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|fenners - you'll find the full reports and accounts here:
You'll also find that the balance sheet impact of the swaps is negligible.
In fact, if a swap agreement runs to maturity, there is no loss or gain at that point. The notional loss or gain at any point is a necessary part of derivatives accounting, and is only crystallised if the agreement is terminated early.
I don't know if you read the Telegraph article from December?
I don't hold this, mainly because I haven't got arount to doing any work on it. Maybe the Telegraph is right, but also if you feel uncomfortable investing, I'd leave it alone!|
|I'm not holding atm, 193.5 was my target price to buy back in.
In terms of the business it's a near monopoly in the IOM market.
From memory MANX are the third largest employers on the Island,
the regulatory background appears supportive.
That is all I can add, doubt anyone will take umbrage btw, MANX
does not tend to attract that type of BB following.|
I try to write it as I see it, based upon published info not speculation. If I ask awkward questions that get good answers , great.
Some other threads take um bridge but this is my money so I have to do some due-diligence.|
|I'm impressed by that research, Fenners !
I wonder if there are any broker/analyst notes on this stock. If so, I would like to see how they address Fenner's points.|
|Trebled my small holding here on that dip, the restructuring is a positive imv,
market appears to see it differently atm.|
|I notice MANX are advertising for a Head of Customer Experience,
that position was only created about a year ago, wonder what happened
to the previous person.|
|Nearly 6 months without a post, my better half is from the IOM so
keep an eye on this.
Any thoughts on the recent China Global deal?.|
|Good to see this back at 200 so quickly|
|Agreed Gears. Could it be the OEIC which is suffering both from the general rash of redemptions and the departure of its prestigious manager ?|
|Could be a placing by a large holder.|
|Anyone any insight as to why this has suffered so much since the vote?|
|Maybe increased competition for services could slow growth.|
|Big trades at 190/194 reported after close - looks like someone sold a big chunk which was presumably behind recent weakness. Looks like price stabilised now and we can hopefully move back up now|
|Egg - guessing people selling after xd|
|Had a little spread bet today, seems to be a good entry point here. Hopefully see some support volume.|
|Any reason given for the recent drop in sp?|
|Bought some of these today - can't believe got them sub 200|
|Ex div today|
|Well that was a good "hang on" decision.
MANX seems very perky indeed. I wonder if they are seen as a safe bet regardless of the referendum results?|
|Tournesol - just fyi my comment at 163 was based on looking at forecasts on Stockopedia|
|would sooner they reduced their debt than paid out quite such a large divi.|
|I'm obviously out of step with the majority opinion - so I'll hang on for the time being and ride the trend|
|Manx Telecom yield ‘very attractive’ - HTTP://citywire.co.uk/money/the-expert-view-mands-saga-and-inmarsat/a894941?ref=citywire-money-picture-galleries-list#i=4
Isle of Man telecommunications company Manx Telecom (MANX) is delivering consistently and the share price is moving towards a rerating.
Liberum analyst Jason Holden retained his ‘buy’ recommendation but increased the target price from 214p to 236p. The shares were broadly flat at 213.7p yesterday.
‘A solid set of results for full-year 2015 which are generally in line with forecasts. The core domestic business continues to deliver predictable cash flows and supports the progressive dividend policy and yield,’ he said.
‘Through establishing a consistent record of delivery, we see the share price continuing its steady upwards rerating. We raise our target price 10% to 236p and view the current yield of c.5% as very attractive.’|