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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
  -10.00p -0.81% 1,226.00p 1,222.00p 1,232.00p 1,276.00p 1,200.00p 1,200.00p 9,565 16:35:22
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 2,971.5 80.6 149.8 8.2 560.79

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03/5/2018
13:15
If anyone is attending the MGNS AGM tomorrow (I believe) perhaps they could ask about the recent JV with Ashley House (ASH) and whether they can add any more colour to this....also about modular / offsite construction given that Ashley House own F1 Modular. Must be some synergies there. Thanks in advance!
norbert colon
02/5/2018
10:58
nicely breaking out ahead of AGM on Friday, expecting another excellent update and a proper re-rate to take us closer to our 52 week high of 1500p
valuehunter1
25/4/2018
12:20
ex-dividend date will be 26 April
mfhmfh
17/4/2018
17:40
Yep, after Carillion, any local authorities looking to set up long term partnerships is going to take a long hard look at the balance sheet of the company that they plan to partner with. Balance sheets do not get any more solid than MGNS. Bogdan
bogdan branislov
17/4/2018
15:14
hxxps://www.constructionnews.co.uk/10030143.article?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=CN_EditorialNewsletters.Reg:%20Send%20-%20Daily%20news&mkt_tok=eyJpIjoiTjJVNE16QmhZbVEzTVRoaCIsInQiOiJyTkkwbHNcL1E4aHZYVnhPQlwvb2Roa3hJVjNnOTNpSlRyOHVQa1NLa21INDRDNkpHRW1LYVF5ck4xNkNkcCtuOWEyeTUrWDRUdmpsWFNhUnUxOVZaMVBXWmhsSmdcL0VxeEFXK1ZPcVVqeVdCeWdLWksxc0oxU0xHaG45bEtiXC91XC9OIn0%3D Hertfordshire County Council has appointed Morgan Sindall as the JV partner for a £2bn property development programme. Morgan Sindall Investments has set up a subsidiary to work with the council in developing or disposing of surplus land and property. A priority for the developments will be to deliver new homes, as well as public facilities and commercial space. An initial 12 plots of land will be developed by the 50:50 JV, called Chalkdene Developments, that will deliver more than 500 houses. A further 40 sites have also been earmarked for development. If all the potential sites are developed they will have a gross development value of £2bn. Morgan Sindall secured the JV with the council’s Herts Living Ltd property company after a competitive tender process launched by the local authority last May. The council said it wanted to take a “more active role” in developments with the aim of “improving the financial returns to the council and pace of delivery”. As its strategic partner, Morgan Sindall will be expected to “provide its development expertise, equity investment and access to private funding”. The partnership with Morgan Sindall is set to run for 15 years with an option for it to be extended by a further five years. Morgan Sindall Investments plans to use the group’s development arm Lovell and its infrastructure division to deliver the work. Morgan Sindall chief executive John Morgan said: “This win demonstrates the potential for our Investments division to become a meaningful contributor to group profits. “It also reflects our ability to leverage our diversified portfolio of businesses to offer our partners and customers a comprehensive solution spanning strategic partnerships and project delivery.” Over the past two years Morgan Sindall Investments has moved from securing opportunities for other divisions in the business to generating profit independently through partnerships with bodies such as Slough Borough Council and Bournemouth Borough Council. The company has said it expects the division to increase its returns in the medium term after it reported operating profit of £0.5m on revenue of £11m in 2017. Last month Morgan Sindall’s housebuilding arm Lovell secured a £45m deal with Homes England to deliver 200 modular units in Leyland, Lancashire. Comment
douglas fir
10/4/2018
18:11
Big price move today. The annual report was obviously impressive, but we expect that from MGNS. Was there anything in the report that we did not already know about? Bogdan
bogdan branislov
04/4/2018
09:24
Bogdan, agree, looking forward to the AGM update next month and expecting the shares to move forward in anticipation of another positive update. Real cheap given the cash balance, excellent management.
valuehunter1
03/4/2018
14:17
Looking at the chart, we are very close to support levels and near 1 year lows. I think that a break lower is unlikely from here considering the valuation.
