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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Management Consulting Group Plc LSE:MMC London Ordinary Share GB0001979029 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 0.23 0.16 0.30 - 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 28.3 6.9 -1.4 - 3

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
02/12/2006
17:22
Is it unloved because of a large part of its trading is US related and thus many would be investors are dollar earning nervous ? I realise that its recent EU acquisition might change that in the future but maybe the current price is the right price for now ?
ptgint
02/12/2006
13:22
Scots - Good luck with this one, and I hope you're right. Hellava gamble, tho' .....! But then, small caps in general seem a bit iffy at the moment. Maybe the bull market is turning.
gmmorris
02/12/2006
11:29
Obviously I think its the latter gmmorris but I agree with your comments! What may not be appreciated by all is the extent to which a few big institutions (Schroders is crucial imho) dominate the 'real' deals in this stock... We could well see some very large trades going through as any 'lines' clear... That has certainly happened several times in recent years, followed by big share price rises... I am optimistic that this scenario will repeat!
scotswhaehae
02/12/2006
10:07
Either there's something nasty yet to emerge, or else MMC must be a screaming buy. Must surely be one or the other? I've taken my loss, but WTFDIK? Re. trades apparently not showing - have you checked PlusMarkets and Virt-X?
gmmorris
01/12/2006
20:18
Why did the deleted deal of 450,000+ not show in the cumultive column, thereby distorting the volume ratios? Furthermore, why is this BB so quiet?
kneath
29/11/2006
15:57
at last someone has noticed the movement. i have been looking everywhere for any idea why they have fallen over 1/3rd in 6 months, when due to ineum and in part to salzer they "should" be looking up. can't see the prob bieng the fd or there would have been more made of it by now and he definately wouldn't be hanging around. i'm really tempted to wade in but i can't see the bottom, could be 30p or less going by past share price fluctuations.
459
29/11/2006
13:27
Delta. That happens to me also. I'd like to know the answer if anyone knows.
sweep stock
29/11/2006
12:45
the boy is back!! http://www.icelolly.tv/show.php?vid=V58
piloyrufvg
29/11/2006
12:26
thanks for post 163 rivaldo... it doesn't take a genius to spot that this is can be a very volatlie share... let's hope we will be 'volatile upwards' soonish! what I found intriguing yesterday that buys were not showing...and I know for a fact there were some... my guess is that a big institution (schroders?) will emerge as having hoovered up all the 'cheap' shares in an announcement in a few days... we shall see... good luck all!
scotswhaehae
29/11/2006
11:28
he's the naked trader... i guess you never bought his book then.
lemsoft
29/11/2006
10:47
Is the level of the US Dollar also impacting on earnings for this company, anybody have any idea where the bottom might be?
lemsoft
29/11/2006
10:29
Robbie "frequenttrader" Burns' sold out yesterday on his stop-loss being breached. His readers (and there are quite a lot of them now) are following him out. I'm wondering whether this is creating a buying opportunity. Watching carefully now.
rivaldo
28/11/2006
19:55
I'm glad someone else has mentioned it,may be nothing but i'm concerned anyway.
spooky
28/11/2006
18:06
I would be very nervous given todays fall and price action. They look cheap on first look, but this is the Company announcement that makes me wonder; Management Consulting Group PLC said its finance director, Mark Currie, has resigned with immediate effect.The consulting and professional services group said Currie will stay on to assist in certain matters until the end of this year.His duties have been assumed by colleagues in the finance team, it added.No reason for Currie's departure was given. 13/10/2006
lanzarote666
28/11/2006
14:41
I feel the fall is overdone and these shares are cheap, but then I would after having bought at 44.9
rhcm
28/11/2006
11:40
Thinking of ISA-ing some of these. I assume the dollar's decline will have a slight effect on earnings, but these still look cheap on fundamentals. Everyone except Panmure's seems keen, and I made good money on Proudfoot in the past. Any comments on the fall? Here's the latest forecasts: 2006 2007 Broker Date Rec Pre-tax (£) EPS (p) DPS (p) Pre-tax (£) EPS (p) DPS (p) Bridgewell Limited 27-11-06 OWGT 14.20 4.51 0.80 15.60 5.04 0.88 Panmure Gordon 27-11-06 SELL 13.65 4.41 0.85 22.78 5.53 0.96 Evolution Securities 09-11-06 BUY 15.70 4.70 0.90 24.40 5.80 1.00 ABN AMRO 26-10-06 BUY 15.89 5.11 0.84 24.63 6.26 0.88 Collins Stewart 07-08-06 BUY 4.80 5.90
rivaldo
27/11/2006
13:54
and bounced off of the suport level again with some good buying this morning
rhcm
20/11/2006
08:23
Still bottom fishers... Momentum soon... Nice start to a deserved rebound imho!
scotswhaehae
17/11/2006
17:33
scotswhaehae agree as long as no profit warning .have a quick look at graph over 3 years always seem to drop around this time of the year before sudden rise to 60-70p.
maksud
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