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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30/9/2011
03:33
us order was 15 guns i believe so its 2million a piece
patricia59
22/9/2011
08:46
Rivaldo In your opinion, how much revenue and profit might MSI gain for each DS30B REMSIG 30mm gun. If you are unable to hazard a guess, the spirit of my question is this: Is this order a real big deal for the company or a small footnote. Thanks in advance. Curious
curious
22/9/2011
07:12
What are the chances of this 26% stake being used as a base to launch a takeover ?
mikepompeyfan
21/9/2011
10:52
Beat you to it by 9 minutes CR :o))
rivaldo
21/9/2011
09:53
10k director buy. CR
cockneyrebel
21/9/2011
09:44
How much more proof do people need to invest? The CEO is telling the market again - he's just bought another 10,000 shares at 242.5p and now owns over 26% of MSI: http://www.investegate.co.uk/Article.aspx?id=201109210908506408O
rivaldo
18/9/2011
19:32
I think this is something we weren't aware of before? From today's Sunday Times, the Government has just green-lit a project for 13 new frigates to come into service for 2020: http://www.thesundaytimes.co.uk/sto/news/uk_news/Defence/article778514.ece "Navy's eco-warrior frigates to be greenest ships ever Thirteen environmentally-friendly combat ships, costing £350m each, will be in the service of the Royal Navy by 2020 Tim Ripley Published: 18 September 2011 "An eco-friendly warship that moves almost silently and is fitted with underwater drones is to become the new mainstay of the Royal Navy. The global combat vessel, 13 of which are due to come into service from 2020, will be the "greenest" warship to have seen service in the navy. To cut fuel consumption and reduce emissions it will use selective catalytic reactors - similar to catalytic converters on cars - low-consumption LED electric lighting and drag-reducing non-stick paint on the hulls. However, the ship's massive firepower could hardly be seen as environmentally friendly. It will bristle with weaponry, including a 4½in cannon, and in front of the bridge will be vertical-launch missile tubes capable of firing air-defence or land-attack missiles. It will also have dual drive. "The ship will run on diesel drive when it needs silent running to hunt submarines," said Brian Johnson, a member of the team from BAE Systems that worked on the design. He added: "But when it needs speed the gas turbine will be engaged." Naval architects began drawing up plans for the Type 26 frigate after Liam Fox, the defence secretary, gave the green light to the project earlier this year. Billed as the first true "post-cold war" warship to be designed for the navy, it is intended to be as effective against pirates in speedboats as it is in naval battles and is a replacement for the Type 23 frigates, the first of which was commissioned in 1989." The good news - it seems that MSI-Defence will provide the gun systems for the Type 26.... http://www.pymes75.plus.com/military/t26.htm "Armament: 1 x BAe Mk 8 Mod 1 4.5" (114mm) Gun Vertical Launch System: 16 x SAM (CAAM | Aster) 2 x Quad Boeing AGM-84 Harpoon Missile launchers 2 x MSI-Defence DS30B REMSIG 30mm guns"
rivaldo
06/9/2011
07:51
A new Type 45 destroyer has been completed - this should book a nice large profit for MSI-Defence: http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/life/courtsocial/article3153050.ece "September 3 2011 12:01AM HMS Dragon enters her new home The Royal Navy's latest ship, the Type 45 destroyer Dragon, this week sailed into her new home, Portsmouth Naval Base. Having been formally accepted from the shipbuilders BAE Systems, the destroyer will now undergo a series of trials and tests before being declared ready for operations. At 7,500 tons full load displacement (the size of a Second World War cruiser), and formidably armed with missiles and guns, the gas turbine-powered Type 45 destroyers are the most powerful escorts ever to enter service with the Royal Navy. Equipped with the Sampson multi-function radar, which can detect targets up to 220 nautical miles (400km) away and armed with the Sea Viper missile defence system, HMS Dragon is able to defend the Fleet against multiple attacks from even the most sophisticated aircraft and anti-ship missiles, simultaneously approaching from any direction and at supersonic speeds."
rivaldo
05/9/2011
08:13
Good to see you here CR. Director buying was happening last month at 247.5p, so investors can pay only just above that now... Given the bullish IMS and that director buying I may well ISA some more given available funds.
rivaldo
30/8/2011
13:25
Bought in today - rather a bargain at this level imo :-) CR Above 245p. So why didn't you buy it at 210p, 3 weeks ago?
gorse
30/8/2011
12:01
Bought in today - rather a bargain at this level imo :-) CR
cockneyrebel
16/8/2011
10:20
Up again on a down day for the markets. Good to see the spread down to an unusually small 10p too.
rivaldo
15/8/2011
14:00
Cheers paleje, tres bien - another break coming soon before the little 'un has to go back to school! Unusually for MSI you can currently buy 2,500 shares online at 269p. I'd suggest that anyone wanting to buy might wish to snap these up - the most you can usually get in one swoop is usually just 500-1,250 shares or even less.
rivaldo
15/8/2011
10:38
Dunno about pronto the way things are but here's hoping. Trust you had a nice break rivaldo.
paleje
15/8/2011
10:02
Recovering nicely - back to 330p+ pronto?
rivaldo
11/8/2011
08:21
Encouraging to see the share price tick up after a mere 800 share buy. Never much stock around here, especially when the directors seem to take up most of the slack!
rivaldo
10/8/2011
10:48
Terrific trading update whilst I was away on hols, and more director share buying yesterday - £13k's worth is a decent chunk and takes his stake up to 26.16%: http://www.investegate.co.uk/Article.aspx?id=201108091109040155M I wonder if Bell intends to take his stake up to 29.9%? Now would certainly also be a good time for more buybacks if my expectations of 35p-40p EPS this year are realised. Great to see all 3 divisions thriving - I suspect the Shell garage acquisition I posted about earlier will keep MSI busy for some time to come.
rivaldo
08/8/2011
13:58
Agreed, reassuring in light of current uncertainties.
paleje
08/8/2011
12:19
A nice trading update from MSI today: http://www.advfn.com/p.php?pid=nmona&article=48738068 Amid all the chaos on the markets, it's good to hear that MSI's business is improving all the time.
mr. t
07/8/2011
10:43
Extract from the Outlook statement 9th June:- ''Maintaining general economic momentum in the coming months of the summer holiday period will be critical if the revival is to continue without interruption.'' So we can expect some interruption then :-)
paleje
05/8/2011
16:29
stegrego - that's because you are an amateur. I've made that many in the last month!
nomunnofun
05/8/2011
16:16
Not hard to make mistakes in this market, could be the seller who's making the mistake.
paleje
05/8/2011
16:11
Clearly seller not finished. So thats mistake #324 of this year.
stegrego
05/8/2011
14:36
Picked some up at 200p. If the world isnt going to end then it look good for a decent profit going forward.
stegrego
04/8/2011
12:47
Good Head and shoulders forming here.Interesting I cant Buy but can sell if i want ? Been quoted a sell price of 229, but current buy price is 226 What is going on ?
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