Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Amigo Holdings Plc LSE:AMGO London Ordinary Share GB00BFFK8T45 ORD 0.25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.50 3.46% 14.96 648,497 16:46:19
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
14.44 16.54 15.98 13.02 14.46
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonequity Investment Instruments 270.70 111.00 19.40 0.8 71
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:08:14 O 25,189 14.96 GBX

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Amigo Daily Update: Amigo Holdings Plc is listed in the Nonequity Investment Instruments sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker AMGO. The last closing price for Amigo was 14.46p.
Amigo Holdings Plc has a 4 week average price of 10.48p and a 12 week average price of 10.48p.
The 1 year high share price is 297.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 10.48p.
There are currently 475,333,760 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 992,913 shares. The market capitalisation of Amigo Holdings Plc is £71,109,930.50.
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telbap: I doubt very much he ever was an"willing seller", this is an down and dirty buyout. Surpass the share price as much as possible, release bomb after bomb to further depress the price, then have a change of heart, release a "I had a dream, I rescued the company I love" statement, I am a will buyer of the stock, but up the shares in the market very the absolute minimum, take it private.There you all with a nice little cherry on top.
bantam175: If amigo gets a favourable judicial review, the vast majority of complaints stop, they go back to doing business as normal and the share price should return to previous levels.
monkey58: Candid, be careful. This share price will fly up when few more sells finished, IMO now on this share price level it’s unlikely to make profit being short.
specialonek: Sloana the risk had already been factored into the share price after the huge falls end of last year. This is now in recovery.TMO. There is movement on the bigger shareholders which will finalise over the next week or two. Once that settles price will then steady rise on upcoming news in Feb.If it was 30p a share then dividend yield would be around 40% based on current levels. That will not happen.
candid investor: Chinese Investor / Telbap....the correct way to assess the true value of the market cap is to use a multiple (price x earnings ratio (PE) of after tax profits.. The half year after tax profits were £37 million so let's say double that for the year which equates to say £75 million and multiply that by a neutral PE of 10 and a more accurate assessment of truer Market Value would be £750 million equating to approx...£1.60 per share , making it possibly the cheapest share on the UK FTSE market So the obvious question is why is it's current share price only 65 pence ? Well my response won't come as a surprise to many.. . 1..the first reason is because of the unknown levels of compensation yet to emanate from the reckless decision to 'pilot'lend £99 million to people who couldn't afford to repay the loan, relying on the guarantor to do so...this was carried out immediately prior to taking the company public, allegedly to boost its initial share offering price to £2.70 This made the founder a paper billionaire...some might argue justice has taken place with the current resulting share price from this reckless act.. 2. The second reason is the unknown intentions of TRG now...think what removing the final dividend would do to the current share price...this could be followed by a share buy back exercise to reduce P.I.ownership before taking the company private again to avoid further public scrutiny ..there are of course safeguards in place in terms of minority shareholder protections to make this more difficult.. Markets hate uncertainty which accounts for the current suppressed share shareholders we all have to accept think otherwise is frankly naive and maybe people who do so should buy into the penguin series of books about the adventures of the very hungry caterpillar instead.. So why am I invested...well I bought in after these events took place and I have (maybe a blind) faith that going forward, the company will conduct it's business more fairly and ethically and go back to its roots of providing fair finance to those excluded from mainstream finance, simply because their credit worthiness is less than perfect, but without doing so to people whose lives it would (if not ruin) then seriously disadvantage. All my personal view and as always DYOR and make up your own minds ..
candid investor: When the share price creeps up to 70 pence, there is a systematic sell off, incidentally there always is at the end of the day too, in the final half hour to make sure the share price is down on the day...some might think it's deliberate selling to keep the share price suppressed , so that PI's loss patience and confidence and sell up..
candid investor: Telbap...there are two elephant in the room problems.. 1...The £99 million irresponsible pilot loans they arranged just before privatisation to boost the initial share offering price...these loans were mainly unaffordable and as such the interest charged on them is repayable with 8 % simple Quarter 1. the provision set aside was £2 million...this increased five fold to £10 million in quarter 2, but if everyone comes forward who was given an unaffordable loan , then the repayment of interest charged could hit £50 million...all of which would be refundable plus 8% simple interesr..think what that would do to the share price.. That was hidden from us the investor and probably from JB too which was why presumably he fired the board..I would have done the same thing in his shoes if that was what happened.. 2..JB is back in charge now..what is his agenda ? He might want to buy it back and take it private again on the cheap...he therefore only needs to notify us that the final dividend will be cancelled and a new dividend policy introduced next year...the share price would plummet so don't get too over confident just yet.. Of course all of this is just speculation and conjecture and only do your own research ...I am still holding hoping for an interim large increase to exit with a profit rather than risk holding on to the shares for the long term. I accept that I may be totally wrong here but no harm in doing a reality check every now and again...
candid investor: Earlier I could have sold 15,000 shares off an instant quote but I wasn’t able to buy 5,000...I am interpreting this as meaning the market is in need of sellers now to function correctly...only a matter of time I think before the share price has to rise to attract there have been 32 share dealings...26 buying but only 6 selling.... would anyone like to sell 30,000 shares to me ? I will even round up the price to 59 pence ...
sohbat08: IC Coment, Another lender whose share price is on a tear today is Amigo Holdings (AMGO), which published its half-year numbers a day after receiving the outcome of the Financial Conduct Authority’s review into the guarantor loans market. Armed with the group’s assurance that the review did not “raise concerns with the guarantor loan product itself nor made comments about the underlying business model at Amigo”, and the group’s defiant move to lift its interim dividend by two-thirds to 3.1p per share, investors have sent the stock up 16 per cent in early trading . Numis today described Amigo “the cheapest stock in the London market”.
Amigo share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange
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