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
  -2.80 -1.23% 225.00 225.30 225.60 226.40 222.00 224.70 10,539,415 16:35:26
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 8,605.0 -550.0 -12.0 - 10,931

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11/10/2019
21:53
I’m surprised you didn’t have one of your characteristic ‘wobbles’; when they dipped recently Meanwhile, and sold the lot! Have you become a little bit more resilient recently? Let’s hope so!!
gettingrichslow
11/10/2019
20:19
A 2nd photo in my '2019 Wallet Showcase' series is in early preparation, in anticipation of a substantial advance of MRO shares in the near future.
meanwhile
11/10/2019
20:09
These were my words written here a few days ago:- "This board needs Minerve and myself to keep it alive. Look at the last few days without us. Stone Dead. Nobody, except the two of us, has anything useful, interesting or inspiring to contribute." I'm now sorry to have to say it appears that an unwanted result of these words has been to bring back brexitplus, along with his irrelevant articles from the 'Detroit & District Motor World Magazine', (the sister magazine to 'Colorado Garden & Gun'). I therefore must apologise to all other readers of this board for inflicting this brexitplus burden upon you all, and at this most difficult time for some of you.
meanwhile
11/10/2019
12:23
Welcome back B+
tournesol
11/10/2019
08:27
Boeing and the Aerospace Technology Institute (ATI) announced the launch of a two-year programme intended to support the growth of startups in the UK aerospace industry. The first round of the programme will be three months long and seeks world-class startups creating Industry 4.0 and sustainability enabling technologies with the potential to bolster the growth and competitiveness of the UK aerospace industry. Startups that are selected for funding will receive up to �100,000. �Through this partnership Boeing and ATI are accelerating innovation and the growth of a vibrant global startup ecosystem,� said Brian Schettler, Boeing HorizonX Ventures senior managing director. The application period for the London-based accelerator closes on 15 November. The programme is delivered in partnership with Ignite, a UK-based startup accelerator and investment network. GKN Aerospace is the inaugural corporate sponsor, with other sponsors expected to join. �Innovation is a common thread through the more than 80 years of partnership between Boeing and the UK,� said Sir Martin Donnelly, president of Boeing Europe and managing director for the United Kingdom & Ireland. �This �2 million investment is a new chapter in Boeing�s history, providing financial support and expert mentoring to enhance the UK�s thriving startup community and strengthen aerospace innovation and industry prosperity.� �We are excited to be setting up the first dedicated commercial aerospace accelerator, enhancing the opportunities for innovative startup businesses to be successful in the industry. The potential for new technologies or business models to enhance productivity and tackle sustainability challenges in the sector is growing. Many of these opportunities will be advanced through the fresh thinking and agility of entrepreneurs and high-growth businesses,� said Gary Elliott, ATI chief executive officer. �It is therefore a priority for the ATI to ensure the UK aerospace ecosystem is well placed to support these businesses. This programme breaks new ground, leveraging our networks and neutrality to bring multiple corporate sponsors together and give the startups unparalleled opportunities to develop their ideas, source investments and access customers.� �This programme is an example of the aerospace industry at its best � global businesses working with dynamic startups to accelerate innovation and benefit the whole industry,� said Paul Perera, vice president of technology at GKN Aerospace. �Partnerships like this will drive the breakthroughs of tomorrow.� In January 2020, the first cohort of startups will begin their participation in the accelerator. Leaders from Boeing, ATI and sponsoring partners will mentor the startups on business building and skill development, including connecting them with funding opportunities and commercialising solutions. In April 2020, the startups will celebrate the end of the programme with a demonstration day, where they will pitch their businesses to customers, key industry stakeholders and investors to help the startups achieve commercial and equity outcomes.
