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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
  4.85 3.74% 134.45 133.90 134.05 136.00 126.95 128.10 10,721,280 16:35:23
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 10,967.0 106.0 -1.2 - 6,532

Melrose Industries Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
30/4/2020
11:35
As Eric morecambe would say The numbers are right - 102 - they just might not be in the right order
erric
30/4/2020
10:22
Two chances : fat and no.
yertiz
30/4/2020
00:01
That would be nice but who knows!
paulof2
29/4/2020
20:43
Forecast for tomorrow 120p?
sh1984
29/4/2020
17:17
Some say treat this up surge with caution , how many are cautious men.
jackdaw4243
29/4/2020
14:39
Gilead report positive results with corona vaccine! all markets up right now
sh1984
28/4/2020
16:47
Goldman sachs have downgraded its note on Melrose in broker update.
sh1984
24/4/2020
14:57
Sounds like legal nightmare, I may look at BUR again.
jackdaw4243
24/4/2020
13:32
No, Paulof2, There are no escape clauses for Peckham. All events, natural, unforeseen, paranormal, depraved and however unexpected, are considered to be under the control of the Melrose Board.
meanwhile
24/4/2020
12:41
Wow hah imagine. Where have you seen that? Surely though there would be some acceptance of the current situation being out of their control
paulof2
24/4/2020
12:22
I wonder if there's any truth in the rumour, currently circulating the UK markets, of the existence of a hidden 'negative payment' clause in the current Directors' bonus agreement. Apparently this would mean that, if the share price remains at current levels, Simon Peckham would be required to pay the Company £486 Million (from his private accounts) on maturity of the agreement. Christopher Miller's payment would be a lower figure of £349M. I must stress that this is only a rumour and of uncertain credibility, expressed as a percentage of 100.
meanwhile
24/4/2020
10:39
I think there is a lot of money waiting for the bottom and it could be months apart for financials, retail, oil and industrial s, my feeling is industrial's first to move. SIG looks cheap ??
jackdaw4243
24/4/2020
09:41
Storming towards that 120p target this week, eh?
yertiz
22/4/2020
21:58
You might be able to get a pub lunch, but not necessarily in a pub.
eldermon
22/4/2020
20:46
That’s a good point Meanwhile, what’s happened to B+?? B+, are you out there??!
gettingrichslow
22/4/2020
18:01
Not many places these days you can get a pub lunch.... Lundy Island maybe, Marisco Arms.
jackdaw4243
22/4/2020
18:01
Not many places these days you can get a pub lunch.... Lundy Island maybe, Marisco Arms.
jackdaw4243
22/4/2020
14:16
Yes, Yertiz, thank you. Just a bit of a flare up of the old arthritic hands due to the weather, I expect. Do you miss old brexitplus's lifestyle bulletins, as I certainly do? "Just done a 12 mile stroll this morning, followed by a huge pub lunch. 'Chicken on Horseback' for dinner tonight.
meanwhile
22/4/2020
13:44
Keeping well, Meanwhile?
yertiz
22/4/2020
12:38
Professor Carl Heneghan, Director of the centre for evidence-based medicine at Oxford University, believes the Coronavirus outbreak peeked back in March and that the true fatality rate in the U.K. is likely to be in the range of 0.1-0.3%, rather than the 5-10% of those afflicted, suggested by the bulk of UK scientific opinion. This means the true number of UK citizens who have so far contracted the virus is more like 10 Million (rather than a few hundred thousand), according with 15-20,000 resulting deaths. Heneghan's suggested low death rate goes some way to explaining why the deaths in the NHS staff (around 480,000 clinical staff) is a low figure of 100-150, to date, despite the sporadic testing of NHS staff generally showing high levels of positive results. Heneghan believes most involved NHS staff have now been exposed, along with a large proportion of the country's people, but with a low fatality rate of 0.1-0.3%. If this scenario is correct, then this epidemic/pandemic is no more serious than a very contagious influenza, claiming the lives of the weak and more susceptible, at a rate of 1 or 2 in a thousand. And, if this emerges and becomes accepted as a truer representation of the virus and its long term effects, the stock market will respond in a fashion never before seen.
meanwhile
22/4/2020
09:17
It's in the press release on the GKN aerospace websiteHtTps://www.gknaerospace.com/en/newsroom/news-releases/2020/ventilatorchallengeuk-consortium/
eldermon
22/4/2020
09:12
Not sure if that’s true but even if it was, do you seriously think that’s going to make them the sort of levels of profits they need to offset losses in their core businesses? You seem to be in a dreamworld just like Meanwhile said the other day!
gettingrichslow
22/4/2020
08:46
New one on me.., were did you get the information
jackdaw4243
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