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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
International Personal Finance Plc LSE:IPF London Ordinary Share GB00B1YKG049 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.45 -3.28% 42.75 4,491,466 16:35:19
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
42.50 42.90 46.55 41.00 45.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 889.10 114.00 32.20 1.3 96
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:45:08 O 162,256 43.054 GBX

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28/5/2020
09:20
International Personal F... Daily Update: International Personal Finance Plc is listed in the General Financial sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker IPF. The last closing price for International Personal F... was 44.20p.
International Personal Finance Plc has a 4 week average price of 34p and a 12 week average price of 32.55p.
The 1 year high share price is 179.80p while the 1 year low share price is currently 32.55p.
There are currently 223,656,416 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 7,912,885 shares. The market capitalisation of International Personal Finance Plc is £95,613,117.84.
28/5/2020
08:26
beeks of arabia: Please point out the defamatory comments cc. For those with a low IQ, commenting on a share price is not defamatory. Pointing out that the same posters go across multiple platforms with multiple aliases, making it seem like there is a crowd of people swarming all over a share - that is criminal.
27/5/2020
13:23
brucie5: Double bottom. Value score of 99 of Stocko and a PE of 1.3. Share price was last seen down these levels in 2009, after which it bounced to £4, then down to £2, then up to £6. Such events provide extreme stress tests for resilience of business models, so those that show they can weather the storm can emerge stronger. This has fallen from 1.60 in last three months, so it would need to multiply by four to get back to February's level. Since which they have paid a bond on time, and had Moody reaffirm their credit rating (BA3 - ok, not golden plated but...) "A Ba3/BB- credit rating indicates that the bond is somewhat speculative in nature with some exposure to risk. Bonds rated Ba3/BB- provide a yield-to-maturity (YTM) or yield-to-call rate that is well above bonds with higher ratings, especially those issued by the U.S. government, municipalities, and the largest global corporations. However, it is important for investors to realize that this higher rate serves as compensation for investing money in a company or government that may not be financially sound and may result in the loss of one's investment." In addition, Richard Holmes, NED, bought 200k of shares at 49p in March, against which some IIs have reduced, including Norges and Stan Life Aberdeen, but this I would expect. I hold. Incidentally, on wider the moral question of whether one should hold companies that extend unsecure credit to poorer people, I feel somewhat ambivalent; but I think that against the clear argument around high rates of interest (and I certainly wouldn't use one) has to be balanced the fact that such companies offer a regulated alternative to loan sharks, to people who badly need the credit tide them over. Easy to pontificate if you've never been in that situation. I think a greater problem is probably salesmen luring peeps to buy stuff on hire purchase plans they can't afford.
27/5/2020
12:17
pre: yes agree and NSF also in the same sector and looks set for recovery and like here, there is a dischord between the current share price and where it should be imv.
21/5/2020
11:34
sudnal1: Buys are 3 times more than sells today and the share price is still down. Looks like a sell order filling.
19/5/2020
10:30
sudnal1: Looks like there is some strength in the share price today and let's hope it can recover to the levels it deserves to. Any confirmed news on Polish tax win for years 2008 and 2009 adding £34m + interest to the bottom line will send this share soaring IMO.
13/5/2020
12:48
brucie5: Brucie5 12 May '20 - 10:29 - 656 of 670 Edit 0 1 0 Does look oversold on the MAs with this morning's news, and NED's recent bold purchase. Peel Hunt also very bullish about its survival prospects. So I've taken a nibble, with initial target of 70p. That would on current view hardly even challenge to 50sma. ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Sorry guys, I should have warned you of the 'Brucie Effect' each time I buy in... A little drop, just to test resolve. Well, resolve duly tested, and looks to have been nothing more than a slight tree shake. I'm in at 49.5p, by the way, and certainly looking to hold to 75. The gap could go much further, of course, seeing how suddenly and far its fallen. And then there's that PH note: just to repeat. Sun 15:18 PEEL HUNT ON IPF The price of International Personal Finance (IPF) shares is ‘overly pessimistic’ as the doorstep lender is proving ‘more robust’ than anticipated, says Peel Hunt. Analyst Stuart Duncan retained his ‘buy’ recommendation and target price of 270p on the shares, which soared 20.6% to 55.9p yesterday. While he said it was still to early to quantify the impact of Covid-19 on the business, a statement from the group ‘indicates the business is proving more robust that the share price suggests’. ‘The key points... are collections running at 76% effectiveness in April and positive cashflows of £27m in April,’ he said. ‘Both signal that the current share price is way too pessimistic for a business that is proving more resilient than feared.’
11/5/2020
00:26
costax1654x: Sun 15:18PEEL HUNT ON IPF The price of International Personal Finance (IPF) shares is 'overly pessimistic' as the doorstep lender is proving 'more robust' than anticipated, says Peel Hunt.Analyst Stuart Duncan retained his 'buy' recommendation and target price of 270p on the shares, which soared 20.6% to 55.9p yesterday.While he said it was still to early to quantify the impact of Covid-19 on the business, a statement from the group 'indicates the business is proving more robust that the share price suggests'. 'The key points... are collections running at 76% effectiveness in April and positive cashflows of £27m in April,' he said. 'Both signal that the current share price is way too pessimistic for a business that is proving more resilient than feared.'
23/4/2020
13:19
cc2014: Looking at the share price and the bond price I can only assume the market perceives considerable risk about the ability of IPF's sub-prime customers to pay.
24/10/2019
23:03
baoman1956: Yes, very good news. Jump in share price reflects it nicely!
22/7/2019
09:22
mtsblogs: After careful consideration, I've decided NOT to invest in IPF (currently it is at 116p). The regulator in Poland has hit IPF with £38M bill for two years of operations, but the total bill for *all* years is £166M, yet this is very briefly mentioned in reports. If polish decision stands on appeal, the regulator would consider all years and full amount would be due. Furthermore, UK State Aid decision by EU is likely to cost IPF another £15M and Sterling headwinds (or actual Brexit) probably would add another £60M in losses. This brings the total figure for the worst-case scenario to -£240M. I estimate about 2/3 of this is priced-in, thus I expect the share price to dip to around 77-80p if risks don't improve. It seems that despite excellent management, the company is preparing for this with highest coupon for years on its latest bonds...
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