamber(+Titon Holdings(TON))to keep my feet firmly on the ground where returns are hard won. regards
rainmaker
23/12/2010
10:34
Nice to see it is still alive! Wonder if the 10,000 was a company buyback? Anyone willing to own up to it? ;-)
cwa1
01/12/2010
01:08
Rated a "strong buy" http://www.barchart.com/quotes/stocks/NAR.LS regards
rainmaker
29/11/2010
16:43
For anyone unaware, NAR goes ex dividend on Wednesday 1 December so tomorrow going to be last opportunity to buy and collect 1.4p dividend on 11 Jan 2011. regards
rainmaker
22/11/2010
18:51
Ah, ok, no problem at all, can see where you got it from now. Thought I was losing it ;-)
cwa1
22/11/2010
18:45
Lol, I've got so many Companies in my monitor-110 to be precise, that by the time I get down to Northamber I can't remember which column is which. regards
rainmaker
22/11/2010
18:37
Whoops, I mistakenly took total volume of 20k as the last reported trade. Apologies, my mistake. regards
rainmaker
22/11/2010
17:17
HI R. Sorry, maybe I didn't make myself clear :-) I just wondered where you picked up the 20k trade from as there wasn't one reported(that I saw) all day so wondered why you were suggesting that they had picked up 20k at 55.9, or was it just a guess? Apologies for the confusion but I was interested to know if I had missed something?
cwa1
22/11/2010
16:59
Well CW most of the trades I've seen have been small PI stuff at less than 10k and coming the next working day after the last buyback makes me believe it was the Company.But we will see...........hopefully it will be and if it proves to be the case,it will show some real committment to helping to realise shareholder value rather a token 5k purchase here and there. GP commented that there was a risk of a management buy out on the cheap but I'm sure that's not the case as Northamber is being run with drive, committment and enthuiasm and shareholders have been well looked after hence the 19p returned in dividend payments over the last four years then there is some 750k spent on buybacks a couple of years ago. There was a similiar type of undervaluation at Total Systems(TTS) whereby they had net cash AND the value of a Property that each covered the market cap-they dropped the dividend when they could have afforded to keep it and when the Sales Director went he wasn't replaced. They later they went private at a similiar level. If this happened at Northamber ie dropping the dividend(NAR actually increased the last one by 40%) then I would definitely be heading for the exit but there're not, so I'm very confident for the future and happy to remain a shareholder as there is terrific value here. regards
rainmaker
22/11/2010
16:20
Hi R. If I may ask, what points you towards a purchase of 20,000 today at 55.9P
cwa1
22/11/2010
15:20
I wonder if they have bought a further 20k for cancellation today at 55.9? regards
rainmaker
22/11/2010
15:11
I also note that when Northamber paid their special 10p a share dividend in March 2008 they had in the region of £12mln.Next March their cash balances will probably be £16/£17mln. regards
rainmaker
22/11/2010
15:07
Thanks CW,I missed that, not huge but a decent enough size.However it gives me some confidence they will make serious purchases for cancellation. Really they should be large and aggressive buyers of stock all the way up to 89p as it's in everyone best interest for reasons already covered earlier in this thread-ie cutting dividend cost,more tax efficient than paying a special dividend, boosts net assets and earnings per share.I believe it was the 12 months to June 2009, Northamber spent £750k buying back over a million shares for cancellation. regards
rainmaker
22/11/2010
13:48
Interesting lttle buyback on the 19th....... Purchase of Own Shares Northamber announces that on 19 November 2010 the Company purchased 40,000 ordinary shares for cancellation at 56 pence per share, representing approximately 0.14% per cent. of the Company's current issued ordinary share capital. Following the cancellation of these shares, the Company has 28,888,100 ordinary shares in issue. The above figure may be used by shareholders as the denominator for the calculations by which they can determine if they are required to notify their interest in, or a change to their interest in the company, under the Disclosure and Transparency Rules.
cwa1
20/11/2010
15:44
Yes, the dividends have rolled in nicely over the period, especially when you consider how low many of us bought them at.
cwa1
20/11/2010
15:41
Leaving aside share buybacks, Northamber have paid 19p in dividends over the last 4 years, that's a third of the current share price. regards
rainmaker
19/11/2010
17:17
Yep,CW the Company has to be granted a mandate for buybacks etc hence the various resolutions at the AGM. Let's hope we get some Company buybacks real soon now the paperwork is out of the way. The CEO can't keep commenting on the large and surprising disparity between the share price and net assets-lol,we had noticed!The market is very thin and even small buybacks of 10k would make a big difference to the share price. regards
rainmaker
19/11/2010
16:48
Thanks for that R. I hadn't realised there were any specific embargoes on buybacks pre the AGM unless, of course, there was due to be price sensitive info to be released. One lives and learns!
cwa1
19/11/2010
16:36
They can't buy back shares until the various resolutions are passed at the AGM and the results are announced but then.............. AGM Statement Date : 19/11/2010 @ 16:14 Source : UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Stock : Northamber (NAR) Quote : 56.5 -1.0 (-1.74%) @ 15:17 TIDMNAR RNS Number : 5356W Northamber PLC 19 November 2010 Northamber Plc Results of Annual General Meeting & Proxy Votes Received The Board is pleased to announce that at its Annual General Meeting held earlier today, all resolutions proposed were duly passed. Proxy Votes Received The results of proxy card votes received on resolutions put to the meeting are: Issued share capital: 28,933,100 Total voting right: 28,933,100 Number of votes per share: 1 Resolution No. (as noted on Shares marked as proxy Shares Shares Votes card) Shares For Discretionary Against Withheld/Abstentions ------------ ----------- -------------- ------------ --------------------- 1 21,919,254 11,520 0 0 ------------ ----------- -------------- ------------ --------------------- 2 21,928,854 1,520 0 400 ------------ ----------- -------------- ------------ --------------------- 3 21,929,254 1,520 0 0 ------------ ----------- -------------- ------------ --------------------- 4 21,766,569 11,520 152,685 0 ------------ ----------- -------------- ------------ --------------------- 5 21,919,254 11,520 0 0 ------------ ----------- -------------- ------------ --------------------- 6 21,919,254 11,520 0 0 ------------ ----------- -------------- ------------ --------------------- 7 21,918,854 11,520 0 400 ------------ ----------- -------------- ------------ --------------------- 8.1 21,919,254 11,520 0 0 ------------ ----------- -------------- ------------ --------------------- 8.2 21,918,854 11,520 400 0 ------------ ----------- -------------- ------------ --------------------- 8.3 21,917,754 11,520 1,500 0 ------------ ----------- -------------- ------------ --------------------- 9 21,906,698 13,020 10,400 0 ------------ ----------- -------------- ------------ --------------------- For further information please contact: Northamber Plc Tel: 020 8296 7000 David Philips Charles Stanley Securities Tel: 020 7149 6000 Russell Cook This information is provided by RNS The company news service from the London Stock Exchange END
rainmaker
19/11/2010
15:16
Gone for a little top up when the spread is about as narrow as it gets and there seems to be a little stock about. Wonder if any of the earlier trades might be a buyback?
cwa1
12/11/2010
11:25
Yep CW, more of the same please. regards
rainmaker
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