Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Mitie Grp. LSE:MTO London Ordinary Share GB0004657408 ORD 2.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.20p -1.06% 206.00p 205.50p 205.90p 206.80p 204.00p 204.90p 3,357,498.00 16:35:07
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 2,231.9 96.8 21.3 9.7 739.58

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25/11/201614:18MITIE by name mighty by nature416.00
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02/12/2016 17:04:34205.74107,994222,189.56NT
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02/12/2016 17:04:26205.552,6855,518.97NT
02/12/2016 17:03:09205.5517,65236,283.39NT
02/12/2016 17:02:42205.7432,22966,308.75NT
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Mitie Daily Update: Mitie Grp. is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker MTO. The last closing price for Mitie was 208.20p.
Mitie Grp. has a 4 week average price of 210p and a 12 week average price of 209.44p.
The 1 year high share price is 319.10p while the 1 year low share price is currently 165p.
There are currently 359,017,082 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 2,002,204 shares. The market capitalisation of Mitie Grp. is £739,575,188.92.
grabster: Some of the negative factors listed in their Sept 19 update are ongoing ones, not just one-off historic ones. These will surely have a dulling effect over the coming months as the company attempts to extricate itsef from contracts which, because of changes in legislation, will cease to generate the profit levels envisaged when signed. In most cases the company will only be able to get out of such contracts when they become due for renewal. Personally I think the share price is unlikely to do better than flatline over the next 12 months.
stonefold: “You can be sure” Short positions continue to close as fear of a share price rally spreads. ;-) BlackRock Investment Management (UK) Limited 1.89 % 2016-09-21 Marshall Wace LLP 0.49 % 2016-09-21
cwa1: Outlook Mitie is in a strong position. Our business model is flexible and resilient and has proven to be responsive to client needs and market conditions over three decades. We have a blue chip client base, are well diversified across the private and public sectors and we have an experienced and stable management team. Our focus remains on generating value for shareholders, with profits backed by strong cash flows, whilst maintaining a robust balance sheet and margins within our target range. We have a substantial order book and sales pipeline. We continue to see a range of good outsourcing opportunities across our key markets and anticipate modest growth in the new financial year. We remain positive about the prospects for the group's future.
factsonly: I can imagine the MTO directors tearing their hair out thinking wtf!? They would be thinking "We are delivering more than they ever have done before and growing faster than expectations, bucking market conditions and still the share price is nowhere near the peak it achieved 4 years ago.
alter ego: "I also think if this falls further, they need a temporary change of strategy." With the greatest respect, the share price has nothing to with it.What matters is how trading is going and the directors are in a much better position than we are to know. Trying to support the share price by short term changes in strategy could undermine the good work done in building a successful, long term business. As I have no intention of selling my shares any time soon, I regard a fall in the share price as just part of the ups and downs of investing. The market does not have an exclusive ability to predict the future and is just as likely to be overly pessimistic as it is is to be too optimistic.
etome: Investment Column Mitie Group Our view: Hold Share price: 215p (+0.1p) This column is very concerned about the effect of government cuts on companies that depend on winning infrastructure contracts. Mitie is one of them, and yesterday followed a number of peers in the sector and updated the market on recent goings-on. Mitie said that it has experienced no change in public sector markets of late, which of course, is to be expected since the cuts are yet to be implemented. The group also said that it remains on track for profitable growth, but that did not stop a number of analysts taking the announcement as a cue to pare back share price estimates. On a valuation basis, Mitie is compelling. Trading on a 2010 price-earnings ratio of 10.3, and offering a dividend yield of close to 4 per cent, it would very difficult to sell the shares, even with the cuts serving as something close to a herd of elephants in the room. The whole sector makes us very nervous, but we are persuaded that Mitie is a well organised and well run company. We would therefore hold on the stock, watch the divi roll in, and keep our fingers crossed. Hold.
simon gordon: Fund Manager in Investment Week said he had sold his MITIE as he expects share price pressure as corporates cut back.
alter ego: MW, it is often the inactive boards that signify the best stocks to hold. The most active are often frequented by folk who do no analysis and who feel the need to comment on every tick of the share price. MTO is a solid business that quietly gets on with the job. AE
bleunose: buying more yet then . Its a good company i know i have some big of my biggest contracts with them . 12% margin going to get squeezed with this credit crunch in my opinion .. Alter sometimes their are some good advise given on these boards if your happy the way the share price is going then fine . I am not....
mistertibbs: I recently topped up here before the fall but I don't regret it. Share price falls don't change the company fundamentals. Don't forget in a market like this, any so called bad announcements like a large share sale can just exagerate the volatility. I think. As far as I'm concerned, I'm unmoved and the purchases and sales of a pension fund/fund manager will always occur.Unless of course there's news out there we don't know about, yet?
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