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14 Sep 2017
AVEVA Group PLC - Director/PDMR Shareholdingfrom Interactive Investor
14 Sep 2017
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13 Sep 2017
AVEVA Group PLC - Director/PDMR Shareholdingfrom Interactive Investor
12 Sep 2017
AVEVA Group PLC - Director/PDMR Shareholdingfrom Interactive Investor
12 Sep 2017
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11 Sep 2017
AVEVA Group PLC - Director/PDMR Shareholdingfrom Interactive Investor
11 Sep 2017
AVEVA Group PLC - Director/PDMR Shareholdingfrom Interactive Investor
8 Sep 2017
AVEVA Group PLC - Director Declarationfrom Interactive Investor
6 Sep 2017
AVEVA Group PLC - Publication of a Prospectusfrom Interactive Investor
5 Sep 2017
AVEVA Group PLC - Combination of AVEVA & Schneider Electric Softwarefrom Interactive Investor

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NEW ARTICLE: 10 top stocks hitting new highs by II Editor

  Wed, 20 Sep 2017 12:41:00 GMT
"The annual debate among investors over whether to "sell in May and go away, stay away till St Leger Day", ended in a draw this year. Between early May and the St Leger festival at Doncaster races last week, the @GB:ASX:FTSE All-Share was broadly ..."

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By II Editor

Re: Schneider by Hardboy

  Tue, 05 Sep 2017 09:04:00 GMT
I think markets like the deal
By Hardboy

Schneider by Hardboy

  Tue, 05 Sep 2017 07:14:00 GMT
Well they've been courting for years, it's about time they set the date to get wed.

It sounds a bit of a complicated deal, but it must be a good deal for we shareholders.
By Hardboy

Trading Update by Hardboy

  Fri, 07 Jul 2017 06:18:00 GMT
Steady as we go. No real change in trading conditions, performance in line with the board's expectations. It should have little effect on the share price/
By Hardboy

Re: Finals by oggs

  Tue, 23 May 2017 20:04:00 GMT
End of the bid premium
By oggs

Finals by Hardboy

  Tue, 23 May 2017 17:45:00 GMT
I found the results reassuring - not brilliant, but steady progress being shown. Bit surprised by the market reaction.
By Hardboy

Trading Update by Hardboy

  Wed, 19 Apr 2017 06:58:00 GMT
More or less in line with expectations, but cash flow is ahead of expectations & good to see growth returning.

Unless markets are fear led, this should push the price up a bit.
By Hardboy

Re: vulnerable to a bid? by oggs

  Tue, 15 Nov 2016 14:37:00 GMT
Given that it ran up nearly 25% from today's price and fell back again my assumption is that the run up was presaged by bid thoughts that didn't materialise.
By oggs

Re: vulnerable to a bid? by Hardboy

  Tue, 15 Nov 2016 06:56:00 GMT
The Press have been saying so for years (but I won't expand into what I think of the press) but the Investment Cliché is Never invest hoping for a take-over.

I don't really understand the fall over the last month; but markets seem to be moving much on guesswork at the moment.
By Hardboy

vulnerable to a bid? by esteso

  Tue, 15 Nov 2016 06:36:00 GMT
I'm a fan of Aveva and have been for years, generally served me well. At current SP and with a Sterling discount of at least say 10%, is AVV a potential target for aquisition?
By esteso

Up and up by oggs

  Fri, 12 Aug 2016 14:41:00 GMT
if we ignore the very short lived Schneider spike in June then I don't think I have ever owned a share whose price chart is more or less 45 degrees in the right direction!
By oggs

Re: Why the big rise? by Simbr

  Wed, 15 Jun 2016 08:24:00 GMT
Looks like it's going to be off the table this time:

"Discussions collapsing for a second time, tell us that there will not be a third chance. So Aveva is left to its own devices – and the structural weaknesses in the firm’s business model, as highlighted by this deal, remain unaddressed. Investors will have to put up with Aveva grinding it out. Yet expect Avevavshares to fall below this level as the ‘hot’ money moves on to pastures new."

From Panmure Gordon this morning, up on Research Tree.
By Simbr

Re: Why the big rise? by Hardboy

  Wed, 15 Jun 2016 07:39:00 GMT
So talks off and predictably the market is not pleased, but I'm encouraged.

Presumably it was Schneider who approached Aveva, and therefore presumably they came with a better offer than before; and presumably it was Aveva who rejected the improved terms. This either means the BoD are very confident about the future, or are living in dreamland. The former is more likely.
By Hardboy

NEW ARTICLE: City prepares for 'supersized' Aveva offer by II Editor

  Tue, 14 Jun 2016 12:47:00 GMT
"Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A) fever has gripped the technology sector. After NASDAQ:MSFT:Microsoft/NYSE:LNKD:LinkedIn and NASDAQ:SYMC:Symantec/NASDAQ:BCSI:Blue Coat, French giant PAR:SU:Schneider Electric has revived talks with LSE:AVV:Aveva ..."

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By II Editor

Re: Why the big rise? by Hardboy

  Mon, 13 Jun 2016 13:41:00 GMT
Just seen the RNS - talks with Scheider are back on - sounds like under better terms.

Shares now suspended till further notice.
By Hardboy