Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Relx Plc LSE:REL London Ordinary Share GB00B2B0DG97 ORD 14 51/116P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.00 -0.09% 2,196.00 2,182.00 2,184.00 2,220.00 2,180.00 2,211.00 7,702,663 16:35:05
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 7,110.0 1,483.0 63.5 34.6 42,438

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bought a spreadbet today, looking for 2-5% on the bounce in the next week or two.
Well I sold mine yesterday for 495.25 and bought back in again at 471 this morning. What is the news, I heave read nothing, I just acted on seeing the graph plunge this morning and thought bargain.
louis the bandit
sure ..it is.
This is the one - GO for it
Hi Brain, Yes was a little worried about doing that, my trade was on a spread bet, but seeing the price rise further today made me kick myself a little. That said I am concerned that if the market does not like the trading statement there could be a large drop. My preference is to bank profits up to statements rather than lose a profit on negative sentiment. good luck.
Hi Dawn, I sold mine yesterday for 4.86.Tidy trading profit.
brain smiley
out at 495.60 2nd dec
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still largarding.. this share should be doing better.
brain smiley
Reed has a trading Update out,in the beginning of Decemeber. This might explain the recent poor performance.Pearson is doing well but Reed just lags,it should be doing better.
brain smiley
This is exactly the reason which makes me think that Reed elsevier is a bid target.When the management of a company is unable to solve the problems,particularly when economic conditions are improving,a predator appears which may happen before the end of the year.
Possibly so, but in the shorter term there appears to be problems re Reed's US Intellectual property ( eg from Internet based educational activity) - the chart shows the RSI is very oversold however... I'd go short here except it is as said, oversold.
Reed elsevier and Pearson have overlap in some parts of their business.Shares of both companies are not benefitting from the upward trend of stock markets.There are other companies in similar areas of business and facing similar problems.I think this sector is ripe for takeover/merger activity. Comments are invited.
Well a good rally back to 480's and Mac D turning up around now.. target 560 in 8-12 weeks. Lucky if you went long at 395p!!!!
boram...i would agree...the strength in this sector is woeful...but these guys are cutting through the hostile enviroment...and ther is a decent divi too...dont hold myself...bsy etc....but am observing....all the best http://www.polskishop.com/21_02_03.htm
Reed Elsevier cheered investors as it posted a 9% rise in profits in 2002, helped by cost cuts in its biggest unit. Reed also added that it is on track to meet targets in 2003. I would have to say that this looks like a company to watch.
Only a hardened (pun intended!) porn movie watcher would know who Ron Jeremy was! ....errr, so I've never heard of him, who is he ?
again, which coming was it. I think i saw that one, was it ron jeremy?
mad4IT - 10 Feb'03 - 23:00 - 1 of 1 Anybody see ' The Second Coming' I thought for a minute there, you`d been watching porn.
Anybody see ' The Second Coming' on ITV yesterday & today ? The author obviously agreed with you, err, sports! ;) His idea of a 'Third testament' was the end of ALL religion! ....and 'Judgement Day' itself brought about the end of all religion, with 'God's blessing' !!! Nice idea!
The support is well and truly broken - down she goes. The question is how - like a stone or like a feather?
zzaxx99, I totally agree. A good time to short before it drops too much. 492 p has now become resistance level. The high p/e is by no means justifiable.
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