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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Morses Club Plc LSE:MCL London Ordinary Share GB00BZ6C4F71 ORD GBP0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.60 0.71% 84.80 80.00 84.60 83.00 82.80 82.80 49,315 16:35:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 100.2 0.5 0.2 498.8 112

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13/5/2021
21:43
Someone thinks its going in the right direction. Won’t be anyone invested in the mega business that is Amigo before they make their millions. Perhaps they pressed MCL by mistake and they really wanted to invest in AMGO
bostik17
13/5/2021
19:46
Are those two 250k buys earlier reported after the bell not a serious amount of money to you yump - £300k ish small change obviously
ronwilkes123
13/5/2021
18:20
This will move properly once the funds have had a look and that doesn't happen just after results. Neither does any investment from anyone with any serious amount of money.
yump
13/5/2021
16:54
Ron, seriously mate, do you have a life?? You spend so much time putting this stock down and talking about amigo? Do you really think you are going to effect the sp? I think you obviously do, which is very sad... Your the sort of bloke my wife would say to invite to Sunday lunch, just so you don't feel alone for the day.. Cheer up buddy, and try being positive about your life. ATB.
currencytrader1
13/5/2021
15:05
oh well strength over back to 50p very predicitable this unlike amigo
ronwilkes123
13/5/2021
12:30
A £4.5m digital improvement plus whatever home credit can do plus great cash flow and dividends keeps me interested.
madmaxhunter
13/5/2021
12:28
They didn’t say digital will break even this year, they said it would reach break even during the year. If that were linear during the year then losses would halve this year and then profits from month one next year.
madmaxhunter
13/5/2021
11:50
Digital isn't a loss, it's investment and future growth
scubadiverr
13/5/2021
11:22
What widening digital loss ? Its the same loss on less customers and less revenue. Customer reduction was partly due to covid. What will it look like with customer increase (flagged in results) ? And what will group eps look like. Thats the key question.
yump
13/5/2021
09:19
I literally said I may buy back, surely it's implied that I'd rather it was at a lower price than my sell price? If I was going to buy back higher I wouldn't sell, I made no effort to hide that.Combination of the widening digital loss as well as markets being toppy. My concern is they push back the breakeven date for digital as they have done in the past, they are forecasting going from 10m loss to breakeven in a year which seems optimistic to me.
jamessmith23
13/5/2021
08:42
once sell off gone, this will step back in business. May be too much dividend that scares people away.
1choip
13/5/2021
08:29
Its the investment in stuff for the future that causes a problem for many investors. The heights of irony really. I have no idea why a reaction from a few punters on results day a few hours in, is of any interest to an investor, as long as the outlook is promising. Clearly the current year is going to deliver earnings that will only have Morses on a p/e around 10, without anything in for digital figures improving. MCL could be right place, right time wrt to others leaving the space.
yump
13/5/2021
08:22
What an odd arbitrary reason to sell recentlyThe digital division has been pulling down profits for the last 18 months - why sell now Sounds more like classic advfn sell and hope to get back in cheaper Why not just say that
ronwilkes123
13/5/2021
08:13
Complaints has a liability built into balance sheet now for 2m, if that's the total amount then not much of a problem. I sold out recently on the strength because the digital division is continuously pulling down the rest of the business and I wasn't sure how folks would react on results day. May buy back in as long term I think cash generation could be very good.The dividend is very attractive at these levels, c5% for the year, but unless they turn this digital division profitable soon I think other investors may lose faith. Maybe just also feeling markets are a bit toppy so happy to bank some profits from buys last year.
jamessmith23
13/5/2021
07:41
Bloody brilliant set of results given the Covid environment, but most importantly some really good forward guidance. Customer satisfaction first and foremost has increased and impairment is down to a record low! As always, MCL focus on quality over quantity and their loan book/assets almost match the current market cap! Outlook clearly guarded regarding h1 which is understandable with recent Covid lockdowns, whilst the outlook is clearly positive with HCC continuing to do the heavy lifting whilst digital commentary is really pleasing and perhaps the most positive since takeover, brilliant stuff. It's pleasing to see acknowledgment of claim management companies and MCL are compliant in investigating all claims (I refer back to my previous commentary which surmises even a tenfold increase in successful claims wouldn't materially affect profitability!). Great to see confirmation of reduced competition and MCL are really leading the pack as they are way ahead of competition in going digital with reduced office space, but perhaps more importantly the digitalisation of the business. Covid has forced their hand and the business has jumped forward at least 5 years in the last 12 months, it's a fabulous place to be. As always I'm clearly bullish and stick by my £1.50 share price target as a minimum. My longer term narrative including inflation and tough times ahead is more prevalent than ever which really opens up all sorts of opportunities for MCL. Best of luck to everyone. OD
opaldouglas
13/5/2021
07:33
What’s this going to open at then?? Double the consensus, a 2p dividend, less competition, robust demand - might they be brave and add a penny!
bostik17
13/5/2021
07:28
Yes Ron would have liked to have seen some detail and quantum though. The RNS is a little bland on an important area which as we know has really hurt other businesses
bostik17
13/5/2021
07:25
It's in the chief exec comments a few paragraphs in
ronwilkes123
13/5/2021
07:23
No mention of complaints from what I can see. They must have been impacted to some degree but would have expected some comment either way
bostik17
13/5/2021
07:20
The comment on noticeable increase in cmc claims is tempered by the proportionally lower than rivals bit Will only refer to the claims numbers on the Fos website already
ronwilkes123
13/5/2021
07:17
No bad news there chaps, all growing as expected. Happy days...
currencytrader1
13/5/2021
07:16
Good result, 6.1 PBT, 3.9 EPS,final dividend 2p! Well done! 😄
petrencf
13/5/2021
06:48
Think they are desperate to be associated with a company that’s doing good
bostik17
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