Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Molins LSE:MLIN London Ordinary Share GB0005991111 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 157.00 156.00 158.00 0.00 0.00 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 80.1 -0.8 -3.3 - 32

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
28/5/2014
16:39
Is news from America about to break?
jbarcroftr
24/5/2014
18:34
News on land owned by Molins hxxp://www.bucksfreepress.co.uk/news/11227978.Controversial_proposal_to_build_at_former_sports_club_grounds/
gkingshill
09/5/2014
20:41
To answer my own question: it was.
zastas
06/5/2014
15:07
Or has it been tipped again in the IC ?
zastas
06/5/2014
15:05
More action again: little MLIN is in danger of becoming a high volatility share! Probably just a sign how illiquid the shares are relatively; just the sale or buy of more than a few k is enough to move it.
zastas
30/4/2014
18:42
Nice bounce.
capercaillie
29/4/2014
21:06
Don't know, but today's wasn't bad.
deadly
28/4/2014
19:49
What happened to today's rise?
capercaillie
28/4/2014
14:01
not sure why the company broker can't highlight this sort of thing to their clients. On valuation grounds will still be good value at 200p.The 220p suggested by ST wouldn't be a big stretch either.
meijiman
28/4/2014
12:40
I like the prediction of a bounce within a tip by ST... but of a self fulfilling prophecy if you ask me ;-)
al101uk
25/4/2014
10:19
Interesting posts, thanks. Think the story is unchanged and as long as you have patience the move to AIM won't unduly impact share price Its on the watchlist so I'll wait to add.
tudes100
25/4/2014
10:00
Obviously MLIN has lost value PRIOR to the announcement which is either un-relates or is concerning with regard to insider knowledge (I avoid the phrase trading deliberately). The thing is that the reasons why a de-list results in selling is that certain investment house/ funds etc. have rules which dictate that AIM is a no no. Naturally others have requirements to track and therefore need to buy. Since significant holdings result in holdings RNS releases it's usually possible to see if price movement is linked to this. Personally I think weakness in sales outlook (or a least a lack of growth) relates more to the lower valuation, alongside profit taking in the generally market and concerns of a top. For the moment at least MLIN is not a growth story and so lowish PER is to be expected to an extent. Ultimately though the decline makes it cheaper and thus MORE attractive (IMO) and NOT less attractive.
thorpematt
25/4/2014
08:39
In case anyone can't be bothered checking VLK proposed a move to AIM in November 2013 and lost 20% of their market cap between then and listing day. They then went on to make that back, recovering pretty much all losses in the first few months on the AIM market. They peaked at 52p pre-announcement and troughed at 38p. I use 20% because the 52p was on a run from which you would normally expect a correction in any case. They trade at 48p now, nearly six months on.
al101uk
25/4/2014
08:26
VLK They recently moved to AIM also so if you want a reference as regards possible price movement then perhaps you'd like to take a look there?
thorpematt
24/4/2014
14:26
From 28 April there will be no stamp duty on AIM listed shares. This may attract further investors / make the stock more liquid?
capercaillie
24/4/2014
10:44
Yep, but not all of it. The shares are trading at less than 8 times prospective numbers, yielding 3.5% and with net cash. If they move lower from here then i can only assume that someone knows something that the rest of us don't, we all know about the pension deficit.
spooky
24/4/2014
10:37
Hi Spooky, Just a thought, but wouldn't a lot of selling pressure that has previously been seen when other small companies have transferred to AIM now have been addressed by the fact that these days AIM listed cos can be held in ISA's...?
dab26
24/4/2014
10:19
I'm guessing that someone, somewhere, has been aware of this for a while, hence the weakness in the price. It obviously doesn't make any difference to the value of the business but there will be natural sellers as a result.
spooky
24/4/2014
10:12
Heading to AIM.
battlebus2
10/4/2014
13:49
Snadgey, Do you have a link? I've been looking for an update on that, but have been unable to find anything.
al101uk
10/4/2014
13:41
?delay in US decision re: tobacco legislation/regulation until 2016?
snadgey
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