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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  1.50 0.63% 238.00 822,714 16:27:54
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
236.50 238.00 249.00 235.00 249.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 1,325.60 17.30 12.80 18.6 201
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:21:18 O 4,368 238.00 GBX

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Menzies(john) Daily Update: Menzies(john) Plc is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker MNZS. The last closing price for Menzies(john) was 236.50p.
Menzies(john) Plc has a 4 week average price of 202.50p and a 12 week average price of 194p.
The 1 year high share price is 288p while the 1 year low share price is currently 66.90p.
There are currently 84,306,195 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 967,802 shares. The market capitalisation of Menzies(john) Plc is £200,648,744.10.
sphere25: Kayel00, You can have shorts feeding in at price points like that for sure and short interest here had spiked to around 4% in April last year. There have been no disclosures above the 0.5% net threshold recently though, so barring some further disclosures, it is nearly always a normal seller in the market. It won't be market maker related in a share like MNZS as institutions can feed the book directly with their orders. Contrast that to shares like SHOE which are market maker only and the orders have to go directly through them. Why sell here and so many? Everyone has their reasons. Sometimes it can be forced and sometimes funds just want to clear out the lot, though more often than not it is just trimming or some portfolio allocation positioning. MNZS isn't the most liquid too. It can move enormous on very little volume so a discounted price might have to be considered to get away shares in size. It's ok for the majority of folk like us who can trade these price pops, and move in and out quite easily, but if you have millions to sell, the liquidity issue very much comes to the fore. Hope this helps. All imo DYOR
kayel00: Anyone shorting this?? If not, why keep price down to 230? Surely if anyone wants to sell surely they would want best price not limit to 230.
sphere25: A real ding dong going on at key resistance with a 10k iceberg on the offer at 230p now. Clearly numerous buyers are coming in to try and clear out what looks like a very small number of sizable sellers. Price gaps down to mid 220's at times intraday, but then buyers come back and pick up those sell orders and the price goes back up to test 230p again. That kind of price action often suggests the sellers will be exhausted at some point but no idea how many they have to lob at 230p. 772k volume atm which is strong relative to recent daily volumes. It is almost a full day of volume for recent days so clearly strong early demand. One of the last strong spikes higher was on about 2.5m volume. It can be a guide but it's always hard to decipher how much buying it will take to clear sellers at price points on any given day. Still watching for a short term trade to see if the early heavy buying continues and particularly for any big blocks hitting the book at 230p to suggest a clearing out of sellers because that's what it looks like it is going to take at the moment. Very stubborn selling at 230p in recent days. All imo DYOR
simon gordon: MNZS - 28/1/21: Menzies Aviation expands Australian presence with Qantas Airways Menzies Aviation, the global aviation services specialist, announces contract wins for its ground services business with Qantas Airways, Australia’s flag carrier and largest airline, at Perth, Brisbane, Cairns and Darwin. As of this week, Menzies has commenced transition of operations at both Perth and Brisbane, with operations at the other stations commencing in the next few weeks. Across all four stations, Menzies will handle over 40,000 Qantas flights per year. The contract will significantly expand Menzies’ long-standing partnership with the Qantas Group in Australia over the last ten years Menzies already provides the airline with a full suite of various services at 14 airports around the world. This multi-station award builds on the momentum of the recent major contract win with Jetstar Airways at its Melbourne hub. Jetstar is the low-cost airline subsidiary of the Qantas Group and the successful start-up of the operation in Melbourne represents another step forward in the Menzies-Jetstar relationship which is already well established in Australia and New Zealand. Together these new contracts represent the significant expansion of not only Menzies’ presence in the Australia, a commercially and strategically important region for the Group, but also its breadth of services provided in the market. Alistair Reid, EVP OSEA, Menzies Aviation, said: “We are delighted that Qantas has chosen Menzies once again as its handling partner of choice. This award is the result of a close working relationship that we have cultivated in a number of locations, which has enabled us to develop a deep understanding of Qantas’ requirements. This contract win combined with the broadening of our relationship with Jetstar will see Menzies Aviation significantly increasing its footprint in Australia, which is strategically and commercially very important to us.” Https://
simon gordon: Antonio Velardo - 4/1/21: Multiple Valuation Models - John Menzies plc (LSE: MNZS) Https://
simon gordon: Swen Lorenz - 1/1/21: BREXIT SPECIAL: A LIST OF POTENTIAL BRITISH TAKEOVER TARGETS John Menzies (ISIN GB0005790059) is another case where I had the right idea but at the wrong time. The company is one of the world market leaders in servicing airlines at airports, and it should have already been taken out by a bid from private equity players. However, just as a bid appeared to be imminent, the pandemic brought aviation to a standstill, and Menzies' share price plummeted. As my Members already know from my 2 December 2020 update, now could be an even better prospect than ever for a bid. I’d expect a bidder to have to pay at least double its current share price – in line with what I said about the staggeringly high premiums paid for British companies right now. Https://
undervaluedassets: jumping cos it is insanely cheap .. COVID pummelled this stock; It is still 50% cheaper than it was in 1994. This is a modern company integral to flying anywhere from the majority of major airports in the world. It will recover as the airlines do in this post-vaccine world. Going forwards I expect a lot more double-digit percentage jumps in the share price.
buffettjnr: Wizz contract win last week which I missed too. I understand not share price moving but at least they are still in the game.
plentymorefish: I'd argue they couldn't afford to 'freeze' their economies the 1st time.....with government support due to increase costs to businesses next month and with it then ceasing altogether in October.....the questions here are: Do MNZS need to raise?.....and if so, at what price? (ie do they not need to raise at all? they need to raise and if so can they afford to 'hope' the share price rises and raise then?.....or do they need to raise now meaning they are at the mercy of the current share price which would be hugely dilutive.....always more questions than answers......
buffettjnr: The fact is this: it was near 500p prior to lockdown. The business was closed down and the share price reflected it. As the business re-opens it makes sense that the share price will recover. Perhaps not to where it was, but if the business recovers by 60-80%, it should be reflected in the share price...can easily make a case for 300p...350p. And then a bit of good news might turbocharge it.
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