Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Modern Water Plc LSE:MWG London Ordinary Share GB00B1XF5X66 ORD 0.25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.025 -3.7% 0.65 0.60 0.70 0.675 0.65 0.68 499,276 15:48:25
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Gas Water & Utilities 4.2 -2.5 -2.2 - 3

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12/4/2018
08:14
is that 25K a buy or a sell?
pugg1ey
11/4/2018
12:44
217k at 6.9p full offer I'm guessing Miton are selling more ? Took 25k to bring average down a little
dave4545
09/4/2018
14:10
Pugg1ey - no problem - thnx for correcting...
skyship
09/4/2018
13:30
Can you find the fund now:-) I suspect that is what you were steering me towards:-) Although they have still underperformed compared to the whole AIM market in the last year I reckon CFEP still have some of their shares to shift
pugg1ey
09/4/2018
11:33
Pugg1ey - this is what you wrote: "Is that the same Miton fund that has halved its NAV in the past year and its share price has lost 60%. Maybe investors are pulling out their money. Even Miton says it is increasing its cash position in the current market." So I ask again - which fund? No such fund that I can find!
skyship
09/4/2018
11:25
calling Bumpa calling Bumpa How many shares do CFEP have to dump?
pugg1ey
06/4/2018
07:34
Miton. I just went to the website. I think i had the right one as it seemed heavily invested in AIM stocks
pugg1ey
06/4/2018
06:51
Pugg1ey - yr 1961 above. To which fund are you referring please?
skyship
05/4/2018
20:05
I do understand that AR. I think the market has taken the view of when its official it will add some real value to the MCap. A £22million contract isnt worth the bid you say as what goes onto the bottom line is a whole lot less, plus the bidder would have to pay or compensate 44 employees. It is worth more to MWG as some of the staff wage costs will be covered by the work.
pugg1ey
05/4/2018
17:03
They also haven't been awarded the £22mln contract yet. They've only been given the preliminary works contract so far.
argylerich
05/4/2018
16:50
Pugg1ey: If the market really thought the contract was worth £22m then a vulture would bid say £8m tomorrow and take private - share price action (imo) says all you need to know - For someone like Melrose it would not even register on the spare change down the back of the Sofa -
pugugly
05/4/2018
06:51
This company has had it, that £22 mln contract, I suspect their involvement amounts to a fraction of that, and how do they propose to fund their involvment, another dilutive fund raising, I doubt it. The cash burn is basically to pay the staff and directors like Humpty Dumpty Humphrey, what do they actually do when they turn up to the office, suck on their biros all day, because they have had very little news to announce, I cannot imagine. Or sit there imagining how this wonderful technology is ever going to generate any tangible return!
bookbroker
04/4/2018
20:39
I'll take my chances thanks. Not my biggest investment but £22 million contract looks good to me. Did you also read the bit where they said they had sufficient cash to reach break even? Why do you care if not invested? Personal axe to grind with MWG?
pugg1ey
04/4/2018
16:33
As pointed out on the CRU thread where they have sold down there it could be done for tax reasons. Why would you wait until the penny share market is at it's worst for many years to try and offload size and at half the recent spike price. Sounds like Tax reasons to me.
dave4545
04/4/2018
16:14
Is that the same Miton fund that has halved its NAV in the past year and its share price has lost 60%. Maybe investors are pulling out their money. Even Miton says it is increasing its cash position in the current market.
pugg1ey
04/4/2018
06:21
Writing on the wall - Clear to see - II losing confidence Miton UK Microcap Trust PLC selling down - https://www.investegate.co.uk/modern-water-plc--mwg-/rns/holding-s--in-company/201804040700047130J/
pugugly
29/3/2018
19:53
I assume the section titled 'capital raise' in the strategic report is a pack of lies as it said there was sufficient capital to reach break even.
pugg1ey
29/3/2018
17:39
Yes, very disappointing. Should have realised that the company warning just ahead of results would mean the results would be way worse than expected and anything like that now is getting battered in this market. Silly mistakes are very costly atm.
dave4545
29/3/2018
15:48
That sky-high cashburn is a classic sign of very poor management. They should have closed some operations to throttle expenditure; not to have done so evidences pitiful project management & budgeting. The FD Stephen Heaps should be out; even if he may be the scapegoat for Simon Humphrey's own incompetence.
skyship
29/3/2018
13:56
I'm in exactly the same position as you targatarga. The results look awful and the cashburn is sky high. I do not think it will be current shareholders at this price which will benefit from the Gibraltor deal. It's the cashburn which as caused me to bail...
origami74
29/3/2018
13:39
I'm out from earlier with a 40% loss.... knowing my luck a bid materialises within weeks.... good luck all tt
targatarga
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