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|OSB place to be|
|email from SHAW to introducing brokers - "On behalf of the Shawbrook teams, we would also like to extend a thank you to all Broker Partners who played a role in our record-breaking 3rd quarter! It has been our biggest quarter to date and is a fantastic way to enter the home straight for 2016."
So they are doing loads of new business and we can look forward to some positive news when they next produce accounts.|
|Can't rally every day I suppose :-(|
|PAG and ARW are worth a look too in my view.|
you not alone here but it is very quite and to be honest generally is a good sign.
163 my average and extremely pleased with this as I only buy to balance a bit my portfolio as I was too exposed to mining, oil&gas|
|I got in at 134. Also got ALD at 112. Missed out on OSB at 198 but can't be greedy.|
|Lots of posts on ALD but nothing over here ?? It feels very lonely. I am on the only one long on this?
I got the bottom and apparently I'm now up 72.5% in 7 weeks and I still don't see any reason to close.|
|19th June 2015 highest price ever 380
Brexit vote day 23rd June 2016 price 295
28th June 2016 (5 days later) price 140
6th July 2016 lowest price ever 132
Today`s close 187|
|Why hasn't trading started in this stock?|
|Can't believe how quiet this thread is.
Stock up 40% in less than a month since Brexit news and I would suggest we don't even think about where to sell until it hits 225. Then it gets more complicated.|
|FT comment on results:
Shawbrook shrugs off Brexit concerns with 14% profit rise:
I note CEO Steve Pateman states 'Underlying EPS increased to 11p (statutory EPS: 10p) and we reaffirm our previous dividend guidance.'|
|taken some again boom time folks|
|Kames under pressure as below but not sure if their property investment would be in a different wrapper than SHAW
The fresh moves by fund companies to suspend redemptions Wednesday came after Standard Life Investments, Aviva Investors and M&G Investments suspended trading on U.K. property funds earlier this week, after a sharp rise in redemptions that followed the EU referendum on June 23.
This means that half of the 10 largest U.K. property fund managers have now suspended trading temporarily.
The Bank of England says open-ended property funds hold assets of GBP35 billion ($45.6 billion), amounting to about 7% of the commercial real estate in the U.K.
The other five largest funds investing in U.K. commercial property are managed by Kames Capital, Aberdeen Asset Management, Legal & General Investment Management, F&C and Royal London Asset Management.
Aberdeen, LGIM and Royal London all confirmed their funds are still trading. A spokeswoman for Royal London pointed to the fund's largely institutional client base and the fact that, unlike other funds in its class, it offers investors the change to withdraw cash only once a month.
Kames and F&C didn't immediately respond to requests for comment.|
|should see an RNS tomorrow after today's volume. If Kames are still on the sell side i would expect the share price to drift until taken out. either way exciting stuff.|
|It will be interesting to see the RNS and who dumped 7m shares today|
|boom, 8p jump in minutes|
|Could be this: but it isn't helping ALD yet.
IN THE KNOW: Market Overestimating Challenges Facing Aldermore - Numis
The collapse seen in shares of lender Aldermore Group appears to be assuming a recession materially worse than the 2008 credit crisis, which..|
|Finally turned I hope ?|
|Never a problem getting a quote to sell size at a premium, guess they are looking for panic selling now. Surely some of these larger trades might be directors but not the 500k that must be the sell that has dragged this lower.|
|Not sure if that 500k trade is a buy or a sell but either way it probably explains the price move this morning|
|Same thing on ALD, same timing. Frustrating but this is what happens when times are nervous. All sense leaves the market and valuations become irrelevant.
It's never possible to pick the bottom so we just have to wait and see.
Some random event related to europe will soon sort it all out|