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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  22.00 1.66% 1,350.00 70,535 16:35:28
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1,348.00 1,352.00 1,352.00 1,338.00 1,340.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 355.42 70.51 1.37 958.9 533
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:41:24 O 1,375 1,344.333 GBX

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Bank Of Georgia Daily Update: Bank Of Georgia Group Plc is listed in the Banks sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BGEO. The last closing price for Bank Of Georgia was 1,328p.
Bank Of Georgia Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 1,236p and a 12 week average price of 1,022p.
The 1 year high share price is 1,352p while the 1 year low share price is currently 734p.
There are currently 39,500,320 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 65,359 shares. The market capitalisation of Bank Of Georgia Group Plc is £533,254,320.
flyfisher: National bank of Georgia edict on dividends. As of April 2021, banks maintain solid capital and liquidity buffers. If they follow the current year-to-date profitability trend, it is expected that banks will earn solid profits by the end of 2021. January 1, 2022 is set as the starting date for the recovery of capital buffer requirements and banks are given 2 years to meet restored capital requirements. It should be noted that, other things being equal, the recovery of capital buffer requirements will not affect lending growth significantly, considering the banks’ current capital buffers and expected profitability. Meanwhile, current projections allow banks to restore these buffers before the given date. In such a case, the restrictions on banks’ capital distribution (dividend payout, share buybacks, equity investments and increasing variable remuneration for management) will be abolished.
jonnybig: 1600p price target for me
its the oxman: Any views from Mello or on bgeo after results now price is near 1000p. Think it should be a buy but what will get it going?
davidosh: Just to let shareholders know that we will be featuring Bank of Georgia in the #MelloMonday show this coming Monday evening In the MelloBASH (Buy, Avoid, Sell or Hold) panel session. We have a very good panel of analysts and professional investors Https:// Tickets are still available and if you would like one at half price then enter the code MMTADVFN50 Here is the full programme as it is nearly a four hour show... Programme 6 pm Mello News 6.10 pm Aquis Exchange PLC - AQSE: new opportunities 6.30 pm Interview with Sir* David Hornsby from Ideagen ... *If only Mello investors awarded knighthoods!? 7.00 pm Company presentation by Adept Technology Group 7.30 pm Trading update and meet the new CEO of SCS, Steve Carson 7.55 pm Gamechanger - Join us on Tuesday at 2 pm for a follow up and more in-depth presentation by our Gamechanger 8.15 pm Vectorvest - Low risk investing for consistent growth and income 8.45 pm Mello BASH, including Paul Scott, Alan Charlton, Kevin Taylor and Bruce Packard. Companies which may be analysed include Bank of Georgia (BGEO), Xpediator (XPD), RBG Holdings (RBGP)
flyfisher: As of today BGEO is 353rd in the all share list, so it has a sporting chance of joining the FTSE 250 index at the next review.
loganair: "Bank of Georgia Group looks a terrific value buy right now. Covid-19 will dent economic growth in the emerging market in the near term, but the long-term outlook remains robust. Georgian GDP per capita grew at a meaty average of 4.8% between 2010 and 2019, according to the World Bank. At current prices, Bank of Georgia trades on a low forward price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio below 6 times."
linton5: The good lady has demolished the daily resistance now onto the weekly at 1498 that will be tougher I’d say but only another £5 to fair price after today
linton5: Come on down baby I'm waiting on a storming price here
loganair: 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: 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.
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