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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
  19.40 6.01% 342.40 343.20 344.00 344.00 325.40 328.00 523,687 16:35:19
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Nonequity Investment Instruments 807.8 -113.5 -32.9 - 868

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02/8/2020
10:42
I think their loans will be surprisingly resilient. The loans are relatively small amounts and short duration. Given all the government support, and the fact that a lot of the borrowers are in receipt of benefits, I'm not expecting any huge increase in bad debts. When furlough eventually ends and unemployment goes through the roof, a lot of the existing loans will have matured. However, at that stage there should be a very strong demand for new loans, and PFG will be very well placed to meet this demand. I would also point out that home collection now makes up a small part of their business. The majority of lending is through the digital Vanquis bank division, which has consistently performed strongly
riverman77
02/8/2020
10:39
From Lloyd's research: borrowing from family and friends reduced 40% during lockdown - so either borrowing generally declined or they went elsewhere to get a loan.Second highest reason for borrowing was for car purchases which was I imagine aided by the concern people have with travelling via public transport.Https://m.marketscreener.com/LLOYDS-BANKING-GROUP-PLC-4000786/news/Lloyds-Banking-Borrowing-and-lending-between-loved-ones-plummets-31034525/?utm_medium=RSS&utm_source
discodave45
02/8/2020
09:51
On Yahoo finance today, analysts are stating there is going to be a 'surge in loan losses this year 'and that the situation is only going to get worse.
jeannettetigger
01/8/2020
12:55
Dave, Yes still in Amigo which is looking like it will fly now, but I'm really pondering this. Amigo is a very different business model and following a recovery pattern following BOD fall out as you know. This stock seems like a steal, but I always welcome views...
clemoc
01/8/2020
10:11
Household income will be used to pay gas/electricity, water rates, mortgages etc.Non essential spend won't even come into the minds for people with no jobs.look at the share price! Disco you should know having bought at £1.95!
jeannettetigger
01/8/2020
09:53
Think the opposite is true, restrictions/limitations on non essential household spend (pubs, cinemas, holidays abroad, etc) should reduce non-payments on loans. That said it could also mean a reduction in new customers as well.Do you still hold AMGO?
discodave45
01/8/2020
08:05
Surely the market provident are in is going to get divistated over the coming months with un paid loans, and surely door step loans will end due to new lock downs, I'm guessing this is why the share price is dropping as there's no idea when they can return to normal business??
clemoc
31/7/2020
07:57
Natwest set aside billions of pounds to offset anticipation of soured loans.
jeannettetigger
30/7/2020
13:32
I see the IPF share price has been heading south over the last week or so. Maybe sentiment may return soon who knows.
jeannettetigger
30/7/2020
12:37
The Markets are looking very nervous today, banks in particular, fears of non payments on loans/debt. It Will be interesting to see how this pans out.
jeannettetigger
28/7/2020
15:54
diku, ohoh, DiscoDave4, Diohohku and diggerdog1 have all stop posting on CNA, I wonder why discodave45 🤔
jeannettetigger
28/7/2020
13:29
Dave old son are you not using discodave4 anymore ?
babycheeky
28/7/2020
13:26
Is today's move a delayed reaction to the new NED?Https://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/markets/article-8565303/Margot-James-joins-board-Provident-Financial.html
discodave45
21/7/2020
21:58
Thanks for that babycheeky, so he only has 5 handles!!!.
jeannettetigger
21/7/2020
21:52
See how Dave is using his other names to tick himself up LOL
babycheeky
21/7/2020
21:30
Bought some IPF today having looked into it a bit more, well undervalued, even more so than here and do believe the sector will do well over the next year or so.
discodave45
21/7/2020
20:57
babycheeky, have you had dealings with diku before, as I was pretty sure it was Disco. He also has a username of BuyHighSelllowdoh. He was found out within 5 posts and stopped posting on CNA. You will see his last post as BuyHigh is how I caught him answering himself between 2 discodave45 posts on pfg, which he erased.
jeannettetigger
21/7/2020
20:01
He has stop posting as diggerdog1, diku, and ohoh on CNA after he tried to discredit me.
jeannettetigger
21/7/2020
14:09
Well discodave4 or 45 as you now like to call yourself still posting rubbish but you have form for that. Don't you think you are a bit sneaky trying to pretend you are not discodave4 ? Not a lot of imagination mate but what else could we expect from you LOL
babycheeky
21/7/2020
09:56
Yep possibly but their revenue was up 8.7%, number of customers was up 10% and excluding cost of complaints (horrendous!) their bottom line profit would have been up 13%.
discodave45
20/7/2020
09:58
Bye bye Amigo ! ?
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