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
  -0.30 -0.13% 226.70 226.60 226.70 229.50 226.20 227.00 2,314,021 15:18:55
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 8,605.0 -550.0 -12.0 - 11,014

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15/8/2019
09:09
Please. Learn the rules for apostrophes.
sliotar
14/8/2019
22:29
Two posts from Ryelodge in one day!! Well done Ryelodge! Ryelodge has posted 81 times in the last 18 years, so his performance today represents over six months worth. Quite an effort today I think we would all agree. Well done again Ryelodge, really great work.
gettingrichslow
14/8/2019
20:01
RR? BUR? Don't understand the comment.
minerve 2
14/8/2019
19:47
Not for me , Red ,dark Red and Red. could have been worse, not in BUR or RR.
jackdaw4243
14/8/2019
15:58
Great day on the market folks. MRO steaming ahead. Still in love with Humpty Trumpty? ROFLMAO!
minerve 2
14/8/2019
14:29
Same meat different gravy!! ( 25 million shares traded.}
ryelodge
14/8/2019
12:00
ryelodge, You say "MRO has two hotshot house brokers -- they need to do their job." I must say it looks as though they're not doing their job but we must remember that Melrose are 'smartened up asset strippers' and it remains an activity not to be bragged about, or even openly spoken about. The value of MRO has no reliance on day to day trading of GKN, Nortek or the other bits but it depends entirely on what price MRO can get for the bits when it sells them off, although, of course, there is some relationship between the two. I see no reason to buy MRO for GKN's or Nortek's rather boring future prospects. There's little reason to buy MRO except for a likely good profit from eventual disposals, whenever these may come, but nobody wants to wait for that these days.
meanwhile
14/8/2019
10:38
ryelodge, such apparently irrational movements in MRO have always been a mystery to me, from way back, long before GKN was acquired. These long silences from the Company do not help. Today's fall just reverses the recovery made yesterday on Trump's announcement. Now to gravy. My advice is to not use giblets as a source of meat essence in preparing a gravy and to not add French wine as some EU lovers do. If you do want to add some liquor to the gravy, try a bit of Mackeson or other stout.
meanwhile
14/8/2019
09:11
MRO tops FTSE fallers (again} on low volume.Last week price stable on 50+million share trade day. What are the traders up to? MRO has two hotshot house brokers -- they need to do their job.
ryelodge
13/8/2019
08:10
Meanwhile, I’m not sure your gravy-related posts are going down too well on the Burford board? Maybe you could try your ‘hvs’ character out on the Burford board??
gettingrichslow
12/8/2019
14:25
There is no dispute around the existence of global warming. I understand the causes are being proposed, discussed and disputed.
meanwhile
12/8/2019
14:08
And to day we are saying "Global Warming" does not exist.
jackdaw4243
11/8/2019
10:30
That Socrates theory is a bit out of date now. When that was said, they thought the world was flat.
meanwhile
10/8/2019
17:11
”I am wiser than this man, for neither of us appears to know anything great and good; but he fancies he knows something, although he knows nothing; whereas I, as I do not know anything, so I do not fancy I do. In this trifling particular, then, I appear to be wiser than he, because I do not fancy I know what I do not know. —attributed to Socrates, from Plato, Apology: Before Dunning Kruger was diagnosed .
jackdaw4243
09/8/2019
13:24
These long-running disputes involving a number of regular posters, around their investment successes, levels of honesty, demanding of respect etc. are driving me into a depression, a particular weakness to which I am prone and have to bear. The truth of the matter is that none of you posters come close to me with regard to level of intellect, investment skills, levels of success therein, honesty, decency, integrity and a number of other commomly admired qualities. I am also extremely good looking, by the way. Now just accept this conclusion and let this be an end to these disputes. Just all get along.
meanwhile
09/8/2019
12:48
Oh please. No split infinitives.
sliotar
09/8/2019
09:55
Yes, back to the good old times, Porky demanding respect.😂28514;😂€514;
brexitplus
09/8/2019
09:27
Minny has just been labelled "the biggest prat on ADVFN" - and not by me!!! And he is DEMANDING respect from people again, dear oh dear...
gettingrichslow
09/8/2019
08:15
"I have been in this business over 20 years." Hahaha. In Settlements maybe.
the knight of no
09/8/2019
07:56
No because when I said less than 2% I was only a few months into the position. I do have stocks that remain at about 2% which are long holdings. A bullish share would occupy more. Brexit was SO BULLISH about Bur yet could only find himself enough courage to buy less than 1% in about 18 months. That doesn't sound like a bull to me. It smacks of someone who has no courage or faith in their own choices. Anyway, enough conversation with you today. I have wasted enough time on you already.
minerve 2
09/8/2019
07:53
Yes, it's safe to say his love affair with Woodford is over! Very funny! 😂😂😂😂 8514;😂ԅ14;😂😂;😂😂😂
gettingrichslow
09/8/2019
06:50
Getting Thanks for the defence but not needed. Porky is tying himself in knots with great ease. My approach is to use mainly funds and investment trusts, such as Fundsmith, Lindsell Train, TR Property and RIT Capital Partners, topped with shares in smaller companies. What I don’t do is jump wholesale into a share. I tend to take a small position, get to know the company, then add on weakness. Burford is a case in point. Quite honestly I don’t need to be in the market at all, but enjoy having a bit of fun. Likewise I enjoy watching Porky’s, the master investor whose portfolio tends to follow Woodford’s, great investments. Think Kier, AA, PFG, etc.
brexitplus
08/8/2019
23:27
Yet each time you buy a complete dog you declare it was only 2% of your portfolio!! Kier being a recent example. Are you contradicting yourself again?
gettingrichslow
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