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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Synnovia. 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% 100.00p 97.00p 103.00p 100.00p 100.00p 100.00p 1,354 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 - 173.18

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
13/4/2004
20:28
maut too - 13 Apr'04 - 19:30 - 3 of 5 it does make you wonder - just got back after 3 hours and there must be 20 posts from him ... still I made around a £100 for every spam post today :-)) ++++++++++++++++++++ Not a bad return then -as we all knew his gang ramp for money- the FSA have been gagging for this boast/post for years question is whom pays him " £100 a ramp", the gaol doors are getting closer ainsoph, guru and gang over to you FSA-no chance of editing mautie its in the bag!!!!!
oldolie
13/4/2004
11:35
+0, (71) at 11:10am 13.04.04 :upgraded to 'buy' from 'neutral', at Panmure Gordon, who also hiked their price target to 85 pence from 65. The move was based on the group's recent announcement that it had brought a large contact forward by a year. This will materially impact earnings in 2005, the broker said. In addition, Synstar should see some benefit from its restructuring programme which is nearly complete.
maut too
08/4/2004
16:03
seems u r right - 5 times the average today
maut too
08/4/2004
15:47
The volume needed to get a reasonable move on Syn is quite large. All to wait for now over the next 18 months.
timtom2
08/4/2004
11:08
lol They seem to be moving up again after the early morning stall - lots of vol
maut too
08/4/2004
11:00
nice ! So much for the recent director sale. Perhaps he's leaving or doesn't know what he's doing or both !!
timtom2
08/4/2004
09:50
+2, (70.5) at 10:10am 08.04.04 :signs a new supplementary contract to provide logistics services for Fujitsu Services. As announced on Sep. 29, 2003, the primary £200m contract will begin in April 2005. Fujitsu and Logicom, its incumbent logistics provider, have now decided to outsource the last year of their existing contract to Synstar from May 1, 2004. This new supplementary contract will have a positive impact on Group revenues in the second half of the current financial year and the year ending Sep. 30 2005 and will bring forward of start up costs relating to the main £200m contract with Fujitsu. Accordingly, whilst it is not expected to have a material effect on Group profits in the second half of the current financial year, it will increase Synstar's profits and earnings in the following financial year. Synstar CEO, Steve Vaughan, said: "We are delighted to have been invited to begin work with Fujitsu a year ahead of initial expectations and are pleased that we will start the main contract with Fujitsu in April 2005 with a year's operational experience and delivery. The agreement helps Synstar with the start-up project, provides greater certainty for Logicom's staff and suppliers, and improved dependability for Fujitsu's service levels. "As we previously stated, the main contract is the largest deal Synstar has ever won and provides us the with the foundation to build one of the most significant IT services-based logistics operations in Europe."
maut too
08/4/2004
08:38
(AFX UK Focus) 2004-04-08 09:22 GMT: UK small caps open firmer on the back of contract news, results LONDON (AFX) - UK small-caps opened firmer, lifted by contract news and positive trading news, dealers reported. By 9.00 am, the FTSE Small-Cap index stood 2.1 higher at 2,653.0. The Footsie was 18.9 better at 4,487.6. Buyers came for Synstar, 2 firmer at 70-1/2, as the company signed a new supplementary contract to provide logistics for Fujitsu Services, which will enhance company profits in the next financial year. The primary 200 mln stg contract will begin in April 2005. "This new supplementary contract will have a positive impact on group revenues in the second half of the current financial year and the year ending Sept 30 2005," Synstar said. "Accordingly, whilst it is not expected to have a material effect on group profits in the second half of the current financial year, it will increase Synstar's profits and earnings in the following financial year." By contrast, Wigmore Group slipped back 0.25 to 2.75 after the company called on shareholders for 495,000 stg before expenses via the issue of 22 mln new shares at 2.25p each. The funds will be used to to provide additional working capital for the company. fjb/bam Opening market report Stocks Article layout: raw
maut too
08/4/2004
07:40
AFX UK Focus) 2004-04-08 08:18 GMT: UK smallcap opening - Synstar up on Fujitsu contract LONDON (AFX) - Shares in Synstar were wanted as the company signed a new supplementary contract to provide logistics for Fujitsu Services, which will enhance company profits in the next financial year. The primary 200 mln stg contract will begin in April 2005. "This new supplementary contract will have a positive impact on group revenues in the second half of the current financial year and the year ending Sept 30 2005," Synstar said. "Accordingly, whilst it is not expected to have a material effect on group profits in the second half of the current financial year, it will increase Synstar's profits and earnings in the following financial year." Synstar shares were 2 pence higher at 70-1/2 by 8.00 am. fjb/rn
maut too
08/4/2004
07:27
interesting - the 100k was a delayed premarket buy but a tick down to generate the impression of a sell
maut too
08/4/2004
07:24
I agree that was disappointing but coincided with a general turndown ... this time I expect a new high
maut too
08/4/2004
07:22
I bought these babies back when the press reported heavy director buying at 80p - so much for that theory was expecting them to be 120+ by now not returning to 70p on back of an announcement.
