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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Tribal Group Plc LSE:TRB London Ordinary Share GB0030181522 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 98.00 98.00 100.00 102.00 98.00 102.00 143,698 16:29:50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 73.0 8.5 3.1 31.6 201

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
14/3/2014
11:00
Analyst presentation has been uploaded to the TRB site: Http://www.tribalgroup.com/investors/Pages/Analystinformation.aspx
simon gordon
14/3/2014
10:58
Yes, a great little company with a great future ahead, imho The drop in the share price today is down to a combination of factors: holders taking profits - it often happens when a report is published and the FTSE is down after one of the worst weeks for a while, because of the Ukraine situation. Tribal will bounce back and move on up very soon
illtud
14/3/2014
07:30
It took nearly 20 mins to read and digest. All looks great with debt being paid off, dividend and profit rises and several new contract wins abroad to strengthen the group bodes well. Business abroad looks to be taking over a higher % of business . No bad thing to get new contracts in USA , Canada andNew Zealand etc.. Good luck and still holding after these figures .
nickjoseph
06/3/2014
09:02
this share wants to break out over 200p and appears to be waiting for the prelims to give it the necessary ooomph. volume suggests there's a fair bit of interest here from some bigger players
malcontent
06/3/2014
08:55
Looks good, thanks for posting, Simon
gomore
06/3/2014
07:04
RNS - 6/3/14: Tribal Group plc ("Tribal"), a leading provider of technology-enabled management solutions to the international education, learning and training markets, is pleased to announce that it has acquired the entire issued share capital of Sky Software Pty Limited ("Sky Software"). Sky Software is a provider of cloud-based student management systems to the vocational and higher education markets in Australia, the Asia Pacific region and elsewhere in the world. Based in Geelong, near Melbourne, Australia, Sky Software's system complements Tribal's portfolio of education management systems, as it caters for smaller institutions, and offers strong operating synergies. The founding executive team will continue to lead the business as it moves forward with Tribal. Sky Software has a growing pipeline of new business opportunities, and as a result the transaction is expected to be earnings accretive in the year ended 31 December 2014. Initial consideration for the entire issued share capital of Sky Software on a debt-free/cash-free basis will be A$4m, with up to a further A$17m payable in deferred contingent consideration, dependent on the future earnings growth of Sky Software over the period ending 31 December 2017. All consideration payments will be satisfied in cash from Tribal's cash resources available through its existing revolving credit facility. The unaudited loss before tax of Sky Software for the year ended 30 June 2013, restated in accordance with IFRS, was A$0.6m and the value of gross assets at that time was A$4.5m. Keith Evans, Chief Executive of Tribal, commented: "Our strategic priority is to provide our customers with evidence-based systems and solutions that will support the on-going improvement of educational outcomes. The Sky Software product set fits well with the Tribal product strategy and provides a cloud-based smaller education provider solution. Its current customer base will also extend our reach and profile in the wider Asia Pacific region." Nick Stanley, Chief Executive and co-founder of Sky Software, commented: "Sky Software is at an exciting point in its development and the combination with Tribal will provide the additional resources and breadth of expertise required to ensure its success over the coming years." Http://www.skysoftware.com/html/s01_home/home.asp
simon gordon
04/3/2014
16:53
Thanks Simon, this is what I have been banging on about: "Among core activities/products, software which Tribal has developed and will install and maintain is essential to the running of an education organisation. It is via Tribal software that its clients interact with their student populations from application to the university or college, through to graduation and beyond. " We couldn't run our Uni without it.
deltrotter
04/3/2014
15:29
TRB the main tip in the March issue of WHI Spy: Http://wh-ireland.co.uk/news/wh-spy
simon gordon
04/3/2014
13:43
Nice volume again into the prelims on 14th.
deltrotter
25/2/2014
16:55
Nice closing auction. Someone is buying.
deltrotter
25/2/2014
16:55
Nice little jump at the end of today. Somebody must be expecting good news on the 14th.
illtud
24/2/2014
12:30
looks that way for the last week mick33.
deltrotter
24/2/2014
11:31
Ummmm nice tight spread and a bit of selling not causing a ripple , maybe we have a large buyer in the background.
mick33
15/2/2014
20:17
Thanks for the information, Illtud.
welsheagle
13/2/2014
21:37
I suppose it is possible to say that there is a cup and handle there but that the cup formed from October to January and the handle since January. As I said, I'm a novice when it comes to charts. illtud
illtud
13/2/2014
21:29
But I still like the way the share price has gone today.
illtud
13/2/2014
21:28
If you believe in it, it's supposed to indicate the probability of a strong surge in the share price The cup, some say bowl, is formed by a wave of selling followed by a period of relative stability followed by a new wave of buying. There is then a short period of relatively weak selling, maybe caused by profit taking. That might be followed by a pause for breath. Then the right hand side of the handle forms as buyers come back in and the share price takes off. The cup and handle pattern followed by a strong increase in the share price has occured often enough to be written about in numerous books on share dealing. Unfortunately, there is no guarantee that the rise in the share price will actually happen. If we are lucky, it might this time. Having said that, this one doesn't really look all that much like a cup and handle to me after all. illtud
illtud
13/2/2014
20:16
Illtud, What is significance of a cup and handle
welsheagle
13/2/2014
14:34
free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
illtud
13/2/2014
14:20
For any chartists out there, it looks as if a cup and handle is forming. illtud
illtud
07/2/2014
14:10
If I post the HTML code it doesn't appear. I will find the ADVFN thread which has instructions on how to do it, back in a short while. ====== There is a thread for HTML users but I can't find it, the best thing to do is go to the FXD thread and ask Fingers and the fellow readers how to post a chart, they will either show you to do it or point you in the right direction. Good luck
simon gordon
07/2/2014
13:16
thanks for that Simon. How do you post the charts onto the thread? It won't allow me to paste anything like that in a reply.
gomore
07/2/2014
12:53
Yesterday it was the eighth largest daily volume traded in near-on nine years:
simon gordon
01/2/2014
20:42
Nothing new or original,but some thoughts that may be of interest. http://Www.privatepunter.co.uk/News/tribal-group-1-february-2014
hastings
21/1/2014
11:46
LOL - will do. UBC is, as I say, a cracking start. Vancouver a wonderful place to visit in the summer...
deltrotter
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