Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Scisys LSE:SSY London Ordinary Share GB0001520757 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +3.00p +2.04% 150.00p 147.00p 153.00p 150.00p 147.00p 147.00p 63,404 12:30:30
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 57.2 3.9 11.5 13.0 44.34

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18/10/2018
13:57
Just for completeness re director sells Director Dealings SCISYS PLC ("SCISYS" or "Company"), the supplier of bespoke software systems, IT-based solutions and support services to the Media & Broadcast, Space, Government, Defence and Commercial sectors, announces that Klaus Meng, a Director of the Company, has sold 120,000 ordinary shares of 25p each in the capital of the Company ("Ordinary Shares") to complete his previously announced planned share sale, of which David Coghlan, a Non-Executive Director of SCISYS, has purchased 100,000 Ordinary Shares on behalf of his wife, Genevieve Marie Coghlan and also to be held by Scawton Limited, owned by family trusts of which members of David Coghlan's family are beneficiaries.
soundbuy
18/10/2018
13:10
I seem to remember reading an analysis of director buys ages ago that indicated collective buys were something of a clue, whereas sells had no correlation with the company's subsequent performance. Presumably that's after taking out any dodgy director selling that in retrospect was suspicious because of forthcoming financial irregularities.
yump
18/10/2018
12:59
Good sale at 185p by that director, that was a ding a ling bell ringing moment for me.
montyhedge
18/10/2018
10:57
The big fall looks silly. I still think anything under 170 is a “must buy” and at today’s price I am thinking of selling other things to buy more.
balancer
18/10/2018
10:32
Well, excellent to see SSY being proactive....was well flagged but still kudos to the management... Plenty of Cos. citing brexit concerns going fwd in updates/results..........and little else/no reference to contingency plans etc.....those with complex supply chains could be well exposed.... Nobody likes uncertainty.......this removes some..............
soundbuy
18/10/2018
10:07
SCISYS ‏ @SCISYS_PLC 22m22 minutes ago Following some misleading press headlines, @SCISYS_PLC would like to clarify that, should the shareholders vote in favour of the proposal, only its ultimate holding company will move to Ireland. Its operations will remain in their current locations in the UK, Germany and France.
soundbuy
18/10/2018
06:09
One of the factors that some may need to ask about is whether the stock will retain it's "unlisted" satus for, inter alia, iht purposes. It appears that the management's choice of exchange does in fact satisfy this requirement. See - hTTps://www.gov.uk/government/publications/recognised-stock-exchanges-section-1005-income-tax-act-2007/shorter-tables#ireland-republic-of
boadicea
17/10/2018
16:21
Anybody who attended SSY's PI lunch in June will know that this has been well planned and will have no effect on the underlying business. Only impact is a one off expense of very modest proportions. IMO the shares are cheap.
chasbas
17/10/2018
15:35
I'd expect shorters and the like to appear from every corner once prices take sudden drops. They know that many pi's don't really know the businesses they've bought into and therefore have no value or rating floor to work with.
yump
17/10/2018
14:17
Not worried with drop and in fact see announcement today as positive news. One of few companies who have clear plan and contingency in place for Brexit.Shares sold by director in July was planned, and majority were purchased by another Director.Drop over past few weeks still on very low volume and given no change in fundamentals, expect significant upside from here.
stephencoster
17/10/2018
14:06
Never did like it since a director sold 125,000 at 185p in July. For me that was like someone ringing a bell and saying near the top.
montyhedge
17/10/2018
12:48
Of course everyone that voted for Brexit will blame the government for any negative consequences. It wouldn't have mattered which party was in power, they'd blame each other and the public sheep would just follow along. Always someone else's fault. Its quite pathetic and quite frankly I don't care if I offend some of the people in the pub who express the 'someone else is to blame' mentality. Just like those idiots who dress in black in the dark and walk onto a zebra suddenly while texting. As I said to one of them the other day - would you rather be injured and blame someone else, or not be injured at all ? Perhaps I should just sue the next one that does it for causing me emotional distress, having to slam the brakes on and bounce everyone in the car around. A few headlines about that might make people think.
yump
17/10/2018
11:40
Scisys to dual list SciSys PLC (SSY.LN) said Wednesday that it will create a new group holding company incorporated in Ireland and listed both on London's AIM and the Enterprise Securities Market of Euronext Dublin, as part of its Brexit contingency plans. The software and IT-systems supplier said its shareholders will become shareholders in the holding company, which will be called New SCISYS, and will hold the same number of shares as they did in the old SCISYS. The company said the new structure will enable it to satisfy any applicable European Union residency requirements for EU-funded work without adversely affecting its ability to continue contributing to programs funded by the European Space Agency, the U.K. Space Agency and other commercial operators.
slopsjon2
11/10/2018
17:36
mctmct What do you think ?
yump
11/10/2018
13:10
Perhaps not a problem with the system but somebody interfering with power supply like with BA !
haroldthegreat
11/10/2018
12:46
What impact will the BBC outage yesterday have on Annova's prospects and profitability?
mctmct
11/10/2018
09:23
Welcome new ? posters with the rapid research on problems. Main share price drop happened on the 9th. before the BBC glitch from 15.00 on 10th. BBC glitch just turned up coincidentally.
yump
11/10/2018
07:41
hTTps://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-45812540
darlocst
10/10/2018
22:23
BBC news problems today due to software problems with Scisys subsidiary Annova OpenMedia software according to articles I've seen....
gconvery
10/10/2018
16:58
It could be that nothing at all has happened or is about to happen, as is the case with plenty of smaller stocks that have taken fright in the last day or so. Just take a look at the main US charts and the UK charts. They look like they've topped out and at best will go sideways for some time. Fighting that influence is futile and so is reading anything into individual stocks when the main markets are worried. Or put it another way: What are the chances of stocks that are close to highs, carrying on up or maintaining the high when the main markets are behaving like that ? This is a good test of which stocks really do have support and which haven't. If the main markets drop but carry on in a general sideways trend, then good stocks should get supported at a reasonable level. The badly supported stocks where the investors don't have much confidence (probably as a result of doing no research) will just drop way down.
yump
09/10/2018
14:37
I don't think so. Trade volumes so low when hit 160 (
stephencoster
09/10/2018
14:30
It could be that the EU has chucked them off the space contracts, despite them having transferred the control to the German subsidiary, or another contractual problem like that. Us small shareholders will of course be the last to know. Incidentally if you look at today's graph of FairFX (FFX), it's identical to this one.
dr know
09/10/2018
14:27
Going ex div around now ?
bigwig
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