Previously on this website regarding MITIE Group (MTO) we noted a Financial Reporting Council investigation, now there’s a “Financial Conduct Authority Notification”…
The word of the week for this edition of the Bulletin Board Moron contest is schadenfreude.
To help publicise the Financial Reporting Council's investigation into the accounts of outsourcers Mitie Group (MTO), its former CEO, enobled by Call Me Dave Cameron, has graciously - we assume - sponsored this week's bulletin board moron competition.
The Financial Reporting Council has announced that it has opened a formal investigation into the accounts of outsourcing group Mitie Group (MTO) for the years to March 31st 2015 and 2016. Mitie is in the spotlight and auditors Deloitte will also be investigated. So what has Baroness Ruby got to say about this?
Hello Share Seekers. Times have not been pucker for firms which claw a lot of business from local councils and other organisations. Government cuts have caused so many local authorities to cut back on their awards of business to outside contractors. Mitie (MTO) is one such firm.
Shares in Mitie Group (MTO) currently trade circa 4% higher on the day, at around 220p, on the back of a “Trading update” announcement. Good news from this “facilities management, connected workspace and professional services business” then. Er…
I read in the Sunday Times that the PC Nazis are on the warpath against the ten remaining FTSE 350 companies that have had the decency not to appoint a woman to the board. They will either do as they or told or the PC fascists will be voting out existing directors on this one principle.
I predicted in November that Mitie (MTO) would soon be issuing its third profit warning and that new boss Phil Bentley had every incentive to clear the decks and start afresh, demystifying the opaque balance sheet bequeathed to him by his prickly and defenestrated predecessor Ruby McGregor-Smith.
We recently showed the ten top shorted London-listed shares at the start of 2017. How did 2016's perform?...
There are few shrewder analysts of the Business Services sector than Matthew Earl, the man who called the demise of Connaught way before the herd, and more recently questioned the value of Mitie (MTO), suggesting a profits warning was on the way.
Following yesterday's grim results from Mitie (MTO), the bear raider Matt Earl says that he went short at 210p last week and added to that short at 189p expecting the shares to halve or worse from here.
Mitie (MTO) is now the biggest short position of The UK's second best known bear raider (after Lucian Miers, natch) Evil Knievil and the fat man says that he is expecting a big win on Monday.
From the FCA's spreadsheet of short positions required to be disclosed to it, the following details the most shorted shares (by net short position %) and if this position has increased (red), reduced (green) or remained unchanged (black) since a previous analysis HERE.
I received a call from the Varlet on Monday last, enquiring about Mitie (MTO), the facilities, property and energy services provider. Mitie is capitalised at close to £1 billion. Varlet quizzed me on whether I reckon it worthy of a short sale.
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