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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 47,404 07:49:22
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
26/3/2004
10:33
they went xd this week and we have two months for the interims - I would hope/expect more interest as this gets closer and prepared to wait
maut too
26/3/2004
10:24
Hmmm - I have my wonders about this company. In theory it's great. Practice is another matter. Money may best be allocated elsewhere. Could be others with deeper pockets have come to the same conclusion a while back and hence we languish. What are the management upto ? I like quiet companies when they plod realiably but Syn has been reliable since it floated but is still quiet. Buy-out would be the best outcome in the short term.
timtom2
26/3/2004
09:15
they are certainly very quiet news wise and seemed to have ignored the 3% nas gain overnight - just one tiny trade so far today
maut too
26/3/2004
09:08
Pure conjecture - Could be they were made an offer that was declined because Syn believe they can realise more value solo than accepting the overtures made. The offer was not improved upon & the Director buy suggests no offer is likely to go into the public domain very soon. Dir purchase a "vote of confidence" in the decision not to entertain any offer made. Can't remember the exact date of my first purchase without looking it up (a good while back - and have sold some as capital loss for CGT) but this period in the doldrums is even testing my patience. I would like to see them go to qtrly reporting.
timtom2
16/3/2004
08:42
just drifting with the market and no news
maut too
16/3/2004
08:41
It seems that the rumours may have been bad, just a guess no information, as the share seems to be going south. Would anyone care to put some educated light onto this situation. regards
kammaljit
15/3/2004
07:54
Thanks, hp.
boadicea
15/3/2004
00:57
take over supposed to be coming from compatrecentre at 95p a share ???? regards harry punter and the boys in dark glasses
harry punter
15/3/2004
00:32
14/03/04 20:25 PBB Synstar ...... even more rumours ....of what? Anyone with PBB access?
boadicea
09/3/2004
12:26
SYN is one of only four blue bits on my screen today
thamestrader
08/3/2004
16:13
lol .... torotrak are full of 'promise' and have a big uninformed retail army of small punters - wheras cd refs shows over half syn shares are owned by institutional type holders and are already performing agm soon i think
maut too
08/3/2004
15:58
maut too. We are still trying to work out why Torotrak are 77p and Synstar are 74p. Synstar turnover over £200 mil and earn 3.6p a share, Torotrak turnover £126 thou and lose 4.88p a share.....??????
intco
08/3/2004
15:25
director buys do not rule out M+A activity but it is less likely I think these tend to be an institutional play and the lack of posts indicate a lack of retail shareholders (at least active shareholders)
maut too
08/3/2004
15:20
Nice to see a Director buy. Jo Connell is an NED. However, surely this implies that there is no takeover under discussion, eg Computerland? Anyone have any views?
smay88
08/3/2004
15:13
Director bought 15k today. Every little helps.
thamestrader
07/3/2004
07:55
I suspect we may see Synstar hovering in the 70p - 80p range for the next few months until interims in June/July. Good contract wins don't seem to effect the price much, as we have seen over the last year, but some big funds have been happy to buy recently. (Prudential & Scottish Widows). If there is any substance to the take over romours then who knows but I'm not holding my breath. Failing that I suspect the next significant rise may not be until close to interims. That may be the time to look to dispose. Regards.
vino1
06/3/2004
16:02
I suspect the rumour was just that, designed to enable some to sell into the rising price.
sharewatcher
05/3/2004
12:04
kammal Repsect. LOL! Just found an article dated January 2000: http://www.vnunet.com/News/104872 Computacenter refutes rumours that it is to acquire maintenance and services rival Synstar for £250 million. Despite raging speculation about a deal between the companies, both Synstar and Computacenter categorically deny they are in talks to merge their operations. LOL! Could be a long wait. Got rid of loss-making French division saving over £3mil a year, signed new MOD contract, +-£10mil in bank - looks good to go. Sometime. In the next few years...:-)
doobrizla
05/3/2004
11:33
DoobRizla Many thanks for your reply, my goal is long term hold but the downward trend just concerned me, hence the post to you. regards.
kammaljit
05/3/2004
11:07
kammal You need to ask yourself why you bought in. Synstar keep signing new contracts and for all money, look sound. We are not going to know about Computacenter until it is signed. Could be anytime and you would therefore have to be in it to win it. If, or how long, this will take - nobody knows. Good luck
doobrizla
04/3/2004
15:00
DoobRizla Any details of when this computacentre news may be released, Ive seen my share keep on reducing from a high of 78p Should i be worried? regards
kammaljit
04/3/2004
14:00
Its 2 v 2 at the moment, but I agree, that ain't gonna help much. Think the market is waiting for news from Computacenter. Not much gonna happen until there is (except maybe fall 1p a day until there is news...)
doobrizla
04/3/2004
08:43
L2 doesn't really help in these situations - just a st tool
maut too
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