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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Prime People Plc LSE:PRP London Ordinary Share GB00B4ZG0R74 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 67.00 63.00 71.00 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 17.8 -0.2 -0.3 - 8

Prime People Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
12/11/2010
21:42
Issue to me is future visibility of earnings

What we need is some forecasts but don't think company confident enough to give any

Hence no outlook in results

Does not mean not a cracking company however

valustar1
12/11/2010
14:13
Yeah still here...nice to see the start businesses making good progress.
jeff h
12/11/2010
13:49
The results are as good as expected if not better. Nice to see a decent rerating and good prospects.

Is anyone there?

puffintickler
08/9/2010
14:32
What i was hinting at is that its wrong to persume no one has bought any just by looking at the ADVFN trade data

They dont report PLUS trades

In actual fact the reason why the price is going up is because there are buys but on PLUS

not much however

valustar1
08/9/2010
14:27
here you are. hope the link remains valid with the transfer

http://www.plusmarketsgroup.com/chart.shtml?ISIN=GB00B4ZG0R74/GBX/PLUS-exn

lcairns1
08/9/2010
14:23
i had looked, but i have no idea of how to amalgamate the volumes. the volume on plus appears lower than on the LSE
lcairns1
08/9/2010
14:12
perhaps they have via Plus

Have you looked

valustar1
08/9/2010
08:23
imagine what might happen if anyone actually bought some
lcairns1
07/9/2010
12:07
skyracer - hope you're right about the upside surprise!

92p is my average buying price so a share price surge might get me back into the black.

jeff h
07/9/2010
10:54
Hmm, is this the Staffline (STAF) effect?

Prime People seem very undervalued too and look likely to provide a big upside surprise in their Interims or the trading update that will precede them.

skyracer
04/6/2010
09:53
The recovery continues with a couple of interesting new businesses started.
jeff h
19/3/2010
00:27
Yes moves fast and is illiquid...bit like your Western Selection topvest...I tried buying that some time ago and was quoted about 50% over the Offer price for about 5 grands worth!

A 500k trade went through today....over 4% of the company...I wonder who's
been buying and selling...RNS will reveal all.

jeff h
18/3/2010
20:36
I was looking at getting back in here..annoyed!
topvest
18/3/2010
20:07
500k trade today as well....that's over 4% of the company
jeff h
18/3/2010
09:00
Prime People is now primed for a recovery in 2010 and beyond
Bought a few recently
Please DYOR before making any investment decision
Company information website

http://www.prime-people.co.uk

Prime People plc is the parent company of Macdonald and Harper Craven
For more information please visit;

http://www.macdonald.co.uk and http://www.harpercraven.com

barn owl
18/3/2010
08:55
Well they say every dog has its day....waited so long for a bit of good news
...unless I'm "barking" mad...looks as though the company's prospects may well have turned a corner

jeff h
23/10/2009
12:14
yes, but why?
puffin tickler
23/10/2009
11:44
looks cheap . up 40% so far.
tomboyb
03/5/2009
15:31
this one looks like the worst is over, finals won't be all that but sure that is all priced in. brokers already priced in the lower 09 earnings. think worth a 3 month play
empirestate
21/11/2008
11:47
Prudent to drop dividend. Agree with this. Cant tell where PRP is going to go now but have accepted that second half eps will probably be zero. Low debt, cash in bank, competent mangement imo, PRP should probably survive the recession. But they must ruthlessly cut admin expenses immediately as necessary, otherwise the cash will disappear. At some point PRP should become a screaming BUY. But not yet. Seems long time since 100+p.....
skyracer
24/6/2008
08:19
IC says Good Value. Highlights overseas offices.
mctmct
16/6/2008
18:08
I thought the results were decent as well...and the outlook.

The overseas fee earners have already grown by over 25% since 31/3/08.

I'd expect the overseas contribution to be more than 1/3 of NFI in 2009.
...this of course all being organic growth.

XD on Wed for a 2.4p Final Dividend.

Latest Forecast from Arbuthnot 10/6/08 ( with a Buy rec):-

Y/E 31/3/09 Pre Tax £2.54m EPS 13.27p Div 4.00p

Y/E 31/3/10 Pre Tax £2.84m EPS 14.83p Div 4.25p

...the company will have a write up in this weeks IC.

jeff h
06/6/2008
09:10
seem decent results to me. Obviously the outlook isnt fantastic but it could be much worse. Particularly pleasing to see a reduction in admin expenses to £5,481,000 from £6,044,000 in H1. Around £8m market cap seems cheap to me. I dont hold but am tempted.
wilco99
30/3/2008
12:42
Must be a chance that Peter Hearn will want to merge this with OPD where
he's the largest shareholder and looks unlikely to succeed in taking over
Imprint....so buying PRP as a Plan B here a possibilty.

I added last week most recruiters seem to be coming out with good figures
and more importantly decent outlook statements.

jeff h
02/2/2008
09:04
This is certainly getting hammered now. Glad I sold last year. May look again later in the year. Fundamentally this is a sound business, but the tide is going out!
topvest
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