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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 0 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 - 158.00

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
05/5/2004
08:56
vols were relatively high again yesterday - good start thi morning with a tick up on the bid - 5/8 mm's are blue and 1.2
maut too
29/4/2004
15:21
Don't follow Robbie Burns with a stock like Syn - he trades in/out - this is one for the patient and anyone in < 70p will do very well if they hold for a while and the value and changes start to show through.
timtom2
29/4/2004
13:38
I can understand that Intco - it was quite a dip Bet the guy who writes in the paper on sunay is upset - he keeps reminding us he sold :-))
maut too
29/4/2004
13:35
Cheers maut too. Looking good for the next two years, I wish I'd bought more now, lost confidence with the last drop. : ((
intco
29/4/2004
13:24
a month to go before HI - still tickingup ahead of US preopen - L2 mm's are all blue not sure if I posted this at the time 13.04.04 :+0, (71) 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
29/4/2004
12:48
still moving up on high vols - bigger trades mostly +1.5, (76.5) at 12:10pm 29.04.04 :an article in the Guardian reports: the shares rose 1p to 75p amid rumours of a large contract win from a German logistics group.
maut too
29/4/2004
12:14
Nice, class is showing through at last. : ))
intco
29/4/2004
11:33
big cross at the offer and a tick up on the bid
maut too
26/4/2004
10:08
lots of vol again and a small tick up on the bid
maut too
23/4/2004
11:52
yes ... they are coming back into fashion :-))
maut too
23/4/2004
11:47
received a divi this week...which was nice.
sdjames
22/4/2004
11:10
+0, (73) at 09:10pm 22.04.04 :an article in the Independent reports: the shares were unchanged at 73p despite rumours that the group is close to winning a logistics services contract from a German company.
maut too
21/4/2004
15:46
some big trades going though and we do seem to be ticking up a little slowly but surely
maut too
16/4/2004
13:47
two big delayed trades and a tick up on the offer
maut too
15/4/2004
20:41
Virtually impossible to predict Syn price performance but, to be proven wrong, I would suggest >£1 within 18 months based on a # of factors for the future........ 1) New contrcats to kick-in, would expect further buying by institutions as it looks like increased revenue will kick-in. Why would they buy yet even given the good news when the good news will make little real difference for a couple more qtrs or more ? Why shold they risk it ? 2) Kiling of the lower marging business 3) Market waking-up to disaster recovery - predicted to grow faster than IT services in general 4) Market will wake-up to Syn's situation - read FT yesterday (European version as was over that way) and good article on IBM "buying seats" in Europe for recovery centres 5) Bidder will be sniffing around Forget Robbie Burns - following others might lead to gains but to make real money over the long term you have to do your own leg-work and have your own methods - you are responsible for your own money.
timtom2
14/4/2004
16:24
I added a few more last week and happy to sit for a while - divi next week - h1 in about 6 weeks
maut too
14/4/2004
15:57
k, well I'm still holding for the moment... we'll see what happens, maybe Robbie will buy back in again and makes us all some money :-)
chaddz
14/4/2004
14:11
no one knows chaddzz - r burns held and sold and got the event in the sunday column
maut too
14/4/2004
13:45
Hello Gentlemen, Just trying to figure what is going on with this stock. I am a long term holder, having bought recently at .76p. Since then I have seen it only fall on the back of good news. My research shows the company as very strong, with good direction and a growing Balance Sheet. Why the doldrums? Anyone? Although today it seems to be on the rise again. I guess I'll just have to take solace in next weeks dividend payment. :-(
chaddz
14/4/2004
12:14
I agree! Far better to try and get a balanced view on whether we will make or lose money on this stock!
chrissey
14/4/2004
08:09
oldolie, can you translate into English please? You ain't American are you?
chrissey
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