Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Melrose Industries Plc LSE:MRO London Ordinary Share GB00BZ1G4322 ORDS 48/7P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  2.60 1.08% 244.30 243.80 244.00 246.60 240.40 242.10 12,322,083 16:35:12
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 8,605.0 -550.0 -12.0 - 11,869

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04/8/2019
08:24
mattboxy, I can't recall seeing a 1-day price graph of the form we saw on Friday, as pilgrim pointed out, a flat line with the odd blip. It causes me to ask what the significance of 180.15p is.
meanwhile
04/8/2019
07:26
"More and more people are now choosing to not pay the license fee, especially the Generation Xs who only stream Netflix." There's nothing wrong with the so-called "split infinitive" in this sentence, especially if the writer wants to stress the fact of "not paying" the licence fee. And it sounds fine on the ear. The only reason we have a "rule" against split infinitives in English is because the people who wrote the grammar books 150 years ago were Latin scholars and in Latin the infinitive consists of one word only, eg amo, = "to love". The scholars didn't like that separation of the two parts, and wanted to keep the "to" as close to the main verb as possible. To be more like their beloved Latin. So they made up the split infinitive "rule". The modern view is that English doesn't need to be hung up on ditzy rules from old buffers with their heads filled up with Latin. So if your sentence sounds good on the ear: split away!
lindowcross
03/8/2019
20:51
It was a strange level to drop compared to most in the ftse 100Not seen anything in the news either
mattboxy
03/8/2019
17:06
Brussels calling, Brussels calling. We are getting really mad now in our EU Commission bunker here in Brussels, with you british brexitists not accepting our terms. You, with your endless cups of tea and your greasy 'fish & chips', some of you even putting gravy or curry sauce on them. When you are under our control, we will cure your weak bellies with cooked frogs and lots of animal intestines, to go with your chips. We will have all your fish for ourselves to make into soup. We are especially disappointed with your Mrs May, the vicar's wife, and her friend Hammond, who had promised us they would persuade you to stay by giving you an awful deal. Regarding Hammond, we are generally suspicious of anyone who talks through one side of their mouth but we gave him the benefit of any doubt. We may have been wrong.
meanwhile
03/8/2019
13:35
Pilgrim, but does your wife constantly claim to be a 'master investor' and tell virtually everyone that they are all morons and don't understand the stock market?
gettingrichslow
03/8/2019
10:04
gettingrich slow...My wife does that, dredging up stuff from years ago:->
pilgrim
03/8/2019
10:02
Mattboxy...Yes, strange that I can find no comment on the drop. And the result is a strange looking daily chart. Big drop followed by more or less flatline.
pilgrim
03/8/2019
08:33
Wicked humour..😁
jackdaw4243
02/8/2019
23:32
Anyone on here remember Minerve? And anyone on here been following the Woodford crisis recently? If so, sit back and enjoy this classic post from 2015... "minerve 16 Nov '15 - 22:10 - 465 I have been in this business over 20 years. I can reassure you Woodford is up there with the best there is, no question. Of course, investing is not a game of perfection, it never will be, it is a game of managing risk with a view to long-term growth and not many will do it better than Woodford. I am a great admirer of him as a professional and as an individual. His views and attitudes pretty much mirror mine and his willingness to be open and transparent is second to none. If I had to hand my money over to someone in trust for the future, he would be the first, even before family members. Woodford is no different now than he was decades ago. Solid 100% professional with untouched integrity."
gettingrichslow
02/8/2019
21:06
Why the 6% fall today
mattboxy
02/8/2019
20:00
And another thing, eipgam, what's wrong with 'Love Island', you miserable git?
meanwhile
02/8/2019
18:23
I'll sort out the split infinitives if you promise to sort out your 'breaths' from your 'breathes'!
gettingrichslow
02/8/2019
16:48
Tournesol 1. I rather like Sophie Ridge, she certainly gave Richard Burgon a rough time with some basic questions. 2. She is nicer to look at than Andrew Neil Election in Wales has not helped my portfolio or is it China and Orange Man. Test match looking good. No wind so so no sailing to day in Cowes Classic Week, wine evaporating in the glass.
jackdaw4243
02/8/2019
16:06
Please. No split infinitives.
sliotar
02/8/2019
15:22
Tournesol, you are absolutely spot on regarding Andrew Neil. The BBC is in terminal decline now I think. More and more people are now choosing to not pay the license fee, especially the Generation Xs who only stream Netflix.
