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|Peel Hunt analyst Anthony Da Costa said the 395p sale price offered investors "good upside" and repeated his 'buy' recommendation.Da Costa also upped his price target for OneSavings to 485p after upgrading his estimates for this year and next by around 22%.|
|I'm buying again, traded these last week and glad I sold them.In twice this morning, 7.5p dividend for anyone holding this Thurs.|
|395p looks likely, with ex dividend to come this week.|
|Similar to ALD, accelerated bookbuild|
|Listen to the webcast, the company was forecasting double digit earnings growth this year, that was upgraded in yesterday's results to 15%.Brokers upgrades in the pipeline.|
|Growth: Confident in double digit, good volume, good pipeline. Several months of completions under their belt, they know the first half business performance and seem very confident.Pillar 2a consultation reduction will help them favourably too.They are guiding way ahead of consensus.|
|Investor presentation webcast on their company website, 'gleaming' as they say.|
|The market may decline, but OSB is such a minnow it still expects to grow strong in the remainder of the year - they say mid-teens.
Lots of broker targets ratcheting up today, the ones I saw:
Date Broker Rating Old Target New Target Change
16-Mar-17 RBC Capital Markets Outperform 355.00 445.00 Reiteration
Date Broker Recommendation Price Old target price New target price Notes
16 Mar 17 Liberum Capital Under Review 403.80 395.00 - Under Review
16 Mar 17 Peel Hunt Buy 403.80 432.00 - Reiterates
16 Mar 17 Shore Capital Buy 403.80 - - Retains|
|Results did look impressive on the face of it.
All seems to be going well.
Still think the BTL business side is going to see a decline this year. Most professional investors I know are planning on reducing their portfolios or taking a wait and see approach for the next 12 months.
I guess it will take time to filter through to the bottom line.
I suspect today was profit taking following the strong run of late.|
|If this how the market reacts to good results, I shudder to think what the outcome would have been had they been 'indifferent' or even hint at unfulfilled expectation...?.|
|Frustrating day, good results, 20% growth, growth mid-teens and strong applications continue:
Following the strong performance in 2016, we entered 2017 with a strong pipeline of new business and are currently seeing very strong application levels in our core businesses. We expect to deliver net loan book growth in the mid-teens in 2017, whilst keeping NIM and cost to income ratio broadly flat to 2016. We will concentrate on what we have proven we do best: being a people focused business, using our relationships, manual underwriting expertise and secured lending strategy to lend responsibly to customers in underserved markets.
P/E of 15 and these would be 600p, discount this for risk and it seems well undervalued to me, I have a 500p as the next target. Hopefully we see upgrades and share appreciation tomorrow.|
|Their biggest problem at the moment is maintaining service standards in processing the volumes of new business that they have.|
|Excellent reading this morning. Updated my fair value target of £7.47. A bit to go yet!|
the outlook is very bullish:
"Following this strong performance in 2016, we entered 2017 with a strong pipeline of new business and are seeing very strong application levels in our core businesses. We expect to deliver net loan book growth in the mid-teens in 2017, whilst keeping net interest margin and cost to income ratio broadly flat," added Golding.|
|Curious that directors and associates sold a total of 825,000 shares in December @ £3.1325 - you would have thought that they would have had greater faith .....?|
Upgrades will be coming on these results:
Liberum said the company delivered an "excellent set of results" with underlying pre-tax profit coming in 3% ahead of its estimate and 4% ahead of consensus forecasts. The broker highlighted the group's bullish outlook and the NIM guidance, which Liberium thinks implies a positive impact of about 10% to the earnings per share consensus estimate.
"Our positive long term thesis on OneSavings Bank remains intact and since OSB has now surpassed our 395p price target, we move to 'under review' (from 'buy') ahead of revising our existing forecasts."|
|Predictably unpredictable market reaction!|
|Stunning results - every key indicator improved.|
|well done che7, got stuff
Life in these CB's..|
|Market makers under certain amount of buying pressure by the look of things!|
|Yes, I topped up late yesterday, don't see why these shouldn't be at £5 right now IMHO.|