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MTC Mothercare Plc

4.70
0.05 (1.08%)
14 Jun 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Mothercare Investors - MTC

Mothercare Investors - MTC

Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Mothercare Plc MTC London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
0.05 1.08% 4.70 16:35:20
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
4.42 4.40 4.42 4.70 4.65
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GENERAL RETAILERS

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Posted at 11/9/2023 23:38 by porky9
This is just such a shame, needs some direction from the top, a new ceo with ideas to expand, they have the framework and doing a lot right but the liabilites are a real strangle hold on the business.

£28m mcap on a business with established worldwide sales of £322m... you couldn't make it up.

As i see it, not just the debt with interest rates going up, but look at those historic pension costs, bloody obscene. What were they thinking??? come and work at M&S and we will give you a gold plated pension but don't worry about how we will pay for it will bank that problem for the next generation of investors...

Lets just be real, rather than continue these liabilities you would just close it down put the bloody lot into administration and just buy out from the liquidation the viable bits.

Not sure what the answer is, if i thought a financial restructure alone would do it i would probably have a punt here but M&G reducing to 11.4% has kind of spooked me, are they looking to offload the lot now?

Keeping on my watch list for now, appointing a new quality CEO would be a great start, this will just drift IMO with the current management and if M&G are looking to offload if volumes increase they will destroy any possible recovery as i see it
Posted at 08/5/2023 11:19 by mrsimmons
The pension deficit kills this I’m afraid. When you look at the schedule of payments - they will need to renegotiate them with the trustees. Whatever spare cash they make will be eaten up by the pension deficit. This is going to be a long hard road for
investors.
Posted at 19/3/2021 08:08 by clocktower
Hopefully another blockbuster day, as AIM investors tuck these away.
Posted at 17/3/2021 07:41 by dealy
Market cap now 77m with very little debt. Half the shares in the hands of two investors.
Posted at 26/11/2020 09:06 by red army
Future looking better and move to AIM next year should attract some new investors.
Posted at 07/5/2020 13:16 by dealy
weak hands, impatient investors selling small amounts. these shares are being picked up though
Posted at 06/11/2019 08:36 by dealy
Very true. Despite today's bounce this has been a horror show for investors
Posted at 04/11/2019 10:58 by loganair
What I think will happen, best case scenario for those Private Retail Investors who hang on, in maybe 3 to 6 months time those holding the debt will offer share holders maybe 1p per share to buy them out.
Posted at 23/5/2019 07:14 by anony mous
True.Looks like will be a red day and then will get marked down again tomorrow.Investors are impatient.
Posted at 05/3/2019 11:49 by wattene
Government Petition to Ban shorting of London AIM stocks.

The AIM stock market is where smaller companies list their shares rather than using the prohibitively expensive main London Stock Market. This is an important market for the growth of smaller UK companies.

In challenging times, shorters seek to borrow the company's shares from a holder for a consideration and to buy them at a later date. They immediately sell these shares which, due to the relative illiquid market, sends the price much lower and hence the shorters can buy them at that lower price - pocketing the difference. The only beneficiaries are the shorters and the market makers with the losers being the reputable company and it's bona fide investors.

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