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
  -34.00 -1.31% 2,561.00 2,558.00 2,566.00 2,606.00 2,512.00 2,567.00 80,207 09:58:45
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Health Care Equipment & Services 2,057.3 256.9 119.6 21.4 5,345

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
11/11/2019
23:15
Normally agree with you re a share buyback but when over 53% of shares are in private hands there are not that many free shares so a $200m buyback would make a big difference
aquaesulis01
11/11/2019
22:57
Good luck with your getting an answer from a ramping bot. £18 by December. No Fosun deal (very low ball figure initially anyway) and share buy backs seldom give the share price a push up. Far better if there is spare cash to pay special dividends.
yertiz
11/11/2019
21:42
Rabbitfoot, curious to know why your chart analysis comes up with a bullish outcome whilst walletinvestor comes up with a bearish outcome? For the record, I remain long on this stock because an RNS announcing a share buy back, Bid from Fosun or other suitor, or just the expected Dec trading update that confirms the accelerating organic growth will render current trending charts irrelevant. hTTps://walletinvestor.com/lse-stock-forecast/nmc-stock-prediction Historical data: Market Cap (Previous Close): 4.84 B Price in GBX (Previous Close): 2323.000 Share Volume (Previous Close): 877,524 Price in GBX (Last): 2266.000 52 Week Change: -1229.890 90-Day Moving Average: 2502.989 Beta: 1.1450 52 Week High: 3764.0000 52 Week Low: 1773.5000 50 Day Moving Average: 2584.5833 200 Day Moving Average: 2467.9402 Forecast data: 52 Week High: 2301.670 52 Week Low: 1326.380 45-Day Moving Average: 2158.527 90-Day Moving Average: 2080.560
aquaesulis01
11/11/2019
20:22
NMC's 50-day moving average crossed over the 200-day average on 21st October, which indicates that the stock has been in a gold cross pattern (or bull trend) for the past 3 weeks despite the recent drop. This had not happened in a very long time so it is a very good sign for the stock.
rabbitfoot1
11/11/2019
10:02
The firm has a market cap of $4.73B and PE ratio of 24.37. At a 12 month low, the shares traded at GBX 1773.50 and at a 12 month high traded at GBX 3764. At the current levels, holding and accumulating is the best bet with this share.
smudgersp
08/11/2019
15:03
Measure of s good company is when you look forward to the next RNS rather than dread it and having listened to the whole of the CMD presentation I wont be having any sleepless nights :)
aquaesulis01
08/11/2019
11:56
At a 12 month low, the shares traded at GBX 1773.50 and at a 12 month high traded at GBX 3764. At the current levels, holding and accumulating is the best thing right now.
carltonfernandes
07/11/2019
15:13
arja, if you spnet more time analysing and less time guessing you would know that profits are forecast to increase as a direct result of investing for the future and spending money on growing the business rather than taking the soft option of early high dividend payments at the expense of the long term future of the business.
aquaesulis01
07/11/2019
13:24
why is payout ratio for dividend so low ? Must be expecting much lower profit in future I guess.
arja
06/11/2019
06:44
jujst hope they dont warn
onjohn
06/11/2019
06:43
Keeping in mind the trajectory of the stock, I think now is the best time to buy the shares of this company. It will definitely benefit one in the longer run.
benjiv
05/11/2019
08:50
https://shorttracker.co.uk/company/GB00B7FC0762/
steeplejack
05/11/2019
08:25
The price jumped up,it goes up in stages when you watch the chart. Short sellers stopped, looks like big investors buying it now, that only indicates increase
tgkg
04/11/2019
20:47
Fosun bid chatter
onjohn
04/11/2019
14:33
Bullish, reversing last week unexplained drop. Expect it to head back to 30+, investors that shorted last week following the trend shld close their shorts soon, supporting further the stock. Still a good level for value investors, trading very cheap. Good level to keep adding, still a 30%+ upside in nearby future, before year end in my opinion. - I doubt any other stock has such a risk reward profile at moment.
alexka1
04/11/2019
14:18
40 quid target
onjohn
04/11/2019
13:50
From today’s Financial Times.Maybe NMC’s CEO will be perusing this article and wondering why the hell they persist with a public listing.The stock going up and down like a yo-yo as hedge funds go a shorting and spotty analysts tut tut and advise their clients to sell a few. ...”...the hottest trend in the global asset management industry is the growth of private capital which is swelling at nearly twice the rate of ETFs..... .....the attraction of private capital is twofold:it holds the promise of higher returns when the outlook for mainstream public markets has dimmed and the private,untraded nature of the assets means they are less volatile. This year,a Blackrock survey of 230 institutional investors with more than $7tn under management revealed that 51 percent of the respondents planned to trim their exposure to public equities -but half intended to put more money into private markets.As a result,several big asset managers are building up their private capital side.”
steeplejack
04/11/2019
13:01
The CEO recently bought 75,000 shares in the company on the 30th May 2019 at a price of 2495.36p. The Director now holds 254,272 shares.
simdmello
01/11/2019
21:11
Agreed. What’s good here is our interests are aligned with those of the owners, of the CEO and of the company. If the company benefits from a buyback means its shareholders benefits from one. If the company benefits from a bid, means shareholders do. CEO, Management and owners have their wealth tied to the company. I would rather invest in a company where owners are private’s than a company owned by a pension fund and AM. Here personal wealth tied to NMC so incentives for success are higher.
alexka1
01/11/2019
20:14
rabbitfoot, and how do you think fosun are going to engineer a cheap takeover when the majority of the shares are in the hands of two billionaires including the founder and a company owned by the two billionaires? Saeed bin Butti Mohamed Al-Qebaisi 44,059,304 21.1% Bavaguthu Raghuram Shetty 40,141,348 19.2% Khaleefa Al-Muhairi 38,336,774 18.4%
aquaesulis01
01/11/2019
17:48
What just happened to Fitbit' shareholders is something to keep in mind: https://finance.yahoo.com/news/dont-forget-about-this-in-googles-21-billion-deal-for-fibit-160507239.html As NMC's share price keeps hitting new lows for no apparent reason (in fact, contrary to reason), NMC is becoming an easier takeover target by the likes of Fosun, and should this happen, it would translate into tremendous value destruction for the current shareholders. Like I said in my previous post, I believe this sharp decline is nothing but manipulation, engineered for some obscure purpose that we should all be weary of.
rabbitfoot1
01/11/2019
17:47
What just happened to Fitbit' shareholders is something to keep in mind: https://finance.yahoo.com/news/dont-forget-about-this-in-googles-21-billion-deal-for-fibit-160507239.html As NMC's share price keeps hitting new lows for no apparent reason (in fact, contrary to reason), NMC is becoming an easier takeover target by the likes of Fosun, and should this happen, it would translate into tremendous value destruction for the current shareholders. Like I said in my previous post, I believe this sharp decline is nothing but manipulation, engineered for some obscure purpose that we should all be weary of.
rabbitfoot1
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