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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Scisys Group Plc LSE:SSY London Ordinary Share IE00BD9PKV79 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 253.00 0.00 01:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 58.41 1.99 4.90 51.6 75
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 253.00 GBX

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22/10/2020
09:20
Scisys Daily Update: Scisys Group Plc is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SSY. The last closing price for Scisys was 253p.
Scisys Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 0p and a 12 week average price of 0p.
The 1 year high share price is 256p while the 1 year low share price is currently 251p.
There are currently 29,693,160 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Scisys Group Plc is £75,123,694.80.
18/6/2019
18:11
mfhmfh: I still think price is too low. ST in IC says: 'the offer...equates to a multiple of 18 times house broker FinnCap’s earnings per share estimate of 14p for the 2019 financial year...' A counter offer of 20-25 times is not fanciful thinking. Let's wait and see (and hope for the best).
14/6/2019
13:44
balancer: I am sorry to see it go. SciSys has been one of my best AIM shares for a decade. 254 is lower than I would have liked but considering the weak price over the last 10 days it would probably have taken till next year to get to 250 in the market. CGI is Canadian, SciSys had to move to Eire to keep its EU work in Germany, what will happen to that now.
14/6/2019
07:38
the vampire: 254 offer price.
07/6/2019
11:28
yump: Given the very significant reversal yesterday, I wouldn't be at all surprised to find 200p becomes support - give it time. The rating in the previous range all the way from June 18 was often higher than it is now and that was with the Brexit worries. Now SSY have sorted that out and are still growing, it would seem a good reason to be higher than 200p by a margin. Its not that unusual for quality businesses to run at p/e's of 20.
06/6/2019
17:43
mfhmfh: Finncap have a 225p target price.
06/6/2019
17:15
boadicea: SSY has changed somewhat over the past five years but for the record there has been a tendency for a dip on mid-year AGM statements as below - 2014 a fall of ~10% (~89 to ~80p) followed by recovery on statement in July 2015 larger drop of ~28% as a reaction to a potential breach of banking covenants 2016 generally stable but responded well on a pre-results statement in August 2017 fall of ~10% (~110p to ~98p) followed by a strong advance on September statement 2018 spike down below 150p and immediate strong recovery to ~180p. In contrast to this, the interim figures in late September of most years have produced almost no market response - so the company is evidently good at expectation management. The above is a very rough outline and I haven't correlated the drops exactly to the mid-year/AGM statement dates. However yump's idea appears valid on balance and supports mfh's suggestion of a time to top up. The question is whether to do it now or wait for some less-than-exciting interim figures in September and risk losing out to a further contract win announcement. At least we know that the 200p support was not there and we could now be looking at 180p, perhaps with 200p as a ceiling for some months ahead.
01/5/2019
14:30
boadicea: On balance I would guess the share price will stick around the £2 mark for a while, either just above - bouncing off it as a support level, or just below as a ceiling. Anyway, buys have breached the 200p mark today. Its tendency to be reliant on quasi-governmental organisations (EU, Space, Broadcasters, utilities etc.) gives it a measure of stability insofar as they are mainly Western and spending other people's money. The complexion could change somewhat when the new EU parliament is installed shortly - it may look very different from the current one - especially if it decides to get a grip on the executive. However, any effect on SSY is likely to be slow due to the longer term nature of its contracts.
01/5/2019
14:26
boadicea: On balance I would guess the share price will stick around the £2 mark for a while, either just above - bouncing off it as a support level, or just below as a ceiling. Its tendency to be reliant on quasi-governmental organisations (EU, Space, Broadcasters, utilities etc.) gives it a measure of stability insofar as they are mainly Western and spending other people's money. The complexion could change somewhat when the new EU parliament is installed shortly - it may look very different from the current one - especially if it decides to get a grip on the executive. However, any effect on SSY is likely to be slow due to the longer term nature of its contracts.
09/4/2019
22:37
dr know: Here you go. A raft of contract wins increased profit by 16% and the consequent cash flow halved borrowings to £3.1m so eps increased by 40% to 12.8p with an increase in the dividend that has seen the payout increased by over 10% every year since 2013. The order book is at record levels, and it has Brexit-proofed its ownership structure. "I maintain my earlier view that Scisys is a real Brexit winner. Buy." Target price of 230 reiterated.
24/10/2018
14:43
hyperboreus: Simon Thompson reiteration of his previous tip(s)concludes as follows: "So, having first advised buying Scisys’s shares a year ago at 102p ('Tune into a media play', 11 Oct 2017), after which they hit a high of 199p at the end of July this year, I feel that the de-rating since last month’s half-year results (‘Scisys in a really good place’, 20 Sep 2018) is massively overdone. Interestingly, the share price, at 145p on the offer, is close to the June 2018 low of 141p and very heavily oversold. For good measure, there is positive divergence on the chart, too, with the reading on the 14-day relative strength indicator (RSI) at the share price low made on 17 October higher than at the previous low on 11 October. That suggests to me that not only should a tradable rally be forthcoming shortly, but far more to boot. Buy."
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