Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Arrow Global Group LSE:ARW London Ordinary Share GB00BDGTXM47 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +5.50p +2.37% 238.00p 237.50p 238.50p 238.50p 232.50p 232.50p 257,386 16:29:01
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 319.0 50.6 23.0 10.3 424.68

Arrow Global Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
12/8/2018
20:47
i actually take some heart from the fact that this is so heavily shorted. shorting has a time-critical element to it - it costs roughly 3% pa in borrowing fees, plus the shorter has to reimburse the owner any dividends out of his own pocket. so the added selling pressure exerted by the shorter will artificially depress the price, but if the short doesnt pay for itself reasonably quickly, then the inverse is true - the added buying pressure to close the short drives the price back up. as long as you are reasonably confident that you havent backed a lame pony (eg carillion) then money can be made (greencore) although this latter was pretty much dependent on timing - it's a bit of a dog in reality. there are serious questions as to how robust ARW will prove should a recession hit, so i am keeping a close eye on it
steverabet
08/8/2018
12:20
Sorry wrong thread lol.
shauney2
08/8/2018
11:44
Very Irish.
deadly
08/8/2018
11:18
New highs ?? What ??
eastbourne1982
08/8/2018
10:54
New highs which is very nice.
shauney2
08/8/2018
09:12
If you can't be good be careful. I have been warning investors all the way down from £4 a share. This company will crash to earth. It is ironic that a debt collector should get so indebted! Sell side analysts cannot be trusted and the IC knows diddly squat!
wiseacre
26/7/2018
16:10
Buying a Portugese property manager! Is it me or is that a bit left field? Otherwise looks like an encouraging forecast update
makinbuks
19/7/2018
17:18
Someone trying to hold price up with wild talk of a bid from Apax!
wiseacre
15/7/2018
23:52
Liquidity ratio of 0.14, what does it mean?
fernandello
25/6/2018
15:56
By Emma Powell An increase in operating costs at Arrow Global (ARW) during the first quarter spooked investors, with the shares closing 13 per cent down following the update. Operating expenses were up more than a third, pushing operating profit down 9 per cent to £22m. ARW:LSE Arrow Global Group PLC 1mth Today change -6.73% Price (GBP) 242.50 The rise in operating costs was linked to investment costs to do to its ‘One Arrow’ strategy and entrance into the Italian distressed debt market, as well as greater upfront costs associated with an abnormally high proportion of secured debt purchases during the period. However, revenue was up almost a fifth thanks to an increase in capital-light asset management income of around the same amount and a 12 per cent rise in core debt collections. The group bought a record £80m in debt, taking estimated revenue collections to £1.85bn at the end of March. IC View Management says it is on track to meet its medium-term targets, including earnings per share growth in the high teens. But house broker Shore Capital downgraded its adjusted EPS forecasts for this year and next by 3 per cent and 2 per cent, respectively. At 335p, the shares trade at 2.9 times forecast net assets, falling to 2.3 times at December 2019. The latter is a discount to when we tipped the shares (375.75p, 27 Apr 2017). Arrow’s collections performance remains solid at 103 per cent of its underwriting forecast during the period. We remain buyers at 334p. Last IC View: Buy, 390p, 2 Mar 2018
bulltradept
25/6/2018
15:55
Carnage, this is looking very dodgy now.
eastbourne1982
25/6/2018
15:49
Great time for company to start a buy back scheme rather than or in addition to pay dividends. Shorter would be doing shareholders a great favour then.
ttny2004
25/6/2018
12:37
FYI Five hedge funds have now disclosed short positions in Arrow Global, hoping to profit from a fall in the share price of London’s largest listed debt collector, whose stock touched a record high in August 2017 having surged 164 per cent in the prior 12 months. The Manchester-based company, which employs nearly 1,500 people, has seen its share price tumble more than 36 per cent this year, leaving it with a market capitalisation of £443m. More than 11 per cent of Arrow’s free float is now on loan to short sellers, according to Markit data, the highest level since its initial public offering in 2013.
wiseacre
25/6/2018
12:15
Nothing frantic mate. Just trying to instil a little intelligence. Only time will tell.
wiseacre
23/6/2018
06:47
Hedge funds have been around for years, indeed they should be part of a good portfolio, but really entered the public consciousness after the Carillion debacle. Since then they have been revered and feared by private investors. The truth is blindly following them has been a recipe for disaster. Sainsbury's, Ocado, Anglo American are just three recent examples when they were badly burned. Wiseacre you previously alluded to the opinion of Bybrook Capital as being your own, until a link was posted. Your continuing reference to their article smacks of desperation and a reverence of the aforementioned, neither of which is healthy or interesting. ARW might well become a successful short for Bybrook, but basing your investment decisions around one article and trying frantically to persuade others is not a tactic successful investors need to use.
andyj
22/6/2018
21:30
A bit of window dressing by the institutional holders as we approach the quarter's end could see recovery to 280p at which point will renew short.
wiseacre
21/6/2018
16:42
The first cut is always the best!
wiseacre
20/6/2018
14:41
That's a bit extreme. Personally sold half a few weeks ago and now wondering if this is becoming good value and should hold the rest despite being in the red.
scooper72
20/6/2018
10:12
how low can this go?
eentweedrie
18/6/2018
09:46
Dear people, the Bybrook research was focussed on the debt industry in general, which, in a competitive frenzy, drove up the price of debt it bought. The fund, however, was quite specific in estimating Arrow's equity as worthless. I see that Effortless Cool has been following Arrow for quite some time and the precipitous fall in the value of the stock must be painful. It is dangerous to fall in love with a stock and I would suggest he take the words of Oliver Cromwell to heart. In a letter to the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland he wrote: "I beseech you in the the bowels of Christ think it possible you may be mistaken". But I fear EC is condemned, much as I would like to save him from the weeping and gnashing of teeth!
wiseacre
17/6/2018
07:42
"Eastbourne198216 Jun '18 - 10:22 - 1071 of 1072 0 0 0 Effortless Cool, You appear to be a total and utter bellend". LOL. Well I guess you have answered my question as to whether you are capable of contributing to an informed discussion. What a shame.
effortless cool
16/6/2018
11:26
I was hoping this discussion would be kept civilised but it seems not.Anyway here is the formal definition of interest cover. "The interest coverage ratio is used to determine how easily a company can pay their interest expenses on outstanding debt. The ratio is calculated by dividing a company's earnings before interest and taxes (EBIT) by the company's interest expenses for the same period." You have any problem with that Eastbourne?
nurdin
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