Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Panmure Gordon & Co. LSE:PMR London Ordinary Share GB00B97CW509 ORD 4P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 48.00p 46.00p 50.00p 48.00p 48.00p 48.00p 5,000 07:52:57
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 0.0 -18.9 -107.3 - 7.46

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01/10/2016
09:20
Panmure Gordon Daily Update: Panmure Gordon & Co. is listed in the General Financial sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PMR. The last closing price for Panmure Gordon was 48p.
Panmure Gordon & Co. has a 4 week average price of 47.25p and a 12 week average price of 48.42p.
The 1 year high share price is 92.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 45.50p.
There are currently 15,545,473 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 90,142 shares. The market capitalisation of Panmure Gordon & Co. is £7,461,827.04.
10/8/2015
15:46
topvest: If QInvest exit I think this will be a very big Positive for the company and the share price. The holding is currently a very large overhang and helps explain the very large discount in the valuation.
05/8/2015
19:12
discodave4: QInvest bought the shares in May 2009 at 34p which was a 15% discount. There was a bidding war at the time and Panmure needed the funds to meet their regulatory requirements and strengthen their balance sheet (guess they had no choice but to take the highest bid even though it was at a discount to the share price at the time).IMV doubt very much that QInvest would offload to the market, 67 million shares!. No expert, depends what's in their articles of association as to what options they have in selling/transferring their shares. Also doubt they would sell up in the first place, but who knows. Perhaps they want to increase their holding to 50%?.GLDD
18/6/2015
21:12
topvest: I think the market got this deal wrong. It will be interesting to see how the share price performs tomorrow given this was announced after hours.
13/5/2015
16:18
adamb1978: Reason for holding is that the capital structure will eventually get resolved either way and, in my view, is what is holding back the share price. Either Qinvest will buy 100% or they'll sell the stake down. Holding the 40 odd % is pointless. And the recently announced acquisition shows that they're not intending to just let it drift - they're using the balance sheet to grow. Penny has dropped that having £12m cash sitting on the balance sheet wasnt exactly causing a valuation uplift so either use it or dividend it out
06/5/2015
20:17
discodave4: Thanks topvest, just clocked the share price movement for CAY and my theory of ex div doesn't stack up - as you say, CAY did spike up at close, whereas PMR did the opposite.See what happens tomorrow here (ex div!).GLDD
06/5/2015
20:11
topvest: Given the PMR price went down and the Charles Stanley share price went up on the news it does imply that investors see this as better news for Charles Stanley. Depends on the price I suppose. I would probably conclude that Charles Stanley are in a strong position to get a reasonable price and PMR will pay a bit more than it should to empire build. Lets see...not long to wait!
12/12/2014
11:35
loobrush: They seem to be doing very well at the moment should reflect in share price in the new year.
11/11/2014
15:37
speedsgh: From Half-Yearly Report on 23 Sept... Financial highlights > Pre-tax profit from continuing operations of £1.9m (H1 2013: £0.3m) > Post-tax profits of £1.6m (H1 2013: £0.1m) > Earnings per share of 10.00p (H1 2013: 0.93p) > 26% increase in net commission and trading income to £5.4m (H1 2013: £4.3m) > 22% increase in corporate finance and related income to £11.5m (H1 2013: £9.5m) > Debt free balance sheet Operational highlights > Significant growth in revenues across both primary and secondary businesses > Growth in corporate finance and related income reflects a strong client list > Selective investment in new people continues across the firm Phillip Wale, Chief Executive, commented: “I am pleased to report an impressive start to the year built on the hard work of recent years as we continue to be engaged on more transactions for our clients in a market that, whilst challenging, has improved over the period. As we have stated before, we look to strengthen the solid underlying business with additional diversity of earnings and a continued investment in good people when the opportunities present themselves. We have an encouraging pipeline of corporate transactions and look forward to the rest of the year with confidence.” "Subject to continued profitability in the remainder of the year and the availability of sufficient distributable reserves, it is the intention of the Board to recommend to shareholders at the AGM in 2015 that the company pay a dividend." Share price on 23 Sept was 155p. Share price now 112.50p, down 27%. Go figure? Does anyone have any forecasts on the level of dividend that may be paid at year end? 10p EPS in H1 alone would appear to leave scope for a fairly generous pay out?
11/11/2014
10:24
speedsgh: Share price continues its downward slide. Difficult to know where this will end. Is there a large seller in the background drip feeding into the market? Been looking at director shareholdings. CEO (Phillip Wale) appears to hold just 8500 shares which doesn't show much confidence. FD not a lot better with just 24,000 shares. Do they have generous share award packages in place which means they don't have to put their own capital at risk? Always prefer to see directors' interests aligned with other shareholders. Also appears to have been no director share purchases since Sept 2012. Directors obviously don't feel that the share price is good value at the current level? All rather perplexing/worrying in what should be a very good trading year for the company.
30/9/2014
18:45
loobrush: Patience is required. If you unload now you could be sorry,in fact one could argue its a buy. I have found that with some stocks it takes a little time for good results to have an effect on the share price. Clearly they are performing very well and should do better as the year goes on so no need to worry. I expect that either someone will highlight the potential and the low value as a tip or the price will gradually rise bit by bit and within a few months a very healthy share price increase will be apparent.
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