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Metro Bank Plc LSE:MTRO London Ordinary Share GB00BZ6STL67 ORD 0.0001P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  2.45 1.96% 127.70 93,772 09:20:06
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
127.35 128.20 129.35 125.25 125.25
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 426.30 -311.40 -175.00 220
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
09:20:06 O 3 128.20 GBX

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08/3/2021
08:20
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 125.25p.
Metro Bank Plc has a 4 week average price of 121.50p and a 12 week average price of 105.95p.
The 1 year high share price is 161.55p while the 1 year low share price is currently 57.36p.
There are currently 172,420,458 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,042,430 shares. The market capitalisation of Metro Bank Plc is £223,025,862.42.
07/3/2021
23:49
rackers the amoeba: However looking at the 44% divergence in share price between metro and NWG since the RNSs , market sees it as a positive fit NWG, and bad business for mtro
06/3/2021
11:38
paul planet earth: I'm already a LT investor circa 70p.. If you look at the situation and do the math its pretty easy to see a path to growth, profitability, and cash flow. Firstly, customer perspective - award winning up for 5 separate bank awards and strong customer support with cash deposits up 10% that's an extra 2 billion of cash coming in..Does not feel like a bank in trouble. Instantly recognised brand on highstreet with huge lock box storage capacity on branch sites covering 80% of lease costs. There are few competitor's as the big 4 banks existed this market segment leaving Metro Bank a market leader in this segment. If the highstreet is dead why has Amazon launched Amazon Fresh with a high street presecence. While Fintech banks have little or no market branding or awareness. Regarding the mortgage book sale this is just a partial exit of the mortgage loan market, brings in a huge cash injection over 12 to 18 mths, secures capital adequacy, solvency, funding issues..Metro has not exited the mortgage market persay so can simply regain market share through its new 90% LTV offering and other mortgage linked products. A very smart move avoiding MREL funding which would have been expensive and frees up balance sheet to shift to high yielding asset mix. Surplus cash now deployed for acquistion and expansion into higher yielding products - Insurance Direct Line strategic partnership leveraging branch network and Direct Line insurance market presecence and branding, Ratesetter acquisition (Ratesetter P2P is nothing like Wonga business model). Why expand if your struggling well where else to invest the billions of cash coming in from 2b billion of new customer deposits for one and the 3 billion loan book sale for two! Working on the last set of financials 312m loss less Covid-19 provision 124m, less one off London HQ exit 40m less 37m (repay MREL debt with Mortgage book sale) × tax (1-.19) = 89m required by growing revenues/ profits and/or cutting cost base...equivalent to circa 22% of 400m revenues. And the loans provisioning maybe over estimated with some upside to come. A 22% enhancement in revenue/cost base in order to break-even is challenging but manageable for most businesses. Especially as we are coming out of a global pandemic. The Rights issue was at 500p (more than x 3 current sp) and easily over subscribed as was the MREL funding...which clearly showed a market appetite to invest and that was before the more recent business moves..Add to that the CEO share buys showing backing and support using his own cash underlines the business case from an experienced bank CEO. Ergo back to profit within 12mths with share price recovery. This excludes FCA report (downside already fully factored into the current sp) or any moves by BoE to reduce capital adequacy limits on smaller challenger banks as been muted by BoE.
