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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Metro Bank Plc LSE:MTRO London Ordinary Share GB00BZ6STL67 ORD 0.0001P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  1.95 1.75% 113.30 1,424,960 16:35:04
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
108.65 109.60 112.85 105.90 111.35
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 496.20 -130.80 -123.90 195
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:35:04 UT 199,418 113.30 GBX

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12/7/2020
09:20
Metro Bank Daily Update: Metro Bank Plc is listed in the Banks sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker MTRO. The last closing price for Metro Bank was 111.35p.
Metro Bank Plc has a 4 week average price of 95.96p and a 12 week average price of 66.30p.
The 1 year high share price is 530p while the 1 year low share price is currently 66.30p.
There are currently 172,420,458 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,515,133 shares. The market capitalisation of Metro Bank Plc is £195,352,378.91.
10/7/2020
23:18
kirk 6: That's an excellent read and will do wonders to the share price next week potentially Earlier this month, Mr Frumkin bought £570,509 in shares at 114p as part of a requirement for executive directors to own shares worth twice their annual salary. He needs to spend another £1m to hit 200 per cent of his £740,000.His purchase came at a sharp discount on the share price of 190p when he started the job. The bank was trading at more than 2,000p in January last year.This is an inflection point for Metro. While it is unlikely that shareholders who have held on since before the share price crash will see a positive return on their investment, the company is gaining some momentum.
08/7/2020
22:22
kirk 6: The Share price is going to shoot up any day soon. There should be 200 to 300% Higher
29/6/2020
20:47
bargainbob: Could just be they need to keep the share price up as the takeover is an all share paper deal. What’s 40 million shares between friends. Nice one JPM.
28/6/2020
14:18
kirk 6: Agreed both different however daily COVID-19 death rates and general sentiment affects market futures which obviously then affects Metrobank share price. So there is correlation between COVID-19 cases and Metrobank share price. Also previous discussion on here we were talking about futures trading. I've taken out a big long position on Wall Street yesterday at 24 848 so obviously hoping we will recover fast which will then help Ben Metrobank share priceBut Fair enough stick to solely metro bank
26/6/2020
15:41
thomas4billing: SA, bulls in full control ?Does it mean that a full Take over offer in on the table and an agreed price could be : Share price end of the month X 5 with a minimum of X ?
20/6/2020
22:17
bargainbob: Fae march Is someone planning to buy Metro Bank? Despite all the bad news swirling around Metro Bank, some market players are taking an interest. Goldman Sachs, for example, is building a stake, having acquired 6.18% in voting rights attached to shares. Another 2.3% has come to it via other financial instruments. As we all know, Goldmans is something of a fan of retail banking at the moment, having launched its own retail brand, Marcus. It has created some speculation among investors that Metro Bank might be the eventual target of an acquisition move by Goldmans or some other player in the market which would like to pick up a high street banking brand on the cheap. In our last note on Metro Bank we argued that there could be some interest in snapping up the bank if its regulatory problems can be resolved. How did The Armchair Trader’s stock picks perform in February? From the perspective of short traders, it is hard to say how much lower Metro Bank shares can go, but for CFD traders there could still be some further returns if more bad news is forthcoming. Certainly some hedge funds believe there is more time come: Voleon Capital Management raised its short stake on Metro Bank on Friday and Odey Asset Management retains a considerable short position, although it is starting to trim this. Declarations of short positions against the Metro Bank share price are not at their all time high, which was back in May 2019, but they are at their highest level since the end of November. That said, we see some funds beginning to trim their shorts, which may be because they are wary of position building by potential acquirers
20/6/2020
13:48
kirk 6: Was watching level to yesterday and noticed a constant 4500 trade iceberg by order pushing the price up and also 1.7 million shares by order at £1.15.I fully expect the share price next week to go up to 175 or even higher. Better times ahead
05/6/2020
12:05
idontflykathyy: Full post from him: Hi Seb24 - I'll address those points in reverse order. Confidence in the company most certainly. To date they have delivered on everything they have promised and I have found their communication to be frank honest and to the point. Highlights for me - Speed in which they identified the Covid Oppourtunity and aligned their operations to take full advantage - Data driven approach, no compromise is being made on trial design to rush data to the market this pay dividends for us all - Similar to point 1 they have turned around a trial process that has taken years for COPD into a matter of months for Covid - Tom Wilkinson link and trial design being used as government blue print - Manufacturing and supply chain discussions behind closed doors they are anticipating the demand on success - First mover advantage on novel Home Trial Design in tune with the virus's trajectory out of hospitals into care home settings. - Early COPD readout, 15 years in the making and we will have 3 trial readouts in quick succession. All because of some excellent focus in the last 3-4 months. Low Lights - Small anticipated delay in Hospital Trial Readout (We should cut them some slack here) - Quality of investors brought in on the fundraiser (again their broker is as much to blame for this and i'd rather they had the money than extra delay or a bigger discount.) To address the share price movement and background goings on, I simply cannot explain it currently. For a time it was fairly obvious we had large selling suppressing the share price and regular TR1's from those disposing. But the last few weeks has been very strange until we receive further detail via RNS we are all stabbing in the dark. It can't continue for ever.
