Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Morgan Sindall Group Plc LSE:MGNS London Ordinary Share GB0008085614 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 1,270.00p 1,260.00p 1,264.00p - - - 0 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 2,971.5 80.6 149.8 8.5 583

Morgan Sindall Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
09/8/2013
19:45
Yet the price still holds up! That's got to be a positive imo. :-)
hyden
09/8/2013
18:11
John Morgan has sold 500,000 shares(over 1%) at £6.64
beazer2
09/8/2013
10:35
I quite like stocks with the quieter threads. Usually indicates an absence of short term traders and hence less volatility. I am content with nice steady progress. :-)
hyden
09/8/2013
10:21
i could repeat myself, but i'm all alone :) .
redips2
23/7/2013
11:44
nice steady progress in the past few days, all good.
redips2
15/7/2013
13:27
11 July 2013 Morgan Sindall Group plc Morgan Sindall Group awarded GBP269 million redevelopment programme Morgan Sindall Group plc is pleased to announce that Lovell, its affordable housing division, has been appointed by The Royal Borough of Greenwich as developer for a GBP269 million redevelopment programme in Woolwich. The project, in partnership with asra Housing Group, will transform three council estates, situated to the east and west of Woolwich town centre, into 1,500 new high-quality, mixed- tenure homes. Subject to extensive consultation and the plans successfully completing the full planning process, work will begin in May 2014 and is expected to take 13 years to complete. John Morgan, Chief Executive, Morgan Sindall Group plc said: "We are delighted to have been chosen to work on this regeneration programme after a rigorous selection process. We have a solid record of working with communities to create successful, high-quality and sustainable mixed-tenure neighbourhoods and we look forward to working with all those involved."
yam114
02/7/2013
18:14
Starting to look a lot more positive now. :-)
hyden
02/7/2013
15:41
broke £6 today at long last.
yam114
12/6/2013
16:50
Franklin Templeton increased holding to over 14%.
yam114
05/6/2013
22:29
Strong rise on a poor market day - bizarre, but I'm not complaining.
deadly
24/5/2013
11:43
Looks like Norges Bank have been shopping again---all helps .
redips2
16/4/2013
08:48
Morgan Sindall wins £63.3m London housing contract Morgan Sindall said its Affordable Housing division, Lovell, has signed contracts with the Greater London Authority for a £63.3 million mixed tenure housing scheme at Lymington Fields in the Chadwell Heath area of Dagenham. The site, which once housed part of Barking Technical College in the 1980s, is one of the first to be released by the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, as part of his drive to unlock development on public sector owned land. The scheme, to be built on the 12.8-hectare brownfield site, will include 213 homes for private sale by Lovell, 104 homes for affordable rent and 45 homes for shared ownership sale through housing provider Home Group.
master rsi
11/4/2013
10:05
ave contract win....£11.32 mill little fish taste the sweetest ! :)
redips2
11/4/2013
09:28
Morgan Sindall roars up contracts league rankings Aaron Morby Thu 11th April A flurry of contract wins in March has seen Morgan Sindall jump up the Construction Enquirer contracts league rankings. .... http://www.constructionenquirer.com/2013/04/11/morgan-sindall-roars-up-contracts-league-rankings/
piedro
09/4/2013
15:04
anyone any thoughts on these? I resisting a top up here but wonder if i'm missing something.
yam114
15/3/2013
10:16
starting to look a bit better and a couple of funds have increased their holdings recently.
yam114
19/2/2013
22:46
Have not done too well when compared with housebuilders but I get the impression this is a kitchen sink result - really need a bit of keynesian govt spending to get their markets going. I will hold for now but look for a better statement in 2014 from the revised management team
gopher
19/2/2013
21:16
Well said you guys, I too think this is a well run little co, I was happy to add this morning at £5.225 .
redips2
19/2/2013
17:14
billy whizz Well said & I could not agree more. As an overhang from the days when I only had a small amount to invest I have never invested for dividend only but looked for capital growth. In this day & age capital retention is imperative & the board, to me, seem to have acted responsibly in this statement. Cash is King! Whilst I have seen better financial statements the fundamentals, to me, seem to be in place for growth in the share price so I am in & staying in. Hopefully, the loss of the superficial dividend investors will result in decreased volatility. GLA
barlick
19/2/2013
16:55
What fascinates me is that there are clearly investors out there who appear to have been surprised by the statement. What planet are they on? I'm just comforted that such a good company is being run thoughtfully and with grit and still offers a useful well-covered div. What with recent rises that are totally against the grain of life, it's rather reassuring to see a solid chunk of reality. I was beginning to wonder where I could sensibly invest but now the neurotics have fled, I can collect more MGNS.
billy whizz
19/2/2013
12:47
I shall continue to hold and may also top up later when share price settles down.
yam114
19/2/2013
12:16
Not surprised by the fall in SP, even if fundamentals do not warrant the decline there is not much to excite in the short-term so the hot money leaves. It will return later though, so I will be topping up but not for a couple of months just in case the share price drifts lower (though I am not expecting this).
puffintickler
19/2/2013
12:13
The Stever4545 post above seems to be a system bug of some sort, it has appeared on loads of threads and does not relate to MGNS.
puffintickler
19/2/2013
12:04
Stever4545 - 19 Feb 2013 - 11:51 - 189 of 189Global profit year to date: net trading profit up to 19.1% and ahead of peer group. Strategy in place for 20% full trading year net profit and strategic plan in place for the further 90 basis points. These consist of:A) global emerging market strategy and oral and foot care expansion including acquisitions and further expansion of manufacturing capability.B) further expansion globally of project perfect storeC) global strategy of doubling the size of the Company but halving its environmental footprintD) embracement of 13 for 2013 strategic global planE) all seasons global sales strategy ULVR
stever4545
19/2/2013
11:58
All v quiet here after the figs---which could have been worse, but as already said, yield drop isn't helping---about 4ish I think. Any thoughts?
redips2
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