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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Rm Plc LSE:RM. London Ordinary Share GB00BJT0FF39 ORD 2 2/7P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  1.00 0.42% 237.00 221.00 237.00 237.00 237.00 237.00 43 16:35:13
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 189.0 10.5 10.2 23.2 199

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
08/3/2013
11:45
Yes, interesting - tripling his holding in the process. Meanwhile peer Promethean World sees its revenue fall 30%. The education sector is just not spending.
ftrottier
06/3/2013
22:12
Nice director buy.
tratante
02/3/2013
19:32
Yes but DB pension payments are a big draw and this will continue for the foreseeable future. + Chairman is very cautious over future. Suspect it may be why share price has not picked up despite strong FY figures. More patience needed.
ftrottier
21/2/2013
09:16
The results look pretty good on the face of it. Over half of the company's market cap of c.70 million is in cash or equivalents, the PBT of c.8 million gives it a pretty low P/E ratio, and there is an increased dividend.
truffle
21/2/2013
09:10
Good figs this am looks like it has enticed some buyers
nw99
15/1/2013
19:39
not sure the market would understand the significance, not your typical financial institution, but they have a record of being very astute with their investments which go to fund medical research. You can bet they have done their homework.
tratante
15/1/2013
14:17
Saw the notice about The Wellcome Trust too and assumed it was positive news but the market didn't seem to react or else ignored it. Hopefully it is good news.
truffle
15/1/2013
12:04
any one watching these? Seems to be some activity. The Wellcome Trust, no slouches when it comes to making money, have just taken a big chunk. Hoepfully showing the green shoots of recovery as the ceo's action plan bears fruit (with apologies for mixed metaphors!
tratante
10/2/2012
15:32
what a cracking rise..:o)
nurdin
30/1/2012
09:45
My screen showing current price 73 unchanged, but the bid is 80 and the offer 82. That can't be correct surely? One of them must be wrong.
truffle
03/11/2011
07:04
Another director buy. Three in last few days.
tratante
01/11/2011
20:51
The share options RNS is an interesting read. Ratcliffe needs to buy 2.5m shares on-market before 30-11-12 in order to take full advantage of his option shares. And the share price must be above 100p for 20 consecutive days before he can buy 1m at 51.125p. So we can expect him to buy another 1.25m in the next 13 months. Good to see such preconditions to the option shares.
bozzy_s
31/10/2011
22:27
Now that's what I call a vote of confidence. Two director purchases including, Martyn Ratcliffe, Executive Chairman, purchased 1,250,000 2p ordinary shares at a price of 65 pence per share.
tratante
25/10/2011
12:47
sorry, 24/10/11. ryan.
greenelf
25/10/2011
12:46
x-ray vision mate. ...No just sticking my turtle neck out. U r welcome to disagree!
greenelf
25/10/2011
12:36
green, 24/11/11? can you see into the future lol.
ryan83
25/10/2011
12:34
I agree, this has been over-sold, with a bit of restructuring it can be brought back on track. Current fair price should be around 60-70p, then depends on full year results in November. Daniel Stewart has a 90p price target (re-iterated on 24/11/11).
greenelf
18/10/2011
22:07
I agree and have just invested this week. It looks to me as if the shares are incredibly cheap and intrinsic value is several multiples higher than their current valuation unless I am missing something (which I don't think I am !)...would welcome more views Toon
toon army
18/10/2011
09:39
still the best in the business but taking a battering from their last update and market sentiment at the minute - will return even stronger imho
doodle1
18/10/2011
08:51
Fallen out of bed but no comments - Anyone any views or is the coy doomed due to the cut back in government budgets ? or is there a competitor out there that is capuring what is left of the market ?
pugugly
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