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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Stenprop Limited LSE:STP London Ordinary Share GG00BFWMR296 ORD EUR0.000001258
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.50 0.33% 153.75 152.50 155.00 155.00 152.00 152.50 28,493 16:35:08
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment Trusts 44.1 16.1 5.5 28.0 435

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
04/3/2010
15:53
Another buy today @ 56.9p. This will rise very shortly and fast!
oracle28
03/3/2010
19:24
This is due a bounce! One decent upward movement and this will take-off. Graph also looking very good. A good size buy today 5000 @ 56.9p What do you think Big bigstuff?
oracle28
03/3/2010
05:50
Like it a great deal they are now getting into gear, unknown [and unloved] but as profits are delivered the re rating will in my view start.
tara7
02/3/2010
22:24
Hi Tara what do you think of short term prospects here?. No posts here for a while.
big bigstuff
26/2/2010
14:14
One of those 'best' kept secrets I am afraid!
martin44
26/2/2010
11:53
Oh so quiet? Any idea why so little interest?
oracle28
23/2/2010
10:39
Those are buys at 57p. Offer at the moment is 57p and bid 55p! The best spread i have seen for quite a while
oracle28
21/2/2010
23:09
All I know is that the company continues to go from strength to strength with management being acquired along with their business's that will want to achieve and win more business and senior roles within this expanding business....
martin44
20/2/2010
22:17
Why would there be no reason for this fall? Do you have info.? More news may be out on Monday to explain the fall?
oracle28
20/2/2010
01:39
All I can think is that it is the market makers messing around because there is no reason at all for it....
martin44
19/2/2010
21:51
What happened today? Very disappointing day indeed! The trades do not represent the decline? Any ideas?
oracle28
18/2/2010
22:57
Proofiting - totally agree, however their reputation, know how and growth is certainly getting known in the industry and they are becoming a true business player, but yest I think the companies brokers could do them a lot more justice for what is over due....
martin44
18/2/2010
17:12
Again let's hope so and soon this company will begin to get some attention.One thing that appear to be poor at is investor relations and getting their story across to the city institutions which is key for any quoted company if they are to increase their market cap. True performance will eventually shine through but it would do no harm to sell the story.
profiting
17/2/2010
22:43
Trading updates when they come will be good with the business significantly exceeding forcasts!
martin44
17/2/2010
22:42
Comms Dealer Magazine today -SPIRITEL BAGS MOBILE FIRM SPIRITEL has strengthened its mobile arm with the acquisition of London-based mobile voice and data reseller Mobotel Management for an initial consideration of £1.15 million. The acquisition is SpiriTel's tenth since 2006. Mobotel, based in Fulham, focuses on the provision of converged mobility services to corporate customers in the legal and financial services sectors. Its client list includes well known names such as Mishcon de Reya solicitors, Houlihan Lokey, the NHS Confederation, Eden Financial Limited and Storm Models, Britain's leading model agency. Under the terms of the deal, SpiriTel will pay £1.15 million in cash on completion. As at 31 December 2009, Mobotel had net assets of approximately £1.0 million, including a cash balance of £1.25 million. In the year ended 31 March 2009, Mobotel had revenues of £2.1 million and profit before tax of £0.3 million. Alastair Mills, Chief Executive of SpiriTel, said: "Mobotel is a well established provider of mobile services and solutions. The customer base is particularly attractive in that most connections are BlackBerry and the ARPU is well above the industry average. The acquisition strengthens our own mobile line of business which has recently delivered strong organic growth and also provides an excellent cross sell opportunity for our expanding Business Division."
martin44
17/2/2010
19:05
Let's hope so and waiting for trading update.
profiting
16/2/2010
22:37
More to come I feel so cementing the success's already won and culminating in a comprehensive UK Telco business....
martin44
12/2/2010
23:51
Profiting - a friend of mine has worked at MoboTel for a few years and yes it is well run and in fact all it needed was a fixed line business to beef it up this has now been done with the acquisition by Spiritel. The business will benefit both ways!
martin44
12/2/2010
07:38
Yes, you can get plus trades from plus dite as well, [15 m. delay]
tara7
11/2/2010
23:16
Tara, No I don't have level 2 but I thought you could get Plus Trades via a website. Martin do you know MoboTel or just taking your view from the RNS? Really happy to hold these and have been for about two years but need them up to a pound which I think is easily achieveable given recent events and improved earnings visibility along with sound funding.These must get re-rated soon.
profiting
11/2/2010
22:29
Been out all day but MoboTel is a very well run company and has high ARPU and the perfect fit for Spiritel both with its vertical markets but also the corporate nature of the business, in one word 'Perfect'! Well said Tara all self funding and the opportunity to carry on the Spiritel motto of cross selling, all important!
martin44
11/2/2010
13:59
Yes, and top young guy in charge, who is working very hard indeed to produce results.
tara7
11/2/2010
13:56
Could rise v. quickly to £1+ on the next trading statement. Currently there is not enough interest from the market - but once they show the £££ coming in that will change. Bread and butter business potential this once they get economies of scale right - in the same league as other utilities - and will attract income funds by the bucket load.
longshanks
11/2/2010
12:44
Looks like STP are about to step up a gear, best time to buy is now, as old timers can get out for a bit of cash. This company is growing fast and as a few in the city jump on board the stock price should rise.
tara7
11/2/2010
12:32
I know your right Tara,as long as we don't go to fast, nice and steady will do me.
jc1619
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