Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Marshall Motor LSE:MMH London Ordinary Share GB00BVYB2Q58 ORD 64P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 166.50p 163.00p 170.00p 166.50p 166.00p 166.50p 27,150 14:00:20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Automobiles & Parts 2,268.9 53.1 63.8 2.6 128.60

Marshall Motor Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
30/5/2018
13:53
Yes I have now read that article and the CEO comes across as very positive about the way forward. As he made clear any future rate rise will not have a major impact on PCP payments ...........buyers need wheels and will soon adjust to new conditions just as we all have to with changes in petrol/diesel prices. He's certainly done wonders for Marshalls profits since he took over. I still feel very confident with my holding in the company and bet he has some interesting plans to take this forward over the next few years. I believe that once all this Brexit business is resolved ....as it will be! .....there could be some positive movement in the share price which has been in the doldrums for far too long now.
55biker
29/5/2018
14:29
Sorry I can't provide a link but the Telegraph did a good article on Marshall Motors either yesterday or on Sunday, mostly focused on Mr Gupta's career. Interesting his comment about the impact of possible interest rises on the purchases of new and used cars. Essentially nothing to worry about as a 1% rise only adds £10 to £15 a month to the average PCP payment. But the credit on cars across the industry is huge, apparently circa £48 billion.
lefrene
24/4/2018
11:52
Goes ex dividend end of this week so have to expect some selling off then which could be a good opportunity to top up. MMH have a great management team plus a dynamic CEO with excellent customer feedback and retention and are effectively debt free So despite all this depressing diesel business they should be able to expand their quality network over the next few years.
55biker
13/4/2018
15:53
And the buy back in around the 140 mark.
bigdazzler
02/4/2018
17:13
Well obviously I think it's cheap because I bought it. No idea why no-one seems interested in it - management has up to now a superb track record. Loads of property on the balance sheet. Out-performing rivals. I can only think the market expects a big crash in car-buying - which is possible, but would hardly be permanent. Unless you believe horses are about to make a comeback. In the interim, expect a chunky dividend as a reward for your patience...
edmundshaw
01/4/2018
15:24
Looks ridicusly cheap , your thoughts on Marshall motors vs peers like cambria ?
lullabite
22/3/2018
18:28
Mmh appears to have hit that 170’s ceiling again!!!
bigdazzler
21/3/2018
13:44
Interview with Marshall Motor's CEO & CFO as well as an interview with Zeus Capital's Mike Allen - http://bit.ly/2FFndFt Q&A with Marshall - http://bit.ly/2tZHFeL Q&A for Zeus Capital - http://bit.ly/2GP2Pzb
astonedt
16/3/2018
08:26
Edmundshaw ........... I agree with your view that goodwill is far from worthless. Just look at the Group's franchise portfolio. It has over half its dealerships representing brands such as Audi BMW JLR and Mercedes and you have got to see the sort of goodwill multiples paid in recent years to appreciate the value of these businesses. Personally I think the results are pretty impressive when you compare them to those of their peers. Think these shares are still well undervalued.
55biker
15/3/2018
12:53
net non-current assets after goodwill is £110m, or £1.37 per share. Subtract the negative current assets and it's around 94p per share. But still a healthy balance sheet. And all that goodwill is far from worthless... we are buying businesses not lumps of gold.
edmundshaw
15/3/2018
10:19
Tangible assets are 90p though NOT 247p which is mostly goodwill.
ed gasket
14/3/2018
08:17
Yes, I am delighted to have made a larger than my usual investment here. A well run company that is going to be a long term winner throughout the ups and downs of the motor retail industry.
this_is_me
14/3/2018
08:02
Not for the first time I agree with you. Already overweight in these or I would add. Top management here imo.
edmundshaw
14/3/2018
07:49
Excellent results all things considered....net assets per share £2.47, divi up 16%.... Not for the first time I say MMH is ridiculously good value....
jaf111
07/3/2018
16:31
Nice bit of movement today. Hope the results next week are encouraging because by all accounts the share price should be at least £2 bearing in mind the net asset value of this company.
55biker
31/1/2018
10:42
Seems ridiculous doesn't it? No change earlier and now down in the 150's again on little selling! Talk about an out of favour industry. Bet even if the Finals in March are impressive the Brokers will ignore it.
55biker
12/1/2018
11:30
Very good news and maybe some more acquisitions lined up during 2018? Still rated a firm buy by Analysts and Motley Fool and with an share price well below true market value also surprised at the lack of progress North.
55biker
11/1/2018
08:56
Very impressive performance reported this morning. I agree the strength of their B/S will give them the opportunity to make acquisitions as the smaller independents begin to struggle.
mortimer7
11/1/2018
08:51
Yes very strong update but perhaps no surprise by lack of market interest. At some point this will change and I would then expect that the likes of MMH will outperform its peers especially with its stronger Balance Sheet post sale of leasing business. Having said that I would not be surprised to see further acquisitions in due course, particularly if the new vehicle market remains weaker, thereby offering up some bargain deals
jaf111
11/1/2018
08:33
Surprised this isn't stronger given today's trading statement. Debt reduction was known but FY17 beat wasn't, given very weak overall new car market and P/E of 6 you would have thought the market was expecting the opposite!
dangersimpson2
11/1/2018
07:45
Great update. Excellent progress. Being ignored by the chattering classes is usually a good sign!
this_is_me
21/11/2017
10:27
http://www.edisoninvestmentresearch.com/research/report/marshall-motor-holdings423447/full/#js
jeff h
21/11/2017
08:04
Looks like a good practical managment decision today. With a site to be disposed and vehicles to be relocated or sold off, likely cash impact looks minimal. I do hope those losing their jobs will land on their feet...
edmundshaw
30/10/2017
11:58
Not sure what the asset backing ps was for PDG but compared to MMH the current share price seems so low maybe it might be looking attractive as a take over opportunity now? Think it would only need some good Brexit news to come out re: motor trade prospects and the share price might go north very quickly.
55biker
24/10/2017
15:40
Pendragon (PDG) results yesterday had an effect on the share price - albeit more muted than it might have been, but then the valuation of PDG was pretty toppy. MMH remains at a very low price and still compares very favourably with PDG. With a good and well covered dividend there is no real issue in outlasting a 6-12 month downturn in the new car market, assuming that reads across from PDG.
edmundshaw
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