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|Mercury Recycling Daily Update: Mercury Recyc. is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker MRG. The last closing price for Mercury Recycling was 5.25p.|
Mercury Recyc. has a 4 week average price of - and a 12 week average price of -.
The 1 year high share price is - while the 1 year low share price is currently -.
There are currently 35,827,462 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Mercury Recyc. is £1,880,941.76.
|dealit: MRG have now as far as I am concerned reached the 20% rise in share price which on researching I thought they would do, better late than never. With no dividend to wait for I see no need to stay. I will monitor their progress around result as I do feel they are a very solid company.
Thankyou for your imput "tophalf69" and the best of luck in all your future transactions.|
|dealit: Cheers "tophalf69" not familiar with "Penny Sleuth" been my experience that ramping by so called experts share price falls back.|
|very quick: Managed to get 10000 at 18.75p
Tuck these away till 2012 and you will be greatly rewarded. I see these at £1+
by end of 2011..And if the rest of Europe follows the same path then who knows where this share price may end up. Very good company to follow. IMHO. DYOR.|
|pugugly: Revisiting after the recent share price drop and the generation of a bear signal on the point and figure chart and a price objective of 12p (stop loss 24p)
My question is have any of the funamental bulls of the stock done an analysis of the implications of the recent Brussels directive on the use of mercury and hence potentialy reducing the amount of mucury that needs to be or mercury containing products that MUST be recyled?|
|fundementals: Sharp rise in share price on 5/5/05 down to my wife.
Bought 19,000 at 30p (buy price was 28p for 10,000 we think) , seemed to force the mid price up to 29.5p
Anybody know when the results are due? Can't be long now.|
|keeping calm: Correction who ever posted the photo its of SIMON LEBOR, Not Lord BARNETT.
Not that it makes much difference.
However the interims released yesterday are a litte dissapointing, cosidering that they have had 6 months of Simisters trade, and that Bryan Neil, is now based the Manchester.
This is still a very small company with big ambitions, and may take some time to get some umph behind it.
As Tiger says 60% of the stock is owned by the board and reralted parties, so the stock is very illiquid, any say 50,000 stock sale or purchase can move the share price either way.
|guru11: Surprised that no one is here on this BB today.
Share price up to 2nd in the fastest movers today.
Although cap at 5.25m profits were very thin last time around and turnover is a fifth of capitalisation. Is it just a rising blip, on a reccomendation and are they now standing on a hot air rating?|
Mercury Recycling share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange