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Capita plc (CPI.L)

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25.12-0.48 (-1.87%)
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    Asyan
    This is a sleep Crocodile, it will difinitely hit 80 this year
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    Howe
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    Peter
    This looks like it's trading below value. Capita have a lot of annuity contracts that keep renewing, but what a disastrous share price trajectory. I get the sense that these guys really need to do some structural work on their
    cost base, start to delight their customers more and if they were to win a few more new deals, I'm sure the big investors would have more confidence in their future.
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    Mark
    As expected bouncing back
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    Steven
    What’s going on with capita
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    Afif
    Anyone catching this knife?
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    Jermainebiz
    Got in at 30. Pretty much the bottom. Surely can’t go lower? Let’s see how this goes.
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    Anonymous
    I’m in at 158 hoping for a calm weekend and a bounce next week. Jon Lewis will beat it down, rip it apart, sell it off and ride into sunset with a big fat bonus. I don’t see a long investment strategy
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    david
    Seems the results have perked this dog up.
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    Sheraj
    any news today as price up 5 percent
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    Mark
    Yikes, bought in at 43 as it was driving down from about 50 and thought it would hold around 40 but been going down since. Still confident long term but it's impacting my overall return. Let's see if it dips below 30...
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    Anonymous
    That worked well 👍 looking for another entry point maybe 176
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    Anonymous
    My new day trade stock ....Buying and selling between 176 - 185 range
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    Dubya
    Initiation of bounce-back as difficulties of exiting outsourcing and attractiveness of large contract base drive the stock back up to more fundamental levels.
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    Peter
    Seriously...
    Why this is still down when company is signing everyday new contracts???
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    Matevz
    times are changing. results should be briliant and lucrative state contracts related to Brexit on board
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    A
    Capita is a prime example for a buyout, there debt is high, and with interest rates looking to go to 1.50% by the end of next year, it not looking good
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    Slak Innovation
    No one talks on here
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    A
    somone is interested, 1.5m bought.
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    RWM
    A CEO that likes to break his own wrists no fewer than five times in weekend down-hill cycling pursuits would make some people conclude he's a tad wreckless, makes personal health and safety look like a game of chicken, and turns a safe pair of hands into anything but safe. Weekend thrills and spills far more important than Monday mornings spent with Capita. Assuming of course, that media articles are based on fact.