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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Imi Plc LSE:IMI London Ordinary Share GB00BGLP8L22 ORD 28 4/7P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  14.00 0.77% 1,832.00 1,831.00 1,832.00 1,857.00 1,820.00 1,857.00 323,618 15:05:01
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 1,825.0 214.3 62.7 29.2 4,987

Imi Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
25/8/2011
12:59
At these prices IMI really is a steal!
aztech10
25/8/2011
07:43
very nice set of results out today
alter ego
16/8/2011
07:31
I can honestly see this being back at £11 very soon
aztech10
11/8/2011
20:56
Good opportunity, Class act, I'm in
grigor
05/8/2011
20:04
Two wads better than one valediction? ;-) Seriously though, this does seems to have been very harshly marked down in comparison to other similar stocks imo.
epsilon mojo
05/8/2011
19:42
If only I had a wad of spare cash lying around......
valediction
05/8/2011
19:42
If only I had a wad of spare cash lying around......
valediction
04/8/2011
11:32
Screaming buy at this price imo with results in a few weeks & QE3 looking more & more likely. Short covering & fundamentals over fear coming soon imo.
epsilon mojo
03/8/2011
00:59
Drop appears to have been exacerbated by short selling with a surge in the amount of stock out on loan according to the chart on this page (just type IMI into the search bar below the chart): http://www.dataexplorers.com/products/data
epsilon mojo
02/8/2011
22:19
IMI's turn to be caught in the crossfire of a volatile & fear driven market sell off aimed predominantly at (what the market believes to be) more economically sensitive, cyclical stocks - nothing more than that imo. Maybe we are heading for a US/European driven collapse in world growth or even the dreaded double dip recession, in which case it's game over for now. Personally though, I feel the fear is somewhat overdone & expect a (QE3 driven?) rally at some point soon with IMI firmly at the forefront. Could be a bumby ride in the short term though, especially with the DOW collapsing 266 to 11866 in late trading.
epsilon mojo
02/8/2011
16:55
What the hell happened today? Down almost 5% for no obvious reason. Due to report late in August.
deanforester
02/8/2011
16:53
Added today - looks very good value again on a medium/long term view imo, market worries aside of course.
epsilon mojo
27/7/2011
08:40
Still looking strong ,despite all the worries in the world. Once the US sort out the debt ceiling, the market should breath a big sigh of blue relief. Until the next crisis of course....its been the year of them. Perhaps "Plague sweeping through asia rocks markets" is not far away.
valediction
08/7/2011
13:46
I said the same thing on the GKN thread, which I also hold. Any bid at a realistic premium would be bad news other than for short term shareholders as, barring accidents, the share price of these companies will be higher than any likely price paid within 12 months.
bluebelle
07/7/2011
18:03
Oh please yes BUY BUY BUY BUY IMI
valediction
06/7/2011
21:41
I hope not : would mean a major portfolio readjustment for me!!! MARKET REPORT: Takeover buzz gives IMI heat By GEOFF FOSTER Last updated at 12:37 AM on 6th July 2011 Mind your eye with IMI. That was the shout in dealing rooms as red hot rumours of a £4.8bn, or £15 a share, cash offer from giant New Jersey-based conglomerate Honeywell International helped the industrial engineer touch 1129p before closing 41p higher at 1119.5p. The gossip coincided with a note from Brewin Dolphin which said it considers IMI to be potentially prey to some of the very large US industrial companies. IMI, formerly known as Imperial Metal Industries, floated on the London Stock Exchange in 1966 with parent ICI retaining a majority shareholding. ICI sold its remaining interest in 1978 and during the 1980s IMI moved towards higher margin finished products such as pipes, tubes and fittings. Its been onwards and upwards since and last December the Birmingham-based group was admitted to the Footsie.
bluebelle
06/7/2011
20:12
Well, let's hope today was as good as it gets for you ! I bet there were people thinking the same this time last year when it was trading at under £2 !!!
bluebelle
06/7/2011
17:55
Cheers Bluebell its one I am watching and hoping for a "brief" pull back so I can get in.
valediction
06/7/2011
08:48
A wise man once told me that it's never too late to buy; it's never too late to sell ! FWIW I think BOY is still very much undervalued relative to certain of its peers.
bluebelle
06/7/2011
08:07
We wish cool runnings !!! Bluebelle , A wise man told me to eat up BOY when it was 340 ish recently, but I hesitated and he who hesitates is lost as they say.
valediction
06/7/2011
07:28
valediction It's a pattern I've seen on several in this sector that I hold - periods of inactivity price wise followed by an adjustment : CGS, BOY, FENR & MRO for example.
bluebelle
05/7/2011
20:19
Bid speculation !!
cool runnings
29/6/2011
22:01
Stronger today, lets hope it continues
valediction
23/6/2011
22:49
Agree Bluebelle - SMDS another good example & just look at that today! Expect these to be pushing £12 come the August interims, so not overly concerned with the recent underperformance.
epsilon mojo
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