Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Management Res LSE:MRS London Ordinary Share GB00B8BL4R23 ORD EUR0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.625p +6.67% 10.00p 9.75p 10.25p 10.125p 9.375p 9.375p 3,317,378 09:35:19
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 19.0 -4.9 -15.6 - 17.44

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20/11/2017
08:20
Management Res Daily Update: Management Res is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker MRS. The last closing price for Management Res was 9.38p.
Management Res has a 4 week average price of 5.50p and a 12 week average price of 2.75p.
The 1 year high share price is 10.13p while the 1 year low share price is currently 2.63p.
There are currently 174,428,086 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 4,050,737 shares. The market capitalisation of Management Res is £17,442,808.60.
10/6/2017
05:13
showme01: Someone on LSE posted this yesterday received an email off Nigel Burton yesterday: Thanks for getting in touch.    The Directors fully understand the frustration felt by those seeing a falling share price and no news. However, as several investors have pointed out, it is only a month since re-list and the Board need to thoroughly review the business, identify exactly what needs doing and begin implementation of any required changes, and satisfy themselves that the forecasts for the next year (starting 1 July) are soundly based, challenging for management but achievable. Although it might help the share price for a few days, the worst thing the Board could do is rush out some half-baked announcement prematurely so I’m afraid we all just have to be patient until we are in a position to provide a soundly based update. The new NEDs, including myself, are personally heavily invested here, and I can assure you are working hard on the above alongside management, and are very focused on shareholder value, so we are as keen as anyone to see the share price recover and we will communicate with the market as soon as we are able to do so.   Regards,     Nigel Burton +44 77 8523 4447 nigel@wasdale.org
15/5/2017
15:43
spiker4: Just note growth and expansion does not always translate to an increase in share price.
14/5/2017
09:15
pwhite73: metis20 All of these AIM boards are exactly the same. When one board drives the company near the point of administration having fleeced it of all its cash, another one steps in . New names and new money is injected crashing and trashing the share price and the whole episode starts all over again. The one constant in all of these disaster stories are mug punters buying ever lower priced shares whilst saying the following:- "things will be different this time just wait and see". "I've managed to get my average down to Xp" "If I had more money I'd top up" "I hope the price stays where it is until the end of the month" If you think things are going to be any different this time round at Management Resources after 10 years in this business you are seriously and gravely mistaken.
10/5/2017
18:01
spiker4: For some reason I believe no matter which way the share price goes they are still in the money. A short squeeze may even be possible.
09/5/2017
06:57
pwhite73: How can it be good for you to be involved in a cash raise at 5p if your average is 7p. It would only be good if there was a cast iron guarantee that the 5p stock was heading higher. People wanting to average down to reduce their losses in comparison to the current share price is one of the key psychological elements the AIM markets feeds on. It is fair to say that people who average down always lose out more than people who just stand still.
07/5/2017
22:40
pwhite73: letmepass - "it's called market demand.. Once main sellers have gone by 9.30am" You have missed the other half which is called market supply. In this case the market supply is 110m shares at 5p. The current share price could be trading at 30p the directors have already stated the open offer shares will be placed at no more than 5p. This is why the stock could not get off the floor on Friday and will not on Monday either. If you are holder sit tight and you will be offered stock at 5p.
07/5/2017
22:29
tsmith2: Got to live his rubbish. Are they not investors? Will they not want to hold? will the subscription not be higher if the share price is higher?#talkingtripe
07/5/2017
21:44
pwhite73: tsmith2 - "99% of Creditors are not in the game of holding onto to stock as an investment" That is only true on the AIM and that is because 99% of the companies are worthless. Creditors like you invest to make money. If they thought the share price was going to 10p any time soon they would not be selling. Death spiral creditors like YA Global, Darwin etc sell immediately because they only lend to companies that can't raise money anywhere else and have a huge private investor following.
12/1/2017
08:46
market master: Anyone wanting to know more about the characters Murray D'Almeida & Timothy Jones should read up on BHR to see what kind of damage these clowns can do to a company. MRS is profit making and the share price should be at least £1+ on current trading but as long as Murray and Jones remain on the BOD milking the company with their over exuberant salary and expenses the company is at risk of failing and the share price will always struggle. We need these two independent NED's to join the board to protect our investment that's why it's important every shareholder votes in the upcoming EGM.
26/1/2016
10:09
h2owater: LSE bb: -------------------------------------------------------------------- Three different scenarios as a way of looking at where we should be trading An average of where the price should be TODAY without future acquisitive or contract wins priced in gives us a share price of 59P. Valuation 1 : MRS Float Price (pre Bachmann acquisition and when MRS was generating less profit and less revenues) + Bachmann acquisition = current value share price of ca. 50p Last years MRS float price of 30P (£10M - remember this is not factoring in the 63% INCREASE in revenues over the last year or increase in PROFITS) + this years takeover price of Bachmann (£6.5M). That gives a combined value of £16.5M (not taking into account current business being bid for nor synergies from the combined group)which is a share price of 50P. Valuation 2 : Last years pre tax and pre exceptional cost were £1.3M on a PE 10 that's £13M (again not factoring in any growth, current contracts bid for or any future acquisitions = current value share price of ca. 40p 3\As #2 but assigning a 50% chance of success to the £44m of KNOWN business we've bid for (again not factoring in ANY future growth through additional contract wins or acquisitions = current value share price of 88p In 2015 MRS & Bachmann combined made Revenues of $38.8M. Operating Profit before Tax was (combined) $2.7M. In £ that's Revenues of £18.7M and PBT of £1.3M. That's a margin of circa 7%. Lets say we win (conservatively, id expect more given our stellar reputation) only 50% of the £44M worth of business we're bidding for. That's £22M. At 7% margin thats £1.5M additional profit to add to the bottom line (considering other revenues remain the same)! Sp £1.5 + £1.3 = £2.8M PROFIT. We're at c.£6M mcap. Madness! At a PE of 10 on £2.8M profit that's ca. 88P"
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