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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.075p +4.17% 1.875p 200,000 14:42:06
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1.80p 1.95p 1.875p 1.80p 1.80p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 12.69 0.86 0.25 7.5 4.8

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21/5/201916:18Mountfield Group - Restructure starting to pay off!3,170
08/6/201716:00Mountfield - Building Data Centres838
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Mountfield Daily Update: Mountfield Group Plc is listed in the Construction & Materials sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker MOGP. The last closing price for Mountfield was 1.80p.
Mountfield Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 1.33p and a 12 week average price of 1.20p.
The 1 year high share price is 2.40p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.20p.
There are currently 254,244,454 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 259,914 shares. The market capitalisation of Mountfield Group Plc is £4,767,083.51.
jakleeds: NEWS !!!
tarlok: hi ,thanks ,still think its strange for a rush of just a few sells, share price drops , looks like only MM made money ,not all those private sells at just above 1.5p ,cheers
cjohn: The BOD should be entirely focused on the company's economic performance. It's not responsable for short-term share price fluctuations, which aren't news-related. BTW the company is only mildly indebted, and debt has been reducing year on year over the last few years. At the FY it was £0.7m. In 2010, it was £5.7m. Nor does the level of receivables seem out of kilter, in this line of business.
liamnich04: Hi Gleach I quote - "Althought the boards primary concern is the group's business it is true that a substantial amount of time at board meetings is taken up with discussions about the share price and why it does not equate to our view of the value of the company" Then goes on to say he's had number of years experience with PLC's and in practice and now as a board director knows that money (even large sums) spent on PR produces some return in the short term but little to nothing beyond that. - To me this is really good news and sounds like they're not the type of people who want to spend money on promoting the company through the likes of pro active investor and share trade shows etc. I have a really good feeling about this little sub £4m compay - though I must admit, 99% my gut feeling is wrong lol
liamnich04: I e-mailed Peter Jay at 09:12 and he replied with quite an in depth response at 09:36 in fairness to him, and answered all of my questions. Nothing market sensitive of course and to confirm that he is going to issue a trading statement and he is currently working on it, with the intention to issue it within the next month. He's said he's spoken to other share holders about being unable to disclose margins as the clients would ensure the margins were reduced on subsequent contracts. In addition the information on individual contracts is often misleading without knowledge of the context e.g operating costs. His belief is that the market wants to see an extended series of good results before it marks up a share price, and is confident that 2018 was a strong year. Shareholders reaction to positive news is to sell and take small margins rather than hold on for the longer term, though he fully understands why an active share holder would do that, the impact on the share price sometimes makes this tactic self-defeating. He's also said that time at board meetings is taken up with discussions about the share price and why it does not equate to their view of the value of the company. Seems like a nice, friendly bloke willing to speak to the shareholders
rivaldo: Terrific RNS today. £7.2m of new contracts, all to be fulfilled this year - not far off last year's entire H1 turnover. For a £4.4m m/cap company the liquidity and volumes are amazing, with around £200,000 traded already. With what should be a very strong trading update to follow there's every reason for the share price to rise nicely from here.
rivaldo: Excellent coverage from Graham Neary - should bring in some interest. Interesting to see this was the first time he'd heard of MOGP: Https:// "Mountfield (LON:MOGP) Share price: 1.95p (+2.6%) No. of shares: 254 million Market cap: £5 million Half-year Report This is a new one for me. We had a few reader requests so I'm happy to take a look! It consists of three businesses that provide: data centre installation building work, employing skilled labour and subcontractors flooring installation The highlights are very encouraging. H1 turnover up 56% to £8.9 million H1 PBT more than doubles to £700k Orders higher compared to those held at the same stage a year ago. Drilling into the segmental analysis, the big win was in construction which went from breakeven last year to a PBT of about £450k this year, on greatly improved revenues. The balance sheet has negative tangible net worth and a large build-up of receivables, and is partially funded by borrowings. So it's not too pretty. My view - I imagine that these shares could easily re-rate higher when people have digested the earnings that are likely to be achieved in full-year 2018 and 2019. On current trends, it's going to look very cheap in comparison to a £5 million market cap. While it may have individual merits, it's not for me simply because this is not a sector I want to get involved with. Incidentally, I wonder what the long-term trend for data centres is likely to be. Are they likely to grow with demand, but then eventually shrink as less space is needed to store the same amount of data?"
wedward: Can't really see any point in selling at this level. Very cheap even for a very boring sector. Maybe that's the problem nothing ever happens with the share price apart from the odd spike and pull back once every six months.
mikeh30: You've been on here since march flapping it and all the share price has done is risen from 1.4 to over 2p. You change your price targets from 1.5p to less than 1p then to 1.3p just to try to get a buy in price. Guarantee the second you pull the trigger you will be ramping
likitorma: Has those contracts led to a rerate of the share price? Clearly not, but trust me, the share price will be hammered should the next update not be fully positive.
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