gettingrichslow
02/8/2019
13:27
Hi Losos, Yertiz and Tournesol Hope you are all well. Losos, we were in North Norfolk last week with family for the first time in 34 years. Had forgotten how lovely it is. Stayed in Walsingham - no not on pilgrimage - and spent time at Blakeney, And swimming on Holkham Beach and Burnham Overy Staithe. Great pubs and farm shops. Have decided to visit again next year. Agree about LK - not very good.
brexitplus
02/8/2019
13:25
I agree with Tournesol on Andrew Neil. He was far too good and honest for the bbc under Lord Haw Haw’s regime.
meanwhile
02/8/2019
12:39
Losos The best political TV reporter/analyst by a long distance is Andrew Neil. He is scrupulously objective, has an amazing command of the detailed facts and the history, is wise to the ways that politicians try to dodge the question, has the gravitas to hold his own against anybody and does not allow his ego or his personal views to get in the way. The BBC sacked him last week. They have replaced him with a team of light weights. The sackable offence he committed was that he did not adhere to the BBC policy of being anti-conservative and anti-Brexit. Anyone who watched him could not tell what his views were - he might be pro or anti but he never let that get in his way. He aimed to ask politicians the questions they would have preferred to avoid and treated left and right alike. He even had Diane Abbott as a regular contributor until she joined the shadow cabinet. Not enough for the beeb. What a wrong headed decision. The BBC continues to lose my respect.
tournesol
02/8/2019
12:25
eipgam, You seem to be as snide and as twisted as the typical BBC presenter Losos describes. Anyway, why are you posting? I thought I'd told you to clear off a couple of weeks ago.
meanwhile
02/8/2019
12:09
I think she can spell though.... Why don't you watch C4 then? Or ITV? They're planning two series of Love Island per year now.
eipgam
01/8/2019
11:44
Message picked up this morning on the airwaves. "Brussels calling. Brussels calling. You british brexitists are running out of time to surrender. Even your impartial national broadcaster, the BBC, under Lord Haw Haw, and with unbiased presenters like Emily Maitlis and Mishal Husain, are reporting that you are all crazy and washed-up. We hope that you are reconsidering your position from your 'special place in Hell', allocated to you by our good-looking Mr Tusk. We will be coming soon for your money, 39B Euros, and for your fish. We will not be buying your lamb here in France any longer and we can assure you that you will not find another market for it. There is no truth in the talk of Japan and India agreeing deals to purchase british lamb and beef."
meanwhile
29/7/2019
12:01
Message picked up today on the airwaves. "Brussels calling. Brussels calling. Here in the EU, we are in desperate need of your UK's 39 Billion Euros (or preferably pounds). I know you have said you may withhold this until we come to our senses but you will regret it if you do. Here in France & Belgium we need this money because we are still paying Germany the agreed fee for not bombing our Paris patisseries and breadshops in WW2 and for sparing the chocolate factories in Belgium from the massive damage handed out to London and other UK cities."
meanwhile
28/7/2019
15:57
Getting I’m becoming more and more impressed with Boris. My advice to him would be to say to the alcoholic Juncker “ either the Irish backstop goes or we go without a deal. You know my phone number. When you have made a decision give me a call” and leave it at that. As it is, Boris can just sit back and wait until 1st November. No-confidence vote, ignore it. Put forward policies that the public agrees on and if the opposition vote them down they will pay in the polls. I also see that Maccron is threatening a trade shutdown unless we pay the EU the 39 billion. How does that work? They sell a lot more to us than we do to them. Nose spite face comes to mind.
brexitplus
28/7/2019
10:13
BBC calling. BBC calling. Lord Haw Haw, Director General, and his other crony quislings at the British Brainwashing Commissariat, commonly known as the BBC, has now taken the steps of recruiting religion to attempt to degrade the reputation of the new Prime Minister. The Sunday morning Today programme, on Radio 4, described as 'a look at the religious & ethical issues of the week' presented by William Crawley, examined, with the help of 2 qualified but specially selected, washed-up theologians, whether Boris Johnson was 'theologically literate' and made the comparison with Trump on their use of religious references and analogies. The proceedings were, as expected, completely one-sided. My references to Lord Haw Haw and 'quisling' draw from the clear parallel of these WW2 terms with a modern day definition of traitor as 'one who collaborates with an enemy force against the will of the people.' The theft of £135 from the over 75s, to further fund his propaganda, just adds to the treachery.
meanwhile
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