Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Xchanging LSE:XCH London Ordinary Share GB00B1VK7X76 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 191.125p 0 06:30:09
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Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 440.2 -46.2 -27.6 - 474.09

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kingston78: I called it correctly at the bottom when the shares were trading at around 96. It is very satisfying that my share price target of 140 p has been exceeded in both price and time scale.
kingston78: With the impending arrival of a new chief executive, the news of which has been received positively by the market. The share price is likely to have much further to go.
simon gordon: CityWire - 23/8/15: Majedie bucks Xchanging sell-off Majedie’s star team of AAA-rated UK equity managers has upped its stake in back-office services provider Xchanging (XCH) as shares in the business have dropped to a three-year low on a first half loss. The managers increased their holding to 5% of the business worth £12 million at a share price of 97p, the lowest they have traded since July 2012. The shares are held in the Majedie UK Equity and the Majedie UK Smaller Companies funds, run by James de Uphaugh, Richard Staveley, Matthew Smith and Christopher Field, all AAA-rated. Xchanging slumped more than 20% at the end of July after it reported revenues in its procurement division, which contributed more than a third of sales last year, were down 18%. Chief executive Ken Lever, who joined to fight fires after the business’ last reported loss in 2011, is also stepping down. The buy runs very much counter to received wisdom, with Liberum halving its target price to 100p following the announcement, and Investec cutting more modestly from 160p to 140p.
kingston78: Yesterday the share price reached as high as 105 but did not sustain at that level. Today it is continuing on an upward path. You will see from the candle chart that it is now beginning a bullish phase. I am confident that it will rise to 117-120 range very soon.
kingston78: The share price has stabilised and the share chart is turning upwards by a small margin. My reading of the chart is that the share price will attempt to swing back to 120 p. But my short-term target is more modest at 110 p.
major clanger: downgraded to hold (from buy) by liberum on the basis of seeing limited near-term catalysts which could drive positive share price performance.
el professor: HVS not sure I agree with your views on Xchanging. It has been a dreadful past three years for the company with the period Aug 10 - Mar 11 being the nadir. Nevertheless following the clear out back in February when the founder/ CEO David Andrews resigned, the £120M of goodwill relating to Cambridge was written off, the dividend suspended and the resulting halving of the share price, things have started to look better. I grant you that a lot of the excellent performance of the share in the past 5 months has been a result of the sell off having been overdone but it does not change the the fact that at the current share price of c£1.00 Xchanging is cheap. I agree that the acquisition of Cambridge back in 2007 was a disaster and value destroying for Xchanging however on the plus side it has given the company a significantly larger Indian presence than they previously had and importantly has allowed them to diversify their Indian presence away from Gurgaon which being a Delhi suburb is expensive. The operation that they acquired in Mumbai was valuable not for the geography but for the strong IT team whereas the Shimoga operation was pure BPO but valuable for the fact that they acquired a team of 500 in a tier three city (i.e. very cheap). Xchanging are capitalising on that with the opening of a 2000 seat processing centre in Shimoga which will make them significantly cheaper than most other BPO companies and equally importantly should see them with reduced staff turnover, as they will the employer of choice in a university city that many local Indians want to stay in rather than move away from. Ken Lever has to date not out a foot wrong, in particular with the stripping out of a level of senior management that was put in a for a quick growth to being a FTSE 100 company that never materialised, the shutting of the West End head office and the sale of the loss making US Insurance business. His confirmation last month as CEO is to be welcomed. He has almost certainly brought out all the dead and then some back in February so I would expect the mid year results on 01 Aug to be significantly ahead of consensus. My take is that we will see c£.120 post half year results with a gradual increase in the share price throughout the autumn up to c£1.50 post full year results. A takeover is still a reasonably strong possibility in which case we will see a price of somewhere £1.80 to £2.20.
simon gordon: Daily Mail - 12/11/10: Shares of outsourcing provider Xchanging, sponsors of the Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race, were in danger of sinking without trace as persistent nervous selling left the close a further 13.1p lower at 113.1p. It takes the fall since Tuesday's Investor Day to 16 per cent, which has sparked fears that another profits warning could be on the horizon. In early August the company warned that revenues would be 'slightly lower' this year as clients postponed big contracts amid uncertainty about the general economic outlook. As the share price drifted, chief executive David Andrew attempted to stop the rot by forking out a hefty £926,785 for 735,000 shares at an average price of 128p. The board also took the unusual step of summoning investors and analysts to a conference to reassure them that everything in the corporate garden was rosy, and that its accounts were ship-shape and Bristol fashion. Judging by the share price performance since, the message fell on deaf ears. Analysts still believe management paid far too much (£83m and 27 times earnings) for Cambridge Solutions, a business that made a statutory loss in 2009. Super bear Matthew Earl at broker Matrix remains a seller and has a target price of 79p. He aired numerous concerns about the group, including its weak cashflow, imprudent accounting, banking covenant risk and customer risk. Xchanging's weak performance is drawing nervous glances from investors.
simon gordon: Pal, There is a dark cloud hanging over the XCH share price which consists of: ~Cambridge acquisition: too expensive and a financial can of worms. ~CFO departed/resigned/fired? ~New CFO. ~Poor guidance by management to the market. Thus confidence is shot. The main fear is that the new CFO comes in and kitchen sinks, cuts guidance and lowers expectations. If that happens the share will go nowhere and probably fall. If the new CFO says it's all hunky dory the share will gradually climb back above 160p. Shares on loan haven't fallen a great deal so maybe some are betting on the kitchen sink.
pre: Xchanging Conference Call TIDMXCH RNS Number : 5919R Xchanging PLC 25 August 2010 The Board of Xchanging plc has noted the recent fall in its share price. Xchanging will be holding a conference call with analysts and investors at 8.30am (BST) today to ensure that any perceived lack of clarity about the strength of the company's position is corrected. Trading remains in line with expectations as confirmed on 2nd August. The conference call telephone number is +44 (0)20 7162 0077, conference ID 873976. For individuals unable to participate in the conference call, a telephone replay will be available until 8 September 2010. Please telephone +44 (0)20 7031 4064 (conference ID 873976). The presentation for the call can be downloaded from +-------------------------------+-------------------------------+ | Enquiries | | +-------------------------------+-------------------------------+ | Xchanging plc | | +-------------------------------+-------------------------------+ | David Andrews, Chief | | | Executive Officer | | +-------------------------------+-------------------------------+ | Richard Houghton, Chief | Tel: +44 (0) 20 7780 6999 | | Financial Officer | | +-------------------------------+-------------------------------+ | | | +-------------------------------+-------------------------------+ | Cardew Group | | +-------------------------------+-------------------------------+ | Rupert Pittman | Tel: +44 (0) 20 7930 0777 | +-------------------------------+-------------------------------+ | David Roach | | +-------------------------------+-------------------------------+ About Xchanging Xchanging is one of the largest and fastest growing business processors. With a wide range of multinational customers in 42 countries and employing over 8,000 people, we are a truly global company. We deliver mission-critical, high volume processing to our customers. Our aim is simply to provide business processing services better, cheaper and faster. Xchanging provides procurement, accounting, human resources and technology services across industries. We combine this functional processing expertise with deep industry domain knowledge to provide industry-specific processing services across a broad range of industries. These industries include banking, insurance, manufacturing, retail and real estate among others. Listed on the London Stock Exchange in 2007, the company is in the FTSE250, the index of mid-capitalised companies traded on the London Stock Exchange. Xchanging is also a member of the FTSE4Good index which measures the performance of companies that meet globally recognised corporate responsibility standards. This information is provided by RNS The company news service from the London Stock Exchange END
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