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|markets moving sideways at the mo, we will see what will get these moving again.|
|It is interesting to note that as of the end of last week
ALD was 383th in the FTSE list and SHAW was 405th and therefore both at risk of demotion from the FTSE 250 at the next review at the end of August.
ALD needs to rise to about £1.48 to stay in|
|Nice to see Morgan Stanley have picked up a few over the last month or so.
I'm struggling to work out where my exit is. 180 looks like a nice chart point but I think the fundamentals cry out for a higher price.
I guess I'll have to think about it a bit harder when it gets to 180|
|not a bad target smoky.|
|I'm holding for 1.75 (PE of industry average 7 against forecast EPS of 0.25 this year) - barring any bad news, not in a rush. DYOR|
|good end to the day.|
|Especially as the interest rate is unchanged.|
|really, it should be £2|
|Looking good. More to come|
|I think it is playing catch up with some of the other banking shares such as Virgin Money and Shawbrook. They had an extra day of large rises when Aldermore basically ended the day flat. I think it was Monday.|
|as I said, I expect this to hit £1.80 soon.|
|Dunno, I personally think they're overdoing the brexit thing, it's the uncertainty that's doing the damage, moves are being made right now to start getting some confidence back with the likely imminent PM appointmemt.|
|but did it tell the truth ?|
|Sunday Times didn't do us any favours yesterday regardless of whether they're right or wrong:-
Until quite recently, upstart lenders such as Aldermore and Shawbrook were held up as potential saviours of credit-starved businesses. These challengers would pump much-needed capital into corners of the economy where scandal-ridden big beasts, such as RBS and Lloyds, feared to tread.
Brexit, it would seem, has shattered much of that optimism. Shares in challenger banks have, if anything, fallen more steeply than those of their larger rivals. Shawbrook, for instance, has lost half its value since the EU referendum result. It gave investors further cause for alarm after last month taking a £9m charge against a number of soured loans. Shawbrook’s finance director stood down on the same day.
The exodus has been partly fuelled by fears over what horrors may be lurking beneath the disruptive facade of these young and unproven lenders.
The Bank of England warned last week that Britain’s smaller banks and building societies were more exposed to a slump in the value of office blocks and shopping centres than their big-name high street brethren. The minnows lent cash to commercial property developers on racier terms, according to Threadneedle Street.
A greater concern, perhaps, is the damage inflicted by the nasty economic downturn that looms, as Britain prepares its withdrawal from the EU. The challenger banks are built for growth, so any slide in demand for credit will hit them harder. Another worry is rock-bottom interest rates, which limit how much banks can earn from loans and mortgages. With the Bank tipped to slash rates this week, there is more pain ahead.|
|Other banks kicking on today, this should join them with vigour later.|
|Come on aldy :)|
|enjoying the ride here, no reason IMO this should not see a further bounce, looks way oversold dyor etc|
|Nice to see movement today.Take a punt on GWMO with some profits, it could multibag very soon.Way undervalued, 2p target. Currently 0.4p. massive Gold-Copper asset, several hundred million in value according to the ceo, highly mineralised as can be seen by the satellite imagery of the GWMO license area. Copper visibly exposed along a 4km by 3km area is just one of many mineralised resource areas.|
|Can we do +10% again today?|
|Home, you have a point. Net, same as Homer. At the end of day, no point discussing it. lets just see how it all pans out. The market will decide once numbers come out ;) It could go either way I agree.|
|Yes, but fair value in less than 6 months seems rather quick to me?|