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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% 153.75 152.50 155.00 154.50 152.00 154.50 118,556 16:35:12
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
15/4/2010
11:12
What's happening here no one is interested at all.... except in selling! Anyone has a view?
oracle28
06/4/2010
00:13
dyardley - I am with you not looking for the quick win but a more projected long term rise with the 90p figure in line with your thoughts I reckon not too far out....
martin44
04/4/2010
18:07
Riley won the Bank of Scotland Entrepreneur Challenge in 2007 and says the mentoring he received from retail magnate Sir Philip Green as part of his prize has proved invaluable in putting his most recent deal together. Sorry Philip not Peter Green, my mistake but very good business credentials to make sure this business goes places.
martin44
03/4/2010
21:45
What do you mean Martin44 who's Peter Green and what is your connection? What is your take on poss. T/O?
oracle28
03/4/2010
21:25
As the Peter Green is being Daisy working very very closely with Matt Riley there should be an interesting future both with Daisy and Spiritel.
martin44
03/4/2010
20:48
STP should be worth around £40M! Daisy have around £35m cash in their coffers at the interim results Dec 2009 If STP doesn't start looking into supporting the share price they could come under attack just as they start to grow substantially.
oracle28
03/4/2010
20:42
Since that article was written Daisy (DAY) have taken out BNS on 18th Feb 2010............... The price of 20 pence for each BNS Share represents a premium of approximately 220 per cent. to the Closing Price of 6.25 pence per BNS Share on the day on which BNS Shares ceased to be admitted to trading on AIM
oracle28
03/4/2010
20:07
STP a possible take-over target................ Daisy to re-start takeovers from March 2010 December 7, 2009 Daisy Group to shed 300 telecoms jobs Nic Fildes Daisy Group, the corporate telecoms supplier, plans to cut 300 jobs and relocate a further 150 positions from to Lancashire from the south east as it gears up for further acquisitions in 2010. Matthew Riley, Daisy chief executive, said that the workforce will be cut from 1,150 in August to 850 at the end of March but that the level of job losses is 450 as the projected total includes 150 new positions at it's headquarters in Nelson. The job losses follow Daisy's acquisition of rivals AT Communications, Eurotel and Redstone over recent months as it closes offices of the companies it has acquired in Halifax and in London and moves customer accounts onto its own systems Daisy expects to restart its acquisitions next year after integrating the companies it has purchased by the end of March. Mr Riley said that there are still 600 voice resellers and 1,000 data resellers in the UK providing a substantial opportunity to acquire rivals. "People ring me up on a weekly basis looking to exit companies. I don't know how they get my mobile number," he laughed. Daisy, which is chaired by Peter Dubens who built the Pipex broadband business up largely via acquisition, expects to acquire companies that report a profit between £1 million and £30 million. Analysts said that a range of rivals, including SPIRITEL, Maintel and BNS Telecoms may be on its radar. FinnCap analyst Andrew Darley said that in time, Daisy will undoubtedly become a telecoms force but remains concerned about demotivation amongst employees after a 26 per cent cut to the workforce.
oracle28
30/3/2010
12:11
That's how i see it longshanks this is about to move up quite substantially! Those lines are about to level out and move upwards! I'm buying whenever i can! It's lucky it's so quiet enabling this to happen. The move last week, down then up, was the pivotal moment.
dyardley
30/3/2010
12:05
Interesting to see that the 200d m.a. is still in a downward trend but today is the first time we have touched it since the share consolidation and all that volatility was removed. Could be a landmark moment. I reckon we will see a sudden spike upwards to 90p any time in the next 6 weeks. Such a spike is inevitable given the share is so oversold now. Once we have established a position around 80/90p we will start seeing a steady climb up to a sensible valuation point of around £1.50/£2. I will be adding more as funds allow. [Edit: just checked with the 1 month trend and we are still not touching the 200d m.a. - but oh so close]
longshanks
29/3/2010
09:34
Interest is returning! This is the time to buy during the quiet days! April is always a very good month for Spiritel. The graph is also looking very positive, moving into a new trading range!
dyardley
27/3/2010
15:04
Good points oracle. Proof of how much this will be difficult to buy on further positive news, has been clearly shown this week! Could buy all week at about 57p Today on news of a small contract and it is 63p and only in small amounts. Looking back at previous April's (year end) this share has risen 50% and much more! Today was just the start of this years move.....which will be sustained
dyardley
26/3/2010
10:27
Great news and this will turn into a several million pound contract. The first of many over the coming year! Such lack of buying even though this will continue to rise heading into the year-end! Profit upgrades Contracts Technical buy ie. regarding golden cross which is not too far away Director purchases
oracle28
26/3/2010
09:30
Excellent news and within their strength area which only means more should sign up within this sector!
martin44
26/3/2010
07:41
£0.8m for a single contract won against stiff competition from larger operators. More of these will follow - esp. now that STP are a national provider of such services. This could well fly today - but note the volatility in the share price in recent days...someone knew about this coming and has been positioning themselves to benefit from this contract. Shame on you whoever you are.
longshanks
26/3/2010
07:09
Contract win and Growth, just what we shareholders like.
tara7
25/3/2010
08:56
Yes. the futures bright, the futures...ummm.....spiritel
longshanks
24/3/2010
22:25
Cheers longshanks for your views. This year isn't really the big issue... Next year is the year everyone will be interested in. Everything is being set up and put in place by the management for a blow out year 2010-11! Turnover with all the new acquisitions and minimum success in cross-selling will be £40m plus and profits should be £5-6m! A bargain shareprice... for now!
oracle28
24/3/2010
22:19
My estimate is based on the full year results including the lower earnings for the first 6 months: i.e. annualised income may well be £25m - but it will only be applicable for 6 months of this current year (or slightly under). Going forward - yes figures will be up at those levels and probably higher but I think £20m revenue/£2m profit is a fair estimate for FY2010. Note that I did say that the potential for growth is not factored in at all. Hope this clarifies my figures.
longshanks
24/3/2010
22:03
longshanks - I don't want to go overboard on this but at the 6 months results to end of October the comments that were made were: 'A combination of organic and acquisitive growth leaves the Group currently performing significantly ahead of reported figures for the first half of the year. Based on trading in the quarter to 31 January 2010, including post 31 October 2009 acquisitions, our annualised revenue will exceed GBP23m, with underlying annualised EBITDA* of over GBP2.3m. On a standalone basis, our Business Division is now delivering an annualised underlying EBITDA* run rate in excess of GBP3.5m.' I would of thought with the additional 3 acquisitions and the run rate of the business we now we are looking at revenue more in the regoin of £25m ? From the information I have heard the new business's have or are in the process of being integrated and this is moving along at a rapid pace.....
martin44
24/3/2010
10:01
On the subject of revenue/profits - my guess is that they will achieve full year turnover of almost £20m with profits coming in at around £2m. This gives a decent PER or approx 5 on current terms though should the loan notes all be converted then this will drop to around 12. Given this data some would see this currently as fairly priced - but the potential for growth is not factored in at all.
longshanks
24/3/2010
09:33
I bow to more experienced heads and have filed mine in the bottom draw.
jc1619
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