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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
  15.00 0.63% 2,385.00 2,385.00 2,390.00 2,390.00 2,350.00 2,390.00 9,231 15:32:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 3,034.0 60.8 99.8 23.9 1,107

Morgan Sindall Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
05/10/2020
12:56
Nice rise today !
peddlers
04/10/2020
11:06
https://www.constructionenquirer.com/2020/10/02/morgan-sindall-lands-first-phase-of-36m-campus/
peddlers
04/10/2020
08:18
https://www.constructionenquirer.com/2020/10/02/morgan-sindall-lands-first-phase-of-36m-campus/
peddlers
02/10/2020
14:31
I see Robbie Burns has updated his websit today and note he is holding Morgan Sindal with an initial target of 1400. That'll do nicely. Good confidence here. P
peddlers
02/10/2020
14:15
Morgan sindal holding nicely on this down day. Great fundamentals. I expect we shall see plenty of Contracts awards coming out of the energy sector shortly. P
peddlers
02/10/2020
10:43
Buy while you can
peddlers
01/10/2020
17:47
Hi All, bought into Morgan Sindal today. Plenty of upside potential P
peddlers
28/9/2020
13:12
Any idea what has stimulated this latest upturn? I can't see any obvious reasons, but not to say there aren't any.
nickzs
28/9/2020
12:56
Hi essential, not a huge holding but I added 25% on 24 Sept: the share price fell initially but has since made good progress; a solid company with promising areas of potential growth and if it does fall back I think it will still recover well in due course
mayers
26/9/2020
15:47
Hi mayers, no not atm. I did have some BBY yesterday fwiw.
essentialinvestor
24/9/2020
14:17
Essential Investor. Hello. Are we nearing your point of adding in weakness? I imagine it could still fall further judging by earlier falls but worth watching. Perhaps no rush. RNWH and HILS in somewhat similar territory have shown relatively small falls also.
mayers
06/8/2020
13:42
* it underlines their financial position and liquidity when tendering for contracts- that should have read.
essentialinvestor
05/8/2020
23:14
Might view returning the furlough cash as a longer term investment given the source of their contracts. There is possibly another factor, it underlines their financial position and liquidity. No dividend payout is more political expediency. If UK COVID cases rapidly escalate in to autumn, MGNS may be worth a look on weakness. (Inot wishing for that eventuality).
essentialinvestor
05/8/2020
22:24
1,222p +182p +17.50% Liberum upgrades Morgan Sindall to 'buy' Analysts at Liberum upgraded construction and regeneration firm Morgan Sindall from 'hold' to 'buy' on Wednesday following some detailed guidance from the group. Liberum said MS' first-half results were "weak as expected" with a 57% decline in fully-diluted earnings per share and weakness across the board. However, with management giving detailed guidance on the group's outlook, the analysts increase their 2020 EPS estimates by 29% despite an impending £9.3m furlough repayment. They did leave it unchanged in 2021 though given "macro uncertainty and high private-sector exposure". Liberum also increased its 2020 average daily net cash estimate significantly from £23m to £110m and upgraded its target price on Morgan Sindall from 1,225p to 1,300p. "Total liquidity is more than ample and, although Morgan Sindall is eligible for the CCFF, it has not needed to use the facility," said the analysts. "Total liquidity is more than ample and, although Morgan Sindall is eligible for the CCFF, it has not needed to use the facility," said the analysts.
master rsi
05/8/2020
19:10
chris - I disagree. Virtue signalling is not always a bad idea, particularly from a company like Morgan Sindall that gets something like 80% of its revenue from govt. funded projects. If the Treasury is impressed that may do the company a favour in the future. Returning the furlough cash projects confidence by the BoD in the future prospects for the company, and it clears the decks for the resumption of dividends next year. Also, it's difficult to justify keeping furlough cash (they don't say how much, but let's say £10m?) when you have £140m cash on the balance sheet. It must have been quite a difficult decision, because they have voluntarily handed shareholders cash back to the govt. But if I'd been on the BoD I would have probably have voted to do the same.
galeforce1
05/8/2020
17:47
Returning the furlough cash is pointless virtue signalling. Rightly or wrongly the government limited the extent employees could work and offered money. Furlough is basically a negative tax, companies can't choose to not pay a tax they don't like so shouldn't turn money down the other way. Fair enough companies giving back the money for higher sales and brownie points with customers but that clearly won't be the case for MS.
chris79
05/8/2020
16:43
Lovely day, had about given up on this. Sold what I held, however if given the chance will add on a bad day.
essentialinvestor
05/8/2020
11:13
I always struggle with the margins at Morgan and tend to stick to Renew for an infrastructure play. But just my view. Quality infrastructure plays will do well with the upcoming fiscal stimulus
rimau1
05/8/2020
07:23
Pleasantly surprised here. Better than I'd hoped. The decision to return all the furlough cash sends a strong signal of confidence about the future. I'm sure it's the right thing to do, even if they are voluntarily giving away shareholder's money.
galeforce1
04/8/2020
22:51
Net cash outlook and any comment on margins are the key.
essentialinvestor
04/8/2020
22:45
I agree the order book should look ok. I'm not sure they'll be in a position to pay a dividend and I think I'd rather they kept the cash until we're out of the COVID woods.
goldry
04/8/2020
22:19
I think the order book will be positive and I think they might offer a small dividend. Got loads of cash and I’ll be disappointed if a fraction of it doesn’t come back to shareholders.
smunro81
31/7/2020
11:27
I would expect the margin erosion will have been priced in given the stock has fallen from £19 to £10.50. We shall see but Im optimistic this decent outfit will be back on track v soon.
valuehunter1
29/7/2020
18:42
We find out next Weds on the H1.
essentialinvestor
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