Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Mitie Goup LSE:MTO London Ordinary Share GB0004657408 ORD 2.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -3.10p -1.46% 209.90p 210.20p 210.40p 213.90p 209.90p 211.60p 7,478,699.00 16:35:03
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 2,231.9 96.8 21.3 9.9 753.58

Mitie Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
13/4/2017
08:18
Anyone thought about the impact of the DB scheme here? Gilt yields very low, employer covenant deteriorating» big hike in ongoing deficit and deficit repair contributions possibly.
bagpuss67
13/4/2017
08:14
I guess they will be mulling over the year end numbers and starting to have conversations with the auditors soon. New management need to make sure they have completely cleaned up and put it all through these accounts. Will be interesting.
bagpuss67
06/4/2017
09:18
Is it really possible all the issues have been found and provided for? Or still some horrors in the balance sheet?? The ohio teachers seem to think so!
bagpuss67
29/3/2017
15:51
I have shorted this twice now since the big fall in share price and got out with just a small profit each time. I will have another try as soon as the share price turns down again and hopefully it will go through the resistance at about 190 this time and head towards my 150 target. Like everyone else here I can't understand what is keeping the price up!
robinskardon
29/3/2017
12:18
spoole5 couldn't agree with you more this share is shouting to short on. Bagpuss67 I can see what you mean regarding vested interest in senior management's invested equity through their shareholdings but it just all smells a bit fishy to me. I think this is either a major short sell opportunity or something big is on the cards in its operations or ownership of the company. Just my opinion.
betterstocks
29/3/2017
11:35
The have always been a lot of vested interests in keeping the share price up. Look up what the initials MITIE actually stands for. Many executives in the business have substantial shareholdings. Maybe in some way that has something to do with it. It would be surprising if all the potential horrors in the balance sheet have been fully routed out though..
bagpuss67
29/3/2017
11:32
They aren't much lower than after the first profit warning, the company is in a mess and the sector they operate in faces massive challenges. Brilliant shorting opportunity here.
spoole5
29/3/2017
11:15
I would really like to know more about what is happening with MTO. It appears more and more that there is something missing/not being told. How is the share price still above it's current valuation with "sell" ratings flying in every where. On top of that a huge consortium of hedge funds bet against the share falling: hxxp://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/hedge-funds-bet-on-new-collapse-in-mitie-share-price-mz6q07hp2 This just doesn't add up, Bagpuss67 I agree it defies gravity!
betterstocks
27/3/2017
15:45
This defies gravity. Hedge funds are 15% short.
bagpuss67
07/3/2017
15:27
It is in the RNS,but i would agree, 80,000 health visits a week ALL losing money! You are kidding me. This lot should not have been in charge of anything.Looks like a write off of £150m They are totally barmy! The one good thing i suppose is they have drawn aline under it.And got it off the books.The unfortunate thing is they bought it and could not manage it. With out a doubt the managers they have could have probably done so but they have them operating small divisions.While they lined their pockets in HO not knowing what to do.Not really up to the job of managing the business. What a mess Still don't know how the shareprice is so high.
fidra
07/3/2017
09:43
Who bought the healthcare business? If they can figure it out (with cash chucked at them) why couldn't Mitie?
zcaprd7
28/2/2017
15:07
Who is buying this? After the January profit warning I can't see it being worth more than 150p per share. Is there a takeover on the cards? Does anyone have any ideas?
robinskardon
02/2/2017
17:30
It appears to be a method to acquire voting and then real interest in shares whilst the only disclosure is made by the facilitating bank. Not sure whether to expect any further disclosure in the FCA short position register. Any one else got proper understanding of this?
bagpuss67
02/2/2017
15:52
Can anyone help me with making sense of the JP Morgan holding RNS today please. Not something I have come across before. Thanks in anticipation!
robinskardon
20/1/2017
11:31
Not sure they can afford to prop it up with share buy backs anymore.
bagpuss67
19/1/2017
13:35
This is crazy. The share price is almost back to where it was before yesterday's profit warning. Was the market expecting something even worse than the update?
robinskardon
19/1/2017
12:26
Bones, yes and MTO is a reminder of why I do not go short individual stocks, find timing the short side more difficult.
essentialinvestor
19/1/2017
12:12
Agreed Bagpuss. It seems a lot of investors are putting an awful lot of faith in the ability of the new CEO to perform some sort of magic!
robinskardon
19/1/2017
10:57
Astonishing. That this has barely moved down on such a grim update. They must be struggling to keep all the plates spinning though. Still think this will at some point suffer a further major crash in share price.
bagpuss67
18/1/2017
19:21
The big risk in going short on these potential basket cases is an opportunistic bid emerging from foreign parts using cheap sterling. Whether MTO holds anything of interest is debatable but this happened to BRAM which, while a different area of business, looked a spent force financially yet shorts got singed.
bones
18/1/2017
15:18
Goodness was it 10 years ago!. The years fly by now unfortunately.
essentialinvestor
18/1/2017
14:47
fidra, the MTO founder died a few years ago, long since retired from the business- and for a couple of decades or more their model worked beautifully, enriching both management and shareholders What happened imv is as the Company expanded that never ending growth cycle became increasingly difficult to maintain, leading to arguably lower quality decisions and highly priced acquisitions. It bears some similarities to Rentokil about 16 years ago, where the then CEO was known as Mr 20%, a reference to their annual EPS increases. RTO survived following divestments etc and is highly profitable, not sure how this will end for MTO.
essentialinvestor
18/1/2017
14:44
Like EssentialInvestor I am also amazed at the current price given today's TU.From my point of view I see this as below 150p and as someone else posted earlier MTO could even go bust if the debt grows too much. Just my view!
robinskardon
18/1/2017
14:34
Essentialinvestor whats your view on the now departed management,and the strategy they adopted?
fidra
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