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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ramsdens Holdings Plc LSE:RFX London Ordinary Share GB00BDR6V192 ORD GBP0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  5.50 3.79% 150.50 148.00 153.00 151.00 145.00 145.00 164,348 16:24:43
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 59.5 8.5 21.4 7.0 46

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
29/6/2020
06:51
Yes worth buying ahead of that
nw99
28/6/2020
22:15
https://www.forbes.com/sites/barrycollins/2020/06/26/wirecard-collapse-drags-down-online-banking-services/
jsforum
28/6/2020
22:08
The AGM on the 6th July should provide clarity
jsforum
28/6/2020
16:36
Thanks for response . I wonder if we get a big drop tomorrow 1st thing MMakers might drop it ,interesting to see what happens It isn't the best news to be fair . Good luck for us holders
2bluelynn
28/6/2020
10:21
Well hopefully good news for those in less fortunate positions.DbD
death by donut
28/6/2020
09:40
Whilst the FCA does not protect funds, the update on Ramsdens website suggests the funds must be held (under FCA rules) in safeguarding accounts, and that Ramsdens have received confirmation that this has been done. hTTps://www.ramsdensforcash.co.uk/Ramsdens2015/media/SiteFiles/STATEMENT-WIRECARD-CARD-SOLUTIONS-LTD.pdf From the FCA website: Is there a chance I won’t get my money back? What is safeguarding? Safeguarding is a key consumer protection measure within the EMRs and the PSRs. The purpose of safeguarding is to protect and return customer money if a firm was to fail. Wirecard is required under the EMRs to maintain appropriate measures to safeguard customers money. It does this by holding it separate from its own money in accounts with banks (or another credit institution). Effective safeguarding arrangements are critical to help ensure that customers’ money is protected and returned if a firm fails. Adequate safeguarding arrangements which are compliant with the regulatory requirements are a condition of Wirecard’s ongoing FCA authorisation. hTTps://www.fca.org.uk/news/news-stories/requirements-imposed-wirecard-authorisation
egrid1
28/6/2020
09:05
Stand to be corrected of course and dyor.DbD - I hold
death by donut
28/6/2020
09:03
FCA website says no regarding this story apparently?Are my funds protected by FSCS?No. The Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) only applies to certain types of activity which does not include issuing electronic money or payment services.  
death by donut
27/6/2020
23:39
Doubtful as bank accounts up to £85k are protected
jsforum
27/6/2020
15:13
I see the Ramadan's currency cards have been frozen on euro card due the holding company going into liquidation on Friday any one have a vue on this tanking Monday due to it .? My fair Fx card also frozen presume same on their shares ? Only thoughts
2bluelynn
26/6/2020
17:16
Looks good
nw99
21/6/2020
16:33
Spain back open to Brits so maybe all not lost with Forex arm of the business.
jeff h
21/6/2020
16:13
The market is not focusing on YR21 P/E as the ultimate price decider, as YR22 is offering 100% EPS growth for 2022 v 21, so it has to factor in that level of bounce back, which is why we are around 35% down rather than 60%. Probably fair value at the moment. Kicking myself I missed buying the dip!
rawnsley
17/6/2020
08:54
If rfx is a good longer term investment, then perhaps the prudent approach might be to keep spare cash to buy when the results come out - I’d be surprised if there isn’t a dip. Longer term it seems a well balanced business once travel recovers. Originally I bought in to hold for a long time but the strength of having fx benefit from good times and pawn from bad has been messed up for the time being.
yump
15/6/2020
14:50
Forex may have been at low margins - and may well have stimulated footfall. However that footfall will now be lost, and FX represented about a third of gross profits. To make up the third of gross profits lost, the other parts of the business will need to increase by 50%.
egrid1
15/6/2020
14:21
The Forex was at low margin to stimulate footfall. Increased demand for secured loans should offset this substantially
jsforum
12/6/2020
12:05
QS99 -yes, in last weeks IC by Simon Thompson - basically giving the case for the company to benefit from having realised cash from their foreign exchange, have had an uplift in online jewellery, expect to re-open 1/3rd of stores in June with pledges from cash strapped consumers likely to ensue. Once international travel re-starts for the ordinary consumer, then the foreign exchange side will restart. I've dipped a toe in for short term capital uplift, but I believe the highs seen last year are fanciful. I am expecting a rise to 190p.
erogenous jones
09/6/2020
08:51
I know, I've been here since they came to market, so I have long horizons, while a company looks like its growing profits/eps. Sold out a big chunk on the rebound, of what was going to be a long term hold, because I think they're going to show a big hit on FX for this year. I just can't see how 10p earnings can justify a rating of 20, when its maximum rating has only been 250p/20p, which took a long time coming. Don't know what the analysts are on frankly.
yump
09/6/2020
07:45
It depends on your horizons; mine aren't a single year. Normalised EPS for the last five years starting with 2016 were: 5.34p, 10.27p, 15.7p, 16.2p, 20.8p.
boystown
08/6/2020
23:31
£2 would be a p/e of 20 with negative eps growth. Can't say I've ever seen that in my life. Looking ahead beyond that is not easy. A lot of shares halved and have now regained 50%, which I believe is just very quick traders taking an opportunity. Now comes the reality of seeing what 'hit' they all take from covid and whether that's going to last for a while get. imo that will give another round of buying opportunities for businesses that have not been mangled and which will recover by sometime next year.
yump
08/6/2020
20:55
No. Broker price targets are 231p - average. "The 2 analysts offering 12 month price targets for Ramsdens Holdings PLC have a median target of 231.00, with a high estimate of 300.00 and a low estimate of 162.00. The median estimate represents a 51.97% increase from the last price of 152.00." But the far more insightful Simon Thompson says: "Although management guidance has been withdrawn, Liberum Capital has made a stab at forecasts, predicting a pre-tax profit of £3.9m and EPS of 9.8p in the 2021 financial year. I think that’s way too conservative for multiple reasons." Personally, I'd be happy to sell around £2.
boystown
08/6/2020
20:30
Is that a broker target ?
arshadte
08/6/2020
20:28
210p for me; seems reasonable.
boystown
08/6/2020
20:19
Whats the price target here ?
arshadte
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