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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14/5/2015
20:45
Looks like a seller of 75,000 was cleared and the buyer has been a goer-on in lots of 25/-, followed each time he deals by a string of small retail buyers. No truly large business displayed for days. Maybe a "recovery" type fund taking a punt with a view to reviving historic bid rumours or aiming to try a "Menzies (MNZS)"-type operation. Molins is vulnerable to both.
coolen
14/5/2015
11:56
Nice rise here today. Anyone have any ideas why?
alan@bj
27/4/2015
12:50
The ED note suggests the shares are cheap v peer group. Yes they are for a reason. I don't think anyone really believes what this management team says -story here is one of decent outlook statements followed by a profits warning. I do think though that the pension deficit issue is now less of a problem.
meijiman
27/4/2015
12:24
New investor report released today from Equity development. hxxp://www.equitydevelopment.co.uk/doc/1349.pdf
brummy_git
10/4/2015
09:17
Alan, thanks for your comments - that is good to know. Regards
prop_joe
10/4/2015
08:25
I was just wondering the other day whether Avril P-B would continue in her role at Molins, given her latest big commitment with BCA. I used to know Phil Moorhouse when he was with Northgate. He's very capable.
alan@bj
09/3/2015
09:44
CT, IMV when interest rates move up there should be a net benefit to Molins net asset position as the discount rate (interest rate) used to calculate the present value of the aggregate expected future pension payments will be higher. Higher interest rates would of course reduce the value of the pension fund's investments in bonds but, because the pension obligations stretch a long way into the future, the impact on the liability side of the equation would be greater (and in any case Molins only invest a portion of the scheme's assets in bonds). The deficit for IFRS accounting purposes is £20.6m but the deficit using the actuarial basis of calculation is £53m. The main difference between the 2 methods is that IFRS uses the corporate bond rate as the discount rate whereas the actuarial method uses the gilt rate. Corporate bonds have higher interest rates than gilts (because of the higher risk) so the actuarial calculation results in a higher deficit. Simples! (or rather nothing to do with pension funds is straightforward!)
prop_joe
28/2/2015
14:37
So when interests rates start to move up it helps MOLINS? Pensions not my area but I thought we were paying 1.7 for 17 years to clear off a 53 deficit? So is it reducing? Pension issue aside the company looks like it will have another tough year but I remain hopefull we are turning the corner. tiger
castleford tiger
25/2/2015
13:39
Yet another company working for the benefit of the pension fund. market cap significantly less than the defict on the schemes. "The IAS 19 valuation of the UK scheme resulted in a net deficit at the end of the year of GBP14.1m (2013: GBP2.5m), before tax. The value of the scheme's assets at 31 December 2014 was GBP347.9m (2013: GBP337.9m) and the value of the scheme's liabilities was GBP362.0m (2013: GBP340.4m). The accounting valuations of the USA pension schemes showed an aggregated net deficit of GBP6.5m (2013: GBP3.1m), all amounts being before tax, with total assets of GBP15.4m (2013: GBP14.3m). The main cause of the increases in the valuation of the liabilities was the reduction in the discount rates, reflecting lower interest rates at the year end compared with twelve months previously" Does not seem to be much left for the shareholders or potential sahreholders. .
pugugly
25/2/2015
13:09
Not good reading. I have kept an eye on this one since exiting back in Oct after the trading update. Now the decline looks pretty terminal so taking this one off the watch list. GLA
tintin82
25/2/2015
10:12
What happened to the surplus property they were hoping to sell? Was I dreaming about that?
alan@bj
25/2/2015
09:40
These deadlegs should be shown the door
meijiman
20/2/2015
17:49
Flatlining.......
essential
18/2/2015
19:14
Final results due the end of the month?
essential
02/2/2015
17:35
closed cannot buy.
castleford tiger
01/2/2015
13:47
It would be nice to see some execs buying at this level...
mrx9000
28/1/2015
09:56
on the up again this morning. I must do some DD -not even sure when the next results are. Had put these to one side after the last profits warning.
meijiman
27/1/2015
19:54
Not sure but technically suddenly looks strong. RSI crossed 50 and price broke 50dma. Interesting
essential
27/1/2015
15:51
Indeed, it is up more so far in one day than it has been all year - is something afoot?
nehpets81
27/1/2015
14:19
it lives.......
meijiman
17/10/2014
17:41
And I thought I had bought well at 50p ......with a 5p divi a 10% yield. Well lets see but cannot see it falling much further. tiger
castleford tiger
15/10/2014
17:17
Hey Tiger, Intraday low in 2010 was 30-something pence a share and we also had destocking to hit results
onjohn
15/10/2014
15:44
What you basing 30p on ONjohn? Tiger
castleford tiger
15/10/2014
14:38
HITTING THE FAN
onjohn
15/10/2014
14:19
Anyone got any thoughts regarding this hammering? Apart from collapsing tobacoo sales. Could it go bust? Im tempted to top up if it gets to 30p
onjohn
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