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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Bank Of Georgia Group Plc LSE:BGEO London Ordinary Share GB00BF4HYT85 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 1,128.00 1,132.00 1,134.00 1,150.00 1,120.00 1,150.00 24,027 16:35:12
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 355.4 70.5 1.4 871.5 446

Bank Of Georgia Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
25/9/2019
15:13
Keeping my eye on this good updates regularly and still keeps getting punished time to buy some also nice divi
linton5
15/9/2019
11:17
Written on 15th August 2019: Can this FTSE 250 growth stock beat the Lloyds bank share price? While I’m still in the buying phase of my investments, another bank that’s been creeping up my watch list is Bank of Georgia (LSE: BGEO). One of the biggest lenders in Georgia, a country on the edge of the ex-Soviet Union, the bank has just released some impressive first-half figures with bottom-line profit coming in 36.9% ahead of the first half of 2018. Over the past 12 months, the bank has seen customer lending growing by 30.5%. Chief executive Archil Gachechiladze told us that “Georgia’;s economic performance remained strong in 2Q19 with an estimated 4.9% growth, rising reserves and improved external balance,” and that seems like a distant dream for those of us in Brexit-torn Britain. Dividends: Forecast dividends stand at around 6%, more than three times covered by earnings. Despite that, income-seekers are not flocking to buy the shares, which languish on a forward P/E of only 5.3. I think there are several reasons for that. One is that Georgia’s economy is closely tied to that of Russia, and Russia isn’t exactly on glowing terms with some of its neighbouring states. So there have to be concerns about political stability in the region. Markets have a big downer on banks in general too, and I can’t help feeling that institutional investors see banks in these states as being higher risk. But I think that’s a mistake, and I reckon Bank of Georgia could have a far more profitable decade ahead of it than the UK’s big banks.
loganair
15/9/2019
10:39
Banking beauty: You’d be much better off using your hard-earned cash to invest in the stock market, I believe. And certainly for those looking to build a big nest egg to retire on. Equity market investors can expect returns of around 10% over the long term. And there’s a galaxy of shares in great shape to thrive in the decades ahead and bring their shareholders along for the ride. Take Bank of Georgia (LSE: BGEO), for example. The emerging markets of Eastern Europe and Asia are proving to be happy hunting grounds for many UK-listed stocks. As one of the biggest banking operators in the Eurasia region, this particular one can be confident of producing strong and sustained profits growth as population levels rise and GDP growth clicks through the gears. The firm’s robust earnings potential was illustrated in the first half of 2019 when pre-tax profit ballooned 36.9%, a period when strong trading at its retail bank helped the loan book swell 30.5% year-on-year. Even as issues like rising competition and tighter regulation bite, it’s clear Bank of Georgia is capable of delivering some truly stunning profits growth. Yet despite this, the FTSE 250 firm currently boasts a dirt-cheap forward P/E ratio of 5.4 times, suggesting (to me at least) it’s being shockingly undervalued by the market. Combine this with an inflation-bashing dividend yield of 6% and I reckon Bank of Georgia is a top buy for contrarian investors.
loganair
30/6/2019
08:07
Sinking because Georgia has been having anti-Russia protests for the last 10 days
jimbo123elf
24/6/2019
10:37
BGEO is sinking, any specific reason !!I looked at the News collection, but couldn't see anything obvious. Have I missed anything !!!Only genuine and sincere thoughts please.
shwetal
30/5/2018
18:19
Now received them
pj84
30/5/2018
13:52
Has anybody been credited with Georgia Capital shares following the demerger?
pj84
19/4/2018
21:30
How serious is the news that they are getting sued? On the surface if someone is getting sued for $994million when they have an annual profit of just under $50 million it sounds quite serious. However the markets appear to have taken it in is stride and not reacted too negatively. This would suggest that people aren't too concerned about this story? hxxps://www.morningstar.co.uk/uk/news/AN_1523551993985685300/bgeo-sued-by-rustavi-azot-owner-roman-pipia-for-usd994-million.aspx Annual post on thread now on - will come back next year for a reply.....
bizochio
20/2/2017
16:12
worrying results
luckymouse
22/11/2016
20:46
pretty impressively ambitious goals they have set themselves with a very positive statement released today leading to the 12% rise. Hope they can deliver on this. Not worked out what this means in real terms for them yet but very positive rhetoric. This has been a nice steady share for me and sounds positive looking forwards.
bizochio
19/5/2015
09:30
Looks like people think tomorrow's update will be a bit disappointing. Best wait and see.
its the oxman
18/5/2015
19:25
Traded these from 19 and watched them go below 17 and then roar back to 21 in quick time. Am thinking the lari rate to the £ is having some bearing but I'm thinking of a dip in sub £17. Any other views?
the principals nose
18/5/2015
14:53
Are we close to bottom. Sub 1700?
its the oxman
11/4/2015
21:40
11 shares that can afford the dividends they pay - BGEO ranked 1st..... http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/investing/shares/11528350/Income-portfolio-11-shares-that-can-afford-the-dividends-they-pay.html
bizochio
25/2/2015
19:46
Its heading for my £9.17 buy order Sensible comments appreciated Sanksalot
sanks
24/2/2015
18:19
Is it KAPUT ?
hvs
24/2/2015
17:44
When will this bottom?
favmma
19/12/2014
18:35
wotcha shag
el chupacabra
19/12/2014
18:34
I'm still waiting for that shaggers punt..possibly around £9.17-£10 mark Hope its helping
sanks
05/6/2014
18:53
I'm looking to take a shaggers punt at £10 Sensible comments appreciated Sanksalot
sanks
21/4/2014
11:32
Cheers guys, I will have a further look.
clumpweight
21/4/2014
10:25
It's been going up since IC had a sell rating on it, glad never sold mine. Sound fundamental and future float of its health insurance arm should push the share price much higher.
modform
21/4/2014
10:01
Cabn anyone tell me why this is going up, I would have thought it should be going down, give the what is happening with Ukraine, russia, etc.
clumpweight
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