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|Excellent move through 170 which has held so assume Morgan Stanley have decided to drip feed the last of their shares into the market in a way that does not hammer the share price.
It will be interesting to see what happens as we move into the 180-200 area|
|switched into OSB, ALD bunch of liars|
|could get another 10% increase here|
|New product offering:
Aldermore offers 4.98% Help to Buy mortgage guarantee product
Aldermore has reduced its Help to Buy mortgage guarantee rate to 4.98% for 2-year fixes to 95% loan-to-value.
|I assume Morgan Stanley are still selling. As soon as they are done, there will be nothing to hold this back.|
|Back down she comes! We'll get there, one day! Just really have to be patient.|
|Albany, calm down mate, you might ejeculate.|
|heading for 200p and beyond|
|What's going on here then?? Sudden upturn on all challengers!|
|go man go
OSB on fire
ALD on fire|
|CC - I suspect that you are looking for a far greater degree of analysis in depth than so called analysts have the skills or aptitude to perform!|
|Had it fallen that much?|
|I wonder how they measure "deposit costs" and wonder if they include all the staff costs and infrastructure costs associated with deposits?
I see Deutsche's share price has fallen the best part of 90% from 2007 and continues to decline. Makes me smile when they give recommendations on this sector ;-)|
|Thanks igoe, tried to copy an extract but was on my phone at the time and had to settle for the headline only.|
Upgrade to 'buy', target price upgraded: 188p
Challenger bank Aldermore is the only group to receive an upgrade from Deutsche Bank, as it has the "most to gain" from the recent rate cut and the Central Bank's £100 million Term Funding Scheme. Its new 188p target price offers 13% upside.
The bank's deposit costs, five times the level of RBS's, were 181 basis points in the first half of this year, which gives it space to move. The bank's high retail mix and lack of current account offering means it's got to pay a market premium to attract deposits, which is becoming an increasing disadvantage. Management could cut deposit pricing by introducing current accounts, reckons Deutsche Bank.
But falling deposit costs should offset asset pricing compression over the next couple of years. Deutsche bank has upgraded its earnings forecasts by 11% and 6% for 2017/18 thanks to better income|
|Deutsche Bank have upgraded their price target to 188.|
|See what happens|
|Just £1.80? I think more towards £2 once MS are out and after no more than a few months, as £2 seems acheivable by the end of 2016!|
|Odd they were selling, when the also were buying. I guess they have a target exit price, so grabbed more at £1, why not. Soon will be out. I expect these to eventually push towards £1.80.|
|Well for all we know Morgan Stanley could have sold 15m or even all their 20.5m holding, as they have gone below 3% but no idea how low. Nevertheless I believe they must still have a few million to sell otherwise the share price would have gone over £1.70 if not £1.80 not being held back at £1.60ish! We should soon see in the next week or two though!! No more RNS's from MS though, so the day the share price goes boom and holds, and continues to rise £1.80+ is the day MS are gone. Do you know if we have any other large institutional investors, particularly any that may sell?|
|That's another 10m shares Morgan Stanley have sold which the market has soaked up. I guess they will continue to sell until they are finished.
It will be very interesting to see whether there selling has been keeping a cap on the price rise. Fingers crossed.|