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MCLS Mccoll's Retail Group Plc

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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Mccoll's Retail Group Plc LSE:MCLS London Ordinary Share GB00BJ3VW957 ORD GBP0.001
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 1.75 0.00 00:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 1.75 GBX

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07/2/202318:56McColls - Covid & beyond: Convenience Stores 736
31/7/202211:04McColl’s Retail Group Plc6,450

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Posted at 25/11/2022 10:35 by steveberyl
Tern holders, to a man, are completely ignorant or plain NAIVE, to say Sisto does not increase SHAREHOLDER VALUE.


SISTO increases shareholder value in every Investee, the only share that SISTO neglects is, TERN.

But there can be no denying, SISTO DELIVERS and gets plaudits from the Investee shareholders, as do ALL TERN BOARD OF DIRECTORS. ALL DO A GREAT JOB FOR INVESTEES.

Posted at 19/5/2022 09:15 by diku
Morale of the story is what do wider shareholders own?...the company or a moving mechanism called the share price?...a piece of paper with numbers and letters written on it...some black & white some colourfull...
Posted at 10/5/2022 14:22 by rookieswingtrader2020
Morrison's being a creditor of MCLS's simply meant that Morrison's had an interest in someone (anyone) buying MCLS's assets (so that MCLS could raise cash with which creditors, including Morrison's, could be paid off to the extent possible).Morrison's could have let EG be the assets-buyer if they wanted. There was no need for Morrison's to insist on using their own cash to be the assets-buyer. They clearly did so for reasons unconnected with the mere fact that they happen to be an MCLS creditor.In fact, I think I may have even read that as part of their offer, Morrison's was willing to waive some or all of the debt that MCLS owed Morrison's.
Posted at 10/5/2022 14:12 by rookieswingtrader2020
Surely the reason that MCLS is still listed is because the shareholders still own it. CD&R bought Morrison's from Morrison's shareholders. That removed Morrison's listing. But Morrison's didn't buy MCLS; they merely bought MCLS' assets. So there has been no change in MCLS ownership. Surely that is why the listing remains (until liquidation occurs).
Posted at 10/5/2022 08:32 by diku
And what do the BOD get?...a sweetener...or a bag of chocolates...wider shareholders hung up high and dry?...what exactly do wider shareholders own?...the company or the moving mechanism called the share price only?... and they are only there for the begging bowl aka Placing/RI?...
Posted at 08/5/2022 10:21 by loganair
Since IPO in 2014, McColl's have paid circa £40mln in dividends, if they had never paid a dividend McColl's would have had sufficient funds to have carried them through until all the Morrison Daily conversions were fully up and running.

The Chairman of McColl's sold his circa 10% holding right at the very very top for 295p, this really told us, the retail share holder it is time to also sell out. Sadly many retail share holders listen to the latest broker share price target and at the time they were giving a price target of 320p which kept most of the retail investors on board.
Posted at 08/5/2022 06:22 by buywell3
buywell3 10 Aug '20 - 22:17 - 2284 of 5931 Edit

============== buywell tells a Doggy Tale ===============

What we have here is IMO a reversed 'tail wagging doggy story'

As you ladies are all aware the Dog is not MCLS

If as many have eluded to , you want the Dog to buy you , then as logan has posted and buywell agrees , due to the present state of the market and continuation of Covid-19 in 2021 and beyond affecting previous buying pattern/s plus lease issues and from the results a Net Debt that closed the period at GBP284.3m.

McColl's is not a very tasty morsel

However one might imagine that the closure of certain selected stores would perhaps increase sales in those areas to certain competitors.

If a takeover should happen --- the chart suggests that say in 2021 the share price will continue to fall ie is in a strong down trend -- let the trend be your friend / don't try to catch a falling knife --- olde but decent rules to heed IMO .

Any acquirer might after seeing the way stores had been sold off / leases closed etc , when say perhaps the share price was 17p or less ---- consider some of their shares plus a bit of cash to acquire the bit left if it was their bone of choice. (ie Dog Bone).

free stock charts from

Dog had a total reported Debt itself of 2.72 Billion pounds for 2020

2021 Debt becomes a BIG problem for everyone IMO bigger than ever was before , even countries like America are going to buckle under the strain of it with 200% Debt to GDP ratio --- so any deal won't have much meat to add to that bone IMO.

Some of McColl's BOD might get lucky and still keep their jobs however

imo dyor
Posted at 28/4/2022 13:54 by shanejay74
Albert aurther you clearly work for McColl's and are artifically trying to increase share price.

McColl's are using there employees to inflate there share price.

Come on Albert aurther prove me wrong that you don't work for McColl's I know you work for them.
Posted at 28/4/2022 11:52 by albert arthur
No, they said:"The funding will attribute in little or no value, being added to the shares"This is not dilution, this is funding, why would it add value to a share price for short term funding, and when they said that, the price was 4p, not 1.2p. Basically in the short term, the funding won't add value, in the near term, the outcome will as per the plan suggested and MD stores growing revenue... They did not say, the shares will be worthless... they said, that the funding won't attribute to an inflated value of the stock...
Posted at 25/4/2022 18:57 by a_2_b
Probably RNS made little sense and was poorly worded & constructed. The news lately has been aiming at destroying the share price sky news, speeding ticket and now today's news. This is why I'm thinking along the lines of a takeover, in all RNSs I've read I don't recall seeing direct references to the share price it's pretty unprofessional. I also think there are more options available to it still, otherwise it would of been accepted by now. I don't think Morrisons will want to risk it going to the wire as they'll lose their route to the convenience market.
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