DiscoverIE Group plc (DSCV) Ordinary 5p Shares
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18 October 2019 12:53
(Sharecast News) - Royal Bank of Scotland: JP Morgan upgrades to overweight with a target price of 280p.
11 October 2019 12:40
(Sharecast News) - Whitbread: Deutsche Bank downgrades to sell with a target price of 3,650p.
8 February 2019 14:38
(Sharecast News) - DiscoverIE chief executive Nicholas Jefferies disposed of 6,683 ordinary shares in the London-listed customised electronics outfit.
17 October 2018 08:53
(Sharecast News) - Customised electronics outfit DiscoverIE acquired Cursor Controls on Wednesday for an initial cash consideration of £19m, rising to a possible £23m.
11 October 2018 12:34
(Sharecast News) - DiscoverIE saw some strong trading throughout the second quarter of the year, telling investors on Thursday that it remained on track to deliver full-year earnings in line with its...
10 October 2018 12:47
(Sharecast News) - RWS Holdings: Numis downgrades to add with a target price of 510p.
31 January 2018 11:49
(ShareCast News) - Designer, manufacturer and supplier of customised electronics discoverIE Group updated the market on its third quarter trading to 31 December on Wednesday, reporting that trading continued...
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