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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Non-standard Finance Plc LSE:NSF London Ordinary Share GB00BRJ6JV17 ORD GBP0.05
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.20 5.93% 3.575 2,498,204 16:35:05
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
3.53 3.62 3.80 3.38 3.38
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
  183.66 14.71 -24.45 11
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:09:05 O 100,000 3.575 GBX

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20/1/2021
08:20
Non-standard Finance Daily Update: Non-standard Finance Plc is listed in the sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker NSF. The last closing price for Non-standard Finance was 3.38p.
Non-standard Finance Plc has a 4 week average price of 2.80p and a 12 week average price of 2.75p.
The 1 year high share price is 32p while the 1 year low share price is currently 2.75p.
There are currently 313,117,425 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 6,282,269 shares. The market capitalisation of Non-standard Finance Plc is £11,193,947.94.
15/1/2021
15:54
jas0701: NSF have already stated that they won't raise any funds at such a low share price so 1p is just a dream for shorters.
08/12/2020
18:08
antonagis: Has anyone ever seen a SHORTER like Silverstone1?? She is unbelievable. Look at her older posts. NSF were going bust on black friday. That didn't pan out and she didn't put off enough people to get the price down to a penny which is what she can afford to buy at. Also look at older posts alleging profits of 900K made on NSF. Hilarious unsubstantiated claims from the dear lady. She is currently under investigation for profanities used on here thinking she can't be found which is also hilarious
25/11/2020
15:34
silverstone1: NSF CAN'T ISSUE NEW SHARES AT NOMINAL PRICE OF 5P, SO NOMINAL PRICE WOULD HAVE TO BE REDUCED TO 1P, BUT EVEN 312,000,000 NEW SHARES AT NOMINAL PRICE OF 1P WOULD ONLY RAISE £3,120,000 GROSS AND LESS AFTER EXPENSES, WHICH IS WHY NSF WILL GO BUST!😂
21/11/2020
22:35
prof_pwhite: NSF will be taken over, share price will rocket to 12p.... Rumours Amigo will take over middle of next year.
16/11/2020
13:00
telbap: Strange world, we now have two possible vaccines, good news for nsf, yet the share price drops and drops further on news.....amigo and IPF the same
09/11/2020
15:00
silverstone1: NSF CAN'T ISSUE NEW SHARES AT NOMINAL PRICE OF 5P, SO NOMINAL PRICE WOULD HAVE TO BE REDUCED TO 1P, BUT EVEN 100,000,000 NEW SHARES AT NOMINAL PRICE OF 1P WOULD ONLY RAISE £1,000,000 GROSS AND LESS AFTER EXPENSES, WHICH IS WHY NSF WILL GO BUST!😂
30/10/2020
19:28
stemis: Obviously these weren't great results but one has to judged them in comparison to where we are. At 4p the market cap is £12.5m. The underlying loss of £9.9m includes an extra £16.7m of impairments. Without that a profit of £6.8m (or £13.6m annualised) should command a share price of maybe 30p. The problem of course is that we are going to need an equity raise to repair the balance sheet damage and secure the debt which we use to lend out to customers. Frankly we probably need £25m just for that. Assuming they can get a fund raising away at the current price that's a 2 for 1. Just from the drag of those extra shares, that reduces the 30p to 10p. Not a bad return if you're putting in money at 4p. Rather more disappointing if you're a holder and you can't...
30/10/2020
07:56
city analyst1: Whether you're invested here, or not, it's important to maintain an impartial view to the facts at all times. After all, wasn't it Alexander Pope who opined "Little knowledge is a dangerous thing"? And in the case of the stock markets, ignoring the naked facts and burying your head in the sand can be quite detrimental to your wealth. So don't do it. I've been invested in NSF for a while and questioned, on numerous occasions, why certain institutions were offloading the stock and why the share price was in a perilous state of stagnation. Well, after reading today's results, I know why. Here are excerpts (of his statement) from the company's CEO, John de Blocq van Kuffeler: "The Directors have included an exceptional provision of £15.8m in the 2020 half year results based on their best estimate of the full and final costs of the redress programme." "It is possible that the Gross Redress Amount may differ, perhaps materially from the current estimate and that this could materially impact the financial statements. This is due to the risks and inherent uncertainties surrounding the assumptions used in the provision calculation, as well as the fact that the FCA has not yet reviewed the methodology proposed." "The combined impact of the challenging trading environment, as well as the provision for customer redress on the Group's financial performance, net loan book and balance sheet, has placed the Group under significant financial strain and expanded the breadth and potential impact of the principal risks now facing the Group." "While the Group has significant cash balances and is continuing to operate within its financial covenants, it is in discussions with its lenders regarding possible future covenant waivers and with Alchemy, the Group's largest shareholder, who remains supportive of a substantial equity issue." "As a result of the expected cost of customer redress, under the base case, the Group is expected to breach covenants in the future and solvency will be dependent upon: the ultimate cost of the proposed redress programme being equal or less than the provision being made; the cost of any waivers granted from lenders; and any mitigating actions which could be implemented to offset any adverse movement from the base case." "In addition, the Group may have to further restrict lending activities and/or exercise further financial levers around costs in order to maintain solvency." Thus, beware of posters presenting today's interim results as 'very good'. I'm afraid, and even though I've got capital invested here, today's CEO's statements are ominous and have materially diluted the investment case here. To this end, I would caution against buying stock ahead of the SUBSTANTIAL EQUITY RAISE. IMHO.
28/10/2020
08:58
silverstone1: THE SHARE PRICE WILL COLLAPSE ON FRIDAY AND NSF WILL BE BUST BY BLACK FRIDAY!😂
27/8/2020
10:37
scepticalinvestor: no, Im afraid the reason that the share price is at this price is due to a weak, borderline incompetent bod imo. Their failed PFG bid ruined the company and set the share price crash in motion.
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