Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Nmc Health Plc LSE:NMC London Ordinary Share GB00B7FC0762 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +42.00p +1.86% 2,300.00p 2,292.00p 2,295.00p 2,296.00p 2,243.00p 2,265.00p 654,739 16:35:29
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Health Care Equipment & Services 2,057.3 256.9 119.6 19.2 4,800

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18/7/2019
18:09
https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/blue-chip-nmc-health-seeks-return-to-fitness-j8hn6rlr3
jredd
16/7/2019
20:02
Jefferies report has thrown lots of negativities including corporate governance issues, related party transactions, opaqueness in accounting, supply chain finance, high leverage etc. These points clearly depict serious shortcomings in the way the company is operating. If these are indeed existing, then this company is going to join the ranks of carillon, BHS, Abrraj etc. It's time to exercise caution on this stock till the picture is clear. One thing I am not able to understand till date is how NMC records growth in all aspects when the whole region is witnessing a downturn and it's peers in the same industry is reporting negative growth. Maybe they have magic to re-engineer their numbers. Innovative accounting!
johnferro1
10/7/2019
22:37
Jeffries has released its latest report reiterating underperform for the stock with the PT slashed down to GBP 1986. Looks like the stock is going to be range bound in the near term. Shorts will be active so long the key shareholders fails to release the shares pledged. Can’t understand why the key shareholders are delaying the release of the shares pledged given their deep pockets. It’s advisable to stay off this stock for the time being.
johnferro1
10/7/2019
18:31
Anyone have any intel. on this one? rising shorts seemed to have hit a plateau, are they all on holiday in Marbella? this is the latest i can find. Hard for me to not want to buy at these levels but obviously the short numbers are a little off putting "(NMC) has plunged as short sellers targeted the company amid concern its governance is lacking, it’s taken on too much debt for acquisitions and its accounting is too opaque." - https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-06-25/double-blow-for-billionaire-shetty-with-nmc-shorts-finablr-drop
gimpdaddyy
13/6/2019
12:17
Ex div today 18.1p
hjs
13/6/2019
10:55
If all the reports are correct that I have seen, at the current price NMC is extremely attractive
terrysmith1
12/6/2019
22:27
But mkt is saying something else. On a yellow card for me now.
aishah
12/6/2019
22:26
"UAE-based healthcare provider NMC Health (NMC) tops the list with a staggeringly high earnings growth rate and a surprisingly large discount to its previous price-high. The fact that it is slightly more expensive than the average stock on a forward earnings basis is neither here nor there in our book."Comment from Share Magazine back on 6 June.Article was looking at valuations and the NMC comment concluded a review of high and low ratings currently afforded to large cap stocks.Looks like Share Magazine regards the rating currently suffered by NMC to be somewhat anomalous......and we all agree.
steeplejack
11/6/2019
09:01
Yes there is a CGT liability on CFD gains.Thus,there are higher than normal commission charges,accumulating finance charges and possible CGT payable (unlike spreadbetting).In fact,quite why I have a CFD account is far from obvious!Anyway,NMC heading for two days of gains.Exciting.
steeplejack
11/6/2019
08:44
steeplejack. there is CGT on cfd profits I think you will find if of course the gain is above the exemption level . looking at chart, NMC seems to have turned and a bit more in this bounce I think
arja
08/6/2019
17:01
Steeplejack..very concerning that Fridays rally faltered. All the ingredients for a push back over £25 were there: the immediate historically chart and the general bullishness of global Markets as they ended the week. That wheel spin off £22 might not be quite as reliable as it has been. Now watch it go into orbit on Monday after throwing a curved ball on Friday, brave to try it though.
stewart64
07/6/2019
21:08
Buybacks,according to studies,benefit shareholders less than a progressive dividend policy. Meanwhile,AQR increases short further with an irritating regularity https://shorttracker.co.uk/company/GB00B7FC0762/
steeplejack
07/6/2019
19:23
Right time for the company to go for a buyback? It’s got more than usd 500m cash balance. A buyback will have a much better effect on the share price rather than the CEO / couple of Directors buying few shares!
johnferro1
07/6/2019
11:04
Yes shorts can short but short squeezes can be very painful also and Saudis have deep pockets...
moneypenny2018
07/6/2019
10:40
The volatility is such that it's difficult not to resist a spin of the wheel.
steeplejack
07/6/2019
10:28
Think there is a lot of daytrade action on this one too causing the fluctuations. But it is telling that the bridgehead at 22.60 this morning, that in recent days has signalled a 10% rally to follow, failed throwing some traders a curved ball. Whether that's indicative of more determined shorting who knows.
stewart64
07/6/2019
09:02
This was written back in late March in a market report but it still applies- “NMC Health was the FTSE100s sharpest faller as dealers highlighted rising bets against the United Arab Emirates hospital operator,which had 13.3% of its free float on loan.According to Citigroup,short sellers were likely to be focusing on NMCs related-party transactions as well as a loan taken by Khalifa Butti Bin Omeir,it’s vice chairman,which the broker said had been secured on a 7% stake in the company when the shares were trading around a fifth higher than their current level.” The shorters are enthused about driving a margin call no doubt.
steeplejack
05/6/2019
19:53
So wise.I have a CFD account on the basis that it gives the option to short but since I don't short it's a bit pointless!Going long involves interest charges which initially seem innocuous but swiftly mount.Other than giving global access to a wide range of international markets,I don't think there's much merit in having a CFD account.Spreadbetting?...no capital gains tax but thats where the attractions end.I have spread bet in my time but not for many years.I'm fairly convinced that the spreadbetting firms have no desire to work in my best interest.
steeplejack
05/6/2019
18:45
I always buy stock not the casino of CFDA. At least if it a solid company it pays a divi and eventually comes back
limay
05/6/2019
18:05
Of course you will and good luck.I turned my back on a quick 8% and am now down by that amount.....but tradings easy as confirmed by those rather unappetising statistics Spreadbetting and CFD firms are now obliged to share with their customers.
steeplejack
05/6/2019
16:44
Keep your hair on. I bought some at the close. I’ll job then out by end of eeek
limay
05/6/2019
16:11
When the CEO buys a short couple of million quids worth and the price drops 10% in the following week,there's a problem and it's more than "jobbers".Anyway,jobbers who used to run long positions don't exist nowadays just a few prop books quick to book a day's profit and then get squiffy in a scruffy bar spilling out into the gutter in self congratulation.
steeplejack
05/6/2019
14:38
Sadly,in my experience when a share gets treated like this,there's invariably something to be concerned about otherwise everything returns to normal pretty rapidly.That's not happening here,it's a FTSE 100 stock but it's being kicked about like an AIM share.The chart looks horrific for starters.Other than a quick trade,not something you want in an ISA or SIPP.Real damage has been done here to investor sentiment.
steeplejack
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