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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
  -2.10 -2.76% 73.90 73.80 74.20 78.10 73.90 78.10 621,034 08:55:17
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 2,559.5 -9.1 -0.6 - 865

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
12/6/2017
15:48
Good call Simon.
deadly
12/6/2017
11:55
Shouldn't the previous management duo be in prison?
meijiman
12/6/2017
09:00
Cash outflow of about £20m if you ignore working capital movements. I closed out todays 10k short at 261p. Will reload if it rises again. Still sitting on a big loss on the other 10k short I have.
bagpuss67
12/6/2017
08:59
'trying to make some sense of it all,but I can see it makes no sense at all....'
shakyhands
12/6/2017
08:27
they should tie-up with Interserve mto need to spruce up their image, a silly logo on their fleet of vehicles 99% of the population have no idea what they do, and missed a lot of ops to buy freeholds they occupy such as complex (Kepler House) 650K could have made a million on this site alone purp down nearly 6% this am, you wonder at their advertising ideas,
mike24
12/6/2017
08:10
Incredible. Net assets only 90m. Risky but increased short at 277p
bagpuss67
12/6/2017
07:47
Well, I think we open sharply lower on this statement.
simon cawkwell
18/5/2017
11:40
It can only be a short squeeze that is holding this stock up.
wiseacre
12/5/2017
14:02
FRC just fined PWC 5m for its audit of Connaught. Mobilisation costs, long term contracts and intangibles.
bagpuss67
09/5/2017
08:19
What will the balance sheet reserves look like after these provisions and the ones needed to comply with new accounting standards. Less than £100m?
bagpuss67
03/5/2017
19:19
The pension deficit on an accounting basis was £85m at the half year. This is typically a less prudent basis than needs to be reflected in the actual pension scheme valuation that needs to be funded by the company. There is such a triennial valuation with an effective date of 31 March 2017. The deficit would be expected to typically be larger than the accounting deficit of £85m in this case. This will have to be paid off in cash over perhaps 10 years. Also the group must find the best part of $100m at the end of the year to retire to tranches of the private placement notes. Separately I've not quite got my head around how they have managed to reduce net debt so much to this year end. Any ideas? The hedging instruments??
bagpuss67
03/5/2017
08:59
Maybe. I have a modest but underwater short position. Will be interesting to see how the institutional shorts react. All skeletons discovered? Personally I doubt it.
bagpuss67
03/5/2017
08:18
Bagpuss - maybe it'll sink in later [timber].
targatarga
03/5/2017
08:13
I just don't know how this share holds up against that type of statement referring to material errors and further write offs
bagpuss67
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
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