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
  4.50 4.0% 117.00 115.00 119.00 117.00 112.50 112.50 82,408 16:22:19
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 53.5 10.4 9.4 12.4 110

Michelmersh Brick Share Discussion Threads

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Clearly another Brexit troll imo.FILTERED !
my retirement fund
Not interested at 50p because of the crummy dividend. A 2% yield is hardly worth the bother. No thanks.
Bamboo I've noticed possible institutional support at 50p. You can get them in quantity at 50p right now.Perhaps 40p will not materialise. I've decided to put a small iron in the fire at this 50p level which forces my hand into a longer term follower of events.You may want to await the autumn budget before taking a view when the picture may become a little clearer.
my retirement fund
Don't be a walnut and reread my posts and consider yourself lucky I even bothered giving you a reply with such ignorance regards rates.
my retirement fund
mrf, you said earlier in the thread you be interested at 55p. Is that still the case? I'm not holding btw, -although slightly interested, as imported bricks are likely to start costing more. I have used FLB stock bricks for years in a large number of projects, and they are a great product, although have slightly less 'character' since they went over to gas powered firing, rather than coke.
Less than 41% voted to leave.
Patronising ? More than half the country voted to leave, by process of fekking common sense then that's more than half the readers and posters on ADVFN !!!
my retirement fund
To enlighten the ignorant. Since the banking crash our debt has ballooned from 500bn to 1.5trn and if you care to switch the news on today you'll see its still rising as this year's spending has just been published. What does it matter? Since we are no longer paralleling the largest trading and monetary union on the planet, we can no longer set our interest rate policies with those of other major developed economies, especially the reserve currency majors such as the dollar, euro or yen. Why? because we still need to remain solvent and to continue to borrow otherwise our economy stops dead. How? By making sure we pay off existing debt maturing by ensuring new debt gets successfully issued to do so by ensuring its attractive. There is really one single policy to do this, increase interest rates on the debt offered whilst providing some credibility it may get repaid by raising taxes and cutting spending.
my retirement fund
You lot voted to leave the EU. Are you all that thick? Surely some of you have some basic economic knowledge and have been following events since 2008 ?
my retirement fund
Why do interest rates have to rise? I totally disagree, I think interest rates are years off having to rise.
..likely they will let inflation outrun interest rates letting things run hot for a while (so effectively pays to borrow) but could all be disastrous or great depending on how its done, who knows? One things for sure lots of moving variables means high risk and big discounts. Ideal conditions for making money in the markets.
Interest rates will have to rise here in the UK, so private housebuilding will be squeezed and so will margins. At the same time having bottomed at the start of the year the largest input cost for MBA are set to rise substantially.
my retirement fund
This is what interests me from the statement this morning............ "Due to the above events, the Board has revised its financial expectations for the current year and believes revenue and profit will be at or around a similar level to that report for the full year 2015. The Board is pleased to report that the Group's order book remains strong, 5 per cent. ahead of that at the half year and cost savings have been identified that help to mitigate the effect of negative market trends. The operational issues at the Michelmersh site reported at the half year have also been addressed and the site is moving back to full operational capacity. Cash flow is also strong and the Group expects to meet or exceed the Board's previous cash expectations at the year end". At 40p I would be willing to buy the business if I were 25 years younger....which I am not but quality bricks will always earn good money and the big shareholder I am sure is waiting.
Too early for me yet. I like the company but like MRF I see this going down further before it recovers, probably sub 40p. There's no sign of a pick up in their markets so I wouldn't anticipate a floor for the share price just yet.
and I have bought this morning at 53p because I am buying "assets at a discount" and those assets are attractive.
A possible target at this price.They have solid assets
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
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