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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
  -6.00 -1.74% 339.00 338.40 339.00 345.00 329.40 345.00 1,707,485 16:29:45
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonequity Investment Instruments 807.8 -113.5 -32.9 - 860

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12/8/2020
17:37
You and JT need to get a life, not sure what Dave has ever done to you but neither of you add any value to this board and tbh the drivel you both post just punctuates informative posts from other contributors, including Dave and gets in the way.
jimbobs147
12/8/2020
14:18
12 posts in 7 years jim looks like another dave handle.
babycheeky
12/8/2020
14:16
That means one of two things You are a liar or You are dave If you have clicked on a link posted by discodave4 now discodave45 he has infected your computer.
babycheeky
12/8/2020
14:12
No problem with the link, safe and informative.
jimbobs147
12/8/2020
13:00
discodave45 used to be discodave4 and was doing the same on CNA. DO NOT click on it.
babycheeky
12/8/2020
12:55
Picked this up from the NSF thread last week but forgot to post it here.Q&A with Hardman & Co analyst on their results and interesting to note he cited (2:20 onwards) that they should follow PFG's model and increase profits during a recession.Https://vimeo.com/442268734
discodave45
12/8/2020
11:53
Disco, what happened to diggerdog1 he's not posted since July 18th...well he did try to help you out ( failed miserably ). Hope you're buying on the dips!.
jeannettetigger
12/8/2020
11:05
Disco, check out the CNA board, 8 thumbs up for babycheeky, it was only a matter of time when people would find you out!.
jeannettetigger
12/8/2020
10:50
babycheeky, keep up the good work, certain posters on here must walk about with their covid masks on the wrong way!.
jeannettetigger
11/8/2020
21:24
Yes Dave and knowing more than you is easy. discodave4 or discodave45 not the brightest do some research dave and stop trying to sponge of those more intelligent than you. That is pretty much everyone else discodave4
babycheeky
11/8/2020
21:13
MCL up 20% again today, not researched that one but cursory look at it appears similar to here in terms of market and delivery but it's their digital offering that seems to be taking off - perhaps lockdown impact here has moved them towards more digital?.Does anyone know more about MCL?
discodave45
11/8/2020
18:08
Sorry Jimbobs147 you could ask dave to go away that might work. He is a troll I know.
babycheeky
11/8/2020
18:07
dave you did try a lot of bullying didn't you but everyone wised up to what bully and big head you are. Truth is you are not very intelligent. You make Jeremy Corbyn appear intelligent by comparison.
babycheeky
11/8/2020
18:05
Can the moderator not do something about this persistent trolling? It adds nothing to what used to be a well informed board.
jimbobs147
11/8/2020
18:01
Do you not post on CNA anymore dave ?
babycheeky
11/8/2020
18:01
Dave old boy or should I say discodave4 or discodave45 or dozzydave ?
babycheeky
11/8/2020
17:43
Was only thinking £2.50 next year but if it comes early I won't complain :)
discodave45
11/8/2020
13:28
possibly breaking from its pennant....armegedon priced in at 66% of NAV despite excellent provisions and free capital £2.50 to £3.00 after results would be nice
seagreen
10/8/2020
10:31
MCL (Morses) up 23% on their positive trading update this morning, bodes well for here in a few weeks time IMO.
discodave45
07/8/2020
09:08
Yep hold some, trade some. Easy money.
encarter
07/8/2020
08:14
To be fair Dave I think your on the mark, there's a right nightmare coming to this sector, however if you bought at the right price and you can hold for a couple of years, your returns will follow. The problem with this stock is due to its recent share price swings its been now followed by traders that bought heavily last week at 155. These guys will be dropping back down to their entry point soon, however they will also look to get back in...
clemoc
06/8/2020
18:34
(Sharecast News) - The Financial Conduct Authority has told high-cost lenders to review their repeat loans as vulnerable borrowers face mounting debts caused by the Covid-19 crisis. The FCA said as firms restart lending after the coronvirus lockdown it wanted them to improve their behaviour towards hard-up borrowers. An FCA survey, conducted before the pandemic, found firms stressing the ease of borrowing more and suggesting taking out loans for holidays using pictures of exotic holiday spots. Lenders also told borrowers that relending was common practice and normal behaviour, the FCA said. Total levels of debt often increased for consumers who took extra credit from high-cost lenders and almost half of those who did so said they regretted it, the survey found. Borrowers missed payments, leading to anxiety and stress. Jonathan Davidson, the FCA's executive director of supervision, retail and authorisations, said: "Before the pandemic we saw increasing numbers of complaints about high-cost lenders' relending practices. We expect firms to review their relending practices in light of our findings as they start to lend again, and to make any necessary changes to improve customer outcomes." UK households are expected to amass £6bn of extra debt because of the Covid-19 crisis as millions of people fall behind on card payments and other bills, the StepChange charity has warned. Though households have repaid billions of pounds of unsecured debt during the crisis this has mainly affected relatively affluent borrowers. Low-income borrowers could face further pressure as government support for jobs is withdrawn, raising the prospect of millions of people being put out of work during the deepest recession since world war two. Banks are also set to unwind measures to support customers such as payment holidays. Laura Suter, a personal finance analyst at investment platform AJ Bell, said: "As a large chunk of the population has been forced into debt by the current Covid-19 crisis, the regulator is clearly worried about debt companies using misleading marketing and pushy tactics to keep customers in high-cost debt. "Anyone who is struggling to repay their debt or is continually borrowing should be offered debt advice, a plan to pay off their borrowing, pointed to cheaper forms of debt and support in solving the problem, rather than just denied lending by the debt company."
discodave45
06/8/2020
13:51
dave why are you not posting on the Centrica broker notes thread anymore ? you were the top poster there a little while ago posting lies rubbish and hate
babycheeky
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