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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Mcbride Plc LSE:MCB London Ordinary Share GB0005746358 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +2.50p +3.24% 79.70p 77.90p 79.50p 79.70p 79.70p 79.70p 5,362 09:13:52
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 689.8 26.5 1.9 41.9 146.00

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
24/6/2019
08:20
Seems like my comments earlier on were bang on. Gone much lower than in february, but not 50 p yet. Could be worth a punt at these levels.
escapetohome
03/6/2019
09:38
Expect some fireworks here. teleios are deeply underwater with their 28% holding and I expect they will be looking for a way out hence their direct involvement in the company
marksp2011
18/5/2019
10:45
This is worth noting about the impact of Brexit. It looks like the group has separate operations for UK customers and EU customers with limited cross border trade. Brexit McBride remains concerned by the continuing lack of progress towards clarity on the various implications for our business activities which may arise from the UK's withdrawal from the EU (Brexit). For McBride, the key immediate challenges in the short-term from a potential No Deal Brexit on 29 March 2019 have been identified as follows; • Cross-border trading - potential additional costs on imported raw materials and finished goods from customs tariffs and the additional associated administration; • Cross-border trading - delays at ports from border control processes and cross border transport availability; • Regulatory - concerns regarding uncertain and varying regulatory requirements between the UK and EU • Employment/citizens' rights -impact on employee rights and practical implications of travel going forward • Financial - impact of adverse movements in FX, interest rates, inflationary costs The UK represents circa 30% of Group revenues and for most product ranges McBride produces in the UK for UK customers and there is a very minimal level of exports from the UK factories for our EU customers. There are certain specific product ranges imported to the UK from the EU that would be impacted with cross-border movement and the Group is making limited contingency arrangements. We are active in monitoring the implications for possible regulation changes, especially around chemicals and finished product classifications but aside from various registrations, there is little to implement at this stage. We continue to communicate and engage with our UK based EU colleagues to advise and support any concerns and queries they have about their UK status in the future. The Group has continued its financial hedging policy consistently through the past 12 months and has taken no specific additional actions for hedging FX or interest rate risk in a no deal scenario. The cross-functional Brexit Task Force has transitioned from actively monitoring developments to the implementation of contingency planning to mitigate the potential impact of the above risks where there is minimal incremental cost to the business.
creditcrunchies
16/5/2019
08:05
These are out of favour because of the Brexit effect their manufacturing / sales are spread across Europe, their manufacturing in Europe and UK with sizeable operations in France, Italy, Spain, Belgium, Poland. They're pretty solid otherwise.
creditcrunchies
15/5/2019
23:25
I was kicking myself for not buying a few back in Feb, we had a 20% upside move, for those lucky enough to time it. Right back down to the Feb lows now. CEO leaving and a weaker trading update, I suppose if someone does want to bid, around now might be a good time - unless trading deteriorates further.
essentialinvestor
15/5/2019
19:22
Any long term holders here and what your thoughts are on the future? Is Mcbride just on a temporary hiccup or is their material financial trouble ahead? Cheers NR
nick rubens
03/5/2019
10:28
I don't think losing de Voss is an issue. I will write to the NED again. I would have fired him after the trading update the day before the results. No excuse for that
marksp2011
03/5/2019
10:24
If you fail to supply the product sales do tend to fall?
marksp2011
03/5/2019
08:43
Looks like earnings are going to be lower than prior warning, but CEO leaving as earnings dwindle away is additional concern.
nick rubens
02/5/2019
09:00
Does anyone know what the B share are/will be worth???
red army
15/4/2019
12:55
Someone was desperate to buy some McB shares - 2p over the bid
marksp2011
08/4/2019
14:27
Oooooo It moved and there was me thinkig it was dead
marksp2011
02/3/2019
14:45
Looks like IC didn't speak to the company before publishing the sell note. The issues are transient... well, what I mean is they can be fixed especially paying penalties because they haven't resupplied customers. I doubt Brexit will be too much of an issue as the vast majority of European products are produced in Europe and the same with uK.
marksp2011
01/3/2019
16:26
Nearly there
knowing
01/3/2019
15:50
Struggling a bit to break a £
knowing
26/2/2019
23:52
Thanks mark. It would be interesting to know how much of their raw material they import as the current rally in the £ will benefit them going forward.
knowing
26/2/2019
22:43
Knowing I had contact with the Senior NED. It reads to me that a proportion of the cost increases are due to penalties they have been forced to pay following foul ups in the supply chain. An example of this - our biggest high street catalogue retailer charges suppliers for lost sales (not profit, sales) if they don't deliver to an agreed schedule Assuming they can fix the supply chain - that cost element should go away - a bit more positive.
marksp2011
26/2/2019
21:46
Thats correct marks, i hardly take a so called “”rational”” valuation into account ever. It works. The experts who “”value”” and produce the “”reasearch”” are usually 80 percent wrong. Thats how they make money out of “” investors”R21;. Was boo hoo.com ever a rational value? And millions of shares , there is no rational value attached. Just supply and demand of the shares factors
escapetohome
25/2/2019
15:09
Well at this valuation I am happy to hold and accumulate. Still say that the drop was over engineered.
knowing
25/2/2019
01:04
Escape Nope, i don't follow. You buy without regard to the valuation? You are a momentum investor? You don't like people who have been to Public School? I am struggling to identify an investment strategy here. If you wait in your price.... give me a clue on how you have decided what that might be? Why chose 50p? or 30p ? or any other number but without considering the valuation. I am intrigued
marksp2011
22/2/2019
23:22
Supply and demand of shares is my angle. I dont take into account so much reduction in earnings should equal such and such a reduction in share price . I dont belive in that. That is for public schoolboys, and believers of stories. If there is no demand the market makers will take it to where supply matches demand. Yes even 50p, if theres another warning. Profit warnings come in 3s. I hope youcan see my view, and how i make money. I do not rush in . I wait for my price. I hope you grow a pair. Good luck with your “”investment “” strategy.
escapetohome
22/2/2019
23:08
It depends what your strategy is. It was just an opinion on the price. If your upset or bored by that, thats not my problem. The filter button is there. Why did you read my post? Because I make money?
escapetohome
22/2/2019
16:27
Maybe a chance to get some more a tad lower now
knowing
22/2/2019
14:14
EI early days especially if Hambro and others continue buying.
knowing
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