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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
29/3/2007
11:19
this has become a right boring share... am so tempted to sell.. but its so undervalued!!
pobpob
22/3/2007
21:48
Do we know what those trifling 1m trades were?
kneath
22/3/2007
15:35
starting to look interesting again. each low is higher than the last. another tick up and we could be testing 51 again, and if it gets through 51, then 57 is the next target....
iandippie
22/3/2007
13:45
wha,,,,uh...mm......ooooaawwwwh, streeetch! Ah that's better, now where were we. Oh yes, Verger, 500,000 just traded. Level 2 anyone? Buy or sell?
kneath
22/3/2007
10:32
Wake up, Kneath! 500,000 shares just traded!
verger
22/3/2007
09:31
Zzzzzzzzzzzzzz!
kneath
19/3/2007
09:45
Thanks for the info penpont. Low margins are good! Means there is much room for improvement and if the management get it right, much room for a rerating. I'd rather invest in a company like that, than one that is top of it's game, with very little room for margin improvement.
iandippie
18/3/2007
21:17
Thanks, Penpont.
welsheagle
18/3/2007
13:14
Summary of main points of FT article: 'MCg appears neglected by the market. Similar rivals in the US trade on double the lowly 8.3 times accorded to MCG by Evolution. This reflects lower margins but does not account for all of the discount.. MCG cotrols a series of brands that are performing relatively well and has the potential to outperform estimates for 07. The recovery of margins, regional diversification and Ineum aquisition have combined to lift MCG accross the board.'
penpont
18/3/2007
11:47
Can you post the jist of the FT article, Penpont.
welsheagle
18/3/2007
09:20
Cheers penpont. I thought it was the underlying eps (6.1) too, but seeing as they seemed to be so far ahead of the forecasts, and the price has not responded positively, I was begining to have doubts! The highest forecast for 2006 was ABN with 5.03. On the face of it, MMC beat that by 20%! If that's the case, then I'm wondering how come MMC did not issue a statement saying they would beat anayst's forecasts (I thought more than 10% above forecasts, and a company is obliged to inform the market). As for basic eps, I believe several investors including ADVFN report basic eps, which as you say, is misleading. Perhaps other investors have yet to cotton on the true value because of this. I will sit on my hands with this one. I hold over 16,000 of these in the ISA, and was tempted to sell in order to fund the acquisition of other shares, but you are probably right. Patience is the key. I have made stellar gains on AIM stocks this year, partly because I intend to hold for 12 or 24 months to make the most of the tax breaks. However, it's easier to give into impatience in ISA held stocks, as there is no tax to consider. For that reason, I have missed out some big gains in the ISA in the last year, and I have no intention of adding MMC to that list of near misses! My one caveat is that if this drops below 45/46, chartwise, it may not bode well.
iandippie
17/3/2007
20:12
It might be worth checking the FT today - have just read on Citywire that they have an article on MMC headed: 'COMPANIES UK: Neglected recovery story in world of consultants'
penpont
17/3/2007
08:30
Hi Could someone more knowledgable in accounting procedures help me out here! Rivaldo's post (428) details brokers forecasts as follows: 2006 2007 Broker Date Rec Pre-tax (£) EPS (p) DPS (p) Pre-tax (£) EPS (p) DPS (p) Bridgewell Limited 19-01-07 OWGT 15.70 4.97 0.80 24.20 6.23 0.88 Panmure Gordon 19-01-07 BUY 15.10 4.88 0.85 22.80 5.53 0.96 Evolution Securities 18-12-06 BUY 14.63 4.44 0.90 21.60 5.15 0.95 ABN AMRO 18-12-06 BUY 15.65 5.03 0.84 23.78 6.04 0.88 Collins Stewart 07-08-06 BUY 4.80 5.90 And.... The results give eps for 2006 as follows: Earnings per share - pence From continuing operations Basic 4.1 Diluted 4.1 Basic - excluding amortisation of acquired intangible assets 4.6 Basic - excluding amortisation, non-recurring and non-cash tax items 6.1 The question I have is when the brokers made those forecasts, which eps were they talking about for 2006? i.e. 4.1, 4.6 or 6.1? Cheers I.
iandippie
12/3/2007
20:35
Evolution securities have reiterated their 'buy' recommendation, with a target price of 57p.
welsheagle
12/3/2007
12:44
These excellent underlying results and the positive forward statement should ensure strong earnings growth this year... A share price north of 75p is fuly deserved imo... Directors should certainly buy...they have done so at around current share prices before... dyor but a great opporunity imo! Good luck all!
scotswhaehae
12/3/2007
10:15
Will be interesting to see if any of the directors top up their holdings in the coming days...
mick33
12/3/2007
07:50
RNS Number:7329S Management Consulting Group PLC 12 March 2007 Financial results for the year ended 31 December 2006 Management Consulting Group PLC ("MCG" or "the Group"), the international management consultancy group, today announces its results for the year ended 31 December 2006. Key points * Revenue 13% up on last year to #146.9 million (2005: #129.6 million) * Underlying+ operating profit 28% up to #16.2 million (2005: #12.7 million) * Underlying EBITDA margin up 16% to 12.3% (2005: 10.6%) * Operating profit #13.4 million (2005: #13.6 million) * Underlying EPS up 22% to 6.1p (2005: 5.0p); Basic EPS 4.1p (2005: 5.3p) * Dividend increased by 25% to 1.0p per share (2005: 0.8p) * Ineum integration progressing well and out-performing expectations * Current trading and order intake in line with expectations
welsheagle
12/3/2007
07:50
great results + 25% increase in div + good prospects... all looks good to me!!
pobpob
09/3/2007
21:02
Panmure Gordon have reiterated their 'buy' recommendation today with a target price of 55p.
welsheagle
07/3/2007
07:40
Management.Cons.Grp Directorate Change RNS Number:4620S Management Consulting Group PLC 07 March 2007 Management Consulting Group PLC Appointment of Group Finance Director Management Consulting Group PLC ("The Group" or "MCG") announces the appointment of Craig Smith as Group Finance Director with effect from 26 April 2007. Craig Smith, 43, was previously Group Finance Director at Huntleigh Technology PLC, having been appointed on 26 August 2003 and prior to that was European Finance Director of two US based companies in the product identification and printing ink industries. He remains a director of Huntleigh Technology PLC following its takeover and will stand down from the board prior to 26 April 2007. Rolf Stomberg, Chairman of MCG, said "It gives me great pleasure to welcome Craig to the board. He has a very strong track record. His listed company and international experience will be a great asset to MCG." MCG confirms that there is no information to be disclosed under the requirements of Listing Rule 9.6.13 in relation to this appointment. The Group will issue its preliminary announcement on 12 March 2007.
welsheagle
06/3/2007
20:30
i know if i sell now the share price will rapidly rise to a new height ! I am obviously expecting that to happen thats why I am sticking to these like glue, think there is a good chance of the dust settling in the markets now so hopefully all getting back to normal!
adyjudge
06/3/2007
08:43
Yeh.. must admit have been tempted to sell a few times and bank a very nice profit..tho not so nice now!! must hold till monday and hope all is well, if it is then will probably top up
pobpob
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