Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Enodis Plc LSE:ENO London Ordinary Share GB0000931526 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 327.00p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering - - - - 1,206.01

Enodis Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
01/7/2008
07:54
Final offer 328p Got mine at 86p :-)
grigor
24/6/2008
20:22
Thank you much appreciated
lucky_elliott
24/6/2008
19:30
Wait for the auction
grigor
24/6/2008
16:47
what does a girl do??? sell or hang on now???
lucky_elliott
23/6/2008
12:56
Anyone know what's happening here? Over a week since that Telegraph article, no indication of an auction/any further bids/any more news that I've seen. Surely it shouldn't take the takeover panel this long to decide whether there's going to be an auction. Edit - phoned the co, they say it's with the t/o panel & have absolutely no idea when they might decide something.
spectoacc
15/6/2008
11:03
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/money/main.jhtml?xml=/money/2008/06/15/cnenodis115.xml Late-night auction for Enodis The fate of Enodis, the FTSE 250 manufacturer of kitchen equipment, is to be settled through a late-night auction similar to the one which led to last year's £6.2bn takeover of Corus, the former British Steel.
grigor
12/6/2008
10:48
http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/b97b2c22-380b-11dd-aabb-0000779fd2ac.html?nclick_check=1 Enodis bidders await Takeover Panel verdict Manitowoc and Illinois Tool Works have put their battle for Enodis on hold as they wait to hear whether the UK Takeover Panel will advise the restaurant equipment maker to establish a more formal auction process.
grigor
04/6/2008
21:00
Still rising above the latest offer but low volumes
grigor
01/6/2008
12:55
http://www.chicagobusiness.com/cgi-bin/mag/article.pl?articleId=29918&seenIt=1 ITW not cooked yet in Enodis bidding battle By: Bob Tita June 02, 2008 Illinois Tool Works Inc. CEO David Speer will have to dig deeper into his pockets if he wants to pull off his company's biggest acquisition in almost a decade. Analysts expect ITW to top the latest bid for British commercial kitchen equipment maker Enodis PLC, which last month agreed to a $2.1-billion buyout offer from Wisconsin-based Manitowoc Co. Manitowoc's offer, the latest salvo in a bidding war that began in April, topped a $2-billion deal ITW had struck with Enodis just weeks earlier. Last week, Enodis' board recommended the company's shareholders approve the Manitowoc terms, but a shareholder vote has not been set. ...
grigor
19/5/2008
07:48
Come on ITW - You know you want it!
grigor
18/5/2008
15:36
we may get a bidding war and the stock could hit 310p, on weakness I'm going to try and pick some more up but not to chase it up.
2shemshersingh
16/5/2008
10:31
Share price 12p over the last offer Nearly 6 million shares traded so far this morning 300p offer from Manitowoc or a third party?
grigor
15/5/2008
10:43
EGM on 18th June 2008 for ITW offer. Payment by 29th August 2008.
grigor
08/5/2008
11:49
Manitowoc Company or Illinois Tool Works? Fight to the death hopefully 3rd bid from Electrolux?
grigor
08/5/2008
10:32
Unbelieveable you wait several months for a bidder and two come along at once. I feel like a bit of a chicken really because I sold out on the basis that previous bids had not been successful and I was happy to take the profit I had gained. I guess fortune favours the brave...and I was not brave. Well done to those that held on.
whonosewhy
14/4/2008
20:20
http://ir.manitowoc.com/phoenix.zhtml?c=67844&p=irol-newsArticle&ID=1128759&highlight= The Manitowoc Company, Inc. to Acquire Enodis plc For $2.1 Billion
grigor
11/4/2008
18:10
http://www.forbes.com/markets/2008/04/10/manitowoc-enodis-ice-markets-equity-cx_jm_0408markets10.html "Both companies will have been aware of the antitrust issue this time round," said Arbuthnot Securities analyst Michael Blogg. "If there is a problem it will be reflected in the price." He added that companies normally circumvent antitrust issues by selling the particular division in question.
grigor
10/4/2008
15:12
Looks like a bear trap to me.
goldstar
10/4/2008
11:50
People who have been here longer than me have seen this happen a couple of times before bids got rejected. I'm not sure what to do either.
whonosewhy
10/4/2008
11:49
Looks a generous offer There may be problems with too large a market share in kitchen equipment
grigor
10/4/2008
11:23
hmm, still 20% in it ... any views on the risk ?
goldstar
10/4/2008
09:02
Is this for real or will the Board reject it?
andrewlewis
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