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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Manx Financial Group Plc LSE:MFX London Ordinary Share IM00B28ZPX83 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 7.25 0.00 08:00:24
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
6.50 8.00 7.25 7.20 7.25
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 3.02 2.04 3.6 10
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 7.25 GBX

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26/10/2020
08:20
Manx Financial Daily Update: Manx Financial Group Plc is listed in the General Financial sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker MFX. The last closing price for Manx Financial was 7.25p.
Manx Financial Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 6.50p and a 12 week average price of 6.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 10.75p while the 1 year low share price is currently 6.25p.
There are currently 131,096,235 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 104,344 shares. The market capitalisation of Manx Financial Group Plc is £9,504,477.04.
16/10/2020
10:22
smithie6: so MFX has ~£3/4 million invested in a co. that has lent money to micro & craft breweries I assume that the value of that today is about zero. (with the sale of craft draught beer having crashed due to pubs either being closed or having numerous limitations to comply with) if craft breweries don't have sales then I assume that they can't pay their loan costs
15/10/2020
18:50
m1keg: Risk for default are covered firstly by taking a provision in the accounts which they increased in the last set of figures. The bank is supposed to know the risk they are carrying better than anybody else. The capital ratio (Basel 3 as near as dammit) is a way of the financial authority to make sure the bank is not a threat to the banking system. I'm not sure of the exact percentage but its somewhere like 13 pct that has to be in capital reserves (not cash) of each loan. There are differeing tiers of capital and loans are not the of the highest tier. Shareholder equity would be the highest but with the share price where it is they are doing us a favour not asking for a placing for share capital. I know for normal people it looks like the rich getting richer (and it is) but for two mega rich people to give a monkeys about the cheapest way for everybody to get passed the capital issue does actually show some restraint. You can always vote for somebody who has a way of getting money out of them in another way!!!
30/9/2020
06:19
castleford tiger: Ok let’s can it till year end. A note by a broker highlighting the serious disparity between nav and share price would be a start. 1p a share about 50% of earnings would probably help. P/E ratio is currently 3 Tiger
29/9/2020
23:45
davidonchanman: I understand the frustration and the low share price, but I have to give DE until the end of the year to pay / resolve the dividend issue and then see if this ups the share price / value. It needs something to happen, does anyone think that any single NED would be in a position to do anything, also the new marketing team have been engaged, but yet to see any results or marketing literature etc. David
29/9/2020
16:13
mikeep: The main players are still earning 5 to 5.4% on loans. This is an exceptional return presently. Perhaps if shareholders could be asked to raise funds at 6 to 7p at present share price to pay off these loans then we could all share this bounty which has gone on far too long now. It remains Us and Them.
29/9/2020
13:40
castleford tiger: With market cap at 8 million and a net worth of over 19p a share the directors need to deliver on their promise to improve shareholder return. We have a share price of just 1/3rd of asset value. I still think a dividend would be a start tiger
11/9/2020
10:03
tomps2: Manx Financial (MFX) mentioned in this interview with Castleford Tiger. Video: Https://www.piworld.co.uk/2020/09/11/a-piworld-interview-an-hour-with-castleford-tiger/ Podcast: Https://www.piworld.co.uk/podcasts/
28/8/2020
08:54
castleford tiger: Yes before year end expect news. Directors supporting this will help. Letters to our non exc directors. Nav far more than double share price means it’s got to re rate at some point. Let’s start with 15/20 p Try buying a chunk . They are not there Tiger
05/6/2020
16:45
castleford tiger: ROCK NOMINEES which I think was banks still held 3.47% so they may have bought them? It leaves a further 800,000 shares to be found from the market. Banks / Rock have not disclosed a sale...?? Mikeep Not sure the new guy has any link to the company. This looked like banks selling. As we know the company bought a fair chunk and put in treasury so that reduced to 114m shares in issue. They bought banks out at just under 10p and about 12.6% I am guessing delay will be financial and CV19 related. A company I am on the board of are having difficulties. The share price is still crazy low. It would be cheap at double. Tiger
03/5/2020
20:05
mikeep: Much later this year. Perhaps CV, but either way a reason to use. The F/Y figures will have been well known at mid-March when share changes took place. What will be new since then is the forward projection given everyone was caught short in March and anyone who says otherwise is lying to themselves. The 14% or so drop in shares was welcome to existing shareholders and only current upheaval keeps share price low, 7.25 v 9.5p at JM valuation in March.
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