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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
  +0.00p +0.00% 91.00p 90.00p 92.00p 91.00p 91.00p 91.00p 8,810 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 0.2 -1.1 -11.4 - 157.59

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
13/2/2004
10:25
the trade was a cross at around the mid - always promising as it usually means an end to an overhang ... ticking up now as other buyers come in
maut too
13/2/2004
09:38
Very quiet here! Huge T-trade just gone through @ 70p - nearly £600k's worth. A buy from 2-3 weeks back?
smay88
06/2/2004
10:45
05.02.04 :+1.25, (69) announces that it has been awarded the Single Source Maintenance contract by the Defence Communication Services Agency of the Ministry of Defence. The three-year contract is valued at £10m. Under the new contract, which brings together many of the MOD's hardware support requirements, Synstar will now provide IT and network Hardware Maintenance to MOD establishments in a global environment, particularly in the UK, Germany, Gibraltar, Cyprus and Her Majesty's Fleet. In addition, a complete desktop Managed Service will be provided in Cyprus. The responsibilities cover a range of Synstar's services, and will involve supporting over 200,000 assets, many in secure environments. Synstar has also renewed the contract to the end of 2007 to provide pan-European Managed Services support to Galileo, a travel service provider. The new contract has an initial value of EUR18m, and covers the UK, Western Europe and Scandinavia. The service will be delivered by a combination of direct Synstar staff, and subcontractors from the Synstar's European Business Network. In Holland, the company said that cross-selling is continuing to prove to be a source of valuable additional business. Most recently, the Dutch Airline KLM, a long-term maintenance customer, has added Synstar networking services to its contract. Cabling and other networking services with a value in excess of EUR200,000 will be delivered in the coming months, the company said.
maut too
05/2/2004
08:27
http://freeserve.advfn.com/cmn/news/newsmona.php?article=6644757&epic=SYN Contracts, MoD as above (311), and others.
boadicea
05/2/2004
07:34
CAS Synstar : Wins MoD Maintenance deal 05-Feb-2004 07:18 Synstar, the pan-European IT services provider, said today that it has been awarded the Single Source Maintenance contract by the Defence Communication Services Agency of the Ministry of Defence, or MOD. Under the new contract, which brings together many of the MOD's hardware support requirements, Synstar will now provide IT and network Hardware Maintenance to MOD establishments in a global environment, particularly in the UK, Germany, Gibraltar, Cyprus and Her Majesty's Fleet. More to follow... ICV Edited News from Dow Jones 0718 GMT Feb 05 2004
maut too
29/1/2004
13:14
CAS Synstar : Holding in company 29-Jan-2004 13:12 The Company received notification on Jan. 28, 2004 that Prudential have a notifiable interest in 4,900,000 ordinary shares of 1p each in the Company, representing 3.01% of the Company's issued share capital. ICV Edited News from Dow Jones 1312 GMT Jan 29 2004
maut too
20/1/2004
21:00
Will wait for this to return to around 65p before I get in. When Robbie Burns buys there is always an initial rise before returning back to its previous price.
rolandrat
20/1/2004
13:49
Thanks DAVE. Glad to be ahead of him!
boadicea
20/1/2004
13:31
that explains it - think he has a website and also a teletext page
maut too
20/1/2004
13:27
Robbie Burns (frequenttrader) bought today
daveofdevon
20/1/2004
13:25
I have been accumulating these - now one of my larger holdings. Pleased to see that trades page looks very encouraging - but why?. Is there some news on the City grape vine, or recent mention somewhere?
boadicea
20/1/2004
13:18
moving up on substained buying pressure this am - 32 buys - 1 sell :-))
maut too
19/1/2004
11:27
You could well be right boadicea - do the same myself on occasions CAS Synstar : Director Ettling resigns 19-Jan-2004 11:16 Synstar said today that Mike Ettling, the Board director responsible for its UK and German operations, has resigned to pursue other interests within the IT services sector. He has resigned from the Board with effect from today and will leave the Company at the end of March 2004. With immediate effect, Alistair Blaxill will join the Operating Board, taking responsibility for the majority of the Company's UK business. Mike Ettling's responsibilities in Germany will be passed to Dennis Thomas, a member of Synstar's Operating Board. The remainder of Mr Ettling's responsibilities will be allocated to other members of the Operating Board. ICV Edited News from Dow Jones 1116 GMT Jan 19 2004
maut too
14/1/2004
18:21
maut - The extreme closeness of the time looked to me as if someone had opened two or three 'screens' on their PC, teed each one up and then pressed three 'go' buttons in quick succession, hoping that the mm's wouldn't have time to shift the price in between! Perhaps some for their ISA, some for their PEP and some for the wife's pep/isa. Not that I've tried it myself, but I know you can place an order on one screen and watch it register on ADVFN trades using two screens. Chrissey - As far as share divs are concerned, there will ONLY be CGT advantage soon - after April 2005?, I think but check me on that. Could be this year?
