Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ramsdens Holdings Plc LSE:RFX London Ordinary Share GB00BDR6V192 ORD GBP0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.00 -1.46% 135.00 81,863 14:26:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
132.00 138.00 138.50 132.50 137.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 59.50 8.45 21.40 6.3 42
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
15:38:08 O 2,836 137.50 GBX

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Ramsdens Daily Update: Ramsdens Holdings Plc is listed in the General Financial sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker RFX. The last closing price for Ramsdens was 137p.
Ramsdens Holdings Plc has a 4 week average price of 131.75p and a 12 week average price of 112p.
The 1 year high share price is 255.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 68p.
There are currently 30,837,653 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 48,222 shares. The market capitalisation of Ramsdens Holdings Plc is £41,630,831.55.
yump: Its not that hard to have a guess at Sept20-Sept21 results, without some broker's finger in the air stuff. (I've got my own !) Its 'just' a question of looking at the timing of likely recovery in physical openings, people visiting the shops and the return of FX with holidays. I think there will be better times to buy because I think they'll be pushing it to get say 7p earnings for the year. That would be about a p/e of 20 at the current price. On a couple of year's view, a return to normality, all other things being equal would make current price look cheap, even on a p/e of 10, given they were growing well up until March '20. As far as I can make out, with the vaccine etc. the earliest date for some sort of reality to return is spring, which is after the first half year. FX return next year is up in the air at the moment. I can't see any justification for 185p, but I can see some significant downside risk. No doubts about their ultimate survival though.
shanklin: Results look fine. Have no clue why RFX and many many other companies are not clearly stating how much Government money they have received, simply so that we can get a better understanding of the current state of the business.
riverman77: I hold HAT and debating whether to switch to RFX. HAT appears to still be a bit cheaper from what I can see. Assuming EPS returns to 2019 levels at some point, HAT is on 6x multiple, while RFX is on 6.5x. HAT is is also on a discount to book value, while RFX slightly above. Both have strong cash positions accounting for around a third of market cap. On the other hand, RFX share price is 45% down since early Feb, while HAT is down 30%. RFX not yet seen a big rally to reflect a recovery in its FX business, which we've seen across the travel sector. So perhaps more upside from a simple mean reversion perspective. HAT still has the FCA investigation hanging over it, so that is something else to consider.
rigsby68: more upside on the post covid recovery in RFX I think. selling foreign currency will also help this climb once things return to normal.
wanttowin: Added a few today and confident £2 will be on its way soon. What with excellent vaccine news, overseas travel returning, airlines rising, cruising looking good for the spring, gold in the highs... lots of positives for RFX. People are chomping at the bit for overseas holidays imho. GLA
lammylover: People (furloughed or employed) have paid back loans during lockdown, which is prudent and shows Ramsdens loans are good and customer base is solid. I'd expect a much greater need for pawnbrokers to rise steadily in the next 6 months as redundancies rise, furlough ends and unfortunately other businesses fail. FX - which is the most profitable arm of RFX is going to be slow till Spring; however I think the BOD deserve credit for making best of 4 months lockdown. If you look at the year end report from March, most RFX shops have short leases and as mentioned in this RNS, they will switch to shops with higher footfall areas - again taking up opportunities presented by the recession in retail town centres. Bodes well for future and well run business, IMO
lammylover: Positive update IMO Profit before tax for 18 month period is £9m. Results to end March 2020 showed £8m pre tax profit, so assume £1m profit for last 6 months whilst shops were shut for 4 months and also FX revenue only at 30% of normal. Also cash in bank at £16M compared to March when RNS flagged up that Ramsdens had £10m in bank. Customers paying back loans during lockdown is good news. Overall, looks like the BOD have managed situation pretty well Expecting share price to pick up this morning on the news Good luck all holders Rich
lammylover: Directors need to get a trade statement out here, as share price will keep drifting down each day on no news. Bid now 106p and no doubt some panicked private investors will sell on fear that something is wrong. However just low volume and no news, so MMs walking price down and keeping spread large. Good luck all holders - last thing I saw was that RFX have £10m cash and its a canny team of accountants who run this firm Rich
jamessmith23: Further lockdown would really impact this share unfortunately, it has already lost a lot of GP from the lack of fx services, if the UK goes into another lockdown and either shops close or people aren't using them, then I could see this going down to sub £1. They should be able to use their strong balance sheet and spare cash to support the business, but realistically it looks like there is going to be fairly significantly reduction in profitability in this area for the foreseeable and you would only hold as a very long term value option. I could be wrong but I don't see any catalysts for the share price here in the right direction, partly because all those that are out of work are continuing to receive support from the gov and that doesn't seem to be going away anytime soon.A well run business which I would look to hold again at some point, but in a badly hit sector and although its could be attractive in the future, I don't see the use of holding for the slow drift down.
yump: If RFX had followed the price of gold I think the share price would be considerably higher. It was at this level in March. It would also take a lot of investors to be linking RFX directly to the gold price to move the share price when the gold price moves. Looks more like the initial drop of 5% triggered a fair number of trading stop-losses. I can't imagine with the now old worry about recession, that lending defaults have suddenly become a new worry. If it was then busiensses like MCL would have dropped a lot, although to be fair, their share price has been kicked after Woodford sold a chunk. Could be just that old thing of shares going up and down. btw I promise not to post that a share looks like it is about to breakout again. That seems to be a contra-indicator. This is doomed ;-)
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