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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Mitie Group Plc 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
  -1.00 -2.48% 39.25 39.05 39.35 39.90 38.75 39.00 841,658 14:23:33
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 2,173.7 48.4 25.0 1.6 460

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
12/2/2015
18:54
Something sneaky is going on.
finess
05/2/2015
16:05
Some consistent buying, I have a feeling that this services sector will do well in 2015. This is my outside, maybe, will it or won't it share.
finess
13/1/2015
22:56
Nice. Just where I've been at. Target 2 quid.
bagpuss67
13/1/2015
12:53
Interesting write up here: Http://lordshipstrading.blogspot.co.uk/
effortless cool
10/1/2015
12:11
Downtrend continues here not much support till 250 ish really. I think the election is looking increasingly bad for the Tories and that will weigh on out-sourcers. Of course things are complex and out-sourcing is not all about public sector. Nor is it now possible to simply expand public sector employment so as to diminish that which has been sent out to private companies. The UK has a huge shortage of experience and skill in the sector between "unskilled" and "middle managemnet", such has been the focus in sending all our young people to university during that last 10-15 years. Many of the truly knowledgeable, valuable and experienced folk within the private sector have either left (never to return) or retired. As far as the education system that attempts to feed vocational workers into the system goes. I have nothing positive to say. The must constructive thing I can say is that it simply isn't working and thus will no doubt be re-vamped (yet again). So where does this leave MTO and its sector piers. Well in particular this week's story (ignoring France that is), has been the NHS emergency service....actually no that's not the story. The story is in fact WHY A&E is so under-pressure and personally I see the reasons for that as being weaknesses elsewhere in the health and care system. A&E has simply become somewhere people go when they can't get assistance elsewhere. Cameron himself talked this week about home care and expanding resources in this area to enable pressure to be taken off A&E. MTO are one of the few to be positioned well for the change that has evolved in our country and continues to manifest in the issues raised above. I expect it to benefit mid-term as a result. Long-term chart is the most useful I fond for MTO free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
thorpematt
03/12/2014
11:44
Ruby Tuesday... MTO http://uk.communifin.com/group/mitie/post/2063.htm
dr9980
26/11/2014
13:11
interesting acquisition and nice long earn out to retain sellers focus.
alter ego
25/3/2014
10:22
Since hitting 344p, this share has hit the buffers. Downhill for three week now.
kickingking
14/2/2014
20:55
Interesting rebranding I note. Videos are on the website. That home office contract augers well IMO for future prison contracts too. Biggest in the sector now.
thorpematt
14/2/2014
13:53
was working off a list of events in the IC - obviously not accurate.
alter ego
14/2/2014
13:28
Judging by the price action today, looks like it will be a good one then AE. Though we only had an IMS 11 days ago ????
melody9999
31/1/2014
13:38
Trading update and dividend payment due on Monday I believe.
alter ego
17/1/2014
00:05
Good point TM - there was a lot of nervousness over the previous h/care acquistion.
melody9999
15/1/2014
23:24
This time the market likes the health care acquisition. Similar to MTO leadership team has strong representation of Ladies at the top. Look to be doing a nice job. Some great testimonials from clients. It looks well priced but perhaps more importantly it is complimentary to the existing, previous acquisition. Perhaps MOST importantly from the market's perspective that is), it makes a statement which insinuates that MTO have confirmed this is indeed going to be a profitable and growing sector.
thorpematt
27/12/2013
16:38
now poised for new highs.
melody9999
18/12/2013
08:06
ex 4.9p divi today
melody9999
19/11/2013
11:34
Have the Birmingham council contract reported issues been resolved?.
essentialinvestor
18/11/2013
21:24
Good look through results and all looks very tidy to me. The market's complaint regarding Enara being overpaid for was indeed of no validity it would seem. I recall being bemused at the time since i thought it a smart move. With the margins looking very strong and the opportunities for expansion and cross selling I am strongly in favour. Ageing population gives a nice tail-wind too (I am favour of these also). Clearly the energy services are somewhat negative. I haven't been a fan of these since Cameron/Osbourne binned £300m (from memory) in their first budget cuts. Does anyone remember the pre-election Dave when he used to ride his bike everywhere and claim to be Mr.Green? Oh how things have changed. Funny what a global financial melt-down does for green government policy! No tail-wind there I'm afraid. Still, a small segment for MTO so not too problematic. I sense the IIs might need to look at this again - i think they got it a tad wrong. Start at Bank of America Merrill Lynch Business Services Conference tomorrow. The successful re-positioning of the business means we are in a stronger and better position than ever to deliver higher growth and maintain strong margins. We look ahead with confidence. All in all better than I was expecting - good job. Chart looks VERY bullish BTW. I have fair value at 388p FWIW. I think we may see £4. I doubt I'll sell it even there.
thorpematt
17/11/2013
19:06
always the way Maz - been there so often myself. You could consider buying back if it makes new highs again though - might be a nice little play in the run up to Xmas.
melody9999
17/11/2013
09:45
webcast for tomorrow, 9:30am, don't be late! hxxp://live.webcasts.unique-media.tv/mit005
thorpematt
16/11/2013
09:20
You could well be right and my decision yesterday is now bound 'to make it happen.
mazarin
15/11/2013
23:44
Thanks for doing that then Maz ! IMV this is absolutely not the time to sell. We have just broken 300p clearly after a number of attempts. At that point I added a s/bet to my SIPP and ISA holdings. MTO has a solid management and good 3%+ dividend that I keep collecting. The share price looks ready to break out again and looking for a target at the top of the channel of around 370p before I consider selling.
melody9999
15/11/2013
22:02
I finally decided to sell out today having held MTO since June 2012, so if my previous experience is anything to go by, things should now start to pick up for all you remaining holders...! I have to say it hasn't been the most exciting experience, that at times has proved very frustrating. So Good luck to those still holding. I'm moving off to add another sector to my ISA on the back of today's modest rise in the hope it will be more rewarding.
mazarin
27/10/2013
06:23
I broadly agree with that. Its worth noting that pre 2000 it must have been quite a small share and it growth would have been unrealistic to expect to continue into a ftse250 company. Outperformance since 2000 has been pleasant. I am a holder too smarting that I did not top up at 250 recently.
hazelton
26/10/2013
19:57
free stock charts from uk.advfn.com OK so 300p has been breached significantly so I thought a little look at the bigger picture was worthy. I've overlayed the FTSE 100 to give some perspective and as you'll see MTO has out-performed it rather. Boring old Mitie it turns out is not so boring. Anyhoo by my reckoning it has a tendency to play within a wide trend. currently we appear to be in a bullish phase within that trend - so 380p may well be on the cards. MTO: Not one for selling, one for holding IMO.
thorpematt
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