Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Provident Financial Group LSE:PFG London Ordinary Share GB00B1Z4ST84 ORD 20 8/11P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -10.20p -1.50% 668.20p 667.60p 668.40p 678.40p 665.60p 678.40p 197,106 12:09:54
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonequity Investment Instruments 1,196.3 -123.0 -90.7 - 2,364.45

Provident Financial Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
27/10/2017
17:06
Stay patient When stays above 950/1000 new level of return Just time Slow burn
russell250
27/10/2017
16:41
Good finish for Friday.
umitw
27/10/2017
08:56
Great thanks for that russell250, that's what I was expecting.
umitw
27/10/2017
08:52
I have a good friend working at panmure - he just sent me the recommendation - price target 1200
russell250
27/10/2017
08:49
Thx for the added more
nw99
27/10/2017
08:43
Thx Russell
umitw
27/10/2017
08:32
i have asked - not received yet - I have asked David BUIK - DIRECTLY ON TWITTER
russell250
27/10/2017
08:06
Russell250 , what's their price target?
umitw
27/10/2017
07:35
Panmure Gorden`s - market commentator tweeted this morning that Panmure`s Shailesh Raikundlia posts buy recommendation for PFG what is interesting here is Shailesh cover Morses club - panmure are their house broker !!!
russell250
27/10/2017
00:53
Oh well at least I made a profit from compounded dividends over ther years, yet the 60% fall has only voided years of investing :0
cellular3
27/10/2017
00:48
My granny has millions of her pension in the provy, Neil said it will go back up!
cellular3
26/10/2017
22:34
bargainbob 26 Oct '17 - 18:22 - 2445 of 2446 I bet Glenkaz is out Well his last 50 posts have been Greatland Gold so clearly got bored here
fenners66
26/10/2017
18:25
I have decided to not invest in the bonds. A 7% return although attractive does not seem to reflect the risk involved. It seems bond yields overall aren't great right now. I really can't find anything I fancy.
cc2014
26/10/2017
18:22
I bet Glenkaz is out
bargainbob
26/10/2017
15:30
Thank you. So easy that I missed it. Questor is one of the few DT sections to retain (most of) it's journalistic legitimacy.
ccnp
26/10/2017
13:51
I imagine they will get very busy during Christmas lots of new business.
smurfy2001
26/10/2017
11:38
There was an article in the "I" I think that said they could afford a fine of £200m - but any more and they would struggle. I guess the known unknown is how much will they get fined? If it's too much then the bond repayment could be a problem. I guess the result of the investigation is a binary event, I suspect if the day before a decision is published one can go short and long simultaneously with stop losses in place there will be money to be made.
fenners66
26/10/2017
10:42
A pair of profit warnings after a bungled reorganisation, the cancellation of dividends and the departure of the chief executive all mean shareholders in sub-prime lender Provident Financial have suffered terribly this year, since the shares have collapsed and been kicked out of the FTSE 100 for good measure. But the company has three bonds in issue. They all come with yields to maturity that may appeal to risk-tolerant income-seekers and could prove great value if Provident can reassure investors that its short-term woes will not become long-term ones. The Provident Financial 7pc 2020 bond, which matures on April 14 2020, pays an annual coupon of £7 on every £100 bond held. That equates to a running yield of 6.9pc and a yield to maturity of 6.6pc. The question would-be investors must therefore ask is whether the company is capable of paying the coupons and then returning the principal (in... Ah, so that's as far as I can read without a subscription which brings me to the most important question. Can they repay the principal? Any thoughts anyone? I'm off to read the accounts now but would appreciate any insight.
cc2014
26/10/2017
09:37
ccnp = are you referring to Questor article - on premium - written by russ mould 2 days ago -
russell250
26/10/2017
08:49
Russell250, I cant find it. Do you have a link to the article please or the journalist's name? The words 'article' and 'Daily Telegraph' do not carry the same currency as they used to for me. The old DT (Bill Deedes et al) used to be a rattling good right wing broadsheet but nowadays, so much of the content is written as an article but is actually nothing more than sponsor oriented views or thinly concealed advertising and has to be treated with considerable caution.
ccnp
25/10/2017
14:40
Seems reasonable.
smurfy2001
25/10/2017
14:37
I'm looking for £12 , I don't think we will see PFG @ £30 level for a long time !
umitw
25/10/2017
14:27
interesting that deutsche bank seems to be trading this like a day trader keeps for liquidity in market have a solid % of your portfolio as long term hold ( for me applies) or a short position then trade will loose funds for daily movements
russell250
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