05/6/2020
10:31
cantrememberthis2: Why Metro Bank is Under Performing - Under Siege Finally understand why we are not following Barc LLoy RBS VMUK its naughty big players: How it works This process can be used by hedge funds to either pump up a stock or to trash a stock but since I am using Herbalife as an example, we will discuss that situation. First information is widely distributed to make investors wonder about the company and to put fear into those longs that hold the stock. Next, high volume shorting takes place to drive the company's share price down. As the short attack continues, more people parade out news to continue to put questions in the back of investors' minds. On a daily basis, shorts use computerized trading to control the direction of the share price. At opportune times, the shorts overwhelm the buyers (bid price) of the stock by selling short large number of shares to drive the share price down and to eliminate the buyers for the stock at that given time. For people who are not familiar with the bid/ask process of trading stocks, here is a link to explain that process. Shorts need to control the stock's share price over a long time (often several months to well over a year), and can't afford to just accumulate an unlimited number of short positions in the stock, so they have to be buying shares at the same time they are selling shares too. When the shorts drive the share price down, eliminating buyers as discussed above, some of those investors trying to sell their shares at that same time will follow the share price activity downward lowering their ask price. Now the shorts can buy back some of the shares they have shorted at lower prices including some shares where longs have put stop-loss sale orders to protect against downside losses. The shorts will only buy shares part of the way back up as the share price rises, and then wait to see if new buyers come into the market. If the share price continues to rise up to much again during the day, the shorts will repeat the same selling and buying process to control the share price. As mentioned above, the shorts need to control the share price over an extended period of time. They need to wear down the longs with rumor mongering as well as by creating fear as the longs continue to see the share price go down from the computerized trading. They hope the longs will give up and sell their shares at the lowest possible share price. Another observation, shorts try to wear down the longs by making sure that the share price closes down as many days in a row as they can put together. At the close of each day, I witnessed volume dramatically increasing as the shorts tried to insure Herbalife's share price closed down. Shorts are hoping the longs frustration with the share price continuing downward will end up in capitulation where as many longs as possible just give up and sell their shares. https://seekingalpha.com/instablog/2918951-g-hudson/1026551-how-the-big-players-manipulate-the-stock-market
01/6/2020
09:59
idontflykathyy: Lol this was fro HEMO board ;) JustHereForHemo 1 Jun '20 - 09:56 - 110 of 110 0 1 0 RE IdontflyKathyy This is the email I have sent to support at advfn along with Hemogenyx directly. I have also included copies of her defamatory and what I consider illegal posts which defame character and attempt to manipulate the market. As a shareholder and therefore a victim should this damage the reputation of hemogenyx and depress its share price causing me a material loss I have also logged a non-emergency report with the Police Service in my local jurisdiction which is not England so it may take a while for them to take any sort of action here. However please note I am serious about putting a stop to this sort of behaviour. Please remove posts accusing Dr Vlad of being a fraud or criminal immediately. Please remove posts accusing Hemogenyx of being fraudulent or fake in any way. If you wish to attempt to lower the Share Price use legal methods.
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