octopus100
08/4/2004
07:20
we seem to be on the move now - a 200k spt now showing which could have been an overhang
maut too
08/4/2004
07:04
AFX UK Focus) 2004-04-08 07:38 GMT: Synstar extends logistics contract with Fujitsu Services Article layout: raw LONDON (AFX) - Synstar PLC said it has signed a new supplementary contract to provide logistics for Fujitsu Services, which will enhance company profits in the next financial year. The primary 200 mln stg contract will begin in April 2005. "This new supplementary contract will have a positive impact on group revenues in the second half of the current financial year and the year ending Sept 30 2005," Synstar said. "Accordingly, whilst it is not expected to have a material effect on group profits in the second half of the current financial year, it will increase Synstar's profits and earnings in the following financial year."
maut too
08/4/2004
07:02
looks like a good trading update - I added as I said I would - three fair sixed buys ahead of the market open
maut too
08/4/2004
06:33
lol CAS Synstar : Signs new Fujitsu contract 08-Apr-2004 07:05 Synstar said today that it has signed a new supplementary contract to provide logistics services for Fujitsu Services. As announced on Sep. 29, 2003, the primary #200m contract will begin in April 2005. Fujitsu and Logicom, its incumbent logistics provider, have now decided to outsource the last year of their existing contract to Synstar from May 1, 2004. This new supplementary contract will have a positive impact on Group revenues in the second half of the current financial year and the year ending Sep. 30 2005 and will bring forward of start up costs relating to the main #200m contract with Fujitsu. Accordingly, whilst it is not expected to have a material effect on Group profits in the second half of the current financial year, it will increase Synstar's profits and earnings in the following financial year. Synstar CEO, Steve Vaughan, said: "We are delighted to have been invited to begin work with Fujitsu a year ahead of initial expectations and are pleased that we will start the main contract with Fujitsu in April 2005 with a year's operational experience and delivery. The agreement helps Synstar with the start-up project, provides greater certainty for Logicom's staff and suppliers, and improved dependability for Fujitsu's service levels. "As we previously stated, the main contract is the largest deal Synstar has ever won and provides us the with the foundation to build one of the most significant IT services-based logistics operations in Europe." ICV Edited News from Dow Jones 0605 GMT Apr 08 2004
maut too
06/4/2004
11:07
I get the feeling that the directors have fallen out with each other, Jo Connell buys 15,000 at 75p, then Stephen Gleadle sells 25,000 at 70p, doesn't make sense. Now 67p to sell...?? : ))
intco
06/4/2004
10:32
I am tracking with a view to buying - this seems to come in waves with syn and we are now close to the support level
maut too
06/4/2004
10:24
Kammaljit - who really knows ? My take is that Robbie Burns has moved out and so have a # of smaller players that follow him. This, without a reason to buy, means we drift lower on low volume. The picture for Syn is better now than it has been for 2+ years with loss making areas removed and a good contract pipeline and moving to higher margin buisness activities. Unfortunately to make any money we have to be patient. A move towards £1 is on the cards in my opinion but I have no idea when. There are a good # of institutions now on board too. £1 by this time next year would not surprise me at all.
timtom2
06/4/2004
07:55
SYN seems to be slowly heading south, or am I mistaken and this is just a blip with an upturn saround the corner. I'm still a longterm holder but only just. any comments would be useful regards
kammaljit
30/3/2004
14:23
hmmmmmm ... arbuthnot confirms its buy rating today
maut too
30/3/2004
14:21
Robbie Burns has sold SYN, but obviously SYN holders aren't quite as lemming-like as RTD which he also sold and which is on the receiving end of massive selling.
thamestrader
30/3/2004
09:59
it hasn't set the market alight although we are marginally up on the day - so I agree we are at the bottom of the current trading range
maut too
30/3/2004
09:52
I noticed that too - the amount of patience needed to hold Syn ! We may be able to say the current price is towards the bottom we can expect for quite a while. At least that some consolation.
timtom2
30/3/2004
06:34
CAS Synstar : Trading In Line With Mkt Hopes 30-Mar-2004 07:07 Synstar, the pan-European IT services provider, said today that current trading continues in line with market expectations. The Board has been encouraged by the recent contract wins and extensions, which confirm the strategy of cross selling services to the existing customer base. The margin deterioration in lower added-value elements of the maintenance business has been in line with earlier expectations. More to follow... ICV Edited News from Dow Jones 0607 GMT Mar 30 2004
maut too
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