brexitplus
11/10/2019
08:25
GKN Automotive has agreed to continuing its partnership with Panasonic Jaguar Racing. The engineering group will provide support to the Formula E team throughout season six, further testing what is possible in electric automotive performance. As part of the expanding technical workstream partnership, GKN Automotive will offer integration and control expertise to help boost Panasonic Jaguar Racing�s performance in future seasons. Through current research projects and further insight gleaned from the Panasonic Jaguar Racing partnership, GKN Automotive will also explore technical development of electric drivetrains for future use in electric motorsport. Liam Butterworth, CEO, GKN Automotive, said: �We are proud to continue our long-standing relationship with Jaguar�s racing exploits. We are looking forward to further strengthening the working relationship with Panasonic Jaguar Racing to share our technical expertise and to benefit the future development of high-performance electric drivetrains.�
brexitplus
10/10/2019
14:44
More difficult following the last results.
essentialinvestor
10/10/2019
14:32
A rising tide lifts all boats, are we going to see 1.60's again.
jackdaw4243
09/10/2019
13:50
Given the recent significant falls in many Industrial stocks, MRO have held up well, to this point at least.
essentialinvestor
08/10/2019
21:22
Private equity takeovers of listed companies hit jobs hardest, study finds Academics considered impact of US buyouts over more than three decades The study, authored by researchers from institutions including Harvard University and the University of Chicago, analysed private equity takeovers of US companies from 1980 to 2013. It found that publicly listed companies acquired by buyout funds saw employment fall by 13 percentage points over two years, relative to a control group. FT
minerve 2
08/10/2019
17:59
This board needs Minerve and myself to keep it alive. Look at the last few days without us. Stone Dead. Nobody, except the two of us, has anything useful, interesting or inspiring to contribute. Still, I suppose it's too much to expect from a young drunkard of a lad, an old bragster, a clapped out old sea-dog and a bunch of self- centred morons. Now I say this in a constructive manner, which is in no way meant to offend.
meanwhile
05/10/2019
13:46
Three words, Meanwhile: Mean, Median and Mode. Who's the idiot that failed to understand them? Oh yes, the log cabin plonker in a cowboy suit, bless.
yertiz
05/10/2019
09:04
Meanwhile, you said you had never even heard of a stop-loss!! Quite how that is possible is beyond me yet that’s what you said! You then started asking questions about which platforms provide them (Answer: all of them!). I’m afraid you’ve revealed yourself to be even slower than we thought (and that was very low already). Best you get back to your bear-proof log cabin and play cowboys again! 🐻 🐻 🐻
gettingrichslow
04/10/2019
23:02
I was able enough on the subject of investing to advise getting on the basics of rights issues, the simple maths involved, and to correct his notion of the stop-loss. On both of these, he had developed the view typical of an idiot.
meanwhile
04/10/2019
19:06
"He certainly hasn’t got anything useful to say about investing." Mmmm, that does remind me of a trio, I can't possibly think who.
minerve 2
04/10/2019
18:51
Absolutely right Yertiz. Meanwhile’s most useful posts this year have been about gravy! He certainly hasn’t got anything useful to say about investing.
gettingrichslow
04/10/2019
16:15
How interesting. I’ve rarely heard such rubbish.
meanwhile
04/10/2019
12:08
1.86.60 was my lowest yesterday. Perhaps should have bought a few more, however I'm hoping this week's volatility will last at least another week.
essentialinvestor
03/10/2019
14:15
May get to my target sooner than expected.....
yertiz
03/10/2019
11:31
So many market pressures this month, could become Black October again with history repeating itself. Several situations leading to a perfect storm ( possible impeachment, trade wars escalating, POO downwards pressure, no deal Brexit) Great time to have a good stash of dry powder.
yertiz
03/10/2019
11:07
Just had a small amount, under £1.70 is the ideal. Think that needs the UKX under 7k, which is possible. Was expecting market volatility, as mentioned and had almost given up hope.
essentialinvestor
03/10/2019
10:59
Heading towards my target price range of 160 - 170p,at which point I'll be refilling my boots.
yertiz
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