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Menzies(john) Plc LSE:MNZS London Ordinary Share GB0005790059 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  16.00 6.97% 245.50 879,111 16:35:19
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
246.50 249.00 248.50 230.00 230.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 1,325.60 17.30 12.80 19.2 207
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:05:42 O 1,093 237.519 GBX

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05/12/2020
08:20
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 229.50p.
Menzies(john) Plc has a 4 week average price of 109.80p and a 12 week average price of 98p.
The 1 year high share price is 489.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 66.90p.
There are currently 84,309,322 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 759,940 shares. The market capitalisation of Menzies(john) Plc is £206,979,385.51.
23/11/2020
08:09
buffettjnr: https://www.investegate.co.uk/menzies-john--plc--mnzs-/prn/pdmr-share-purchase/20201123070000PDEDE/
16/11/2020
12:55
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.
13/11/2020
08:33
undervaluedassets: put a limit order in for a final tranche... Does not have the expensive hardware to maintain like the airlines but set to benefit from recovery and currently trading at once in a lifetime price. Unlike the airlines gets MNZS get the same fees for a half-empty flight as it does for a full one. The same sort of thoughts have got me into SSPG. (where my thought is ... blow the dust off the kitchen, restock and restart selling over-priced food to hungry travellers who have nowhere else to go)
10/11/2020
15:57
undervaluedassets: This internationally facing cargo, fuelling and ground handling business won't fail. Has survived in one form or another for 100 plus years and will survive this. This is a historic opportunity to buy a stake at the bottom of the cycle. News of the vaccine will begin to restore confidence and then once rolled out allow Air travel to function normally again. One other thought - a half empty plane still needs the same amount of ground handling input as a full one; the airline gets less money for a half-empty plane meanwhile MNZS gets the same money.
16/7/2020
13:51
kaos3: a "competitor" SIG share price moved in tandem with us. not any more - we stagnate and they are going up. it is becoming Co specific. Buffet Jr - is all on track as you stopped posting - regarding your future expectations with MNZS
07/7/2020
08:57
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?....do 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......
28/6/2020
18:26
haywards26: A lot of novice investors will jump on here read all of the ramptastic share price and EBITDA figures and think the share price is going to double in days....
27/6/2020
22:58
jsforum: Not forgetting that MNZS main competitor is Swissport or should be better named CCP-Port as the parent company HNA is effectively controlled by the Chinese Communist Party. - now aviation needs support services but politically it isn't palatable to be subsidising the Chinese Communist Party with government money So there are opportunities for a land grab and MNZS is well placed to do this.Take Australia for example, the Chinese have been throwing their weight around after the Ozzies called for an investigation into the origins of the virus. The Chinese have much to hide so they take offence and make all sorts of threats and impose tariffs on a range of Australian exports- making their companies much less worthy of aid. Trouble is China doesn't have many friends right now as their strong arm tactics in Canada and the US haven't been very endearing. All good news for MNZS these are just some of the markets both Swissport and MNZS operate in. The closure of the Brussels airport operation by Swissport is just the start.MNZS aren't completely in the clear as unions have been sabre rattling but with Swissport laying off 50% of their UK workforce this isn't the best time for strikes.Other parts of the business are going well. Ie the media distribution and parcel network. Also Cargo demand is strong and Emirates have converted some passenger planes to freight. The updates surrounding government aid are reassuring.
05/6/2020
18:24
rastamouse: Most of the airline and other business have approached the Government for financial assistance. MNZS is not unique in this situation.http://news.sky.com/story/coronavirus-airlines-among-businesses-given-bank-of-england-bailouts-12000568The point being that all these businesses will recover (with government assistance).These prices are at historic lows, and from this level any recovery is a minimum double of the share price from here.I have a target price of 3.55.AIMHO
02/6/2020
12:48
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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