Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Murgitroyd Group Plc LSE:MUR London Ordinary Share GB0031067456 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 670.00 0.00 01:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 47.97 4.16 33.20 20.2 60
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 670.00 GBX

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Murgitroyd Daily Update: Murgitroyd Group Plc is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker MUR. The last closing price for Murgitroyd was 670p.
Murgitroyd Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 0p and a 12 week average price of 0p.
The 1 year high share price is 700p while the 1 year low share price is currently 495p.
There are currently 9,009,347 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Murgitroyd Group Plc is £60,362,624.90.
cwa1: Court sanction of SoA...
cwa1: Well, well, well. That explains a lot!
topvest: Well, I sold out before the trading update. Odd timing of the update and maybe brought forward by the recent rise in the share price, which was obviously conflicting with a results miss. Results OK by the sounds of things but only before the bad debt. Also 30p pre the bad debt is 10% below the 33p consensus on Stockopedia, so not really in line at all. A lucky escape for me. Could have got nearly £7 earlier in the morning though. Think the strategy here is to buy on a P/E of about 12-15 and sell at 20. The current P/E is toppy at over 20 as MUR hasn’t really grown profits much at all in recent it shouldn’t be rated as a growth stock. Will keep on my watch list. Maybe one to pick up again in the next downturn. Quality stock, but do get the feeling that every year is a real struggle to hit its numbers...tends to indicate that things are getting tougher not better.
dab26: Hi all, Agreed, 'disappointing' rather than catastrophic but obviously it does nothing to answer the question at to where future growth might come from. According to my data, the largest previous share-price fall was circa 12% in June 2008 so today's market response is unlikely to go unnoticed by the board, not least due to the large family shareholding(s). Given that cash apparently continues to roll in, then I would wonder if a limited buy-back programme might now merit consideration, which along with the mooted dividend increase ought to help underpin the stock price whilst the growth issue is being addressed. Considering a top-up at these levels, but will wait for the results announcement before committing any further capital I suspect. Regards,
masurenguy: Quiet here. Paul Hill put a prospective value of 350p when tipping them in December. Murgitroyd, a UK-listed patent lawyer, should have a field day as scientists come up with more ideas that have to be protected across numerous jurisdictions. These services span many industries, including engineering, electronics, chemistry and biotechnology. This is a growth market, regardless of how government stimulus plans pan out. The industry has doubled in size over the past decade (with an average growth rate of 7% a year), on the back of greater corporate R&D investment, together with a growing number of patent disputes between owners and copycat rivals......Turnover for the year ending May 2010 will come in at £30.4m, with underlying earnings per share (EPS) of 27.9p, rising to £31.2m and 30p respectively in 2011, reckons research group Hardman. On the current share price of 257p, that puts the stock on p/e ratios of 9.2 and 8.6, while paying a 3.5% dividend yield. I would value the group on a ten-times operating profit (Ebita) multiple. After adjusting for the £7m in net debt, that generates an intrinsic worth of more than £3.50 a share – 35% above today's level. The price subsequently rose by 10% without any news so it was probably on the back of that tip. Seems to have topped out and could retrace back to 278/280p. On my watchlist.
scottogiuliani2: Despite this week's significant drop in share price, I still believe the fundamentals for long term growth at Murgitroyd are in place:solid management, clear overseas expansion strategy, market leadership within its niche and sound balance sheet/cashflow. I'm holding on despite the drop and anticipate a rebound once overall Iran tensions stop distracting the market...could be a golden opportunity to get in there for medium-term/lon-term gains...
roughjustice: It is defintely difficult to breakout the figures and I have the EPS figures around 22p and about 25p for 2008 which reads as a p/e of 21 (when I sold) this year, a p/e of about 19. I expect they will do better than this, but the share price has already moved up considerably to reflect that. I don't think the shares are expensive but I would not buy more at these levels. As a long term holder since 100 odd pence, it was time to reduce the amount I had in this company. Note I am still a holder tho.
faraway: You're not wrong - a 150% growth in the share price in 30 months still doesn't reflect the growth in the company.
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