LSE:CPI (Capita Group)

About cpi

Capita is one of the UKs leading outsourcing specialists. Established in 1984, the company now counts both private and public sector businesses among its customers and is perhaps best known for its involvement in Londons congestion charging scheme.

Capita Group (LSE: CPI)
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I say it’s time to buy as the FTSE 100 crashes, but I’d avoid this stock

For long-term investors, I reckon it's time to buy shares as the FTSE 100 crashes. But we do still need…

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This FTSE 250 stock is down 45% in 2 days. Here’s what I’d do now

The Capita share price has collapsed. Roland Head explains what's gone wrong and what it could mean for shareholders.

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Why the Capita share price rose 15% in September

Conor Coyle discusses why outsourcing firm Capita recovered further ground in September, and whether the trend can continue.

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At today’s share price, I believe Capita is a double-your-money stock

Bryan Williams explains why now is the time to buy Capita plc (LON:CPI).

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