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

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01/7/200807:54Enodis charts and news133.00
20/11/200707:42ENO... hearing bid from US co. Manitowoc imminent @ 270p !!!! possibly today7.00
15/11/200720:1111.5% instant return. Is this true?10.00
15/11/200720:10Enodix - On the way to a fast recovery!!160.00
12/11/200719:56ENODIS to attract US bid?42.00

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16/5/2008
10:31
grigor: Share price 12p over the last offer Nearly 6 million shares traded so far this morning 300p offer from Manitowoc or a third party?
09/4/2008
17:22
cyberpost: Re share price movement RNS Number:0298S Enodis PLC 09 April 2008 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 9 April 2008 Enodis plc ("Enodis" or "the Company") Statement regarding share price movement The Board of Enodis notes the recent rise in the Company's share price and announces that it has received an indicative cash proposal from The Manitowoc Company, Inc. ('Manitowoc') totalling 260p per share. The 260p indicative proposal is inclusive of the right to receive from the Company a payment of 2p per share in lieu of the 2008 interim dividend. On the basis of this indicative proposal, the Company has granted Manitowoc due diligence access and will update the market in due course as appropriate. The Board of Enodis confirms this announcement has been made with the consent of Manitowoc, however there is no certainty that a formal offer will be made for the Company.
19/2/2008
17:14
whonosewhy: I think that is a pretty good trading statement followed by a nice rise again today. I hope I have read this right but despite the challenging environment they are saying they still expect good growth in business. They make mention that nothing has altered their opinion since the Sept 07 announcement but the share price then was around 180p. Bid talk was around in Oct/Nov. The funny thing is that in a slowdown people reduce what they spend. So those that normally eat in an expensive restaurant would reduce their spending by going to a cheaper restaurant, those that have been eating in cheap restaurants might go to Pizza Hut or McDonalds, maybe even down to Subway but Enodis supply to them all. As they say we all have to eat - and someone has to cook it - if we don't cook it for ourselves then Enodis have their market. Just seemed that maybe something was going on because we have seen a little rise now this week and it did not seem to be in response to the trading statement and wondered if something was going on in the background.
04/9/2006
00:34
grigor: Scotland on Sunday Sun 3 Sep 2006 Catering for good value DIRECTOR DEALINGS PERRY GOURLEY AFTER dismissing potential offers which they argued undervalued the company, directors at catering equipment group Enodis have backed up their confidence about its long-term prospects. The board of the ice makers-to-food fryers manufacturer last month snubbed a 195p-a-share from US group Middleby. Days earlier talks between Enodis and another US suitor who proposed a 220p price had also ended. The Enodis directors said the latest offer failed to recognise the value or potential of its business. Since then three directors, including chairman Peter Brooks, have together spent more than £73,000 to increase their holdings and take advantage of a steep fall in the share price following the ending of bid talks.
08/6/2006
07:18
2shemshersingh: Enodis bidders are offering bids in reflection of a major correction to the markets. The board of ENO won't be able to keep rejecting these offers when the market is falling so badly. Manitowoc's share price has been falling with the overall market declines but ENO has enjoyed a high price tag. When the bidders dry up this stock could fall with the overall market.
28/5/2006
10:23
2shemshersingh: I think as rumours circulate the stock will continue to trade within a tight range. A sudden tick in volume and spike to the share price maybe the first indication of an announcement by the bidder or ENODIS board. I've got my mind set on the trigger and will buy into this stock at the moment the stock breaks the 193p mark on high volume. The close on 190p is right on the resistance point. I was looking for a clean break above 190p and a close around 191p to confirm a short term breakout within the previous week's trading range.
20/5/2006
16:49
grigor: http://news.independent.co.uk/business/news/article549002.ece Enodis set to receive new takeover offer By Gary Parkinson, City Editor Published: 20 May 2006 Enodis, the kitchen equipment maker that rejected a £796m takeover offer from its American rival Middleby last weekend, is to receive a more generous bid from another competitor, Manitowoc. David McCulloch, Enodis' chief executive, and his advisers at Credit Suisse can expect an offer of 220p a share within days. That would value the maker of fryers and fridges for MacDonald's and Burger King at £880m. Yesterday, Enodis was valued at £789m after the shares climbed 15.5p to 197.5p. They have more than quadrupled in value in the past three years. Mr McCulloch dismissed Middleby's earlier 195p-a-share conditional offer as significantly undervaluing the company, despite being pitched at an 11 per cent premium to the then share price. On Tuesday, Enodis moved to justify its rejection of Middleby's advances with a 71 per cent jump in pre-tax profits to £24.4m in the six months to April. Sales rose to £354m from £308m over the same period a year before. Enodis, the kitchen equipment maker that rejected a £796m takeover offer from its American rival Middleby last weekend, is to receive a more generous bid from another competitor, Manitowoc. David McCulloch, Enodis' chief executive, and his advisers at Credit Suisse can expect an offer of 220p a share within days. That would value the maker of fryers and fridges for MacDonald's and Burger King at £880m. Yesterday, Enodis was valued at £789m after the shares climbed 15.5p to 197.5p. They have more than quadrupled in value in the past three years. Mr McCulloch dismissed Middleby's earlier 195p-a-share conditional offer as significantly undervaluing the company, despite being pitched at an 11 per cent premium to the then share price. On Tuesday, Enodis moved to justify its rejection of Middleby's advances with a 71 per cent jump in pre-tax profits to £24.4m in the six months to April. Sales rose to £354m from £308m over the same period a year before.
24/4/2003
16:22
burrmj: still holding, i do not feel the results will be much of an improvement, certainly no dividend for a while, but i feel the worst is passed and all factored into the current share price. just as long as debt is reduced again at least the company is moveing in the right direction for when things pick up in the US. holding a lot for me at average of 33p now so praying the shares do not dive below 30p as i could be in trouble, just cannot buy anymore!!!
21/1/2002
07:11
pizzaman: lol ok i exaggerated a bit about the company being sold for 99p but the fact is the share price is going down
15/11/2001
16:49
hedge66: It's always good to see the proof of one's beief in a share price.(posts 63 and 69) Pity I didn't have the readies to buy. Well done to all. H
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