DCD Media (DCD)

Sector:

Media

 185.00p
   
  • Change Today:
      0.000p
  • 52 Week High: 250.00
  • 52 Week Low: 137.50
  • Currency: UK Pounds
  • Shares Issued: 2.54m
  • Volume: 0
  • Market Cap: £4.70m
  • RiskGrade: 181

Small caps round-up: ViaLogy, Cyan, DCD Media, Caledon, Enfis, Albidon

Date: Thursday 23 Apr 2009

LONDON (ShareCast) - Vialogy shares soared after the group announced another successful well in the Galba Prospect in South Central Texas. The group used its QuantumRD software-based seismic interpretation service to predict the size, location and formation porosity for this prospect

Vialogy CEO, Robert W. Dean, said, “This successful well marks a major step forward for the company in demonstrating the capability of QuantumRD and its relevance in the oil patch.”

Semiconductor group Cyan is up after narrowing full year losses and providing evidence that sales are coming through from significant customers.

The group lost £4.47m before tax in 2008 versus £4.65m a year ago on sales up to £145,627 from £32,596 in 2007.

In the first three months of this year, Cyan received orders for 2009 delivery with a cumulative value of over $1m, including one from China for streetlamp controllers.

TV producer DCD Media has set up an Irish production company, through its West Park Pictures subsidiary, operating as West Park West.

It said the Dublin-based business will help build on DCD's existing relationship with Irish commissioners, such national broadcaster RTE and the Irish Film Board.

Caledon Resources is better Thursday on news that raw coal production leapt 84% in the first quarter of this year and coking coal by 79%, aided by its new Magatar system.

The miner also said RBC Capital Markets is still soliciting further interest in the company and its assets.

Shares in light emitting diode (LED) supplier Enfis soared after it announced a deal to supply its equipment to Chicago-based lighting equipment manufacturer North Star Lighting.

Enfis said it could meet North Star’s demand for white LEDs that show consistency of colour.

Alternative energy products company Energetix has received an order to supply a 5 kilowatt compressed air back-up energy system to MIA-COM that will be used in a trial installation at a State Law Enforcement Radio System in Florida, USA.

The trial period will commence in the second quarter of 2009 and will last three months.

Albidon has called in administrators to run the company while the nickel miner continues financing talks with Jinchuan Group Limited.

“The board has concluded that this action is the only available means for the company to continue operating in order to complete the financing transaction with Jinchuan,” it said.

IDOX has agreed to buy J4B Software and Publishing, a provider of web-based content principally to local authorities, for £0.8m in cash.

Engineer Bateman Litwin said the legal dispute with the former owners of Delta-T Corporation, Bibb and Robert Swain, has been settled. Terms of the settlement were not fully revealed, other than to say that Bateman Litwin shares held by the Swains will be returned to the company.

The litigation related to the Swains' sale to Bateman Litwin of the stock of Delta-T.

Pharmaceutical diagnostics firm Avacta has launched of its flagship technology product Optim, which performs advanced biophysical analysis on very small samples of biological samples. The group also announced half-year losses of £972,000 against the £542,000 before.

Turbo Power surged ahead after it won an order worth $3.5m from Bombardier Transportation for the supply of 140 sets of Auxiliary Converter major assemblies to run rail car heating, ventilation and air-conditioning equipment.

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DCD Media Market Data

Currency UK Pounds
Share Price 185.00p
Change Today 0.000p
% Change 0.00 %
52 Week High 250.00
52 Week Low 137.50
Volume 0
Shares Issued 2.54m
Market Cap £4.70m
RiskGrade 181

DCD Media Star Ratings

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Value
18.25% above the market average18.25% above the market average18.25% above the market average18.25% above the market average18.25% above the market average
64.71% above the sector average64.71% above the sector average64.71% above the sector average64.71% above the sector average64.71% above the sector average
Price Trend
29.65% below the market average29.65% below the market average29.65% below the market average29.65% below the market average29.65% below the market average
32.2% below the sector average32.2% below the sector average32.2% below the sector average32.2% below the sector average32.2% below the sector average
Income Not Available
Growth
40.66% above the market average40.66% above the market average40.66% above the market average40.66% above the market average40.66% above the market average
58.49% above the sector average58.49% above the sector average58.49% above the sector average58.49% above the sector average58.49% above the sector average

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