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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ms International Plc LSE:MSI London Ordinary Share GB0005957005 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 112.50 105.00 120.00 112.50 110.00 110.00 500 08:00:04
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 61.2 -3.3 -15.1 - 19

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16/11/2006
16:59
probably on Plus markets
cambium
16/11/2006
16:55
well, i sold my small but perfectly formed 3,500 at 8.30'ish this morning for £1.87, cos rnwh just looking too good to ignore. can anyone clever tell me why it hasn't shown up please?
dayjob
16/11/2006
08:26
I guess yesterday and this morning share price dip is profit taking, despite any buys from Robbie followers.
spiritbear
15/11/2006
22:17
Just musing on riv's post about Robbie Burns' position and stop losses. Target 245p, stop loss 145p. His average purchase price about 185p. He's obviously thought it a worthwhile punt in the 180s, so how happy would he be to be stopped out at 145p? Seems highly unlikely right now, and if the results confirm the optimism, the share should do well over the traditionally benign winter months. So a stop loss at 145p is irrelevant. Think back, though, to last summer. MSI hadn't put a foot wrong but Robbie's stop would most likely have been triggered, putting him out at the summer low. I can't believe he'd have been happpy with that. There's an art about setting an appropriate stop-loss level which makes blind and unthinking obeisance to the stop-loss mantra more damaging to your wealth than not having one.
njp
15/11/2006
21:59
TD Waterhouse gives a date of 29th Nov but the LSE Almanac says sometime next week.
reeshar
15/11/2006
12:33
I hadn't realised Robbie Burns bought in again yesterday. Let's hope he's right about another 50p in the price. And I got verbal confirmation from MSI that they were sticking on the main market so I have no reason to think otherwise. Here's what Robbie said yesterday: "One new top up for me today and that's in MS International (MSI) I bought 2,000 shares at 189.45p. Target 245 stop 145. That's to add to my other two positions at 176 and 184. Slightly irritated as I got a 15 second countdown at 186.5 but got the quote pulled as I pressed to accept and had to take the higher price. Happens sometimes and nothing one can do! There has been much buying in the run-up to results. Not sure of the exact day but they reported on 23rd November last year so I guess results will be around then. Its last statement it confirmed all three of its divisions (defence, forgings and forecourt structures) increased profitability and I'm hoping for a very upbeat statement. It also recently won an MOD order for naval gun systems and it will be interesting to see how this is going. The only downside on the horizon for me was gossip about a move to AIM - however the company did say it wasn't in their plans so I hope they are to be trusted. But generally I have felt this year the company could be undervalued by 50p or so. I now hope my patience in holding will be rewarded."
rivaldo
15/11/2006
06:56
ok, will take a look, cheers CR
cockneyrebel
14/11/2006
22:22
OT : will have a proper look CR, on first sight looks good. In return (!) have a look at GNG, results out in 2 weeks following an excellent trading statement - my thread header post says it all.
rivaldo
14/11/2006
20:27
Hi Goatman, yep, out of ISA cash sadly! DorQ - you're right, one of those stocks you can just relax with and wait for the action. Thought you said VTC then Rivaldo - I've been buying that - looks interesting to me - HD-TV equipment and digital photography - red hot products. Directors buying, earnings growing at around 80%. Fwd PE about 12. Not the cheapest stock but cheap for that growth and director buys make it look more interesting imo. I suppose MSI will just spring the results on us again and no notice in advance - saves them £40 on an RNS I guess. CR
cockneyrebel
14/11/2006
20:19
Reeshar, go back quite a few posts and you'll find references to where MSI-Defence seem to provide the gun systems for most or all of VT Group's Offshore Patrol Vessels, Type 45's etc, so there is at the least a very good relationship there.
rivaldo
14/11/2006
20:12
Interesting the tie up with VTG, Rivaldo, can you elabourate ? I've been holding VTG for a while and been rather bearish on it recently looking at the charts. Only held on for the results in the hope of a bit of excitement. My feeling at the moment is to cash in VTG tomorrow whether it recovers during the day or not.
reeshar
14/11/2006
13:27
MSI is like a good old pair of slippers. So comfortable you don't know you've got them and you can easily forget them - but there are times when you're glad you got them.
doubleorquits
14/11/2006
12:24
Taking a breather now. Looks like my post about VT Group's RNS earlier got some interested!
rivaldo
14/11/2006
10:06
Am I seeing correctly? It's not another ADVFN pricing problem is it?
spiritbear
14/11/2006
09:57
Good morning CR :o). ISA looking perky this am. MSI is my biggest ISA holding. DTZ has a nice statement out today too. G
goatman
14/11/2006
09:53
Blimey, just got in to see the price - that's a wow! :-) Nearly broken out - all blow together :-) CR
cockneyrebel
14/11/2006
09:53
results 2 weeks away and moving well. Breakout pretty certain imo.
johnrxx99
14/11/2006
09:47
Sidebar - I felt exactly the same but stayed and topped, up wish I'd done same with cable&wireless, but you cant win them all!! Stormy
onlyonestorm
14/11/2006
09:39
hanging on in there......yip.
dayjob
14/11/2006
09:39
Strange how I can change my mind so easily! I said to myself during the long boring days of 1-60ish "If only I'd sold at 1-90 during June.If it ever reaches those levels again I'm out! Definately!" Needless to say I'm still holding :-)
sidebar
14/11/2006
09:33
Sure gotta be patient with this one, but the moves are well worth waiting for. :)
njp
14/11/2006
09:30
HAVE IT!!!!!!!!!
onlyonestorm
14/11/2006
09:29
:::::::::::ooooooooooooooooo)))))))))))))))))
iandippie
14/11/2006
09:20
Hmmmm....:o)))
rivaldo
14/11/2006
08:21
Good stuff today from MSI's partner, VT Group - current stuff is going well and looks like lots more work in the pipeline: http://www.investegate.co.uk/Article.aspx?id=200611140700350131M "VT Shipbuilding has shown good profit performance in the first half of the year, despite a disappointing performance from our Marine Products businesses. This reflects continuing progress in the programme to supply blocks for the Royal Navy's Type 45 Anti-Air Warfare Destroyer and the achievement of the requisite milestones in our programme to build Fast Attack Craft (FAC) for the Hellenic Navy, in partnership with Elefsis Shipbuilding. Three FACs have now been accepted by the customer and prospects remain good for the ordering of a further two ships. The second Type 45 ship block was delivered to BAE Systems during the period and the programme for all six ships remains on schedule." "The Royal Navy Offshore Patrol Vessel, HMS Clyde, has now started trials and is expected to be officially accepted later this month. She is scheduled to be deployed to the Falkland Islands next Spring." In particular: "Following the announcement that we have been named preferred bidder to build three Ocean Patrol Vessels for the Government of Oman, we expect the contract to be signed by the end of the year. It is anticipated that this contract will be worth approximately £400m." And interestingly: "VT Shipbuilding is pursuing an opportunity to build Offshore Patrol Vessels for Trinidad and Tobago and we expect an announcement on Preferred Bidder by the end of the year."
rivaldo
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