Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Mothercare LSE:MTC London Ordinary Share GB0009067447 ORD 50P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.25p -2.74% 80.00p 79.00p 80.00p 83.50p 79.25p 83.00p 49,085 13:11:06
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 667.4 7.1 4.8 16.7 136.69

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
20/11/2017
12:23
I re-iterate. All the small caps are going through this right now. Patient investors can clean up
dealy
17/11/2017
18:59
Director bought 100k of these at 104p in July. He has inside knowledge, forward visibility and a better understanding of any analyst. He perceived they were rock bottom when he bought in, it's now only 4 months on. Not much could have changed in that time.
terminated
17/11/2017
18:12
Oversold - what 'disaster' is the market expecting? Surely priced in?
justiceforthemany
17/11/2017
18:11
Another down day. Looks like a large buy went through around 0840 but then lots of small AT trade sells again.
justiceforthemany
16/11/2017
11:23
Bid territory also?
justiceforthemany
16/11/2017
11:23
Added some more. I make the P/E comfortably below 10 now and possibly as low as 7.
justiceforthemany
16/11/2017
09:28
If after results, assuming they are decent, the shares do not get over 110p, then he should consider a friendly takeover.
terminated
16/11/2017
08:18
This company should go private. No point in being public with the lousy volumes, spread and complete lack of investor interest
dealy
15/11/2017
15:05
At the end of the day you cant realistically make a profit selling 100-300 £'s worth of shares. The only logical reason is basic share price manipulation.
terminated
15/11/2017
14:37
Perhaps in an increasingly automated system, the tops and bottoms become more extreme before they reverse... some of the top stocks have crazy high ratings.
yump
15/11/2017
14:36
Just read an interesting article in New Scientist about the effect of automated trading and the increase in tracker fund investment (which is of course automated). Bit complicated for me to summarise, but the essence was that as more automatic trading takes place, the investments that are not automated have more extreme effects. The article also noted that the workings of an automated system are not necessarily understandable from the outside - witnessed by the less than a day mini-crashes that have happened over the last few years.
yump
15/11/2017
14:16
Time Volume Trade Type13:46:57  358 Automatic Trade13:38:21  2390 Ordinary trade13:36:50  319 Automatic Trade13:35:49 100 Automatic Trade13:33:57 1,000 Ordinary tradeLook at those AutoTrades. This is being manipulated down so they can fill their boots at rock bottom.
terminated
15/11/2017
11:08
No leak. All small caps Being hammered at present. Definite buying opportunity
dealy
14/11/2017
18:15
Looking like a 17 year low - 2000. Richard Griffiths increasing his stake here but some institutions selling - what do they know? Has there been a leak before next week? Results 23rd Nov
justiceforthemany
14/11/2017
16:33
close to an all time low here, 15 year low at least
davemac3
14/11/2017
12:38
I think quite a few are being affected in advance (as always), by the prospect of interest rate rises + consumer slowdown + Brexit + possible Labour gov. Any stock that could be affected by them - which is quite a few - including some that seem to be down for inexplicable reasons. However, looking back at many stocks, its apparent that once the tide has turned in either direction the rises and falls seem to go on for ever - presumably just persistent buying or selling and automated trading by funds etc.
yump
14/11/2017
11:06
I could name 30 stocks like this that have drifted to all time lows on low volume recently. My theory is that funds only buy mega caps and pi's have lost interest in everything except housing. Only M&A can save us
dealy
10/11/2017
10:18
A few bumps with retailers being out of favour but MTC have the right focus and as you say kMann more births internationally and the focus on bricks and clicks as a brand leader with a focus on babies,not even toddlers.
clocktower
02/11/2017
11:13
Oh look up she miraculously goes again....
terminated
31/10/2017
09:33
I think you missing the point, more immigration has led to more births.
kmann
30/10/2017
19:22
Unfortunately most of that rise will be due to immigration and as the most popular british name for baby boys is Muhammad I wouldn't count on those tight wads to make an impact.
terminated
30/10/2017
16:12
More births due for the UK as population grows. Good for MTC https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2017/oct/26/uk-population-set-to-pass-70-million-by-mid-2029
kmann
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