06/3/2021
11:20
paul planet earth: I'm already a LT investor circa 70p.. If you look at the situation and do the math its pretty easy to see a path to growth, profitability, and cash flow. Firstly, customer perspective - award winning up for 5 separate bank awards and strong customer support with cash deposits up 10% that's an extra 2 billion of cash coming in..Does not feel like a bank in trouble. Instantly recognised brand on highstreet with huge lock box storage capacity on branch sites covering 80% of lease costs. If the highstreet is dead why has Amazon launched Amazon Fresh with a high street presecence. While Fintech banks have little or no market branding or awareness. Regarding the mortgage book sale this is just a partial exit of the mortgage loan market, brings in a huge cash injection over 12 to 18 mths, secures capital adequacy, solvency, funding issues..Metro has not exited the mortgage market persay so can simply regain market share through its new 90% LTV offering and other mortgage linked products. A very smart move avoiding MREL funding which would have been expensive and frees up balance sheet to shift to high yielding asset mix. Surplus cash now deployed for acquistion and expansion into higher yielding products - Insurance Direct Line strategic partnership leveraging branch network and Direct Line insurance market presecence and branding, Ratesetter acquisition (Ratesetter P2P is nothing like Wonga business model). Why expand if your struggling well where else to invest the billions of cash coming in from 2b billion of new customer deposits for one and the 3 billion loan book sale for two! Working on the last set of financials 312m loss less Covid-19 provision 124m, less one off London HQ exit 40m less 37m (repay MREL debt with Mortgage book sale) × tax (1-.19) = 89m required by growing revenues/ profits and/or cutting cost base...equivalent to circa 22% of 400m revenues. And the loans provisioning maybe over estimated with some upside to come. A 22% enhancement in revenue/cost base is challenging but manageable for most businesses. Especially as we are coming out of a global pandemic. The Rights issue was at 500p (more than x 3 current sp) and easily over subscribed as was the MREL funding...which clearly showed a market appetite to invest and that was before the more recent business moves..Add to that the CEO share buys showing backing and support using his own cash underlines the business case from an experienced bank CEO. Ergo back to profit within 12mths with share price recovery. This excludes FCA report (downside already fully factored into the current sp) or any moves by BoE to reduce capital adequacy limits on smaller challenger banks as been muted by BoE.
06/3/2021
10:42
rackers the amoeba: I hear sentiment rule plans to buy mtro But much lower share price from today. At least 50% lower , and refuses to publicly state when
04/3/2021
11:46
cantrememberthis2: Truth regarding share price is here HTTPS://mobile.twitter.com/DeepValueHunte1/status/1367440789748543488
03/3/2021
07:30
qantas: Good morning SR ready to continue our share price rise to £40 and beyond. Please do your own research as always
01/3/2021
09:38
crazi: Seems like most main banks share prices have topped out short term. Metro still has 25% profits short term :-)
28/2/2021
17:52
crazi: SR - These two posts of yours actually telling the truth! First time ever... You ok? Sentimental Riles28 Feb '21 - 11:48 - 80183 of 80222 Hello everyone I'm back...just checked FCA site report into financial conduct should be out soon if anyone is interested and its giving Metro Bank a clean bill of health. Meaning that the bank has taken satisfactory measures in meeting the standards expected of it in financial reporting..recent bad loan/Covid-19 provisioning aside...Thought I would share that with everyone, thanks. — For The Gerbils (@city_trd_invt) February 28, 2021 Sentimental Riles28 Feb '21 - 11:56 - 80185 of 80222 I've recently come across an article on the BOE loosening capital adequacy limits for starter banks and realign them following the UK's exit from EU financial banking regulations...meaning capital adequacy ratios will be lowered giving Metro Bank more flexibility to compete with the main high street banks..Share price could climb steeply this week as Covid-19 restrictions are lifted..19m already inoculated...things are looking up!
26/2/2021
22:42
cantrememberthis2: #MTRO Technical review of the current state of play in the share price using the 4-hourly chart Looks Oversold and either continues its path down or bounces now that all bad news priced in and impatient sellers departed If trend remains in tact 200p calling #Metro #Bank #FTSE Https://twitter.com/DeepValueHunte1/status/1365431798050750464
26/2/2021
10:08
cantrememberthis2: There's plenty of bigger loss making businesses with higher share price Someone doesn't like MTRO AND WANTS IT IMO Just looked at the results presentation. Very detailed summary of this substantial business. There is no way this should be valued at just 240m quid.
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