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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 0.00 - 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
22/1/2007
12:50
Thanks Rivaldo - on the case!
kneath
19/1/2007
09:56
it seems hard work pushing through 46p and really we have not tested the mm's at 46.5 yet?.i took some of my profit out yesterday and put it into gng this morning after seeing your post on the 2007 thread.do you know of any other single digit p.e stocks at the mo rivaldo i can take alook at?.after a big sell off i now only hold chns chuk gng and am watching tri.thanks....
steve133
18/1/2007
15:56
Rivaldo - Where do you get the earliest & most authoritative broker/analyst recs? I curently use Digitalook but is there a better source?
kneath
18/1/2007
15:31
Here's more on the Panmure upgrade. Hopefully any overhang will clear - at which point there may be a major price move on any further demand: http://www.newratings.com/analyst_news/article_1458821.html "Management Consulting "buy," target price raised Thursday, January 18, 2007 6:50:12 AM ET Panmure Gordon & Co LONDON, January 18 (newratings.com) - Analyst Charlie Cottam of Panmure Gordon maintains his "buy" rating on Management Consulting Group (ticker: NZX). The target price has been raised from 50p to 55p. In a research note published this morning, the analyst mentions that the company has reported its sales for 2006 marginally ahead of the estimates. Management Consulting is expected to have generated its adjusted PBT for the period, in-line with the estimates, the analyst says. The Ineum integration is in-line with the schedule and the company's diversity is beginning to yield benefits, Panmure Gordon adds."
rivaldo
18/1/2007
14:36
many thanks for the broker updates... too low targets imho but moving in the right direction! hopefully we'll be looking back in a couple of weeks when the shares are 55p plus and shaking heads at how these could have been so low!
scotswhaehae
18/1/2007
12:58
rivaldo looking at level 2 and trades there seems to be endless buys at 46p which have not moved the price.i take it there must be lots of stock on offer if thats the case you will have to lend me one of your millions as i only have 50k spare lol.looking for a move forward first before buying in again
steve133
18/1/2007
12:37
Here's your chance steve! http://uk.biz.yahoo.com/18012007/336/broker-recommendations-thursday-18th-january-2007-12-25-pm.html "Panmure...says buy Management Consulting (raising the target to 55p from 50p)" and "Evolution reiterates buy...Management Consulting (57p target)"
rivaldo
18/1/2007
09:05
if i see a broker upgrade i will take out those 4 mm's on 46.5 myself
steve133
18/1/2007
09:03
logically they should...especially after the Sunday Times 'Buy' recommendation...which they may well now reiterate this week. The French acquisition was said to be earnings enhancing for 2007 when it was bought...and now we are told results are even better than anticipated....probably with a better growth rate going forward than anticipated too imho...remember the French vendors are locked in for FOUR years! I believe they were allocated shares at about 58p...lol...so you can get my drift on how much this enhanced business is really worth...the French drive hard bargains and will expect a good return for the 4 year lock in!
scotswhaehae
18/1/2007
08:50
I hope not! Keep it quiet ;-)
nabeel4975
18/1/2007
08:37
...wonder whether Robbie Burns and followers will pile back in?
scotswhaehae
18/1/2007
08:33
"Would have preferred them just to say 'trading in line' rather than quote numbers away from the context of the full results statement, just to avoid any confusion." Surely it's the other way round. It avoids confusion if actual numbers are quoted rather than just "trading in line" which always begs the question - What are these expectations? Has the broker made any adjustments to profit (eg adding back amortisation of intangibles) that I do not make in my own forecast.
valhamos
18/1/2007
08:30
...will be interesting to hear of Panmure and Bridgewell's morning meeting notes analysis... Shadow boxing so far but looks very promising for when the bigger boys start to play!
scotswhaehae
18/1/2007
08:21
if we get a tip or upgrades the we could move into the mid 50's imho
steve133
18/1/2007
08:14
Looking good chart-wise too, past an old high. On a current year P/E of 7 or 8 MMC looks too low by half imo.
rivaldo
18/1/2007
08:12
I think there was enough positive sentiment in the statement, without it being in any way OTT - Proudfoot modestly ahead, Parson much better in H2, Ineum ahead of expectations. Would have preferred them just to say 'trading in line' rather than quote numbers away from the context of the full results statement, just to avoid any confusion. Whatever, they look quite distictly undervalued, even wihtout possible 07 upgrades.
penpont
18/1/2007
08:09
Maybe I'm just cynical given the peformance of one of my holdings yesterday despite the positive statement. MMC signs are encouraging so far!
kneath
18/1/2007
08:04
Yes pretty good results in the face of adversity.Should now resume its tracck back to 55-60p imo
nurdin
18/1/2007
08:03
2007 EPS estimates ought to be raised to around 6.8p plus imho... Great stuff!
scotswhaehae
18/1/2007
07:58
mm are moving her up before open they were trading in the mid 50's before the huge sell off. maybe now peoples questions have been answered the fd leaving had no need to spook investors plus the company will now grow forward in 07.ineum has slotted straight in which has took the presure off us earnings looks good.
steve133
18/1/2007
07:41
I don't quite know what to make of the statement. I don't want to appear pessismistic but the language of the release was strictly business and devoid of motivating 'feel good' factors. This could be construed as professional and business like, and certainly wasn't heavy on negatives but personally I would have liked it to be a little more up-beat. Given the turbulence of the past year, this gives me the impression of 'small mercies'. I hope i have mis-read this!
kneath
18/1/2007
07:41
i have pulled out on a few shares off late because of the poor market but i will have more of these in my isa.surly cant stay on a single p.e for long
steve133
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