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|More job cuts due this week at CYBG.|
|This rose quicker than I expected.
So out for now.May return when things become clearer.|
|IMPRESSIVE recovery,I am beginning to be
very pleased with Clydesdale!|
|director dealings surely a good sign?|
|AFTER CLOSE yesterday
'Pursuant to the Financial Conduct Authority's (FCA's) Disclosure and Transparency Rule 3.1.4, the Company announces that on 29 June 2016 it was notified by Fergus Murphy, a PDMR of the Company, that Eagle Valley Investments Pension Scheme, of which Fergus Murphy is a connected person, had on 29 June 2016, acquired 101,100 Ordinary Shares of GBP0.10 each at a price of GBP2.24322 per ordinary share. Eagle Valley Investments Pension Scheme is a self-administered pension scheme of which Mr. Murphy is the fund manager.
As a result of the above, Mr. Murphy now has an interest in 312,774 ordinary shares in the capital of the Company.'
|looks ready to turn back up to me....|
|get the short-term traders out of the way...........|
I have reiterated because posts were lost yesterday.
I wonder if the Investors club have featured Blue Prism?|
|Loads more jobs to go at CB over the next few months so cost to income ratio should improve.|
|Write up from Value Investors Club. Was written several months ago when share price was 208p. But still lots of upside from current share price. Below is just the summary, full write up on VIC."We believe Clydesdale Bank (CYBG LN or CYB AU) is a classically undervalued spin-off with the potential to more than double in value in the next two to three years. Prior to its IPO last month, Clydesdale had been a small and neglected subsidiary of National Australia Bank (NAB AU), a large Australian bank located more than 10,000 miles away. Due to legacy issues at Clydesdale, regulatory pressures to simplify operations at NAB and the nuisance value of managing a UK operation that contributed just 3-4% of total group earnings, we believe that NAB was a price insensitive seller, resulting in an IPO valuation of just 58% of tangible book value. At the current share price of £2.08 per share, Clydesdale trades at 67% of tangible book, an attractive valuation for a bank with strong (and likely excess) capital levels that should reach double digit ROEs over the next 4-5 years." Further, we believe the Clydesdale investment opportunity has a number of exciting drivers and upside levers, including 1) a high caliber new CEO who has already successfully executed the Clydesdale playbook while he ran Allied Irish Bank (AIB) from 2011-2015, 2) meaningful cost reduction opportunities, 3) potential for excess capital equal to ~60% of the current market cap as Clydesdale moves to advanced risk weightings for the calculation of its capital ratios, 4) earnings upside from higher interest rates and 5) the potential to be acquired. Importantly, the financial impact of any legacy conduct issues has been de-risked through substantial indemnification from NAB.|
|great spread I must say|
|what a great start!
A stock for the future for me and didn't expect to see a rise so soon......excellent.
I think this has a lot going for it.|
|I will have to look at value investors club thanks.|
|A good start|
|Agree peach; its a bit of a gift when falls in price are just general market malaise I think.|
|Agree. I started a small position in this today. Attractive discount to tangible book. Ready to add if it goes much below this level. There's a great write up in Value Investors Club so I was keen for a good entry point. Not without its risks but they seem to be well priced.|
|THINGS won't be depressed for ever....decided to get a few of these now they've lost a third of what they were.
Difficult to call a bottom yet so staggering a buy or two is perhaps the best way forward?
Good little firm though imo|
|worth a punt at these levels surely?|
|Challenger Bank not yet making any profit!
|This is dropping every day. Will we see the high 1.60's by the end of next week?|