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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Synnovia Plc LSE:SYN London Ordinary Share GB00B289KK20 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 130.00 110.00 150.00 - 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Industrials 81.6 -0.7 -2.4 - 51

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
02/12/2003
11:38
What is that 5.2million for?
octopus100
02/12/2003
11:21
heavy trades going through including a 5.2 million cross at the mid
maut too
02/12/2003
09:05
AFX-Focus) 2003-12-02 08:47 GMT: Synstar initiates divs with FY; selling French ops; plans 5 mln stg spend LONDON (AFX) - Synstar PLC initiated dividend payments today with a 0.5 pence payout declared alongside results for the year to Sept 30 2003. Chairman John Leighfield said: "This has been another good year of progress for the business with our existing business excluding France performing well in terms of gross margins, operating profits and cash generation." The company announced today that it is in advanced negotiations for the sale of its French operations to management. If completed successfully, this action will improve the operating profitability of the group, Leighfield said. Leighfield said there has been a recent acceleration of the pressure on margins in the group's traditional maintenance business but the strategy of offering integrated Managed Services to large companies is producing significant contracts with long-term revenue streams at good margins. "The progress made this year and the next phases of our strategy that we are planning will position Synstar well for the future and hence the board's decision to begin paying dividends to shareholders," he said. The group's next phase of its strategy includes a 5 mln stg investment in people and skills in the UK and Europe, which will be taken as an exceptional charge. Turning to the figures for the year under review, the group said total operating profit was up 6 pct to 8.5 mln stg from 8.0 mln and pretax profit rose to 8.7 mln stg from 6.5 mln. Net cash inflow before financing was up 17 pct to 9.8 mln stg from 8.4 mln. It said the mixed performance in Continental Europe was counterbalanced by the strong performance in the core UK business where operating profits were up 44 pct to 13.7 mln stg from 9.5 mln. newsdesk@afxnews.com
maut too
02/12/2003
08:02
good results with management looking to chop the bits that do not work and improve/expand the bits that do
maut too
30/11/2003
13:51
Note: Results on Tuesday 2nd Dec.
boadicea
26/11/2003
14:54
still ticking up on modest buying inc a mm buy ... with finals due any day soon - guess we can expect good news :-))
maut too
25/11/2003
10:01
no new news around - vols were high on Friday but surprisingly low yesterday albeit the market was a low volume day ... looks like a stock shortage - up today on low vol
maut too
25/11/2003
09:30
Very quiet of late, but now seems to be starting another run up. Significant X-trades on Friday, and since then a series of 15/30k buys. Any whispers on the grape-vine?
boadicea
28/10/2003
11:20
octopus 100 stay for the mid term. will be up to £1 by xmas / Jan
norcomm
28/10/2003
10:09
we seem to be at the bottom of the current trading range - you have to decide whether you are an investor or a trader
maut too
28/10/2003
10:03
What is going on with this one bought in a few weeks ago on the back of news of directors buying into the company significantly and since then nothing in fact dropped off 10p - has anyone any thoughts on whether to bail out now or hold for the long term?
octopus100
27/10/2003
11:15
I think it's just a recent slowing down of the tech market in general
maut too
27/10/2003
11:01
Very muted - in fact nil - response to recent news and press comment this morning. (See previous two helpful posts). Not even the customary tick up from mm's. The profit forecast of jam postponed has been long known. Anyone have a comment on other possible reasons for current dullness?
boadicea
24/10/2003
20:01
Good: http://www.silicon.com/networks/lans/0,39024663,39116583,00.htm LloydsTSB hands "multimillion" pound deal to Synstar October 24 2003 by Andy McCue Will link up 750 branches across the UK LloydsTSB is to replace the network cabling across its 750 branches in the UK in a "multi-million" pound deal with Synstar. Inconsistency in service delivery across branches after the merger of Lloyds and TSB was one of the key drivers in the bank's decision to deploy the new cabling infrastructure. Synstar, which beat off competition from four other companies in the competitive tender process, will install an Ortronics Cat6 Structured cabling network, with the first phase of 293 branches due to go live by 12 December this year. The remaining 457 will go live by 31 March 2004. Paul Strickland, project manager at LloydsTSB, said in a statement that the bank has set tight timescales for the installation and that Synstar's "significant experience" of similar projects with another major high-street bank is key to ensuring minimal disruption to the branches in the run up to the busy Chrismas period.
davidhel
24/10/2003
10:43
Arbuthnot Securities has upgraded its rating for Fibernet to buy from add and has a long position in Chrysalis and a short position in Capital Radio after the Rajar numbers. The broker has a buy ratings for Blacks Leisure, Northgate, AIT and Synstar but a reduce rating for Shanks Group. Arbuthnot recommends buying rail maintenance contractors Carrillion, Amec, Amey and Balfour Beatty on weakness.
maut too
21/10/2003
16:41
norcomm - You have inside or private information then? Perhaps you could share it - after you have bought your fill, of course.
boadicea
21/10/2003
11:13
these will be up and over £1 by xmas
norcomm
17/10/2003
08:41
Investors move in for Synstar 17 October 2003, Evening Standard HREWD investors have moved in for IT group Synstar since it signed one of its largest-ever deals last month. Recent buyers include Citywire AAA-rated Unicorn fund manager* Peter Webb, A-rated Rathbone manager Carl Stick and the smaller companies team at Aberforth. But Synstar has warned full-year results will be at the lower end of City forecasts.
maut two
17/10/2003
08:41
Investors move in for Synstar 17 October 2003, Evening Standard HREWD investors have moved in for IT group Synstar since it signed one of its largest-ever deals last month. Recent buyers include Citywire AAA-rated Unicorn fund manager* Peter Webb, A-rated Rathbone manager Carl Stick and the smaller companies team at Aberforth. But Synstar has warned full-year results will be at the lower end of City forecasts.
maut two
17/10/2003
08:41
Investors move in for Synstar 17 October 2003, Evening Standard HREWD investors have moved in for IT group Synstar since it signed one of its largest-ever deals last month. Recent buyers include Citywire AAA-rated Unicorn fund manager* Peter Webb, A-rated Rathbone manager Carl Stick and the smaller companies team at Aberforth. But Synstar has warned full-year results will be at the lower end of City forecasts.
maut two
17/10/2003
08:40
Investors move in for Synstar 17 October 2003, Evening Standard HREWD investors have moved in for IT group Synstar since it signed one of its largest-ever deals last month. Recent buyers include Citywire AAA-rated Unicorn fund manager* Peter Webb, A-rated Rathbone manager Carl Stick and the smaller companies team at Aberforth. But Synstar has warned full-year results will be at the lower end of City forecasts.
maut two
16/10/2003
02:28
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nowagain
15/10/2003
23:20
http://www.advfn.com/cmn/news/newsmona.php?article=5740189&epic=SYN Artemis and associates now holding 1.53%, down from 6.016% notified in August. Possibly crystallising recent gains at end Sep and probably traded to another investment house as market performance has not appeared to be overtly depressed although a little more hesitant than I had expected over recent weeks. Anyway, looking better now imho. Topping up on the dip to 64p certainly looks to have been a good move.
boadicea
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