bogdan branislov
03/4/2018
11:24
I am with you bluerunner. I have the cash poised to buy more, believing this is undervalued, but not confident it will not fall lower.
jadeticl3
03/4/2018
10:47
Bogdan - I don't disagree with your post and have stated that it looks cheap. But it keeps getting cheaper. That is the problem. It would be a matter of timing the right entry point for me.
bluerunner
03/4/2018
10:23
Blue. MGNS is very cheap right now. Carillion has done MGNS a big favour as government /local authorities will now be very reluctant to let contracts to those companies without a very fat balance sheet. Balance sheets don't come any healthier than MGNS. Any public sector official letting a contract to a firm that goes bust half way will lose his/her job now, it is the ultimate egg on the face for the public sector contract as it results in big contract delays, large additional cost in sourcing another contractor to pick up the work, doubts about the quality of work done as a firm going under often cut corners, susceptibility to the replacement contractor claiming things were worse than indicated with work already completed, wanting more money, more delays etc etc.. MGNS has to do something with the cash, there is so much of it. Personally I would be disappointed with a special divi. MGNS are clearly highly proficient, I would rather see them use their competence and their balance sheet strength to start bidding for larger contracts, just like Peabody. This stock will move on news and move rapidly on news, you don't know when the news will come, forget TA here, MGNS is cheap and it won't stay this cheap for long, put your cash to work for you. Ultimately value/growth investing is about leaving your money lying around in the most extreme under valued growth/quality situations available. Surely you can't feel that c30% cash is better than a c30% MGNS holding! Bogdan
bogdan branislov
29/3/2018
14:05
It does look like good value.However, just broken through support and could go to 1120-ish.If that does not hold then the drop could be steep.I continue to watch for the right moment to buy.
bluerunner
29/3/2018
08:06
These look v cheap, nice net cash on balance too, bought some and looking forward to another positive update in May at the AGM
valuehunter1
14/3/2018
14:25
Nice find, probably the cause of the rise
hatfullofsky
14/3/2018
11:14
Fingers crossed! Lendlease and Morgan Sindall left in chase for £4bn Peabody scheme https://tinyurl.com/y8wddekj
piedro
22/2/2018
10:39
Numis upgrades to buy: 1,565p target price Peel Hunt reiterates buy: 1,600p target price Liberium Capital reiterates buy: raises to 1,700p target price
mfhmfh
22/2/2018
10:30
Liberum Capital today reaffirms its buy investment rating on Morgan Sindall PLC [LON:MGNS] and raised its price target to 1700p (from 1650p).
broadwood
22/2/2018
09:46
bought here on Monday. looking for share price to return to at least 1,500p when director bought: 'Steve Crummett, Financial Director, bought 16,400 shares in the company on the 3rd November 2017 at a price of 1500.00p. ' GLA.
mfhmfh
22/2/2018
07:59
Broker re- rating?
broadwood
22/2/2018
07:58
Stonking results, should re-rate to 1500p again, sounds like they really understand the markets they operate in and are now in a position to continue grow and improve margins. Great mgmnt team.
valuehunter1
22/2/2018
07:42
Barnstorming results this morning. 48% increase in PBT. Dividend for the year up 29%. Healthy increase in margins particularly in construction where they can afford to be highly selective. Focus on affordable housing and urban regeneration which I think adds a defensive quality. Confident Outlook. Looks rock solid to me...a perfect SIPP holding.
quant_investor
15/2/2018
11:08
I think this is extremly good value. I also don't blieve that the wider industry sentiment is too problematic for MGNS. If anything there are opportunities which weren't present previously which can be exploited. BUT I strongly suspect the sentiment of the (stock) market will be what weighs on the stock price here for some time and so the risk of investment is that one's capital could be deployed better elsewhere in the short-term. As ever much depends on your personal strategy and timescales but "capital deployment risk" is always IMV a relevant issue regardless.
thorpematt
15/2/2018
10:08
Topped up at £11.92. Looks good value to me. It may turn out to be true that Construction generally is no booming, but I bought MGNS not the Construction Industry.
jadeticl3
14/2/2018
21:33
at 1210 this will need a short term breather but overall looks good.
corlis
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