Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
A & J Mucklow Group LSE:MKLW London Ordinary Share GB0006091408 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +3.75p +0.77% 488.375p 481.75p 495.00p 489.00p 488.75p 488.75p 7,727 16:35:01
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment Trusts 23.8 25.2 39.9 12.3 309.12

Mucklow Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
08/8/2017
14:36
Wow someone forced to take 4.85 for a mere ten grand sale ! Not good.
my retirement fund
28/6/2017
15:36
Big Vote of Confidence by highly regarded Money Observer magazine (edition July 2017) for Mucklow. Mucklow is the third company mentioned ( after massive Unilever and mega Alliance Pharma ) in their (self-explanatory) feature headed: "WEALTH HEROES; 10 Crisis-proof shares to BUY AND HOLD FOREVER". The full list is Unilever Alliance Pharma MUCKLOW Burford Cap Mears Group Renishaw RWS Rational (Germany) Heico(USA) Berkshire Hathaway. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
31/5/2017
12:58
Bull signal
zoolook
31/5/2017
12:05
Well if that proves the case the share price wont be going anywhere fast.Worth acquiring on bad days for a steady dividend though.
my retirement fund
31/5/2017
08:12
Rupert Mucklow (Chairman) and Justin Parker (CEO) know the industry, and the local marketplace intimately. Members of the family are still very interested in the company. I would say that a successful bid, at the current time, would be impossible.
redartbmud
30/5/2017
19:48
From memory the concert party that has control over Mucklow is around 50% of the shares. Highly unlikely to be acquired in my view. Think everyone is happy with the status quo.
topvest
30/5/2017
16:58
There is no takeover for Mucklow in my viewe unless the family chooses to sell which seems unlikely to me. Listening to a podcast on Bloomberg about USA real estate, it seems that commercial storage is in enormous demand in the USA, as high street shopping further wains at the inexorable surge of online shopping. Seems that Big Box type industrial storage and warehousing/distribution is in huge demand with rents on the up and up. The same online shopping revolution is happening in the UK. Mucklow has an excellent niche which will prove to be in great demand as the growth of internet shopping will make businesses require larger storage as they migrate from high-street distribution of product to online. Their Midlands focus makes them ideally geographically focused for this purpose Mucklow is a company that sails efficiently but quietly and enjoys being under the radar and out of the limelight. That's their house-style of doing business. Nothing wrong with that. In my view, the demand for UK commercial warehousing/storage/industrial/ distribution will pick up significant momentum and this will support and spur rents and values. A bright outlook beckons for the patient investor who, meantime, will bank high and attractive and reliable dividends. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
28/5/2017
09:28
For other posters, believe me it was not intended as a flyby comments.I had not realised it was zoolock otherwise I wouldn't have even replied, this poster is full of incorrect analysis and can be quite a nasty kettle of fish at the best of times. Shareholding error case in point and childish excuse regarding why he posted both case in points!
my retirement fund
28/5/2017
08:08
ps Sorry about overstating the shareholding
zoolook
28/5/2017
08:06
It's 10 years since I owned MKLW so just reacting to MRF who gets up my nose with his drive-by comments on various boards. To my mind MKLW rates as a highly unlikely takeover target as a cautious (low debt) family run business with a high shareholding where most investors are likely to be long term buy and hold after steady away growing income and asset value in a dull sector rather than agitating for share price growth probably achieved by increased debt which would increase risk. If it where taken over it would be a great shame
zoolook
27/5/2017
23:54
Erm not all takeover offers are hostile. Infact most are very amicable.Do you imagine the larger shareowners would turn diwn a good offer? Honestly, really ??
my retirement fund
27/5/2017
22:59
How exactly do you see that happening when the Mucklow's own half the shares.
zoolook
26/5/2017
08:18
Not really done a lot in three years. Could this fall prey to a larger predator?
my retirement fund
14/2/2017
08:46
As expected, very solid performance. steady increase in dividend again and values all moving forward in the right direction. Who wins the race? The snail or the hare? ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
13/2/2017
12:34
Hopeful of buoyant and good figures. QP
quepassa
13/2/2017
11:40
interims tomorrow. QP
quepassa
03/2/2017
12:32
Who knows but the great demand for industrial warehousing in London ( for redevelopment to flats), may push more and more industrials to the Midlands. In turn this may stimulate demand and pricing and drive up prices and yields for Mucklow's well-managed and burgeoning estate of industrial properties. Let's hope so ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
12/12/2016
09:50
Too cheap to ignore. - Fantastic yield to boot. Very well run family business. Seems to me that the post-referendum malaise about a negative Brexit impact on UK industry has dissipated fast. Very, very, very HARD to ignore the real strength, robustness, hard detail and STRONG OUTLOOK of their November Trading Update. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
06/9/2016
12:23
As always I found their statement very useful in terms of the dynamics of the property market in the midlands: interested in their comments on shortage of vacant industrial property and also the shortage of land round B'ham able to have more than 50ksqft buildings. Congrats to those who bought sub 400p post referendum; a convincing statement and good financial position but concerns on macro picture prevent me from buying atm.
cerrito
02/6/2015
07:58
Wrong thread, sorry
davydoo
01/6/2015
13:15
Ex Div Friday 5th. Interim 9.31p
busthief2
29/5/2015
18:07
denbos Small regional operator, so of limited interest to the great unwashed I'm afraid. Any specifics on your list? red
redartbmud
29/5/2015
14:56
Looks like a good well run company with consistent results. Doing some research but disappointed with silence of this thread......
denbos
06/2/2014
11:57
Spent hours analysing this stock as the headline yield is attractive and maybe the time for secondary industrial property will soon be upon us. A very steady and stable company. Some people may say it is boring but then again those attributes may be its strength. But despite that, there are other more attractive property plays around in my view offering better potential and equally attractive yields. Good luck to all holders. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
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