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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
03/1/2007
15:37
Yes, nice one Rivaldo, also bought in today.
madmix
03/1/2007
15:21
In today - thanks Rivaldo and Chester. CR
cockneyrebel
03/1/2007
15:12
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Abuse team
03/1/2007
14:13
Interesting to know if Panmure's have increased their forecasts. I assume they have since a change from Sell to Buy is a pretty neat turnaround... They were already forecasting 4.41p EPS for 2006 and 5.53p EPS for this year, so MMC were already cheap on those figures (which were the lowest of all the 2006 forecasts, though not of 2007).
rivaldo
03/1/2007
11:57
Stumbled across this share this morning, and I'm won over. I'm not a 'lurker', but I will still accept your welcome! Here we go!
verger
03/1/2007
11:39
And less than a month ago a non-exec director bought £25k of shares - now why would he do that so close to the year end I wonder.... With all this buying the pressure must be building for more and quicker rises imo.
rivaldo
03/1/2007
11:18
last years update 12th jan year before 5th jan so in the next 2 weeks should see a statement :-)
oxtail2007
03/1/2007
11:15
1.5m @ 44.25p; good enough for me to double my holding.
azalea
03/1/2007
11:13
another huge trade just gone through seems panmure have given all those watchers the green light.cant wait for the next update.
oxtail2007
03/1/2007
10:20
thanks Rivaldo... they are either naughty boys or completely useless...I can't think of any other possibilities!
scotswhaehae
03/1/2007
10:11
This cracked me up :o)) From Citywire this morning: http://www.citywire.co.uk/News/NewsArticle.aspx?VersionID=87916&MenuKey=News.Home "Panmure upgraded Management Consulting from 'sell' to 'buy' at its morning meeting today. Trading is a lot better than originally thought, with September and October being particularly strong, it says."
rivaldo
03/1/2007
09:53
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Abuse team
03/1/2007
08:51
We've had quite a few 'lurkers' waiting for the breakout from 42p...can't blame them really... We've now also had clear net institutional buying imho...and that was the remaining required building block... Could it just be that the brokers are right (baring Panmures) and that the stopped/scared punter followers of that tip sheet guy didnt actually bother to do their research? I know what I reckon...lol Nice to see us on the Top Share Leaderboard... Enjoy!
scotswhaehae
03/1/2007
08:46
Just joined you this morning - had my eye on these for a while and looks like the tide has turned.
carver66
03/1/2007
08:42
Looking good this morning,Someone likes to buy in volume.
balcony
03/1/2007
08:41
Glad to be of service chester! Hopefully lots more to come. A second 1m trade went through at 43p which has to be a buy - looks like someone's bought £860k this morning?
rivaldo
03/1/2007
08:31
Thanks to all on here for some very usefull info. Been watching and waiting patiently and bought this am at 43.49
bootie64
03/1/2007
08:28
Swift initial move up to 55p plus fully deserved... Thanks Panmures...lol! We've been saying it for ages....let's just enjoy...
scotswhaehae
03/1/2007
08:27
Rivaldo - Thanks for bringing this to my attention. I pepped a few last week.
chester
03/1/2007
08:25
On the move now. Million trade gone through. MM's were filling an order.
highcommissiondelhi
03/1/2007
08:24
And to you GHF. Looks like the 1m share buy at 42.5p did the trick - nice.
rivaldo
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