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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Aldermore LSE:ALD London Ordinary Share GB00BQQMCJ47 ORD GBP0.10
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.00 -0.77% 258.90 257.90 259.60 265.00 256.70 262.90 1,643,043 16:35:07
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks - - - - 877.83

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28/7/2015
08:26
SHAW today reports strong first half year results headlining a 94% increase in profit with 38% increase in their loan book. Good results have also been posted at Virgin Money. For some 'related' comment on these see: http://tinyurl.com/ncjbmy9 Hopefully these numbers will also be matched in the results of other Challenger Banks due to report shortly.mazarin
23/7/2015
09:27
Further mortgage changes at Aldermore, for details see : http://tinyurl.com/q4tm8v9mazarin
22/7/2015
15:02
....at last and for once its in the right direction..! Aldermore today revamps its 'Buy to Let' business, for more info see: http://tinyurl.com/qa38nm5mazarin
20/7/2015
17:42
Only Virgin Money made gains today, up 2.9%. OSB just slightly down and SHAW down just under -1%, whereas ALD down -1.52%. Challenger Banks seemingly out of favourmazarin
20/7/2015
12:50
ALD looks way too cheap for a bank sector wise and relatively. Going forward a P/E of just 9.7, when in 2014 it was trading on a P/E multiple of 18.1.....................excellent opportunity to get on board. Cheap as chips. INVESTMENT RATIOS 2014 (A) 2015 (E) 2016 (E) Dividend Yield 0.00% % % Dividend Cover x x x PER 18.17x 11.76x 9.72x</> PEG 0.23f 0.22f 0.47f Net Asset Value PS 105.08p 130.30p 150.70p Definitions Disclaimermike740
17/7/2015
14:37
News Economics Good news for landlords: Rents are rising faster than house prices by Emma Haslett 17 July 2015 10:05am Landlords have been hit by measures included in the Summer Budget (Source: Getty) All right, so landlords might have been hit by the Chancellor's new rules on mortgage tax relief - but rents might just help to make up for that, after they rocketed 5.6 per cent in the year to June - the fastest rise since 2005 That's according to a report by estate agents Reeds Rains and Your Move, which suggested rents are now rising faster than house prices on an annual basis for the first time since July 2013. Monthly rents hit £789 in June, the figures showed, 1.4 per cent higher than the £778 recorded in May - despite inflation falling to zero per cent in June. Surprisingly, London isn't the place where rents are rising most - that crown goes to the East of England, where prices rose 13.8 per cent in the year to June, the 15th month of consecutive rises. The capital came second, with average rents of £1,241 and a 9.6 per cent annual increase, with the South East coming a "distant" third, with rises of 2.2 per cent to £778. But yields remained steady at 5.1 per cent in June, unmoved from the same time last year. Meanwhile, annual returns fell to 9.2 per cent in the year, down from 9.3 per cent in May - and 11.9 per cent in the year to the end of June last year. However, Adrian Gill, director of Reeds Rains and Your Move, called yields "resilient". “Resilient yields backed up by rapid rent rises are a boon for landlords in otherwise trying times. Though the Summer Budget threatens to eat into their profits, record rents should provide buy-to-let investors with some comfort: the fundamentals still make being a landlord an attractive proposal. “The fact that rents have risen faster than house prices should reinforce that the primary source of a buy-to-let investor’s income is rent rather than capital gains – house price growth is a welcome bonus, but not the be-all and end-all of rental property investment. Meanwhile, with mortgage rates so low, there’s rarely been a better time to invest in new property.”cestnous
17/7/2015
12:14
glad i added this amgucci
17/7/2015
11:56
Tipster Robbie Burns comment yesterday..... Ald started tanking on Budget day because the chancellor's new tax on banks didn't look good for newer challenger banks - I didn't see that one coming but markets can do that to you! So I sold well off highs unfortunately but about to buy back as it now looks very oversold. Smaller challenger banks are writing to the chancellor asking for breaks against the bigger banks, and just maybe they might get some as the tax seems unfair for them, a re-think could cause the share to uprate again.mike740
17/7/2015
11:07
Cap in hand asking for a break against the bigger banks? No never going to happen this tax could even increase as AllTheMore banks get more profitable. These are not really challenger banks they are banks competing with the UK Govt's "UKFI Bank" ALD's business lending directly competes with the effective RBS monopoly. And in retail there's Lloyds and used to own Northern Rock - now Virgin Money. UKFI have been on the gravy train since 2008 so why should they stop now? consider this new 8% as a Gov't shareholding or is it a bond holding. a convertible maybe. What it really is is a franchise fee. McBankster holds the master franchise and be thankful its not based on gross lending.liquidkid
17/7/2015
10:44
It started sliding a couple of days before the budget and that's suspicious.matt
17/7/2015
09:22
Ald started tanking on Budget day because the chancellor's new tax on banks didn't look good for newer challenger banks - I didn't see that one coming but markets can do that to you! So I sold well off highs unfortunately but about to buy back as it now looks very oversold. Smaller challenger banks are writing to the chancellor asking for breaks against the bigger banks, and just maybe they might get some as the tax seems unfair for them, a re-think could cause the share to uprate again.igoe104
17/7/2015
09:03
What comments are those please can you post ?nw99
17/7/2015
08:45
I expected more of a rise this morning after robbie burns comments yesterdaydippydodaa
17/7/2015
08:20
This has certainly lost the confidence of investors for the time being, I think the interims next month should calm things down.igoe104
16/7/2015
16:03
Well there's certainly non now.celeritas
16/7/2015
13:42
There was just too much froth built in from 240p to 310p over the 2 month period....mid May to mid July...it had to come off...diku
16/7/2015
13:38
hTTps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T3jIE3b-bhYceleritas
16/7/2015
13:34
OK FF,I think knocking 70p off the share price is way overdone for a tax that won't make a huge difference to them. Osbourne should really have excluded these banks and may yet alter his plans once he actually thinks about it after being lobbied. These banks are lending to exactly those Osbourne wanted to grow, he's took about 10b off the table that these small companies could have used, really that's downright stupid on his behalf. I'm sure the tax taken in from this 8% would be less than the tax taken in eventually by these growing businesses, not to mention job creation. He completely messed it up, doh moment, reminds me of a Black Adder character, lol. Funny enough, wasn't he called George.celeritas
16/7/2015
13:32
Hi Future Financier, Thanks for your reply. If , indeed, MS felt 'pushed' and he's as good as you say, I imagine we'll see him pop up somewhere else in due course where his calibre (not ego ;->) is appreciated ! ATBextrader
16/7/2015
13:20
Celeritas - it is not that he is the only person capable of doing the job - just that I am not convinced of the abilities of those that will (attempt to) fill his shoes. In relation to MC - I think it is marginally over-valued in relation to its peers (SHAW and OSB) - but that they are possibly slightly under-valued. So on balance about right!future financier
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