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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Tribal Group Plc TRB London Ordinary Share GB0030181522 ORD 5P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Low Price High Price Open Price Close Price Last Trade
0.50 0.88% 57.00 56.00 56.00 56.00 56.50 16:35:27
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shamusor: Page 13 of the Daily Telegraph - is in print only. IT reboot for TAFES The Baird government will withdraw the controversial Learning Business and Management Reform computer system from TAFEs. Minister for TAFE John Barilaro is expected to make the announcement later this month, after revelations that more than $600 million - more than the total amount budgeted for the entire scheme - had been spent rolling it out to just 229 of 2218 of the state's schools. The scheme, which was championed by Education Minister Adrian Piccolo, has been beset with technical problems and, in some cases, has forced pilot schools to employ extra administrative staff to deal with it. So, this will be front page once formally announced and confirming the recommendation (#14) of the standing committee of the NSW Legislative Council, probably in the next week or two. Then Tribal will have its bank test at the end of the month knowing full well that this value of this contract $67 million) will not be forthcoming and in fact under the contract other costs may be recovered by the State. Other parties to the contract are Anderson Consulting and SAP being the big boys on the block so you know they have their lawyers on speed dial. Then there is Barilaro who is gunning for Piccolo's job as Deputy Leader of the party. Between the formal announcement and the bank test expect Tribal's share price to plummet as the finger pointing starts and the lawyers get involved. It will be stormy days ahead for Tribal as this plays out.
janeann: share price does often have a habit of returning to the rights issue price though - it has put me off also. But annoying to watch it go up by30% as an outsider!
pugugly: Looks like L&G have decided to cut their position - Message received NO FUTURE -or sP still to high cut risk now . anyone any views as to how far thsis could fall ?
simon gordon: Any views on how the share price is going to pan out for the remainder of 2015? Been pretty range bound for the past two years, 150p to 200p.
simon gordon: WHI Ireland - 2/6/14: 2014 EPS - 13.4p 2015 EPS - 14.5p Upgrades and share price upside We have upgraded our numbers on the back of today's announcement, by 7% in the first full year (PBT) and 6% (EPS). Following from Thursday's OFSTED announcement, which showed TRB letting go of some of its more marginal and less profitable work, today's announcement should serve as a reminder of some of the key strengths of a business which is growing both organically and by acquisition. We believe there is decent upside from a PE of no more than 12x for FY2015E.
simon gordon: Tech Market View - 16/1/14: Tribal dances its way to the end of FY13 The positive updates keep coming from Tribal Group, the systems and solutions provider to the education, learning and training markets (see Tribal still on track). This time its trading update ahead of its full year results (due in March) highlights a stronger than expected final quarter (to end December); PBT and EPS will therefore be better than previous expectations. Net debt has also reduced significantly over the twelve months period: from £9.9m to £4.6m. The share price in early trading is up over 7%. In May things had not been looking quite so positive when the company reported a drop in the order book (see Tribal orders drop), so it looks like Tribal cut its cost base in anticipation of a far worse year. It appears that the 'Systems' business has made particularly good progress, with major education management system projects "on track" and a healthy level of opportunities cited in the UK and internationally. Notably, the higher education market is singled out as having a particularly high level of opportunities. We will be taking a closer look at the higher and further education markets later in the year; several of the big SIs, as well as some software providers, have singled out the sector as a target growth market. The Solutions business, meanwhile, performed "as anticipated". In the UK, quality assurance work remains on track and performance improvement activities had a strong end to the year. In May 2013, a drop in the order book was largely blamed on a quiet UK market for 'Solutions'. Overall, the order book is described as "resilient"; though it is down from £168m (at the same time last year) to £129m, mainly due to the maturity of the company's Ofsted inspection contracts. Tribal says that "technology is becoming increasingly pervasive throughout (its) work" – thus validating the Group's decision at the start of 2013 to refocus the Solutions business around offering services founded upon software-based tools.
irchris: The share price has been fairly static for a month and some people have doubled their money in the last year with this Tribal Share so it is natural for people to take profit, plus it is a quiet news time with 4 months before the full results are released, and 3 months since the last results perhaps people are taking their money somewhere they think is currently more active. There has been no negative news, new sales including ones in new exciting untapped territories were reported with Half Year results back in August, I am considering it could be an opportunity to top up some more value shares.
montynj: Anyone got a view as to why share price is almost back to it's 200 day mva ?
illtud: Someone sold 1 share at 192.75 as an AT trade this morning. I only mention it because selling just 1 share seems a bit pointless and an AT trade, for any amount, seems to immediately affect the share price whereas other categories of trades don't seem to have that immediate effect. On other boards there is frequently talk of share price manipulation. I have no idea how that is achieved or by whom and I wonder if such a trade could be an attempt at that. But it's probably quite innocent. Perhaps someone had only one share and simply wanted to get rid of it. illtud
illtud: This is the star in my portfolio. The share price has increased more than threefold since I first started buying Tribal shares. I have followed the money making SITS division's fortunes since before it became part of Tribal. It helped keep Tribal afloat in the dark days and is contributing significantly to driving forward Tribal's fortunes now. I'm very confident that Tribal will achieve good things over the next year or two because it has a strong and virtually guaranteed income flow from an increasing number of large contracts internationally. What is needed on this site is a new thread set up by someone with an interest in this company and with better analytical skills than me who can explain, far better than I can, why this is such a good bet.
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