boadicea
14/1/2004
17:27
Forgive ignorance of isa benefits mauty but what is advantage of having non income stock in an isa? Is there a capital gains effect as well?
chrissey
14/1/2004
10:47
two of the trades could be a roll or someone transferring into an isa - two mm's turned blue around the same time
maut too
14/1/2004
10:43
Interesting deal. Someone has just bought 45292 in 3 deals of ~15k each and had to pay an extra .5p for each successive lot - i.e. price is quite sensitive at the moment and appears that it would not take much to push it up.
boadicea
07/1/2004
09:44
Also looking to add a few ... clearly it has upset the market in the short term but has to be seen to be positive for the future
maut too
07/1/2004
09:27
French sale - Wise move, good news, imho. Should be more able to move forward now. Top-up time again.
boadicea
07/1/2004
08:29
MRS Stock talk : Synstar exits France in buyout 07-Jan-2004 08:25 Synstar disposes of its French operations, via a management buy-out, for a cash outflow of #8.7m - less than Arbuthnot's George O'Connor anticipated. France has long dragged on profitability and speedy exit will be welcomed. Notes French business had little managed service revenue. Impact already factored into model although 2004 net cash forecast cut to #10.9m. Rates at buy and expects more disposals. At 0825 GMT, shares were flat at 63.5p. (NPF) 0825 GMT Jan 07 2004
maut too
07/1/2004
07:49
CAS Synstar : Completes French disposal 07-Jan-2004 07:27 Synstar reports today the completion of the Synstar France sale. In the company's statement on Dec. 2, 2003 of its preliminary results, the board disclosed that it was in advanced negotiations to sell its operations in France. Following the Workers' Council giving an opinion on the disposal, Synstar has completed that sale to the subsidiary's management team. The consideration for the sale was a cash payment of #0.2m. The net assets at the time of sale were #10.0m. After legal, redundancy and other costs, and the write-off of goodwill through the Group profit and loss account of #3.1m (previously written off to reserves), the sale of Synstar France will result in a loss on disposal of #14.5m. The cash effect of the sale is expected to be an outflow of approximately #8.7m. In addition, a small number of Business Continuity contracts managed by Synstar Belgium but executed in the main by Synstar's french operations will be assigned to the newly independent Synstar France. The disposal will bring an immediate and beneficial effect on the operating performance of the Group. Synstar France reported operating losses of #3.3m in the year ended Sep. 30, 2003 and, given the limited scope for business development and cost reduction, a similar scale of loss could have been expected in the current financial year. Synstar France will join the pan-European "Synstar Business Network" as a financially sound and independent business, and continue as a local delivery partner that uses it's processes and is tightly bound into delivery infrastructure. Synstar France had been a long-term loss making business. In the year ended Sep. 30 2003, Synstar France reported turnover of #16.4m (2002: #17.1m) and operating losses of #3.3m (2002: an operating loss of #0.9m). As a result, the Board believes that the sale of Synstar France represents a clean break from a loss making business that will benefit the group both in terms of improved operating performance and increased management focus on the group's continuing operations. ICV Edited News from Dow Jones 0727 GMT Jan 07 2004
maut too
04/12/2003
14:50
CAS Synstar : Holding in company 04-Dec-2003 14:42 The Company today reveived notification from Scottish Widows Investment Partnership Limited that they are interested in 6,866,698 ordinary shares of 1p each in the Company ("Shares"),. Of this interest, 6,226,757, representing approximately 3.83% of the Company's issued share capital, comprise a material and notifiable interest. The notifcation is made on behalf of Lloyds TSB Group plc, Lloyds TSB Bank plc and Scottish Widows Group Limited, who are also deemed to be interested in the Shares, being companies within the Lloyds TSB Group of companies. ICV Edited News from Dow Jones 1442 GMT Dec 04 2003
maut too
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
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