Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Mountfield Group Plc LSE:MOGP London Ordinary Share GB00B3CQW227 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 1.50 1.40 1.60 1.50 1.50 1.50 0.00 08:00:16
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 16.2 1.1 0.3 5.6 4

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
13/11/2019
12:48
Interesting commentary from Billington Steel at Mello event re: Data Centre projects with one of their Tier 1 contractor clients ISG who are also a client on MOGP.https://www.isgplc.com/en/our-experience/technology-science-and-health/datacentres-and-high-techDiscussions around Google, their Belgian data centres and aggressive growth
norbert colon
12/11/2019
09:38
AUK and NWT attacking their highs. Different sectors but have similar cycles. Mogp next
mikeh30
12/11/2019
09:26
I was going to make the same point alan. With rose tinted specs on, one could take the view that the longer it takes for a new contract announcement, the more substantial it might be :)
gleach23
12/11/2019
09:16
Were you expecting something? In 2018 there was a trading statement in September then nothing until January 2019 when contract wins were announced, then nothing until the results on 11th March.
alan@bj
12/11/2019
07:47
No news here for nearly two months!Whats been going on?
susiebe
07/11/2019
07:32
The Board expects the results for the full year to show improvement on those for 2018.Connaught Access Flooring Limited and Mountfield Building Group Limited are both performing strongly and have a combined order book of GBP10.85m and both companies are in the process of negotiating or tendering for substantial new contracts.Think it's time for a substantial contract to be announced
mikeh30
01/11/2019
15:02
From above courtesy Norbert. As one of the four financial capitals in Europe (Frankfurt, London, Amsterdam and Paris), London is seen as one of the tier 1 co-location data centre markets in Europe. As we increase our reliance on digital applications, we boost our need to connect, transfer, store and protect that data. While the financial markets have traditionally been at the heart of this development, it’s becoming more relevant for general business, and significant investment is being funnelled to fund further development. Despite the uncertainty of Brexit, the London market shows no signs of slowing down. Access to the relevant skills to build and operate data centers are abundant. At the same time, these specialist resources are being drawn to the growing number of large scale DC developments across the other tier 1 DC markets and the Nordics. As an IT and media sector magnet, investment in low-latency networks and infrastructure across London has never been greater. It’s safe to say, the sector is booming.
dan de lion
31/10/2019
23:13
Good find Norbert!
molatovkid
31/10/2019
22:02
https://www.arcadis.com/en/europe/arcadis-blog/anders-eklund/meeting-global-demand/?_lrsc=dbab1252-d737-400d-8e7d-81df271ecaed&utm_source=elevate_twitter&utm_medium=post_elevate
norbert colon
17/10/2019
14:25
Could do with them announcing the winning of some of the "substantial" contracts under tender.
dan de lion
11/10/2019
14:52
Thanks - hopefully some of this market optimism which has been somewhat rare of late will rub off here soon. GL yourself for BRD although I think my portfolio is speculative enough without a company with 'diamonds' in its name ;)
gleach23
11/10/2019
13:30
Thanks gleach23 - yes, the 130k's mine. When it didn't appear in the usual buy/sell lists I guessed it would show up elsewhere. Looking back, the lowest which I ever managed to buy at was 1.145p, although it was Jan 2015 and that offer price didn't stay open long....about the same as now, from your check. Gl here, however you go. BRD...?, for interest. f
fillipe
11/10/2019
13:16
hi fillipe...if it was 130k then it's showing on NEX Looks like 3 buys today as online quotes were down @ 1.36 to buy earlier although now nudged up to 1.42. Plenty of stock currently available so looks like there remains some to clear.
gleach23
11/10/2019
12:56
I've just now taken a decent sized lump, although the trade is not showing on the LSE. My past experiences of buying MOGP at sub-1.5p have always been rewarding, fwiw. f
fillipe
07/10/2019
09:41
Couldn't resist topping up this morning. 8% off seemed a bit steep on top of the recent drift which often occurs between results here.
gleach23
18/9/2019
06:56
Balance Sheet continues to strengthen. Current Assets - Current Liabilities improved to -364k from -1075k a year earlier.
shanklin
18/9/2019
06:40
Yep............not gonna blow the lights out but with some grim numbers in the construction sector of late a fairly robust performance......
soundbuy
18/9/2019
06:39
Good results. Where next. Trade sale maybe
a2584728
18/9/2019
06:33
Steady as she goes then, slight improvement in the numbers and healthy order book...with a strong 2nd half to come by the looks of things
molatovkid
18/9/2019
06:10
18 September 2019 Mountfield Group Plc Half-yearly report to 30 June 2019 Mountfield Group Plc ("the Group"), the AIM listed commercial flooring and specialist construction services company announces its half-yearly report to 30 June 2019. -- Net profit before tax for the first half of the year was GBP719k (2018: GBP695k). -- Turnover increased from GBP8.87m to GBP9.14m over corresponding period. -- The Board anticipates an improved performance for the whole of 2019 over 2018. The value of the Group's secured order book is higher than the same point last year at GBP10.85m. Peter Jay (Non-Executive Chairman) and Andy Collins (Group CEO) said: We are pleased to report that the improvement in the Group's performance and profitability that we have seen over the last few years has continued into the first half of 2019. Net profits for the period are similar to the figure achieved in the corresponding period of the previous year. The Board expects the results for the full year to show improvement on those for 2018. Connaught Access Flooring Limited and Mountfield Building Group Limited are both performing strongly and have a combined order book of GBP10.85m and both companies are in the process of negotiating or tendering for substantial new contracts. Mountfield Group Plc (the "Company" or "the Group") Half-yearly report to 30 June 2019 Connaught Access Flooring Limited ("CAF") CAF has had a good first half of the year with turnover of GBP3.9m (2018 - GBP5.1m) and a profit before tax of GBP502k (2018 - GBP392k) generated during the period reflecting improved final margins on larger contracts. CAF continues to be a market leader in its sector and has a proven track record of successfully delivering some of the largest contracts in the raised access flooring market. Mountfield Building Group Limited ("MBG") MBG has had another strong six months following on from a very good year last year and has generated profits before tax in the first half of the year of GBP356k (2018 - GBP456k). Whilst turnover increased to GBP5.2m from GBP3.8m, over the corresponding period last year, lower margins are anticipated on some of the larger contracts. This increase in turnover has been achieved by continuing to successfully deliver projects to its clients including those major contracts that have previously been announced. Group The Board anticipates the Group performing well in the second half of the year and also CAF and MBG securing further business that will ensure a strong platform for 2020.
someuwin
13/9/2019
07:45
I added some more yesterday.
dan de lion
12/9/2019
14:47
Nice to see the solitary buy today. However it ought to be compulsory for all companies to announce the dates for Interims and Finals in advance imo though - it's no wonder these spike in the first half hour of trading on days when good results are announced :)
gleach23
10/9/2019
10:15
To be fair MOGP actually state that 5G work will not materialise until 2020, but they are also bullish on the work that they continue to accrue without it, only stating that in the future 5G work should be substantial and with a ten year life span.
dan de lion
07/9/2019
10:00
It's understandable to tread quite cautiously here as data coming out from the UK construction sector is clearly not very rosy. The 5G work they hope to pick up will also not materialise until 2020.That said, MOGP have a strong order book and some long standing clients.The outlook will be key in these results as ever.
norbert colon
07/9/2019
08:00
Same here, I doubled my holding on August 22nd, paying 1.69p. Fingers crossed for decent results.
alan@bj
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