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|Bb Holdings Daily Update: Bb Holdings is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BBHL. The last closing price for Bb Holdings was 130p.|
Bb Holdings has a 4 week average price of - and a 12 week average price of -.
The 1 year high share price is - while the 1 year low share price is currently -.
There are currently 62,448,454 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Bb Holdings is £81,182,990.20.
|skanjete2: Given the circumstances of last year, the results are brilliant, certainly in view of the current share price. At these prices, you're paying for Numar and the rest is for free.
These results are not to be compared to results from western banks, only maybe to results from other banks in the Caribbean as Bank of Butterfield (Bermuda).
For the rest I think I can keep my estimations from may 7 :
"Using their ROE ratio's to estimate possible earnings brings us more or less the same result.
They've got approximately an ROE of 24%. The return on total assets for their banking operations is one of the highest I ever encountered : more than 4%!
This could put the equity value per 31/3 at approx. 350m US$ on profit of approx. 62mUS$ for 2008
Add the 50m US$ from the merger, and they're working with an equity value of 400m US$.
ROE 24% means a profit of 96m us$. So this means a profit per share of approx. 100c/sh, or 66p non diluted. The warrants & options included would bring us to 83c/sh or 55p/sh.
Since circumstances are very favourable for banking at the moment, this could well be a conservative estimation."|
|tiredandweary: You are mistaken methinks
Ashcroft has never been interested in being tidy
only making money
with dollar earnings and a low share price
we shall see
watch this space|
|tiredandweary: Ashcroft keeps buying shares in big quantities
I wouldn't be surprised if he makes an offer to take it private
give it's low rating and high profits
he'd have to offer a premium to current share price though|
|tiredandweary: p/e of two
Ashcroft and Glaze buying shares (1m recently)
deliberately playing down announcements and PR
numar performing brilliantly
onesource sold for 6 x share price
they know something we don't know
That's a certainty
how long we would have to wait to share in the upside is less certain|
|nickcduk: Might get around to adding a few more myself but in no rush really. A shedload more options at 350p but I guess you can't really blame management for issuing them. Share price hardly reflects progress so incentives haven't been worth much of late. Good to see Dollar denominated earnings are increasing.|
|nickcduk: I think that multiple may be a little optimistic but agree its worth a substantial amount of the current BBHL share price. They haven't really been paying much in the way of dividends to BBHL over the last few years. That suggests they have been investing heavily in increasing production. The benefits of which will become apparent over the coming few quarters.
The balance of the Numar holding is held by the founding family I believe. They could eventually decide to cash in their chips. If they do London would be the ideal place to list. It will bring about a little more interest in BBHL as well. That can do no harm to the share price although I notice a few buys have been going through over the last few days. Looking forward to it continuing.|
|nickcduk: Very bullish on BBHL. Numar is going to be reporting some pretty stunning results as a result of high CPO price and increased production coming on stream. Core banking side was doing equally as well. Cable weakness will do no harm as all assets are held in dollars. Hoping for a stunning exit like Ashcroft achieved when he sold One Source Services this year. Shareholders got a 600%+ premium to the share price before it was announced. Not being that greedy but I think £5 or £6 isn't unreasonable over the next couple of years.|
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