Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
OneSavings Bank LSE:OSB London Ordinary Share GB00BM7S7K96 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +1.20p +0.31% 389.60p 389.00p 389.80p 390.00p 385.60p 387.00p 1,348,278 16:35:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 309.5 163.1 49.4 7.9 947.04

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2017-09-20 15:45:26388.531,6296,329.20NT
2017-09-20 15:45:17388.535382,090.31NT
2017-09-20 15:35:17389.603,29512,837.32NT
2017-09-20 15:35:10389.6041,305160,924.28UT
2017-09-20 15:29:57389.0027.78AT
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20/9/2017
09:20
OneSavings Daily Update: OneSavings Bank is listed in the Banks sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker OSB. The last closing price for OneSavings was 388.40p.
OneSavings Bank has a 4 week average price of 385.30p and a 12 week average price of 361.70p.
The 1 year high share price is 477.70p while the 1 year low share price is currently 248.50p.
There are currently 243,079,965 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 454,971 shares. The market capitalisation of OneSavings Bank is £947,039,543.64.
01/9/2017
13:33
portermj: what goes on here great figs more good things from brokers but no change in share price does the market have information we don't ?
15/8/2017
15:49
che7win: IN THE KNOW: OneSavings Stock Set To Jump On Interim Results OneSaving Bank PLC's interim results should provide an upward correction to its share price, according to Investec. OneSavings Bank will report...
20/6/2017
15:03
che7win: Uhound, Weren't you saying the same thing 5 months ago? Since then, OSB have upgraded their forecasts to 15% growth this year. UHOUND - 27 Jan 2017 - 10:12:21 - 572 of 751 OSB-a hidden gem - OSB Agreed it does all look fine on the face of it, but based on what I'm being told by contacts in the BTL industry (Brokers, estate/letting agents, solicitors, financiers) activity for BTL purchases by individuals has nose dived since November. Ltd company purchases has increased mainly because some landlords have decided to incorporate as a way to "get round" the new tax changes. However, this is only a small proportion in the overall market. PAG and OSB are not the most favoured lenders of the professional landlord despite the fact that's their target market. In the south east more previously let property is coming on to the market for sale as landlords both amature and professional "get out". Some professionals will re-invest in the midlands and the north where it's still a viable investment. I don't see a big crash in the south east property market because cash buyers will still buy in certain areas - but they don't need mortgages. OSB South east dominant lender. At the end of the day it's the share price we are watching and that's driven by sentiment and often not anything else! I guess we will see.
16/6/2017
21:51
che7win: U said the same thing last winter, we are up £1 since then and £1 below fair price IMHO. Investec thinks likewise: "OneSavings’ share price pull-back – down 9.2% since 23 May – has coincided with a share placing and fresh crop of headlines anticipating the demise of the buy-to-let market (or claims that the demise is already well underway). We suggest that this all rather misses the wood from the trees – OneSavings’ own experience points to record originations in H1 2017, improving margins and (of course) the not-so-thorny “problem”; of an expanding “capital surplus” to deploy or return. We have no option but to upgrade back to BUY.  We observed a recent headline on the BBC website on 17 May, “Buy-to-let slump after stamp duty change”. There is some data to “validate̶1; this (as shown in Figure 1, page 2, aggregate volumes of buy-to-let advances for new purchases have declined since April 2016), but this data is not of any genuine relevance to OneSavings’ ambitions in the buy-to-let market. Overall, it has a c.5% share of flow, c.2/3rds of which represents remortgages....." The rest of the report reads rather well detailing the reasons, but I'm not going to share further, suffice to say I'm bullish.
13/6/2017
11:07
che7win: FF, lol, and yet ALD won't drop, OSB is the volatile cousin. I think OSB is treated as a proxy BTL business, but its at the specialised end of a market which it only has less than 5% of. Good in that it provides an opportunity to buy at these prices from a personal point of view. ALD you've previously said is very lean, they seem to be a lot more stable as a listed company share price wise, also on a low P/E of 7, but OSB seem to more established IMHO and pay a nice growing dividend.
31/3/2017
07:16
che7win: 330p bid for SHAW, should read across to OSB share price.
30/3/2017
09:40
che7win: That was a great arbitrage opp, 7.5p dividend and no fall in share price.Gift for those buying since Flowers offload.
09/3/2017
12:24
che7win: Jefferies starts with a 512p share price target for OSB: Onesavings Bank OSB Jefferies International Buy 398.80 401.20 - 512.00 Initiates/Starts
27/1/2017
10:12
uhound: Agreed it does all look fine on the face of it, but based on what I'm being told by contacts in the BTL industry (Brokers, estate/letting agents, solicitors, financiers) activity for BTL purchases by individuals has nose dived since November. Ltd company purchases has increased mainly because some landlords have decided to incorporate as a way to "get round" the new tax changes. However, this is only a small proportion in the overall market. PAG and OSB are not the most favoured lenders of the professional landlord despite the fact that's their target market. In the south east more previously let property is coming on to the market for sale as landlords both amature and professional "get out". Some professionals will re-invest in the midlands and the north where it's still a viable investment. I don't see a big crash in the south east property market because cash buyers will still buy in certain areas - but they don't need mortgages. OSB South east dominant lender. At the end of the day it's the share price we are watching and that's driven by sentiment and often not anything else! I guess we will see.
30/12/2016
11:21
che7win: Maz, Yep, P/E 10 equals 400p share price.Earlier this month:OneSavings Bank rallied on Tuesday as RBC Capital Markets upgraded the stock to 'outperform' from 'sector perform' and lifted the price target to 355p from 305p on higher forecasts and lower cost of equity.The bank said its downgrade of the stock to 'sector perform' last month was premature and based on overly conservative estimates."Our downgrade was not based on anything wrong with OSB (to the contrary, we indicated that OSB 'continues to grow and to perform,' but we noted 'recent share price performance'). Now, based upon our increased forecasts and price target, we believe the shares are once again set to outperform."RBC reckons OSB can grow its earnings per share by 16% in 2016 and then a further 12% from 2016 to 2018.The bank said growth could be higher still if the net interest margin and cost or risk show greater stability than it assumes.It said the optionality offered by the balance sheet is significant, with its forecast of a Core Tier 1 ratio rising to over 15% by year-end 2018. As a result, it sees a good chance OSB will look to make selective acquisitions and/or increase returns to shareholders."It is our opinion that our higher forecasts present an achievable picture of the company's growth trajectory because we continue to assume a moderation in the net interest margin, an increase in the impairment ratio and slowing loan book growth."At 0943 GMT, the shares were up 5.7% to 332.90p.
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