Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Management Res LSE:MRS London Ordinary Share GB00B8BL4R23 ORD EUR0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.125p -1.37% 9.00p 8.75p 9.25p 9.625p 9.00p 9.125p 1,726,139 16:23:45
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 19.0 -4.9 -15.6 - 15.70

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12/5/2017
07:16
MRS paid £18k for that research note. Many of Align's clients would have read it and hence the flurry of buys this morning. However this does not detract from the fact that MRS required £millions and now to carry out its operations. Normal business will resume shortly.
pwhite73
12/5/2017
07:15
NYO short SQUEEZE
letmepass
12/5/2017
06:54
Low valuation provides plenty of scope for upsideOn our figures MRS trades on a FY2018 EV/EBITDA multiple of just 4.6 times. This is a low valuation which provides plenty of scope for near-term upside should targeted profit figures for next year be achieved. With our peer analysis suggesting a June 2018 target of 14.55p per share we have a Conviction Buy stance.
tsmith2
12/5/2017
06:53
http://www.alignresearch.co.uk/cpt-company/management-resource-solutions/ Update note out.
richie666
11/5/2017
12:58
You short?
tsmith2
11/5/2017
12:39
You bought?
tsmith2
11/5/2017
11:36
500,000 worth of rubbish 5.01p.
pwhite73
11/5/2017
11:34
how much utter rubbish does Pwhite want to carry on coming out with?
tsmith2
11/5/2017
10:50
As they did at AERO. Which worked really well.
kemche
11/5/2017
10:25
Payment of Align Research in shares is standard practice and has nothing to do with how much cash is available to the company. As stated on the Align Research website: “We actively look to take payment almost exclusively in the company’s equity or apply payment to purchasing the equity of the covered company. This of course ALIGNS us with both the company (existing shareholders and management) and new investors that act upon our research notes. If we are wrong in our analysis we suffer the same fate as the covered company's shareholders.”
steve239
11/5/2017
10:14
They might have to raise in the future - I do not rule that out, but it depends on how the business fares which we know not at this stage. But it is insane to think they will raise in the near term having just put to bed the open offer. They can tap remnants of a debt facility, and there is some (not much) cash that currently exists. It is a case of current revenues,plus debt facility to tide them over until hopefully they can get to a level that allows the business to sustain itself. As I previously mentioned, there are instruments other than issuing equity that are possible if funds are required. One thing is for certain - there is no placing currently in the works, as the coming weeks will serve to prove. PWhite will then disappear.
yasx
11/5/2017
09:58
...sufficient working capital?Is that why they had to issue a paltry 360k shares to pay Align Research their fees.
pwhite73
11/5/2017
07:44
Just be patient. Its a MM trick. They're trying to give the impression the 5p is a one off lucky chance. But it will be the norm shortly.
pwhite73
11/5/2017
07:35
Cannot buy anything online at 5p
love it
11/5/2017
07:33
There you go 5p to buy. Who is selling stock for 5p? The bucket shops are. Gone
pwhite73
11/5/2017
07:26
They have nothing at the moment. They only raised £150k from the placing. The two £500k placings you can totally disregard. The first one they were careful not to say what the money was for. Personally I think it was used to settle fees with existing staff maybe a signing on fee for the new directors (that's just my view). The second subscription was from two directors. As a golden rule you should always dismiss funding from AIM directors because they recuperate their outlay in wages, bonuses and warrants. Yes they gave MRS £500k in cash for shares but how much has MRS given them for sorting out this mess. In my opinion they still have to raise about £4 million to carry out their operations. Yes they can exercise their lending facilities but this all costs extra money, puts even further strains on the company's balance sheet and it was the lending facilities that got them into this mess in the first place. The way out is to use their equity raising option and that in my view is what is going on at the moment. Speak Later
pwhite73
11/5/2017
06:49
In my opinion £150k from first placing £500k from second and £500k from Directors subscription - there may be more creditors from this and we don't know the current cash flow position. In addition they have an existing loan arrangement in place that as far as we know can still be drawn on. How much do you think they have ?
mayroad2
10/5/2017
22:44
That's right and I'm pleased to see you're taking note of my posts. The next question for you now is what monies did MRS raise for working capital from the various placings?
pwhite73
10/5/2017
18:58
Because the Open Offer was to allow holders not in the placing a chance to buy at 5p - the significant volume around the placing price allowed those holders to buy at or near 5p - therefore the uptake would have been low as holders would have already bought - seems logical and obvious enough to me
mayroad2
10/5/2017
18:21
RNS 09/05/2017 - "Having carefully considered feedback received from investors, having taken note of the significant volume of shares traded close to the recent placing price, the cost of an Open Offer and the likely small take-up and net proceeds of such an offer, the Board has now decided that it is now no longer appropriate or necessary to continue with proposals for an Open Offer." What has the volume at close to the placing price got to do with the decision not to proceed with the open offer? And why would the open offer likely result in a small take up?
pwhite73
10/5/2017
18:20
The working capital position is stretched, of that there is no doubt. But, curbing costs and reverting to the debt facility (which still has headroom) can avoid the need for the same in the short term. It is farcical to suggest that having just undertaken two placings and abandoned an open offer shortly thereafter the company would embark upon a third placing immediately thereafter. PW was never alluding to that, he is now clutching at straws to attempt to cover his infantile understanding of such matters. So, let us give it a month or so and when no shares are issued as part of a placing, what excuse will he then offer. Anyway, enough of this fool for now. Off to the filtered register he goes.
yasx
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