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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Provident Financial Plc 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
  -2.80 -1.62% 169.80 168.40 169.20 173.70 166.90 170.00 440,596 16:35:06
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonequity Investment Instruments 998.3 128.8 33.3 5.1 431

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
06/8/2019
09:05
No friggin excuse now for staying independent!!
bookbroker
30/7/2019
09:31
Peel hunt upgrades from Hold to Buy
richardbrook1
30/7/2019
07:55
HTTPS://www.ft.com/content/5da85252-b294-11e9-8cb2-799a3a8cf37b Recovery unsurprisingly hit by TO attempt but interim div restored (9p).
dendria
29/7/2019
10:16
Interim results tomorrow.
gregsc
09/7/2019
21:41
Sorry, still non the wiser, what RNS?, the only PFG RNS today is the holdings RNS for Woodford.Can you post up link please :)
discodave4
09/7/2019
20:41
Today's PFG RNS checks the box: "No trading in the stock - voting control interest over stock transferred to new manager " There are 7 holdings RNSs today (and 16 yesterday) with the same wording. One of them (PPI's yesterday) names Omnis, as I said above. Presumably the handover was the 5th. It's quite possible, of course, that Jupiter will be a seller. And Woody's WEIF and WIFF will have to sell in due course. And NSF features.
jonwig
09/7/2019
20:25
Sorry jonwig you have lost me there.
discodave4
09/7/2019
19:58
Woody isn't selling (today's RNS). He was sacked by Omnis Inv Mgt and replaced by Jupiter. The existing holding is just changing ownership. Jupiter might be a seller soon, of course.
jonwig
09/7/2019
19:54
Think they are cheap now but recovery could drag on depending on Woodford selling. Will sit on hands and see what H1 brings at the end of the month.
discodave4
09/7/2019
13:25
Seems Woody is selling in dribs and drabs.Appears no one wants to buy a big chunk of him.
dual
09/7/2019
12:00
Woody 17.98% to 16.83%.
dendria
09/7/2019
10:58
I'm watching from the sidelines here. I became interested because Keith Ashworth-Lord has been buying for the buffettology Fund as well as quite a few directors, most recently. However there is continuous downward pressure from the sale by NW and Invesco. Does anyone know if Woodford and or Invesco are planning to sell down all of their stake because they have a massive chunk between them...? Quite a few brokers have been downgrading them but at some point they will be a bargain - not sure if it is yet though! Any thoughts?
bsharman3
02/7/2019
09:30
Sooner Woodford and Invesco out here, particularly NW., the better, holdings of their size are a requisite for instability, Barnett is as big a culprit as Woodford, and I’m surprised Invesco, or its parent, has not nudged him out, his performance unlikely to have been much much better, but then stronger asset backing!
bookbroker
28/6/2019
09:26
It is laughable that the price NSF offered is 25% higher than where we are now, the argument for PFG directors correct in so far as using PFG’s size to enable the bid, but also putting great strain on NSF, but they had a plan, PFG ought to repay the compliment, because someone saw synergies! But the volume again high today which suggests a big line of stock is overhanging the market price.
bookbroker
27/6/2019
22:32
The Directors seem to be rubbing it in here, picking up cheap shares that Woody is forced to offload. Providing they do indeed turn out to be cheap of course, but they seem to be on track from what they have been communicating to the market.
gowlane
27/6/2019
22:20
Personally, I do not think there is a rational market in this company’s shares currently, you have Woodford who is desperately trying to raise cash for redemptions, and his get out for a reverse takeover by NSF went by the wayside, and you have Invesco and Marathon who both supported the bid now disgruntled shareholders. The falls here do not reflect the trading performance as recent statement suggests an improvement. But I m still in the dark, director buying can not simply be a way of reassuring investors, it has little effect in that department these days, and why would they throw good money after bad! Someone wants to get out at any price, and that is most likely Woodford or Marathon, but a false market exists here!
bookbroker
27/6/2019
21:52
That sell at the end sends a bad signal to the market, watch out for more sales...
fenners66
27/6/2019
16:20
Looks like Woodford unloading another massive tranche, hopefully so, and not Invesco, but either on the basis of their screwed support for NSF, both Invesco and Woodford should be sunk together for their incestuous relationship!
bookbroker
25/6/2019
10:55
The non-execs, and executive directors have been buying a fair few of late, I do not read into that too much, but then why buy if you simply believe the price has further to fall, but PFG has unfortunately been locked onto NSF which is in a dire situation with its own valuation, its time PFG repaid the favour!
bookbroker
25/6/2019
10:52
I think that the market is basically going to force him to liquidate by punishing the stocks he holds, a false market is being created where he is involved. I have never understood why he felt the need to build up such substantial stakes in the companies he is invested in, but that is his way, likewise Invesco too, and I do believe it should be legislated by the FCA unless a takeover/merger is indicated. Woodford may not have broken the law, but his time is up!
bookbroker
25/6/2019
09:59
Couldn't agree more bookbroker. He has interfered with other companies I am invested in, such as Stobart. A lot of publicity has been given to prisoners of his funds but what about ordinary investors in companies he now has to sell.
gregsc
25/6/2019
08:51
FFS EVERYDAY DROP DOUBLE FIGURES
rajni120
24/6/2019
09:21
Would have been better had PFG not made a counter offer against NSF, the weakness in NSF share price has now had a detrimental effect on PFG, Woodford once again to blame, I see him in the dock down the line over his gross mismanagement of assets, the bloke still refuses to admit to his misguided hubris! The belief that he is infallible when it comes to investing capital! As soon as the restrictions in place on redemptions are lifted, you will witness a rush for the exit!
bookbroker
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