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Share Price: 126.70Bid: 126.70Ask: 126.80Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Serco Grp.
Spread: 0.10Spread as %: 0.08%Open: 127.20High: 127.90Low: 125.10Yesterday’s Close: 126.70


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chris141
Posts: 23
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:130.80
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RE: im in chris 141
Thu 22:28
yes.hoping break of 140 level next week after forecast interims at least "a little better" are absorbed by the market and buy orders are placed by the institutions. looks like slow & steady progress candidate. AIMHO.
 
LeedsBradford
Posts: 45
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:131.40
SWAP by Lancaster Investment
Thu 13:12
Could someone explain the meaning of SWAP 77.5 million shares by Lancaster Investment on 30 June ? what does SWAP mean as that day's volume is about 7M, far from 77.7M from RNS. Regards,
JDF7
Posts: 111
Observation
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:125.70
direction
Thu 06:11
So many things could push the sp around but it seems Soames is beginning to grip what needs to be done to rebuild the profitability and reputation of the company. Just very early days still.
simmo2345
Posts: 861
Premium Chat Member
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:120.00
I
28 Jun '15
I can see this plummeting very soon. Once the 12 year low is breached again there will be a mass exodus from this stock. It might find support below £1 at about 90p, representing a market cap of 1bn. Surely can't go much lower than this?
LeedsBradford
Posts: 45
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:119.80
down heavily
26 Jun '15
Is Questo comments making it or Greece or other reasons ?
JDF7
Posts: 111
Observation
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:132.00
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RE: Daily Telegraph
24 Jun '15
Sometimes Questor is right, sometimes he is very wrong.
MY21
Posts: 9,621
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:133.30
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Daily Telegraph
24 Jun '15
Is Serco 12-year low a major buying signal?: Outsourcing group Serco saw its shares soar more than 8% higher yesterday after touching a 12-year low at the end of last week, so is now the time to buy? When Mr Soames took control, he issued a “bring out your dead” call for management to review all the troubled contracts, which led to an annual pretax loss of £1.35 billion. Serco acquired Indian-outsourced accountant and call centre business Intelenet in 2011 in an attempt to diversify away from its core U.K. defence market and into the emerging markets private sector. The company paid a premium, splashing out up to $630 million (£385 million) to buy the business from private equity Owner Blackstone. Serco’s shares have tumbled from a peak of 558p in July 2013 to just 117p on Friday last week, in the process dumping the company out of the FTSE 100 index. The shares also pay no dividend and debts will continue to rise even though the rescue rights issue went some way to plugging the gaps. The cash raised from selling the Intelenet business would have been useful so any cut-price deal would be a blow. We said Serco was a “classic falling knife share” at 362p in July last year, and reiterated our advice to avoid the shares at 183.7p on March 12. We need to see some more stable profit figures before changing our view. Serco at 133.3p +9.8p. Questor Says “Avoid”.
EFlammis
Posts: 178
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Opinion:Buy
Price:133.30
Billions of £'s of work.
23 Jun '15
The Ministry of Defence has asked some of Britain’s biggest companies to bid to run the military’s fire and rescue services, in a move that would hand billions of pounds of work to the private sector in a search for savings. SERCO are one of the companies bidding. They already have firefighters working for the military and own a firefighter training school which the Secretary of State for defence visited in March, Rupert Soames was there to show the defence minister around the international fire training centre.
Hopefully SERCO can bag this contract.
LeedsBradford
Posts: 45
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Price:132.70
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RE: im in chris 141
23 Jun '15
Hi Christ141, 140p and 150p are the critical level to break through.
chris141
Posts: 23
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Price:133.40
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RE: im in chris 141
23 Jun '15
Hoping recovery towards 150+ after it was pulled down last fortnight. Next update 2 July. It is well known that past results would be less than cheerful but the board would emphasise the progress going forward. Their FD recently had a dinner meeting with the analysts. So there won't be any shocks. Good volume today; looks like sustained buying by those in the know.





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