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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Paypoint LSE:PAY London Ordinary Share GB00B02QND93 ORD 1/3P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -11.00p -1.36% 795.00p 790.00p 793.00p 801.00p 769.00p 769.00p 14,659 16:35:21
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 213.5 52.9 63.0 12.6 542.42

Paypoint Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
18/2/2013
22:32
Looks like they've gone after The Businessphone PLC. Very interesting to see the new address of TBP http://www.zoominfo.com/#!search/profile/person?personId=1641586263&targetid=profile It also happens to be the point of contact for Paypoint and its 360money e-voucher and BASC card. Wouldn't be Paypoint in with an offer that was too good to refuse? £30m? Graham Gilmour moved over as a Director presumably. The main man, biggest shareholder and CEO, has defo left TBP Opens up Kenya and a few other African countries via the land grab. Linked up with Visa and MPESA.
dr rosso
26/1/2013
14:53
If it breaks 800p area then itl have broken a very long term support line....
leeson31
26/1/2013
14:15
There was recent news about the possibility of paying bills by mobile, which I think could have significant impact on earnings. Any views? Unless a support level is found soon I fear a significant drop. . Chart looks tricky.
bscuit
24/1/2013
10:59
+ve ims (3q) DeltaR: thx for the info.
quickmind
30/11/2012
21:07
http://www.benefitanswers.co.uk/simple-payments.html
deltar
30/11/2012
18:54
http://www.investorschronicle.co.uk/2012/11/29/shares/news-and-analysis/paypoint-powers-ahead-mB9Z3qM4iMUo9PCHZWJkfO/article.html
mr.oz
29/11/2012
07:15
looks very good to me at first glance http://uk.advfn.com/news/UKREG/2012/article/55230088 All systems still go All KPIs growing :Transactions , Revenue , Profit , Divi
mr.oz
26/11/2012
18:01
kingmidas2.....the yield is based on the price today so at £8.80 to sell the yield on exit is just 3%. The price I originally paid is immaterial as the shares cannot be bought today at £2.55 so the yield is no longer 11.3%
davidosh
26/11/2012
17:57
Every aspect of the business model points to exponential growth in parallel with expansion in the use of the internet.
deltar
26/11/2012
16:53
Davidosh Am I missing something? If you bought Paypoint at an average price of £2.55 and the current price is,say,£8.48 the forecast yield of 3.4% equates to 11.3%. With price growth potential and such a good yield I would have hesitated to sell.
kingmidas2
26/11/2012
13:42
I sold out probably a little early too as announced last week http://boards.fool.co.uk/as-i-flagged-this-company-on-this-thread-as-a-very-12690922.aspx Always difficult to time things perfectly and most investors find selling is far more difficult to get right than buying. Paypoint has been great for me so no complaints though and good luck to those who remain invested it is just that the original reason for my investment no longer remains for me.
davidosh
26/11/2012
13:34
Looks like £9 could go this week - quiet BB would indicate mostly investors rather than traders i would a guess. Sold 1200 last week at £8.29 wish i had waited now - still have 5000 shares so not complaining
bobcomins2
26/11/2012
08:39
Interesting how shares like this one with a great track record and prospects attract so little interest on their BB. Not complaining though!
deltar
22/11/2012
05:00
Steadily upwards brilliant formula.
deltar
21/11/2012
14:52
hell of a rise! overall long term
leeson31
21/11/2012
14:51
Well done you holders,post 763,,reach for the skyyyyyyy,,++++ing hell what a result,,weighed in weighed in,,,lend us a fiver !
halogen
19/11/2012
09:26
SP seems to be holding up in spite of DVLA.....
deltar
13/11/2012
12:56
I see Paypoint have lost the DVLA contract bid. Wonder how much that will have cost them. Well done to the Post Office though
parkerjohn
19/10/2012
12:07
The chart speaks for itself...........great progress!!!
deltar
18/9/2012
17:13
Rumours and BB posts suggest enough is enough and the retailers are planning a mass protest and will refuse bill payments for a period of time. Paypoint are trying to make wine from raisins.
jusmasel99
03/9/2012
12:24
where did you get that info Dr? cheers
leeson31
03/9/2012
12:21
Paypoint looking to expand their East Europe connections + make a big move into East Africa
dr rosso
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