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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Mccoll's Retail LSE:MCLS London Ordinary Share GB00BJ3VW957 ORD GBP0.001
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.80p +1.43% 56.80p 157,573 13:57:23
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
56.00p 56.80p 56.80p 53.60p 53.60p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food & Drug Retailers 1,131.78 18.41 12.32 4.6 65.4

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Mccolls Daily Update: Mccoll's Retail is listed in the Food & Drug Retailers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker MCLS. The last closing price for Mccolls was 56p.
Mccoll's Retail has a 4 week average price of 50p and a 12 week average price of 50p.
The 1 year high share price is 280p while the 1 year low share price is currently 50p.
There are currently 115,173,315 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 817,915 shares. The market capitalisation of Mccoll's Retail is £65,418,442.92.
loganair: On a current 13% dividend yield, with a 25% cut in the dividend will still leave McColl's yielding nearly 10% for anyone whose bought at the current share price.
aleman: The market keeps selling off small caps. If the chart is of any value it looks like it's going to drop another 5-6% in the short term. Although the MCLS price looks bonkers, I don't see it climbing while everthing else is selling off. Small investors are selling on sentiment rather than fundamentals now. free stock charts from
loganair: As I thought the share price drop was over done, I invested in a few more. Looking in today, the share price is looking very ugly, very ugly indeed therefore I think it better to not look for a little while. In the medium and long term I am confident that my increased investment in McColl's will pay off handsomely.
wunderbar: Maybe foolishly I've topped up again at 84p. The fall of 30% does seem overdone when you consider profit warning is attributable to circumstances beyond company's control with the collapse of Palmer & Harvey in November 2017. What the market obviously doesn't like is fact McColls used same excuse at Interims and to be honest after reading the Q3 update in Sept I was under the impression distribution issues had been resolved [obviously not]. If you believe management when they say Morrisons distribution is now bedded in then this fall should merely be seen as a blip and this time next year share price should've recovered back to c.120p. However any further announcements about continued supply chain issues will seriously damage management credibility and no doubt the share price too. Like others I expect and welcome a cut in dividend on the basis they use the proceeds to cut debt. Right now you have to look at the stats - market cap £96m, estimated FY profit £35m, debt c.£100m. On this basis MCLS does appear cheap though some might say for good reason.
loganair: I think the massive drop in the share price is over done due to fear. As we know price falls or rises often over react and go too far then have to pull back once reason starts to reinsert itself.
danny baker: The 25% drop in the shareprice on the back of a trading statement that doesn't tell us anything we didn't already know is astonishing. I can't believe people were expecting a significant improvement in trading therefore it can only be the gloomy wording of the statement and doubts about the final dividend which have caused the sharp mark down in the share price.
wunderbar: Surprised no comments re today's share price fall of 9% - down 12p @ 124p, dropped like a stone in late afternoon trading on very light volume. Given fact there's been no news to accompany this fall looks highly suspicious to me. A sudden decline of this magnitude normally follows a profit warning - maybe news is about to break or perhaps it's just a freak anomaly which will correct itself tomorrow. Whichever way you look at it it seems very odd. I must admit following September's rather bland Q3 update I expected share price to trundle along between 150-160p, instead it's dropped 20% in the space of a month despite the positive spin coming from McColls re revamped food range, improved store layout and new distribution channel. Needless to say the market remains decidedly unimpressed. Here's hoping sentiment improves before xmas.
wunderbar: I've decided to join the party by making some purchases over past week ranging from 134 to 150p. Must confess MCLS only caught my eye when I saw it appear on biggest losers list a few times, peaked my interest and reeled me in. Having done some very loose number crunching I believe the shares are oversold @ 132p. The Palmer & Harvey collapse was a one off so won't impact future profits (funny enough another of my holdings IMB Imperial Brands took a £100m hit on P&H - and they've subsequently recovered quite nicely). Anyway, back to some very basic numbers. First thing to mention is market cap now only £152m - MCLS payed £117m for 298 former Co-op stores (completed July 2017), given they now have 1300 stores are we lead to believe the market is valuing the rest of the estate c1000 stores at just £35m! I dare say MCLS paid too much for the co-op stores (as seems to be the case with most corporate acquisitions), by how much though? Then there's the business itself, the market doesn't seem to think much of it judging by the hammering over past few weeks. MCLS really shouldn't struggle making £20m per annum, p/e now under 8 - given the potential looks too cheap. As for the divi (c8%) this is significantly increasing on a daily basis as share price continues to slide - something's gotta give. As I say, I think this is oversold, it's been given a damn good kicking of late and I'd expect a reversal of fortune pretty soon. Anyone care to comment?
loganair: Retail analyst Nick Bubb said: “The share price is over 20% down this year and it [fell] further after the belated admission from management that the supply disruption to its stores has gone on for longer than could reasonably have been expected.”
loganair: I am surprised to see a nearly 10% fall in the share price considering today Liberum Capital came out with a 'Buy' rating on McColl's with a 300p price target.
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