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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Macfarlane Group LSE:MACF London Ordinary Share GB0005518872 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.25p +0.29% 87.50p 85.50p 89.50p 86.00p 86.00p 86.00p 31,402 16:35:07
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 196.0 9.3 5.2 16.8 137.85

Macfarlane Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
31/12/2018
13:02
That was pretty savage. Can't see any news.
podgyted
11/12/2018
12:40
picked up a few, it looks too far oversold imv
woodcutter
05/12/2018
10:58
maybe it's beginning to bottom out.
woodcutter
05/12/2018
10:17
MACF should benefit immensely from the reduction in plastic packaging in supermarket products I would think. The valuation is beginning to look very cheap, just waiting for a base to form.
woodcutter
05/12/2018
10:12
Relaxed. Shares go up, shares go down.
effortless cool
05/12/2018
09:35
How do u feel with this continously going against you?
insideryou
24/11/2018
15:24
Your second sentence does not make any sense.
effortless cool
24/11/2018
13:35
Is MACF vulnerable to the coming recession? My impression is OK focus may also be a problem. LTH
bscuit
24/11/2018
12:58
Header updated to reflect my upgraded forecasts. I have also added again - a further 47,619 shares.
effortless cool
21/11/2018
10:46
A great update yesterday; revenue was higher than my forecast and net debt lower. I hope to finish updating my model later today, but it is already clear, in my opinion, that these are stupidly cheap. Accordingly, I have just added another 40,000 shares.
effortless cool
10/10/2018
15:28
IMHO it's related to a repricing of share based assets across the market.... but here is the meat of the article. GLA Shares burnt by Nine Dragons Britain’s paper and packaging makers were put through the shredder yesterday after fears were raised that the supply would increase. Shares in Smurfit Kappa, Mondi and DS Smith were all sent lower after Nine Dragons, a Chinese paper maker, said that it was investing $300 million in its recently acquired mills in the United States so that it could boost output. The packaging sector has done well out of online shopping The packaging sector has done well out of online shopping Smurfit Kappa fell 124p, or 4.3 per cent, to £27.36; DS Smith crumpled 11¾p, or 2.6 per cent, to 447p; and Mondi edged down 23p, or 1.2 per cent, to £19.46. https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/royal-mail-gets-a-glimpse-of-life-below-float-price-d36tp9ckj
hawaly
10/10/2018
15:15
What story???
bladerunna62
10/10/2018
09:27
Suspect it's related to the Nine Dragons story in today's Times - See SMDS
bscuit
10/10/2018
08:49
A bit severe this drop.....
molatovkid
02/9/2018
09:21
Questor article in Sunday Telegraph about Mondi recommending a Buy - less focussed on acquisitions than its peers - discusses SMDS, Smurfit Kappa and RPC, but doesn't mention MACF. Possible read-across? VLTH
bscuit
27/8/2018
11:14
Header updated to reflect interim results.
effortless cool
24/8/2018
21:56
You don’t have to pay for the SCVR, you don’t have to subscribe you just need to register an email address. Given how much valuable information is available for no cash outlay, why wouldn’t you? If you’re worried about them having your email address, use a junk one you never check, and use a private browser to reduce cookies. Or not. Up to you, but don’t complain you can’t access the link, you just don’t want to for reasons obvious only to yourself.
mauricemonkey
24/8/2018
15:42
LOL Perhaps then all that's left is a a quick read of the IC in Tesco tonight..... Chill people - a nice close to the week and I'm up >13% since buying on Montag. Enjoy the weekend! :-) GLA.
hawaly
24/8/2018
10:13
MM, Thanks for chipping in ! No, you can't do what you've said unless you are already a registered user on S/pedia. Likewise with the Investors Chronicle. If you or EC have found a way to access & circulate the IC's subscription-only , current, on-line articles then do share your knowledge please. As a subscriber myself I would be stupid indeed to go on paying for what's apparently free by just clicking on someone's link to it. I am also a registered user on Stockopedia, but I don't allow sites to remember details & get asked to log in every time in order to see the particular article What's doubly stupid about posting those links is that the people who subscribe will get them anyway, while those that don't can't.
dogwalker
23/8/2018
22:42
Dog walker. Stick to walking dogs for a living. The link clearly, if you scroll down far enough, talks about Graham’s thoughts on MACF. FFS, some people need protecting from themselves
mauricemonkey
23/8/2018
20:50
Thanks for nothing. You too. (Maybe that's why this has been such an underused , over-bombastic thread since it was started).
dogwalker
23/8/2018
20:46
Certainly, I am happy to leave the role of being pointlessly stupid on this thread exclusively to you. Keep up the good work.
effortless cool
23/8/2018
20:44
Try not to be pointlessly stupid. Your so-called 'links' don't work unless someone already subscribes to the website you've advertised.
dogwalker
23/8/2018
20:35
Those of you that aren't backward can find the write-up at the link. MACF was also a reiterated buy tip in the Investors Chronicle tonight. Https://www.investorschronicle.co.uk/tips-ideas/2018/08/23/macfarlane-and-the-value-of-specialism/ (Try not to get too confused with this one, Dogwalker).
effortless cool
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