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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Menzies(john) Plc LSE:MNZS London Ordinary Share GB0005790059 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -3.20 -2.67% 116.80 116.60 117.60 122.00 116.80 122.00 18,052 10:06:49
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 1,325.6 17.3 12.8 9.1 98

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14/10/2020
06:30
https://www.investegate.co.uk/menzies-john--plc--mnzs-/prn/pdmr-share-purchase/20201014070000P2144/
buffettjnr
29/9/2020
08:34
Nice results, strong cash generation and nice to see new business. Definitely one to hold until a vaccine.
paulof2
21/9/2020
14:28
hahaha true!
buffettjnr
21/9/2020
14:07
and the plane is starting to land - hard lol
kaos3
15/9/2020
14:10
the plane is leaving the airport, bedwetters
buffettjnr
14/9/2020
20:45
Who is the seller? Sterling? There is a big buyer I can assure you
buffettjnr
14/9/2020
20:25
Looks like a big seller now..
dkit666
10/9/2020
17:54
Why would workers be kept employed if we have no flights? On a different note, it seems ridiculous that the aviation and related sectors are not getting more state aid. A solution could be to get the sectors that benefitted to subsidise the sectors that struggled.
buffettjnr
10/9/2020
17:54
I am out but waiting - there is lots of time to buy back in imho It is my risk management - beter to be out than in at the moment when governments will stop helping. regarding value - I had MNZS as a TO candidate. as well as AA. now there we can see the dinamics of value and possibility to enter much later and by doing so avoiding the down risks all imho
kaos3
10/9/2020
17:32
IF the furlough schene ends in its entirety, would doubt that fwiw.
essentialinvestor
10/9/2020
17:30
Thanks. But surely they will simply make many poor souls redundant 45 days before the furlough ends, saving the cost of salaries? I’m a bit slow on this
buffettjnr
10/9/2020
17:04
I am not sure what you mean with the question. If on full furlough then no the staff won't be working, but there is also flexi (part time furlough available too)… When furlough support ends in a few weeks time the real pain will start. The pain will be across many industry's, but especially aviation, hospitality, retail and entertainment etc. All these sectors are being propped up by the government currently...but that life support is about to be turned off.. Menzies along with other aviation companies are pressuring the government for more bailouts and stating that further largescale job losses/redundancies are to come. hxpps://www.heraldscotland.com/business_hq/18665679.menzies-leads-plea-cash-save-jobs-aviation-sector/
haywards26
10/9/2020
15:44
Are the staff they have furloughed working currently?
buffettjnr
10/9/2020
15:35
Pax travel is going to be severely restricted for a long long time. Government support programmes ending. At the same time further national restrictions and travel restrictions will kick in, with Covid case numbers on the rise and autumn/winter months ahead. Much greater pain still to come without government furlough grants for Menzies and other related aviation companies...Second half will be considerably worse than the first half..common sense says so
haywards26
10/9/2020
09:03
An excellent trading update on Menzies. People seem to be unaware that the debt has fallen to GBP160m. That's below 2x net debt to ebitda by end 2021. It is going to 500p.
buffettjnr
21/8/2020
11:40
HNA’s Swissport Gets New Funding, Nears Deal for Debt Cut (1) (Bloomberg) -- A group of creditors to airport baggage handler Swissport International AG is providing 300 million euros ($354 million) of new financing as a first step for a broader debt restructuring plan. The company reached an agreement with senior secured creditors for a new money injection, Chief Financial Officer Peter Waller said in a conference call on Friday. It’s also nearing a deal with creditors to cut some of its debt. “The details of the restructuring must still be agreed with creditors,” he said. Waller said he expects a definitive agreement in the coming days. The company has an agreement in principle with senior secured creditors and payment-in-kind lenders to reduce its total debt and refinance the 300 million-euro rescue loan at completion with a 500 million-euro long-term borrowing deal, Swissport said in an emailed statement. Apollo Capital Management is among the lenders that have been working with Swissport on a debt-for-equity swap, people familiar with the matter told Bloomberg News earlier this month. Management declined to identify the lenders in the conference call. Swissport, bought by HNA Group in 2015, has struggled under the weight of its debts since the coronavirus brought international travel to a standstill earlier this year. Revenues dropped 70% in the three months to June compared to the same period last year and it recorded a 67 million-euro loss, according to the statement. However, volumes picked up from the end of June and the business made a profit in July. “Swissport traded much better through the Covid-19 pandemic than initially anticipated,” Waller said in the call. As part of efforts to fend off a cash squeeze, the company planned to slash jobs and started talks to obtain government-backed loans. It received $170 million from the U.S. government in July for payroll support in the country, and sought short-term funding from investors. In July, a U.K. court allowed Swissport to tweak its debt documents to raise as much as 380 million euros in super-senior money, a move which is being challenged in the U.S. by some junior creditors. Hedge fund Northlight Group filed a lawsuit against the company in New York on Aug. 6, claiming that changes to existing debt contracts require the approval of unsecured creditors. “We are confident we will prevail in the litigation,” Waller said.(Updates with details on restructuring and earnings in 3rd, 5th, 7th and 8th paragraph.)Related ticker:
buffettjnr
13/8/2020
07:51
Lenders to baggage handler Swissport offer rescue deal https://on.ft.com/3fPINEl
buffettjnr
07/8/2020
16:54
That's cos Swissport is run by the Chinese.
jsforum
07/8/2020
15:53
Nice spike at the end :)
kohsam
01/8/2020
03:03
Lawmakers want airfreight handler to return $170 million in COVID-19 funds Mass layoffs at Swissport USA prompted clawback hxxps://www.freightwaves.com/news/lawmakers-want-airfreight-handler-to-return-170-million-in-covid-19-funds
papagai3
30/7/2020
17:53
did sell some. Reasons: - summer did not open the sky. TA - decreasing triangle broke down
kaos3
30/7/2020
13:18
hxxps://annual.groundhandling.com/news/articles/volumes-set-to-hit-60-of-2019-levels-in-europe-this-august
buffettjnr
30/7/2020
06:50
I wonder who is selling? Hummf
buffettjnr
30/7/2020
06:33
Mithaq Capital increases holdings to over 8%.
rastamouse
28/7/2020
07:51
out of 17 daily candelstics 15 are red. but it is not going down. as someone is massaging it to keep it down - on chart
kaos3
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