For yet another RI? Few big brains in this co, fine products- potential , but will take few senturies for mwg to make profit. Somebody might have a punt with it and buy it for 5m which I reckon would be mcap by h2 of next year should mwg be unsuccessful with new RI. They have no borowing cose nobody would lend to nonprofitable business that has losess dwarfing to. On the bright side mwg can't be shorted( easily).
18 Dec '14
he has 5-10% stake too Modern Water plc (AIM:MWG), which owns leading water and wastewater treatment technologies and supplies advanced systems and equipment for monitoring water quality, announces today that Neil McDougall, Executive Chairman, will step down from the board with effect from 31 December 2014 in order to pursue other interests. He will remain a consultant to the business during 2015
15 Dec '14
Now over a year..
...since we had news of the outline contract to work with Hangzhou Water towards a desalination plant on Xugong Island. In the September half year report there was a line about contract negotiations being slow but don't think we've heard anything else. Anyone know anything?
13 Nov '14
still miles from breakeven?
gross profits tiny in comp to admin exp ...dyor, but this needs to beef up gross profits sharpish imv
6 Oct '14
Excellent indeed, new contract, potential increase in revenues and will assume an increase in profits aswell. It would be great to see this reflected in a sustained increase in the SP.
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