Medcaw Investments Plc

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Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Medcaw Investments Plc MCI London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 4.75 01:00:00
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
4.75 4.75 4.75 4.75 4.75
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Medcaw Investments MCI Dividends History

No dividends issued between 09 Jun 2013 and 09 Jun 2023

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Posted at 13/8/2010 08:08 by andrbea
mci was ca 7.5p in June
With news of new cash injector (Aug 9) looks like it's trying to edge back up;
up 12% today

no volume though and an ugly spread.

Posted at 25/9/2007 15:47 by lbo

McInerney shares dive on house drop
Tuesday, 25 September 2007 14:22
Shares in building company McInerney Holdings have plunged by almost 20% in Dublin after the company said it completed more than 100 fewer Irish homes in the first half of this year compared with the first six months of 2006.

The group finished 257 Irish homes from January to June, down from 362 in the same period last year.

McInerney predicts unit completions will fall short of 2006 levels and will even be below targets set for this year.

However, its private housing profits in Ireland were €12.2m, up from €10.7m in the first half of 2006. Overall, the group has reported first half pre-tax profits of €9.2m, which shows a year-on-year decrease of €2m.

The group's UK business is now its largest component, and it expects this growth pattern to continue. It completed 446 homes to June, up from 268 for the same six months in 2006.

An interim dividend of three cent is to be paid. In Dublin this afternoon, McInerney shares were 34 cent lower at €1.48.

Posted at 02/7/2007 16:09 by ben gunn
MCI could bounce back up with support at 147p.

Posted at 19/4/2006 07:35 by cockneyrebel
goes ex divi today - some large buys going through pre-open too.


Posted at 18/8/2005 20:45 by scrapman
Can anyone add any up to date comments on this , a freind of mine has been contacted by MCI ,and is looking at it, I can only find older comments and would welcome any current input

Posted at 18/8/2005 20:34 by scrapman
Can anyone add any up to date comments on this , a freind of mine has been contacted by MCI ,and is looking at it, I can only find older comments and would welcome any current input

Posted at 15/2/2005 10:58 by toriel
What assumptions have you made about the debts? It looks as though you are assuming that they remain constant at 92m. This assumption would inflate your future values if the debts were ignored for a couple of years (or if the cost of borrowing rose from 6%), but would suggest that your valuation is too low if the debts were paid down, or if the assumption of further debt allowed an increase in cash flow.

My own feeling is that the company might chose to pay down debt until attractive opportunities for growth appear, and in view of the healthy cash flow the net debt in three years time could be a lot lower than the figure you've used. If, on the other hand, the company remains at its present level of gearing, or gears up to fund expansion in the UK (or Spain), the growth rate should rise, although the risk would too. However, MCI is a stable and conservatively run company, so any increase in risk is likely to be small.

Posted at 14/1/2005 10:05 by toriel
No action on this board for a year, so I thought I'd drop in a comment (which, presumably, no one will be around to read....).

puku wonders why MCI is neglected. It is underrated, but there is the problem that it is also largely unknown in the UK (not quite the same thing as being neglected!)

Being based in Ireland is probably the biggest "problem". However, it is also a potential advantage, since it spreads risk across a second market, in contrast to, say, Ben Bailey, another modestly-sized house builder based in the north of England, which has a much smaller geographical spread.

Of course MCI's offshoot in Spain could work either way. That's an area of tremendous growth, but could be a drag if the Spanish market turns down.

I have what is (for me) a pretty large stake in MCI and am very happy to stay on board for the present. I am looking for quite a bit of growth still in the share price, even though it has been rising for a while, and there's always the possibility of a bid, just as with Bailey.

Posted at 18/11/2004 07:39 by the speculator
MCI Star Trader- trading software.....has anyone used it?

Anyone used it, good or bad ?

thanks in advace

Posted at 13/10/2004 15:56 by kingjung
There was some discussion some time ago about the Star Trader software being promoted by MCI Technologies. They provide nightly internet updating with a small number of stocks for relatively short-term trading - up to 3/4 weeks.
Has anyone actually paid their fee and used the system for a long enough period to have an opinion as to whether it is worthwhile or not?

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