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|Nice bump up on that news.|
|Morgan Sindall Group plc awarded share of GBP500m TfL Surface Transport Framework
Morgan Sindall Group plc, the construction and regeneration group, is pleased to announce that it has been awarded one of three places on Transport for London's (TfL) Surface Transport Major Projects Framework, through its Construction & Infrastructure division.
The four-year framework is anticipated to be worth GBP500m between the three appointed contractors and will commence in early 2017.
The work entails the design and delivery of complex civil engineering construction projects as part of TfL's GBP4bn investment in London's roads. These include the enhancement and refurbishment of highways, tunnels, bridges and other structures across Greater London on TfL's road network.
John Morgan, Chief Executive of Morgan Sindall Group, commented:
"This contract win demonstrates the positive momentum behind our infrastructure business which continues to prove its expertise in delivering high-quality and complex projects. We are delighted to be appointed by TfL, and look forward to delivering this crucial scheme|
|market cap on £333m|
|this should have doubled £750m contract|
|Bend1pa yes you could be right but I don't like holding stocks in this sector long term.A profit never a profit until it's banked|
|Wipo1 - No harm at all in taking a profit quickly, and I'm tempted myself to exit at a 25% gain in just under a fortnight. But when the CEO yesterday splashes out on a big quantity of shares in his company, and considering its small size, it's a better idea in that case to stay put (IMO).|
|I'm out nice profit|
|That's a biggie and that is £3,200,000
did the CEO rob a bank? or just ask for a loan, maybe is the dividends accumulation over the years on the bank account, that by the way they do not pay much interest this days, so better buy the shares now they are down .........
Director Deals - Morgan Sindall PLC (MGNS)
John Morgan, Chief Executive Officer, bought 500,000 shares in the company on the 10th August 2016 at a price of 640.00p. The Director now holds 4,504,352 shares.|
|Just re-read RNS, I believe he bought them......nice confidence oozing through.|
|Has he bought them or been given them?|
|Maybe they were buys as CEO seems to have bought £3m worth - nice|
|Some big sells that seemed to ignite the price. Nice uptrend now|
|Yes nice I picked up a few on results day for 606p :)|
|And off they go. I love shares that have performed well over the years that so few take an interest in on forums. It's difficult to find such shares with a good track record, little PI interest and lowly rated, but when you do it's nearly always a good sign. :-)|
|Great results - increased dividend - what's not to like.|
|Can't see any reason why these have suddenly decided to fall off a cliff unless some insiders have got wind of bad news to come in the results. That happened with IRV where there was clear insider trading. But 1 director bought 10,000 shares just a month ago when they were a little higher than now.
MGNS have been on my watchlist and seemed surprisingly overvalued for a long time, but no brokers downgrades so far or of bad times to come. I've taken the risk before the results and bought some at 568 as they seem to be fair value now.|
|Results 2 Aug|
|Massively oversold this is.|
|Amazing reaction to glory. There is a huge up side for existing contracts. The imagination loses perspective of growth.|
|Dozen firms bag new £5bn public sector framework
|I am wrong in so fAr that I didn't go long after closing a short...however I still maintain this co will issue some bad news this year. They are simply unable to make a profit.IMO.|
|And still the share price rises. Exile you have not communicated your views widely enough, or you are wrong. Not sure which yet.|
|Exile, your dislike of this company has never been disguised so your comments don't shock any more. But recent results have pushed up the share price on each of two days since, even when the market has been well down. Did the company say they were raising or lowering the dividend?|