Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Michelmersh Brick Holdings Plc LSE:MBH London Ordinary Share GB00B013H060 ORD 20P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 110.00 108.00 112.00 110.00 110.00 110.00 36,276 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 46.3 6.4 5.8 19.0 101

Michelmersh Brick Share Discussion Threads

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21/10/2016
08:29
A possible target at this price.They have solid assets
trewinney
21/10/2016
07:44
Can see this headed to fresh multi year lows certainly likely test of 40p first. As a fellow private investor all I can say to everyone is sorry for your losses and hope you manage to gain them back on your other investments.
my retirement fund
08/10/2016
09:48
Bought at the close...........
anley
07/10/2016
11:15
I'll wait for 55p then reassess myself.
my retirement fund
07/10/2016
09:30
Need another 1p off the price and then I will buy again..........looking at their land bank.....interesting as an ex land buyer.
anley
04/10/2016
12:44
me too, i shop at lidle.
my retirement fund
04/10/2016
12:29
I am not surprised but I bought in at 67p this morning and will continue to carry on if it falls further. I do like assets at a discount............
anley
04/10/2016
11:24
headed down
my retirement fund
22/9/2016
09:38
A small quoted company with a capacity to produce about 70 million quality bricks per annum via 5 quality market leading brands. This compares with ONE Ibstock brick plant that is able to produce 100 million bricks per annum. So you have quality V quanity................ MBH came to the market about 4 years ago and had two share placings which enabled it to acquire more volume and all that goes with expansion but since then the shares have doubled and a small dividend payment has now started. Not very exciting........... However, what is more interesting is the shareholder list: Directors with 36% Hosking with 22% Institutional with 7% and the balance of say 55%+ as free float. The total number of shares in issue are 81,234,656 so in some ways a difficult stock to buy blocks and that is why, if there should be, a stalker the price could suddenly jump........that is my view having had some experience in take-overs. At 70p the company has a value of some £56m so that is worth bearing in mind as the shares have been as high as 85p which would value the business at some £68m. It looks to me that Hosking is the clue. Who are they and why did they buy into this company? There stake must have been built up by other large shareholders selling out of a small listed business. This has left Schroders with 4% who may well back the management if a take-over came about. Charles Stanley on the other hand may well be acting for a client who wants to keep the name out of the lime light be can see potential for making money on an asset play. So where can MBH go - expand or be bought out.........I think bought out and their brands folded in to a bigger business such as Ibstock with their transport and marketing might..........we shall see but I am a buyer on any slip in price and I don't think for one moment that any purches I make will move the market.
anley
21/9/2016
14:47
I bought more this morning and on any slip I will buy more. I spent last night looking at all the reports and who has been shareholders and just as soon as I have got my notes in order will post my findings........stand by.
anley
20/9/2016
15:20
Yes was surprised by these comments too. I thought there was a lack of bricks rather than an oversupply.
amoore70
20/9/2016
14:37
I dont have any figures just a newspaper article I recently read.
my retirement fund
20/9/2016
10:08
I would also be interested where you got your figures from MRF. hTTp://www.theconstructionindex.co.uk/news/view/brick-prices-rise-135 Average prices increased by 13.5%, which chairman Eric Gadsden said was the first increase for six years. He also said that a generational oversupply of bricks had come to an end and the market was now reliant on increasing levels of imports. “The current environment brings a new set of challenges with our stocks, and industry stocks, at an all-time low,” he said. “Bricks are no longer immediately available on demand.”
shauney2
20/9/2016
09:54
Short term I would be BUT where have you got your figures from please? This is a punting stock and a take-over target so I am a buyer at some point especially bearish news.
anley
20/9/2016
08:41
Anyone concerned about the current oversupply of bricks in the market?
my retirement fund
04/8/2016
12:19
Moving as the Base Rate is cut and the market takes it as builders will want more bricks...........and so you can go on and on..........
anley
29/7/2016
15:34
The business is profitable and cash generative and supported by a strong and long-term asset base. Quote from the Board today............
anley
29/7/2016
14:52
Good buying today
nw99
25/7/2016
07:03
H1 EPS +4%, "well positioned for a stronger H2"
nw99
12/7/2016
13:18
Someone has taken all the spare stock from the MM hence the move up today......is it the big shareholder?
anley
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