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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% 112.50 105.00 120.00 112.50 112.50 112.50 5,000 08:00:00
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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28/11/2006
21:19
Great, mykai, someone to talk to at least. :-)
diogenesj
28/11/2006
21:07
i am same as you DiogenesJ
mykai
28/11/2006
16:00
Still holding. Wish I'd been quicker and sold at the open yesterday, but at this price they look good enough value to me.
diogenesj
28/11/2006
15:40
The above charts kind of look like MSI sticking two fingers at investors!
spiritbear
28/11/2006
14:04
XD - with you on this, probably need a bigger sock drawer now though.
milesy
28/11/2006
10:53
Looks like all the holders from this board + naked trader followers all sold yesterday(including me), shares look decent value now but there looks a lack of interest now, interesting to see if people who sold start buying back in at lower prices. one market maker raised the bid to try and drum up some interest!
wipo1
27/11/2006
17:24
the boy is back!!!! http://www.icelolly.tv/show.php?vid=V58
pobby2
27/11/2006
17:23
xdavid. When I sold this afternoon the nms was 1000 to sell.
sidebar
27/11/2006
15:37
Possible director's buying in at these levels.Long-term, chart still looks good. Good Luck all.
barn owl
27/11/2006
15:29
For what it's worth, i earlier sold back the ones I bought a few weeks back but I've kept the same core holding I have had for last two years. Maybe I've gotten too attached but I'll look on it as MSI taking a breather after two 'easy' turnaround years. I'll give them the benefit of the doubt until next results anyway. Meanwhile, tucked further back into ISA pension sock drawer. One thing though that I have noticed... The online volumes on offer all day have not dropped below the 1500 level. This is very high for MSI, compared to drops in the past. Indeed, at the moment you can actually sell 7500 online but BUY ONLY 1500!!! Someone seems keen on these at this price...
xdavid
27/11/2006
15:11
It's okay Angora, I could have posted that an hour sooner I guess, just thought there wasn't much positive in doing it for the existing holders as it doesn't add much CR
cockneyrebel
27/11/2006
14:50
£150 to sell, now. Think I will just hold on to mine. No point in selling with the sheep! G
goatman
27/11/2006
14:27
Yep. Must admit I also sold my last lot since my last post, in the early/mid-160p's. Same as others here - unlikely to be any saving grace RNS's till the next results etc etc. Might as well wait for the price to drift till then. Even if MSI start doing more buybacks, why buy in now? Good luck all, especially with Robbie's lot exiting.
rivaldo
27/11/2006
14:25
CR, No criticism implied by my post. Thanks for posting your rationale Good luck in your other holdings.
angora7
27/11/2006
14:03
Robbie Burns has decided to sell as well on the basis of an only OK report: "...there just isn't any obvious upside for probably at least four months....So while I don't think they will head south much more I also don't think they will go north much either and will end up in the 165-180 area and staying there....there is no point tying up capital here I sold....Disappointing all round!" His followers will probably sell now as well.
spiritbear
27/11/2006
13:47
diogenes, apologies for not responding to your last post (friday before last), been in tokyo until yesterday, and couldn't seem to get the uk site to open (my japanese is rubbish) all - sorry to see today's repitition of the last set of results - gl to holders
dayjob
27/11/2006
13:47
diogenes, apologies for not responding to your last post (friday before last), been in tokyo until yesterday, and couldn't seem to get the uk site to open (my japanese is rubbish) all - sorry to see today's repitition of the last set of results - gl to holders
dayjob
27/11/2006
13:28
I just sold out actually Angora, taken me the morning to decide exactly what I should do and what I think. Wasn't sure what to do on these results, and what to make of them. Having studied them, debated the cash they have they look pretty decent value assuming H2 is as good as H1 the PE isn't that high if you strip out the cash and the divi is secure and they are ISAable. But sadly, thinking about the lack of newsflow here over the next 6 months (and I can't see MSI changing) then I think I can use the money better elsewhere for the return that's likely. That's life, love affairs end :-) Luckily I never had the large amount I was holding 9 months ago. I think if I'd held many more I'd have definitely lobbed a chunk at the open. Shame. Can't say much else really, most been said above. I do think they look a bit target for VTG somehow and won't be surprised to see that happen now I've sold. CR
cockneyrebel
27/11/2006
12:10
Hmm...someone is conspicuous by their absence so far today...sounds like he's sold up.
angora7
27/11/2006
11:29
On the face of it, the results are disappointing. However, true to form, the information disclosed is less than helpful in understanding the half year performance. In the first half of last year, the JV business provided £464k of total operating profit of £1,959k; in the 2nd half the JV made a loss of £27k out of an overall op profit of £1,912k. Therefore the other two legs of the business showed good growth at the operating profit level of £3,434k for the full year compared to the previous year £2,843k. With the change in the accounting policy, the split now is totally obscured. I think I remember reading a post some time ago from CR saying that they were developing a further business line. It is possible that this may explain partially the increase in cap ex and the profit only standing still (and why the change in accounting policy is now been actioned). It is frustrating that this company seems determined to hide its light under a bushel. I suppose a worrying aspect is turnover, but this can be impacted by timing on contracts. Although told the order book is good, we are not told how much it is or any comparatives that would make such information worthwhile. Holding on if only in hope.
smiler1
27/11/2006
10:51
barn owl - its called milking the PIs
narindg
27/11/2006
10:48
So having a cautious optimism in a company's outlook, now denotes a profit warning for the future, the way the share price has been marked down! It's a funny old game in the market these days. Good Luck.
barn owl
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