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|tuteratut: vileen. Suppose you could wait for the 'promised' synergies and cost-saving (£75m. per annum) to percolate through into a rising share price over the medium term. Hold for a better deal? - can't see where that will come from. Will the Germans and the Brits cut it as a team?
Overall, think I will hold a while yet.|
|devere: Can't believe its soooo quiet this morning on the BB - this is good news from MT ... I really applaud the management focus on PROFIT and not running after market share
Share price starting to move NORTH now - will be pleased to see it in the 230's - positive press coverage tomorrow should give it a nudge up again|
|jaynealex: AGM statement re-confirms what Long term holders waiting for ..... but when will share price reflect this .... could do with moving on|
|jaynealex: Still holding
Funny isn't it I heard on the news this am something about Bird flu in hong kong and expected further falls ...and here we are with a re - trace
There was talk of company's meeting to do risk assessments .... predictions of worst case 50% of staff not at work....and one company's action plan was to "persuade" employees not to travel to affected areas
What would that do to the share price
So although this share has a lot of "normal business" upside there are some big risks on the worst case scenario|
|melody9999: yep I'm in. I work in the travel industry and so I can tell you MT have achieved a massive turn around. Importantly the business is run by accountants constantly watching the bottom line - they are making some major initiatives in ecommerce - I'm not saying it will be easy for them but it is now a solid business moving forward and the future share price should reflect that. All IMHO.|
|networker: There looks to be some indigestion in the share price at the moment. Probably as a result of the 20 million apparently traded earlier in the week, which may be struggling to find a permanent home. If the 180p support level doesn't hold ( and today's drop says it won't ) then it looks as though it will come back quite a bit. That said the commercial prospects still seem reasonably ok in spite of high fuel costs etc, so medium term prospects remain encouraging. I always think any possible buy-out is a bonus and should not in itself be the reason for buying/holding shares which lack intrinsic merit.|
|swwikmi: the fact that the six instution holders appear to add to their holdings on any weakening of the share price confirms my feeling that mt.s will be taken out at a price well above the present one - one broker has a target price of 270 which will still only give a modest market cap given the turnover- this share is completely dominated by the 44% holdings of the six. - whilst they are not reducing their stakes the omens must be good|
|johnstevens2: Off topic but if you read it you will see why I have mentioned it.
"PCF" (Personal & Commercial Finance)AIM Listed.
New Broker note says profitability last seen in 2002 when the share price was £1.05.
The share price is now 24p
The NAV is well over the actual price to buy, and represents a screaming stonking good buy.
All in my opinion, but it also has lots of tipsters saying so as well.
The company is due to update the market later this month, and has already said they are back on track to profitability.
Do your own research. I am not a paid tipster, but someone who likes to share information.
I scour all bb's and look for what is the flavour of the week or month, then merely seek to pass this info on.
If I have upset anyone by posting off topic, I am sorry, but if I didn't then a lot of people would miss out on opportunities like this, as a lot of people have never heard of "PCF"
Massive amounts of information available for "PCF" if you take the time to look you will see it's all positive.|
|b1gboy: @ barred...I think JakNife might be right mate as the quote on the right-side of the page is 5.35p, which is incorrect for the current share price.
Its really baffled me as if its not that, then what could it be thats causing the share price downwards??|
|soul_trade: There is a logical explanation to the price difference. Too many shorts were open in Mt. which take sometime to close ( there is also no incentive for shorts to be closed asap as more and more people are selling mt. shares to buy mt.s which drives the shareprice down and in turn creates more profit for shorters, so they are waiting atm instead of rushing to close their positions)and holders are waiting for shorts buybacks which they hope will drive the price up more so they can sell for more, so its a very slow process.
As for mt.s not leveling up with mt. shares its mainly due to the huge stock overhang.
However as more and more people are pulling out of mt. it makes sense for them to buy mt.s at a huge discount atm, thats why we see mt.s price slowly creeping up.|
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