Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Mattioli Woods Plc LSE:MTW London Ordinary Share GB00B0MT3Y97 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 670.00 10,254 01:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
650.00 690.00 670.00 670.00 670.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 58.41 13.42 37.80 17.7 188
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:25:42 O 3,100 651.00 GBX

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Mattioli Woods Daily Update: Mattioli Woods Plc is listed in the General Financial sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker MTW. The last closing price for Mattioli Woods was 670p.
Mattioli Woods Plc has a 4 week average price of 670p and a 12 week average price of 670p.
The 1 year high share price is 860p while the 1 year low share price is currently 550p.
There are currently 28,007,027 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 58,999 shares. The market capitalisation of Mattioli Woods Plc is £187,647,080.90.
realbromley: Nice to see a bit of a rise in this today. Very good company whose share price has been in the doldrums lately despite great performance and results.
topvest: Yes hxxp:// Implies it's good news for Mattioli Woods as well & they are a lot cheaper than HL + much smaller, so scope for massive growth. Think this company could be FTSE 250 material at some point. Few year's off, but they have a good record.
topvest: I've bought a few of these today. Looks a pretty well placed business for RDR with £3bn under management and a fairly competent team. Looking for 40p EPS in five years, which would result in a share price a few times higher than it is today.
zimbi: Apologies if been posted before. "Themes for 2011 Jim Slater is struggling to find much value in the UK market at present. 'The UK looks very expensive, with very few bargains around,' he says. By contrast, he believes that China will keep growing but at a slower rate and that the US should have a good year. He still likes Cape and gives a mention to Entertainment One, a film and television distributor that has done well from the likes of Peppa Pig and Twilight. The current rights library spans all media formats and includes more than 20,000 film and television titles, 2,400 hours of television programming and 45,000 music tracks. Despite the stellar share price performance over the past year, Slater feels that the stock has much further to run. Indeed, Peel Hunt expects EPS growth in 2011 of a robust 22 per cent. Other UK shares he likes include Mattioli Woods and 21st Century, and he has a substantial investment in his son Mark's Slater Growth Fund. Slater remains bullish on gold and can see the metal hitting $1,700 an ounce. His optimism is for three reasons. First is the advent of exchange-traded funds (ETF's), which allow the 'man in the street' to invest in gold funds rather than directly via, say, gold coins. Another factor is that the Chinese government has been actively encouraging its population to buy gold, and the final reason is the strength of gold as a store of value when so many world currencies are 'doubtful'."
sandbag: Have I got this right? According to Digital Look there has been only one trade today, a purchase of 2440 shares at a value of £6637, yet the share price has risen by 2.5p. According to DL there are 17.22m shares in issue. 17.22m x 2.5p = £430,500 rise in the value of the company. What am I missing or is it just bad maths? By the way as a holder I'm not complaining! regards, Sandbag
bitterlemontart: Mattioli Woods - SPECULATIVE BUY Companies: MTW 21/02/2006 Specialist pensions consultancy Mattioli Woods joined AIM with an oversubscribed placing in November and looks set fair to expand successfully in a rapidly changing market. Led by chief executive Ian Mattioli and chairman Bob Woods, the company provides consultancy and administration services to high net worth business owner managers and senior executives. As well as offering 'complex' pensions consultancy, the group provides self-invested personal pensions (SIPPs) and small self-administered pensions (SSASs), and recently obtained Government approval for a new SIPP scheme set up alongside Bank of Scotland. This is its fifth SIPP developed with a leading financial institution and strengthens its hand in this growing sub-sector. Woods and Mattioli are confident of creating shareholder value in the SIPP market, which is growing on the back of disenchantment with insurance company schemes and the public's determination to take control of this aspect of their financial planning. 'A-Day', the 6th of April, when the government's incoming pension simplification legislation takes effect, will change pension regulation overnight. As well as boosting growth rates in the SIPP market, A-Day should squeeze ill-equipped smaller practitioners who could become acquisition targets. 'This is the most exciting shake up of the industry that I can recall in over 30 years,' exclaims Woods. Maiden interims to November provided few surprises, with pre-tax profits coming in at a little over £1m (£1.44m last time) due to the costs associated with flotation, a first acquisition and a move to new premises. Turnover was 7% improved at £3.6m – earnings came in at 5.6p a share. In a changing legislative landscape, this group could prove a long-term winner if it gets the business model right. Speculative buy. James Crux Market cap: £35.45m PE Forecast: n/a Share price: 208p
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