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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
  -0.40 -0.99% 40.05 39.95 40.15 40.90 39.85 40.90 511,656 13:49:02
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 2,173.7 48.4 25.0 1.6 469

Mitie Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
16/11/2016
08:57
RBC downgrading to 'underperform'.... tp cut from 195p to 160p
philanderer
16/11/2016
08:54
Perhaps market thinking about what will be in next week's update? Down 7% this morning.
bones
10/10/2016
07:20
Think that's fair comment Bones. Taken the opportunity of culling the ones I bought lower down at a whisker over £2 in the expectation there will be a huge kitchen sink job at the first opportunity for the new gaffer. Happy to have made a small crust here and consider myself lucky. Will definitely look back in after the first post new boss results, as I think there is definitely a decent business in there waiting to get out!
cwa1
10/10/2016
06:56
New CEO may imply a kitchen sink job to come which is not unusual in such a new tenure? Clear outs, impairments and write offs to get back on an even keel and junk the deadwood are often the hallmark of new leadership. The market may even approve longer term...
bones
07/10/2016
12:51
Yes all swings and round-abouts. Thankfully CAD is having a better day.
stonefold
07/10/2016
12:47
Stonefold, these "funds" are probably balancing out their holdings as they go along to keep to benchmarks and limits. Buy a few, sell a few...
bones
04/10/2016
17:32
Chancellor Philip Hammond has suggested the government will boost spending in the UK, through increased borrowing.
stonefold
04/10/2016
16:43
Today all boats rose with the FTSE tide! Yet supposedly due to the sterling weakness effect with so many FTSE members with overseas earnings. Not sure that is of much use to MTO and others with mostly UK based customers?
bones
04/10/2016
14:07
Government policy softening raises growth prospects?
stonefold
04/10/2016
11:38
time to take profits? markets could still get choppy sp recovered to within just 25p of july lows gold goes over the cliff, in the blink of the eye nai
mike24
30/9/2016
08:58
Dipped my toe in the water this morning with a small purchase at 189.3p inc. costs. I'm hoping that all the bad news is now in the price and the dividend won't be cut.
gostevie63
29/9/2016
22:57
Not sure about MTO being oversold if the whole sector is struggling but granted a short term dead cat bounce may have occurred. I have gone short MER as it is hard to see how that one escapes the problems faced by MTO and CPI.
bones
29/9/2016
14:53
Capita’s profit warning confirms that it is not just Mitie that has found business conditions tough this year. This could lead to a revision of opinion that the sector as a whole may for a while have a battle on its hands, and that Mitie was unfairly judged on the 19th, and is as a consequence oversold.
stonefold
28/9/2016
16:53
Meanwhile another short position is reducing: Artemis Investment Management LLP From 0.52 % 2016-08-23 To 0.42 % 2016-09-26
stonefold
28/9/2016
13:06
The regulation changes that are causing them such difficulty were ceertainly known at that time. If they failed to calculate how it might affect the company's prospects, that does not say much about their judgment and certainly casts doubt on their forecasting abilities
grabster
28/9/2016
11:04
Previous statement in May was far too rosy. Are you telling me the issues that tumbled out in September were not in anyway considered or known about in May, not even a hint? Suddenly it will cost £10m to fix them. Typically first profit warnings under-estimate the true cost and to say all will be well in the second half is stretching credibility a bit.Brexit cannot be blamed for all of the ills of the world.
bones
28/9/2016
10:05
But the living wage was also going to create opportunities- that view from a previous MTO statement
essentialinvestor
28/9/2016
10:01
The main issue here is that with the contracts impacted by structural changes (living wage, govt finance cuts), future impairments of goodwill seem possible. As intangibles in the balance sheet (>£500m) exceed net assets (£400m and change) already (at last balance sheet date), that is a major concern.
bones
28/9/2016
08:33
Some of the negative factors listed in their Sept 19 update are ongoing ones, not just one-off historic ones. These will surely have a dulling effect over the coming months as the company attempts to extricate itsef from contracts which, because of changes in legislation, will cease to generate the profit levels envisaged when signed. In most cases the company will only be able to get out of such contracts when they become due for renewal. Personally I think the share price is unlikely to do better than flatline over the next 12 months.
grabster
27/9/2016
10:00
If you chase ambulances you eventually end up in A&E imv. None of us know what is going to happen, however the sector has cost some investors dearly over the past few years. No director buying.
essentialinvestor
27/9/2016
09:55
Still no end to the decline. 1.50 coming
spoole5
26/9/2016
17:49
Let the battle commence Stonefold :) Strong bid on closing auction today so may see a bounce of sorts tomorrow?
bones
26/9/2016
10:53
“You can be sure” Short positions continue to close as fear of a share price rally spreads. ;-) BlackRock Investment Management (UK) Limited 1.89 % 2016-09-21 Marshall Wace LLP 0.49 % 2016-09-21
stonefold
23/9/2016
18:07
Shorters who trade in large blocks have to reduce or cover into the herd when it stampedes otherwise they could not achieve a good price (low) in such large volumes. That does not make them bullish but is just sensible trading. You can be sure they are still happy with the prospects for their remaining shorts.This still looks like a 100p share to me given the carnage in the report.
bones
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