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
  +0.00p +0.00% 179.00p 172.00p 186.00p 179.00p 179.00p 179.00p 0 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 77.7 4.8 23.1 7.7 31

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
27/4/2008
22:22
SFR are total quality - read the accounts, news releases and look at the director buy activity. - Market leader - No debt - Strong order book - Huge drop in share price for no good reason Nuff said...
darola
27/4/2008
21:00
Well SFR has probably dropped since your act of boredom so be mindful that it may cost you...I certainly prefer MSI but you pays your money and....
davidosh
26/4/2008
11:03
Got bored!
darola
25/4/2008
00:18
Blimey only six days ago you liked MSI because it was off the radar now you are off because it is not exciting enough !!! No suiting some people but I am staying for the next bit of excitement.
davidosh
24/4/2008
22:07
Enough for me, 17% in a couple of weeks - have now moved on - topped up in SFR... (Got a bit more going on!)
darola
18/4/2008
11:20
Nice lift today - maintaining the upward trend. I like this share because it is off the radar - ie: no MM messin about with it.
darola
14/4/2008
16:55
Is that tumble weed i can see.....
darola
09/4/2008
14:56
Yes, these look ready for another leg-up from today. Good luck punters!
barn owl
09/4/2008
14:43
Quite on here? Just been tipped by NT, looks good so I've come in for a few...
darola
16/3/2008
23:10
Different Michael Bell... http://www.thefuturesofthehumanrace.com/bell_bio.html
xdavid
25/2/2008
18:53
no, michael bell... definitely... i once worked as a freelance editor on one of their newsletters... in fact when they pulled out of publishing business newsletters, i took it on under my own roof for a couple of years.
brando69
25/2/2008
18:29
That was Tim Bell wasn't it, Chairman of CHW I think. CR
cockneyrebel
25/2/2008
18:03
is the chairman the same michael bell who used to run business seminars international? ex tory parliamentary candidate? ,
brando69
25/2/2008
17:59
Are these ISABLE guys?
gswredland
14/2/2008
08:56
A nice buy just gone through, £2.40 by May/June!!
onlyonestorm
28/1/2008
13:32
phew LOL
cambium
28/1/2008
13:10
Cambium - You beat me to it!! Stormy
onlyonestorm
28/1/2008
12:53
Chairman Michael Bell acquired 2,500 shares at 200 pence apiece, bringing his stake to 4.47 mln shares or 24.12 pct in the company. On Nov 29, 2007, Bell purchased 6,700 shares at 233 pence each, lifting his stake to 4.46 mln shares, or 24.11 pct, in the company.
cambium
29/11/2007
14:24
"A big sign would be further buybacks or director buying in coming months." Well, surprise surprise :-) The RNS actually came out whilst I was composing the above post - I should check my email more often! Michael Bell buys another 6,700 @ £2.33 taking holding to 4.46 million (24%) http://fool.uk-wire.com/cgi-bin/articles/200711291247477892I.html It may be relatively small increase for him but it's enough for me. I've followed his example - the outlook is just too tantalising! -david
xdavid
29/11/2007
13:31
Interesting to see the increase in information contained in the interims. Far more than previous years and more than is usually contained in the finals! Looks like they have taken onboard previous comments to them about lack of transparency regarding the different divisions, with this putting off some investors. Coupled with the audit statement from Ernst & Young (first time I have seen their hat in the mix), I'm wondering if all this adds up to an upcoming push for more investor exposure? Unusually bullish statements from Michael Bell (backed up by pre-close director buying and the comment regarding retention of exercised options)with phrases like "good visibility" and "forthcoming surge". Even his typical, cautious, ending comment regarding short-term outlook contained the word "buoyant" - careful now, Michael, you'll be getting accused of exuberance! From the comments, the capital spending signalled in 2006 looks like it is winding down. Despite the obvious large expenditure they still managed to increase cash in hand year on year so the next few years "record order book" earnings should benefit from the resultant leverage. That sizeable capital expenditure for defence division in combination with the H2 "surge" comment does look extremely tantalising, WCB! 2008 estimates (mine) with historic 2007 in brackets, @225p ... E (fully diluted) ... 21.2 (17.5) - see note 1 PE ... 10.6 (12.9) PEG ... 0.51 (0.57) divi yld ... 1.8% (1.6%) cash per share ... 60p (46p) - presumes net cash inflow continues for H2 Note 1. Earnings - MSI usually have about 25% uplift in H2. The comments suggest this is going to be sizeably increased this year but I have only chalked in a 35% (cautious) increase. All in all, I like it. Finals should be really interesting. A big sign would be further buybacks or director buying in coming months. -david
xdavid
29/11/2007
09:14
Nice move this am
cambium
29/11/2007
08:14
Look at the segmental info at the bottom - really large profit increases for forecourts and forgings. Meanwhile defence earnings have been reduced by investment to meet the substantial sales increases flagged up as due in H2 and next year. Go figure, as they say :-)
westcountryboy
29/11/2007
07:36
good results yet again, tons of cash too. I like this - how refreshing: "In addition, I, together with my two executive directors, exercised options to purchase a total of 1,912,521 ordinary shares in the Company. It is our intention to hold these shares as long term investments. " CR
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