Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
MC Mining LSE:MCM London Ordinary Share AU000000MCM9 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 20.00p 19.00p 21.00p 20.00p 20.00p 20.00p 0 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 24.8 -73.5 -54.5 - 28.18

MC Mining Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
20/12/2007
08:22
There has been no suggestion of a profits warning, but also no forecast from the brokers for 2008 which will come in Jan.dw could be right. It's time to buy.
starwood
19/12/2007
23:05
I bought in at circa £1.20 and still have a good regard for the company. Because of the general malaise in smaller company sentiment I called my borker and tried to sell 50% of my holding last week. The mid price was from memory then 124p - I was trying to sell 7000 shares. I was quoted £1.10 as a guide price to sell my 7000 shares - I declined. Since then the share price has declined on tiny volume and to my mind shows the concern of market makers getting caught with stock in what is n illiquid market and the poor sentiment for smaller company shares at present. Nothing I have heard suggests the company is about to issue a profit warning or is struggling. Yes, - they paid a high price for the recent acquisition but it is supposed to be earnings enhancing. Interesting times when a share price can decline circa 30% on little or no volume. they
cgequityinvest
19/12/2007
19:03
This is profit warning territory i'm too scared to buy but any more weakness and i will. a bit contradictory but looking cheap P.E wise.
davidwilkin
19/12/2007
14:57
"We're looking to become a £100 million company by 2010" (Finance Director Sue Hocken last Xmas, when enthusing about bigger takeover targets)
m.t.glass
19/12/2007
14:45
Down by a third since those results
m.t.glass
16/11/2007
12:24
Another acquisition. Looking good.
jakleeds
20/10/2007
12:33
Having long promised a sizeable acquisition 'to add value for investors', staff motivation specialist MotivCom has finally delivered with a £15m deal. The proposed target is Derby-based Zibrant, a provider of venue finding, event management and motivation services to an impressive list of clients. The cash and shares deal is being partly funded by a £3.1m placing priced at 130p. Like its acquirer, Zibrant has been on a buy-and-build spree in recent years and lifted operating profits 14% to £1.4m on £19.3m sales last year. MotivCom director John Sylvester is convinced that there is more organic growth to come from Zibrant: 'Their forward visibility is good and, having seen their forward order book, we are confident.' He says, 'The things that attracted us to the deal were the strong management, great products and a great client list [including Barclays, Deloitte, Volvo and Pfizer] that has very little overlap with our own and so provides lots of cross-selling and up-selling opportunities.' Zibrant's venue-finding business capitalises on the desire of large corporates to consolidate their spending on facilities for events, conferences, training and ad hoc meetings, while event management and production is also a booming business sector that complements MotivCom's offering. At the interim, MotivCom achieved an 11% sales advance, with pre-tax profits rising 31% and dividends lifted by 43% to 0.5p. All this growth was organic, from a mix of product developments and new business wins and visibility is high with 88% of budgeted gross profits already booked. House broker Numis was forecasting earnings of 8.6p for the full year, growing 17% in 2008. The acquisition is reported to be earnings enhancing next year, so expect some revision of these numbers.
pro_better
15/10/2007
17:37
blue today-30k buys
wynmck
21/9/2007
16:39
From todays IC: "with the risk to earnings on the upside,the shares offer good value for the medium term"
wynmck
13/9/2007
10:02
"These strong results not only reflect a high level of activity across all the Groups divisions but provide the basis of substainable future growth" Everything up-again! Sound Management team here-tuck these away and sleep at night!
wynmck
13/9/2007
08:06
+31% PBT +43% Dividend Not too shabby gentlemen. Still in the game. Thank you
starwood
13/9/2007
07:34
You're doing alright Jak. :O)
liarspoker
13/9/2007
07:34
Morning, Liars. I had to get one right eventually :-)
jakleeds
13/9/2007
07:33
Nice to see these doing well for you Jak. :O)
liarspoker
13/9/2007
07:32
Nice results, hopefully will now breakout. Anyone else still in these? "I am pleased to report that that the interim results for Motivcom plc for the six-month period to June 2007 are ahead of market expectations. The results reflect a combination of organic growth and consolidation which currently characterise the sector, together with the development of new products."
jakleeds
05/9/2007
10:09
Last year's interim results were released on 27th Sept so circa three weeks to go. This share appears to have a small PI following - share turnover is low and it was interesting to see thaqt the price barely moved during the recent volatility whereas other "more popular" shares gyrated wildly as private investors ran for cover.
cgequityinvest
04/9/2007
13:27
should get an RNS with Results date any day now.....
wynmck
15/8/2007
16:45
still soaking up the sells, red all week and still 150. Smells like time for another tranche
starwood
07/8/2007
09:13
Very nice rns yesterday, I'm surprised there's been no comment so far. Everyone away on hols?
jakleeds
27/7/2007
18:23
soaking up the sells - order to fill ??
davidwilkin
05/7/2007
20:29
its ready to go any day now,the move will be quick i can see 170 on the horizon short term, but longer term £2.00 no problem
davidwilkin
05/7/2007
15:31
This spikes and drops. No trades then a flood. Rises against a tide of red then stands still in an upward surge. Yet it's up 90% since September. Any bets on 200p by Xmas? Someone somewhere knows something.
starwood
26/6/2007
11:55
cg - you may be right a nice 13000 buy this a.m - this soaks up fridays sells. im in for another 1000 shares today at 1 0 clockish.
davidwilkin
25/6/2007
18:00
No just an undervalued stock being re-rated. Nothing more,nothing less.
davidwilkin
25/6/2007
09:32
It seems strange that with very low volumes the share price continues to creep up. I assume that the market meakers have a buyer in the wings and are trying to find some sellers? Any other views?
cgequityinvest
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