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Northgate LSE:NTG London Ordinary Share GB00B41H7391 ORD 50P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -4.40p -1.17% 371.60p 370.60p 371.60p 381.60p 371.20p 381.60p 17,859 11:23:15
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 701.7 52.7 32.4 11.5 495.09

Northgate Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
11/11/2009
16:55
accounts out on the 8th dec and punted to be worth £3.00 by goldman sach
bainsey
11/11/2009
16:41
Well, they are due to publish some results early Dec. That's the only reason I can see for the rise, as the figures could be good. This share price was as high as 290p only a month or so ago, and this price was considered a fair value. Then for some reason it dropped to 205p on no bad news. So this leads me to believe that the share price may rise up towards 300p again pre RNS on results. Also, back in Oct, I think Legal And General reduced their holding in NTG. So maybe they've bought back in perhaps ? Only my opinion of course. I bought in at 214 a week ago and sold at 241 today, and will probably rebuy in again tomorrow when I guess there may be a retrace. I've been in and out of NTG since about August, so I want to be in before the results are released, as I reckon they could be good. As I say, just my opinion, I'm sure someone else will come up with a completely different response.
juckster
11/11/2009
16:34
Can any body give me info on ntg why they are up 29p today. Thanks
5pread
26/8/2009
09:28
can anyone tel me the future of this van
hassani2
16/8/2009
21:19
yes on the other thread
ejohn3
15/8/2009
20:51
Anyone heard any news about Northgate, thanks
mary9740
14/8/2009
07:04
are you serious, what are you looking for a takeover rumour or something.
blackbear
14/8/2009
06:36
Any news on northgate, told yesterday to get into them, but cant find out anything on them thanks
mary9740
04/8/2009
08:34
why are Northgate down this low - is something about to happen ?
faceless
04/8/2009
08:32
Why are NTG down this low - ?
faceless
16/7/2009
11:27
From page 25 of the actual prospectus (eventually found on the company website):- EXPECTED TIMETABLE OF PRINCIPAL EVENTS Announcement of the Placing and Rights Issue and Prospectus and Form of Proxy published 10 July Record Date for entitlements under the Rights Issue close of business on 23 July Latest time and date for receipt of Forms of Proxy 11.00 a.m. on 25 July Extraordinary General Meeting 11.00 a.m. on 27 July Despatch of Provisional Allotment Letters (to Qualifying Non-CREST Shareholders only)(1) 27 July Start of subscription period 28 July Existing Ordinary Shares marked "ex-rights" by the London Stock Exchange 8.00 a.m. on 28 July Admission and Commencement of dealings in Nil Paid Rights on the London Stock Exchange 8.00 a.m. on 28 July Nil Paid Rights credited to stock accounts in CREST (Qualifying CREST Shareholders only)(1) 8.00 a.m. on 28 July Nil Paid Rights and Fully Paid Rights enabled in CREST 8.00 a.m. on 28 July Placing Admission 8.00 a.m. on 28 July Dealings in Placing Shares, fully paid, commence on the London Stock Exchange 8.00 a.m. on 28 July Recommended latest time and date for requesting withdrawal of Nil Paid Rights or Fully Paid Rights from CREST (i.e. if your Nil Paid Rights or Fully Paid Rights are in CREST and you wish to convert them to certificated form) 4.30 p.m. on 5 August Recommended latest time and date for depositing renounced Provisional Allotment Letters, nil paid or fully paid, into CREST or for dematerialising Nil Paid Rights or Fully Paid Rights into a CREST stock account (i.e. if your Nil Paid Rights or Fully Paid Rights are represented by a Provisional Allotment Letter and you wish to convert them to uncertificated form) 3.00 p.m. on 6 August Latest time and date for splitting Provisional Allotment Letters, nil paid or fully paid 3.00 p.m. on 7 August Latest time and date for acceptance, payment in full and registration of renunciation of Provisional Allotment Letters 11.00 a.m. on 11 August Dealings in New Ordinary Shares, fully paid, commence on the London Stock Exchange 8.00 a.m. on 12 August New Ordinary Shares fully paid credited to CREST stock accounts (uncertificated holders only) 8.00 a.m. on 12 August Expected date of despatch of definitive share certificates for New Ordinary Shares in certificated form By no later than 19 August
hamsterape
14/7/2009
10:39
Typical that the RNS and company website mention only the record date nort the ex-entitlement date. Hey Spob - almighty creator of many good company threads over the years - do you know how to do the scroll-bar thing? I showed how on another thread because there was loads of header info and hardly any room for posts, but I don't think you saw it.
hamsterape
13/7/2009
16:43
from ft alphaville 13 July 09 (11am) NH: what's Northgate doing NH: after our savage attack on Friday PM: Ah - elt me check PM: 65p in the middle PM: down 2.5p PM: only another 45p to pick up there NH: did H&M Capital Management go short? PM: Price is defying gravity PM: I think we did - all in NH: what everything? NH: slightly reckless PM: Nah PM: screaming sell NH: still a screaming sell PM: remember - 50m shares issued at 60p - and 1,200,000,000 issued at 7p PM: Going do the maths NH: actually I was surprised the Northgate flaks NH: didn't come on after the show on Friday NH: to defend the deal NH: but I guess you can't defend a deal as bad as this NH: the company is still well and truly up the creek
spob
13/7/2009
09:42
any one know why this went into auction this morning?
shazzieb
11/7/2009
19:00
grey market strike a deal with longs offer them a few pence or something
spob
11/7/2009
10:06
Definately a short for this company. Things looking bad for them. The 'white van man' days are over (for this year anyway)............especially for the hiring in Spain where building industry is dormant. UK operating margins fell from 20.6 to 11.1 per cent and in Spain from 21.8 to 12.7 per cent. I wish you well spob with the new thread :-) Sorry monsta can't help you with that one. Have a query too. If you are short and the company goes bust what happens?
shazzieb
10/7/2009
15:02
if you short northgate now how does the rights issue affect you? do you get lumbered with more shares at a lower level or what. if anyone knows thx
monsta2
10/7/2009
14:35
what's the betting this company will be bust within 12 months
spob
10/7/2009
13:28
brilliant stuff, good to see solid analysis being done here
robson1974
22/7/2008
11:32
I think NTG can break covenants, on residual prices, or otherwise age the fleet a lot. Either way they have far too much debt, and bought too much stuff at the top at the wrong price for cash, and hubristically rejected a very good offer. They should look at their Board. I don't agree that it is well run. It has done stupid things and taken too much risk.
queeny2
22/7/2008
11:27
The city should have a good hard look at itself as they have massively over reacted wholesale on the vast majority of companies.NTG is a well run company that will get it right and it must only be a matter of time before it recovers.People should remember that this outfit are the best so how are the opposition doing as they will not have the financial backing that this crew have when times are difficult.
tomkite
22/7/2008
10:24
I shorted quite a few yesterday. smells like suckers rally, short-covering.
queeny2
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