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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 54,857 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
08/8/2004
16:35
Great news but only a 20% premium given the chance of earnings growth as Fujitsu contract kicks in does sound a little on the low side ?
timtom2
08/8/2004
10:02
hahahahah, so this is where the successful businessman- thrice retired millionaire spends his Sunday mornings, mauTToo, you are a tragi-comic figure of the highest order- where is the wife and family you boast of, the fab. women, the sports cars, the world traveller?. Nothing but a pathetic wee man, sat in his attic, friendless, penniless,boasting via hundreds of aliases, and the saddest part accusing others of posting 24/7,when only you do. I really feel terribly sorry for you mauTToo,I honestly do, no emotion, [never cried] obviously never go beyond your PC, paranoid, never wrong in your twisted schizophrenic persona, your sort of illness deserves far more help from the state, I would seek help as soon as possible. Right that is my good deed for the day, off out now with the family, bloody hell its great to be normal, poor old mauTToo, poor sad lonely lost creature offski
grossone
08/8/2004
09:45
Hewlett-Packard to buy £160m Synstar By Andrew Murray-Watson (Filed: 08/08/2004) S Telegraph Hewlett-Packard, the US computer group, is in talks to buy Synstar, the listed information technology services company, for about £160m as part of a plan to expand its European operations. The two sides are in detailed talks about the exact terms. The Synstar board is understood to be demanding that HP pays a premium at least 20 per cent above the current share price of 79p. An offer at 100p per share would value the company at £163m. The takeover, which is expected to be announced within the next fortnight, marks the latest step in HP's plans to become a service-led company. Steve Vaughan, the chief executive of Synstar who took over in 2001 when the share price stood at just above 50p, will make £1.4m from his options as part of the takeover. Synstar, which specialises in providing desktop management and business recovery systems, is a good fit for HP, which has more than $10bn (£5.5bn) in cash and is known to be hunting for acquisitions in the UK and Europe. Synstar is likely to be merged into HP's technology solutions group, which offers software, hardware and services packages for corporate clients. The division accounts for 40 per cent of HP's revenues, which hit a record $73.1bn in the last financial year. Synstar, which was spun out of the IT department of Granada in a management buyout, beat analysts' expectations in June when it posted interim pre-tax profits of £2.2m.
maut too
03/8/2004
07:54
candlesticks look encouraging
maut too
03/8/2004
07:49
A bit more tightening on the spread will wake this one up properly!
chrissey
27/7/2004
14:29
CAS Synstar : Holding in company 27-Jul-2004 14:23 Name of company Synstar Plc Name of shareholder Platinum Investment Trust PLC Class of security Ordinary shares of 1p each Date company informed Jul. 26, 2004 Total holding following this notification 5,000,000 Total percentage holding of issued class following this notification 3.07% ICV Edited News from Dow Jones 1323 GMT Jul 27 2004
maut too
20/7/2004
07:49
I agree and would propose that this is just a precursor to one of more contract win announcements, once finalised and secure. It isn't really insider dealing, it is just the rational asumption that if any of the pipeline contracts come to fruition then the value of the Co. will rise and the shares will represent an even better investment. There is always bid speculation as well. IMHO of course!
chrissey
19/7/2004
21:44
They wouldn't have changed broker if the last lot were doing the business and getting the Syn story out to clients - would they? Probable Syn management were disappointed with stock price performance given the turn around they have achieved. This recent rally may not be temporary but the start of the recovery.
timtom2
19/7/2004
19:40
Recent rises are clearly down to the new broker recommending it to clients and todays announcment. Question is how long will this rally last on the back of a broker change or is there more to it?
vino1
19/7/2004
14:59
CAS Synstar : Names new broker/adviser 19-Jul-2004 14:58 Synstar announced the appointment of Investec Bank as the company's financial adviser and corporate broker with immediate effect. ICV Edited News from Dow Jones 1358 GMT Jul 19 2004
maut too
19/7/2004
14:46
this tends to be an institutional share and will depend on the brokers to a large extent
maut too
19/7/2004
14:41
i bought these on the back of a tip really and when i was discussing they said 100p but i feel that might be a bit away
brizo83
19/7/2004
14:17
Wow - maybe the directors were right after all - does anyone have a price target for these things?
octopus100
19/7/2004
14:13
nice bit of movement today
brizo83
13/7/2004
08:53
Yes, ticked up on what looked like, on the face of it, a large sell day. Large blocks of shares may be changing hands so watch for news. Certainly got it wrong when I sold on the last results!
boadicea
13/7/2004
07:39
looks like you wont wait for long - ticked up yesterday in poor markets and ticked up already premarket today
maut too
12/7/2004
10:55
Had these from 80p - after the S.Times reported that the directors had bought as that level - so far waiting to get my money back.
octopus100
09/7/2004
12:40
i have these at 68p I think there is potential here for a decent gain over the coming months
brizo83
01/7/2004
09:45
Nice to see a bit of blue on the old monitor screen and even more significant when for Synstar! I feel a bit peeved in personally just seeing the recent strong press comments and speculation as a bit more of the same old stuff and therefore missed the opportunity to top up at below 70p.
chrissey
01/7/2004
09:26
moving up strongly today on lowish volume
maut too
27/6/2004
10:49
Has been moving up over the last few days - pone of the favourites picked by the BrainsTrust as discussed in todays Telegraph
maut too
23/6/2004
12:13
Nice one isn't it ! But when will the market wake-up to the potential or a buyer appear. Can't waitto see Syn prove the strategy with results and the stock price move accordingly. Don't sell too soon !
timtom2
23/6/2004
07:59
LONDON (AFX) - Synstar PLC said it has signed a full Managed IT Services contract with Avecia, a global fine and specialty chemicals company. This will increase the value of Synstar's relationship with Avecia to some 19 mln stg in the next 3 years. Under the terms of this additional contract, which begins on July 1 2004, Synstar will be providing IT infrastructure and applications support to Avecia's key locations. As part of the agreement, 54 Avecia staff and some full-time contractors will transfer to Synstar. The agreement provides for a possible extension of a further three years after the initial three-year contract period. Synstar chief executive Steve Vaughan said the contract will help the company deliver on its plans for profit improvement driven by revenue growth. newsdesk@afxnews.com slm/
maut too
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