Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
OneSavings Bank LSE:OSB London Ordinary Share GB00BM7S7K96 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.40p -0.35% 397.00p 396.80p 397.20p 400.60p 396.20p 399.40p 50,226 11:21:19
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 332.7 167.7 51.1 7.8 968.85

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
19/3/2018
09:54
https://finance.yahoo.com/news/onesavings-bank-full-profit-jumps-073305872.html?.tsrc=rss
uhound
16/3/2018
10:11
Its the predicted fall in NIM from 3.16% to 3% in 2018. Does not alter the fact that the fall in NIM should have been known to the market - and the fall in share price is overdone in any case.
future financier
16/3/2018
09:41
Yesterday, on reporting very good results by declaring increased profits and higher dividends, OSB inexplicably went into 'free fall' and dropped nearly 40p (amounting to nearly -6%) within just one day. It made no sense whatsoever, short of assuming some element of 'manipulation'. What was there not to like? Yet 'The Market' clearly decided otherwis from the start. I'm still left seeking answers and wonder, had the results been not so good, what would have been the outcome? What a 'fickle'and incomprehensible place it is...!
mazarin
15/3/2018
16:23
Yes, I had that in mind too, the timing is about right and from memory I think they last sold on 9th Jan. I'll wait to see RNS on this one. Incidentally ALD was finally withdrawn from The Market today, so as and when I get paid, I could consider buying more here. I'm am unsure how long it will take before funds are paid to holders, my Broker (ii) thinks it could take 2 weeks.
mazarin
15/3/2018
12:11
Mazarin,Maybe Flowers will sell their remaining holding, that could be weighing on things.
che7win
15/3/2018
11:01
It's not as though BoE's decision to reduce Bank funding facility in the future should have come as any surprise, so I consequently doubt this factor alone has spooked 'the market'. None of it makes any sense to me.
mazarin
15/3/2018
10:50
Div and eps better than forecast I believe but banks are out of favour I guess. Brexit and slowing economy fears overdone and driving sentiment. Should bounce back in days ahead.
its the oxman
15/3/2018
10:10
Another set of good results, it must be the cost to income forecast rise spooking the markets: hTtps://www.ft.com/content/f333c556-281e-11e8-b27e-cc62a39d57a0
che7win
15/3/2018
08:19
Yes, decent results. These guys quiety keep on executing and delivering Only downer is the loss of the bank funding facility which will hit NIM this year, however OSB are always conservative in their guidance so in my view their comment provide a floor to NIM for the year, rather than where it will actually end up
adamb1978
15/3/2018
07:39
These are certainly good results and I would expect them to be well received by the ‘market’
mazarin
15/3/2018
07:12
Results look fine to me, ratios stable or moving in right direction, nice divi
ayl30
09/3/2018
15:39
All noted - thanks, but its been flat-lining since July last year and I wondered if there's more to it? As ever, time will tell.
mazarin
09/3/2018
11:27
maz - see my post 1027 from 28 December!
future financier
09/3/2018
11:13
So what's driving this, when financials today generally are down? Can it be leaks or just 'optimistic anticipation' ahead of results on 15th March 2018?
mazarin
08/3/2018
15:00
Its doing very well.
che7win
08/3/2018
12:30
One week to go before results - maybe a little bit of a leak here?
future financier
08/3/2018
12:15
Doing well in run up to results, very quiet here. I topped up this am
ayl30
07/2/2018
13:07
mazarin, I think its more like market short-sightedness. OSB gets pidgeon holed somewhere between bank, building society, house builder and finance house. So anytime there is a housing/mortgage lending survey such as has been recently OSB gets treated (wrongly) according to latest figures. Here's an excerpt from the interims spelling out OSB's modus with regard to BTL market that should put minds at ease. 'In the main, this reduction (BTL lending), is a result of the reduced attractiveness of the sector to the amateur investor, many of whom have entered the market in recent years. Demand from professional landlords has remained strong and we expect to see the market continue to professionalise in the near term as the tax and regulatory changes continue to take effect. Our proposition has always been targeted towards the professional landlord, hence these changes have had a positive impact on OSB. Our average market share of new business increased in the first six months of 2017, given our specialism and expertise in lending to limited companies and large portfolio landlords.' Results on 15th March will confirm this and the +ve trading updates since.
bahiflyer
06/2/2018
13:56
Looks like 'its legs have just given way" ....me thinks?
mazarin
25/1/2018
14:22
Never mind, its got legs, er ... I think...?
mazarin
25/1/2018
11:42
Oh dear maz - your comment was somewhat ill-timed!
future financier
25/1/2018
10:38
Nice to see the rise this morning, long may it continue....!
mazarin
12/1/2018
10:14
maz, PAG and LLOY also were very strong yesterday. Nice uptrend here.
che7win
12/1/2018
10:06
Checking through the trades yesterday there were lots of smaller buys constantly going through that pushed the share price to 414.6p at one point before settling to close at 410.4, showing there's still a strong appetite for OSB and today, so far is no exception
mazarin
11/1/2018
12:06
Thanks CHET, I have followed your trades and you seem to have done well enough out of OSB since I've been holding. I'll not forget your ALD buy the day before Bid came in. And also interested you haven't got back in OSB yet, no doubt have more pressing target's in mind. I've seen your interest in, TXP also doing well for you.
mazarin
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