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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% 112.50 105.00 120.00 112.50 105.50 110.00 254 08:00:08
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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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
25/1/2007
11:35
Hopefully a recovery on the way! Good luck all.
barn owl
25/1/2007
11:33
http://fool.uk-wire.com/cgi-bin/articles/200701251125241268Q.html 1) NAME OF COMPANY MS INTERNATIONAL PLC 2) NAME OF DIRECTOR MICHAEL J BELL 3) Please state whether notification indicates that it is in respect of holding of the Director named in 2 above or holding of that person's spouse or children under the age of 18 or in respect of an non-beneficial interest DIRECTOR'S HOLDING 4) Name of the registered holder(s) and, if more than one holder, the number of shares held by each of them. (If notified) MICHAEL J BELL 7) Number of shares/amount of stock acquired 12,500 8) Percentage of issued Class 0.07% 11) Class of security 10P ORDINARY SHARES 12) Price per share 137P 13) Date of transaction 24/01/2007 14) Date company informed 24/01/2007 15) Total holding following this notification 3,612,519 16) Total percentage holding of issued class following this notification 19.31%
xdavid
25/1/2007
11:29
Good to see a small director buy adding to a considerable holding he must see the bargain and know the direction the company is heading
mykai
04/1/2007
09:02
Decided to cut losses this morning and move on to new pastures.
milesy
03/1/2007
16:40
Down another 2.5p.............only 19p more to go.
carver66
02/1/2007
21:42
12 month low today and the drift continues..............
carver66
01/1/2007
19:56
These will drift downwards now for a few months - barring some unexpected good news. Far better opportunities out there then watching this go down to 115p.
carver66
31/12/2006
17:50
Chester, a word of warning here - and maybe the reason for the latest decline? I'd been thinking about buying back in once the dust settled heer, but this from today's Sunday Times is not good news for MSI - it's the type 45's for which MSI's defence systems are deployed: http://www.timesonline.co.uk/newspaper/0,,176-2524444,00.html "Half of Royal Navy's ships in mothballs as defence cuts bite Michael Smith HALF of the Royal Navy is to be "mothballed" as it bears the brunt of cuts imposed after a series of expensive procurement projects and the hidden costs of the conflicts in Afghanistan and Iraq. Six destroyers and frigates and two other vessels are expected to be put into reduced readiness, known as mothballing, to achieve urgent savings of more than £250m. It can take up to 18 months to bring mothballed ships back into service. The armed forces have been told to save more than £250m this year, and £1 billion by April 2008, amid a "rebalancing" of the Ministry of Defence's (MoD's) spending plans, defence sources disclosed. The MoD will also cancel the last two of the eight Type-45 destroyers the navy was supposed to get. The navy was promised the government would provide these in exchange for cutting 15 major ships in 2004, sources said. Julian Lewis, the Tories' defence spokesman, said the fresh cuts were "absolutely devastating stuff" and that cutting the number of Type-45 destroyers would be "catastrophic"."
rivaldo
30/12/2006
12:07
One to watch I reckon for a bounce ?
chester
29/12/2006
10:12
Looks like crash - this will be a shorters dream now..........
carver66
29/12/2006
09:54
At critical support level now - - will it bounce or crash?
carver66
20/12/2006
19:05
No, that only happens to me!!!!!!!! Stormy PS, I hope your right though
onlyonestorm
20/12/2006
19:04
Thse will soar now - I sold today to raise cash for my tax bill at the end of Jan.
david77
20/12/2006
18:29
Teh market is an ass.
hammy davies snr
20/12/2006
17:58
Has anybody got any thoughts on the real reason why Michael Bell backed of from the aim listing?.
spud14
05/12/2006
16:17
Thanks for that. I've had a quick look at the co. and it doesn't seem to me as if it justifies being this lowly rated. Time will tell I suppose. Had a small punt there(trade not showing yet). Good luck with it to all holders anyway.
cwa1
05/12/2006
15:33
I don't think forecasts are ever available for this company, CWA1. Investor relations are not their forte. I think they are probably quite good value at this price - but in the absence of forecasts, it's hard to be sure.
diogenesj
05/12/2006
15:08
If you go by the chart then MSI is at a crucial support level. If it fails to hold then next likely support level would be around 135p, then around 126p. Can't see it going any lower than that.
wiganer
05/12/2006
14:54
Afternoon Everyone Couldn't help but notice that the price has drifted off a wee bit of late. Wondered if it was getting tempting or if the consensus is that it has further to go? Anyone got any up to date forecasts for the co.? Thanks in advance for any helpful comments.
cwa1
05/12/2006
09:33
Your right, that was a little bounce!
spiritbear
28/11/2006
22:13
I'm holding my wedge of MSI too....... sure the results were a little disappointing but the 20% drop in price is a little too excessive in my opinion. Haapy to hold and review over the next 6 months or so.
jgscott
28/11/2006
22:12
I'm holding my wedge of MSI too....... sure the results were a little disappointing but the 20% drop in price is a little too excessive in my opinion. Haapy to hold and review over the next 6 months or so.
jgscott
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