Hello stranger Recognise the name, either from SAR, or my silly days in SOU or even worse PYC OInly bought in here last month, £10k for last years ISA, so smiling today
9 May '13
another good result
i own expn shares and i work at the company also what we've seen is the markets appreciate that expn is a far more diverse beast than credit-checking and therefore much more able to withstand pressures within the FS space movement in to more complex marketing, better technology alliances should see this continuing expn versus its uk competitors simply dwarves them perhaps look at gbg as a potential take over and call credit if/when they list i don't rate equifax
3 May '13
3 May '13
Information services company Experian – best known for its credit checking service, is due to report its finals on Friday. On May 1st, the company announced at its AGM, that its chairman, Sir John Peace, is planning to step down from his role by the July 2014, a company he founded more than 40 years ago. Recently, Peace had been forced into an apology for comments he made playing down Standard Chartered’s violations of US sanctions laws, joining a long list of banker’s forced to apologise. Experian delivered positive results in the six months to September 30 2012, due to operations in Latin America and the US – its benchmark pre-tax profit rose 6% to $563m, on revenues up 6.2% to $2.3bn. Over the past year, its shares have risen 16.35% to 1,153p (as of May 1st). Experian's third-quarter interim statement, covering the three months to 31 December, showed impressive 11% growth in Latin America, with Colombia and Peru performing strongly. Revenues holding up troubled territories such as the UK and Ireland, rising 8%, beating the US at 7%. Management predict high single-digit organic growth for the full-year. Cantor Fitzgerald has upped its target price from 1100p to 1250p reiterating an add rating. ...................
13 Mar '13
Thought I'd say hi as bought £5k worth this afternoon to go into my ISA for this year So hello all
8 Feb '13
Experian: UBS takes target price from 1040p to 1300p upgrading to buy.
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