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Share Price: 124.75Bid: 124.25Ask: 124.75Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Quindell
Spread: 0.50Spread as %: 0.40%Open: 0.00High: 0.00Low: 0.00Yesterday’s Close: 124.75
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Quindell Plc Ord 15P

Quindell is listed in the FTSE AIM 100, FTSE AIM UK 50, FTSE AIM All-Share
Quindell is part of the Software & Computer Services sector






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Currency Issue Country Shares in Issue Market Capitalisation Market Size
GBX GB 444.96m £555.09m 20,000

52 Week High 220.00 52 Week High Date 21-AUG-2014
52 Week Low 25.00 52 Week Low Date 10-DEC-2014

# Trades Vol. Sold Vol. Bought PE Ratio Earnings Dividend Yield
0 0 0 4.220 29.57 0.00 0.00




Date
Time
Trade Prc
Volume
Buy/Sell
Bid
Ask
Value
 

23-Jun-15
11:13:25
125.25
19,960
 
0.00
0.00
25.00k
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Ordinary

23-Jun-15
11:13:25
125.25
-19,160
 
0.00
0.00
-24.00k
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Ordinary
Deletion
Late reported

23-Jun-15
17:44:53
125.2077
51,580
Sell* 
120.00
132.00
64.58k
Trade Type:
Ordinary
Bargain conditions apply


*Buys and Sells are calculated on the difference between the trade price and the current mid price. As such, they can occasionally be incorrect.

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Directors Deals for Quindell (QPP)
Trade DateActionNotifierPriceCurrencyAmountHolding
26-Nov-14Notification of Holding
Trade Notifier Information for Quindell
Laurence Moorse held the position of Finance Director at Quindell at the time of this trade.
 Laurence Moorse
001046666
10-Nov-14Buy
Trade Notifier Information for Quindell
Robert Terry held the position of Chairman and CEO at Quindell at the time of this trade.
 Robert Terry
102.25GBX250,00046900000
10-Nov-14Buy
Trade Notifier Information for Quindell
Robert Fielding held the position of Group Chief Executive at Quindell at the time of this trade.
 Robert Fielding
109.41GBX22,8371158934
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Date/Time
Author
Subject
Share Price
Opinion
Today 19:24
JustStayin
RE: Quindell at Elland Road
124.75
No Opinion

In answer to Kev's question... No, they are not in the main building are they?, They probably get to hear the crowd for free - with the traffic congestion also gratis. If they have any corporate functions in the main building the catering is seriously first class. ATB JS
Today 18:29
Brotherhumble
RE: Bordersman
124.75
No Opinion

From what you seem to be saying then is that it might become necessary for the new Qtech company to attract a seriously wealthy backer/ partner sooner rather than later.
Today 17:17
Brotherhumble
RE: Bordersman
124.75
No Opinion

Mel you always make a compelling case, but you fail to recognise that the 'black mark' had been placed firmely on the Quindell door and with it a fate worst than death was on the cards. DC pulled off a master stroke in getting bread for a company heading for the obis not becuase the potential was not there but in truth more likley that the city had given up and closed their cheque books tight in an effort to hasen the end. Some posters get nervous when RT is mentioned and that is half of the problem. Shutting your eyes and ears to whats happening around you is a sure way to disaster. Telematics has huge potential and we all with with baited breath for the forthcomming business plan. I'm also interested in what RT is up to becuase it might have a bearing on developments here. Next week will be very very important i feel.
Today 17:00
Bordersman
RE: Bordersman
124.75
No Opinion

BH Of course if all the sweet spots are hit, QPP could go like a rocket. then it will need more finance to support a growing balance sheet. mel
Today 16:59
Bordersman
RE: Bordersman
124.75
No Opinion

BH I have played buisness games at the Heriot Watt buisness game laboratory. You play management accounting and aquisitions. It is high pressure stuff with info coming at u#you all the time. You get a bit bored after a bit and decide to shunt more of your capital at projects which turn out to be a fad. It is amazing how quick you lose money and power. get it right and the growth too is astonishing. The answer to your question is that I dont know. There are pros and cons. The telematics market seems like a no brainer. On the other hand there was a maxim in the woolen textiles industry. You could make money importing wool, processing it to yarn stage, weaving, finishing, making clothes, retailing. It is not immediately obvious who is going to maki the long term money out of the obvious future need for telematics. If a big boy comes along with a plan to make a fortune in 5 years time and knock out the opposition by building a dominant position making no short term profits, iit could prove to be a game QPP cant win. On the other hand the market could develop so fast that QPP is in the right place at the right time with the expertise to grow incredibly rapidly. If that happens, it currently will lack the capital to fully exploit the opportunity. returning most of the capital may prove to be a bit unwise. Mr. market is often not too keen on those returning to the market fro growth capital. One thought I have is that 2 years as a private company might get it quicker to the value potential. It would be free of the bad smell which it is trying to shake off. It might be able to do what it needs to do to build market share better and quicker. Meantime we are stuck with £5-20M profits and a £100M in the bank. A growing company wont have £100M for long. You will remember that I was an advocate of a split, just not now. I would have liked to see a bit more proving the point first. 2016 would have been a good time fro an IPO. We are going to get to Oct stuck at a value close to cash funds anyway. It is hard to see the market getting too excited about short term profit drivers ( which may be smaller than the capital expenditure the board has mentioned) I seem to have been arguing against the flow for a bit and convincing nobody, but consider this. If a Turnaround specialist had been appointed as chairman instead of an Investec city man, it could have meant more sleeves up , an earlier suspension at a lower price, just the same non core bits fro sale, scale back ( swinton) , offload of part or all of HL claims business......and a company remerging with lower profits but still 9 figs, and one which was clearly a cash generator. ....with telematics to IPO in 2016. My calcs suggest the sp would have adjusted to £2-£3 ....which in my book would have been a better outcome.......with telematics growing before its IPO and a robust Finance function. mel
Today 16:25
Brotherhumble
RE: Whats Up
124.75
No Opinion

Just think its unfair that some posters worked so hard to post their 'Pearls of Wisdom' and the board dashed several individuals posts to the bin........even one of mine. These board Police are not playing. I think there clamping down on TW and RT talk ........speak ........

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