Secure Trust Bank Dividends - STB

Secure Trust Bank Dividends - STB

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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Secure Trust Bank STB London Ordinary Share GB00B6TKHP66 ORD 40P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price High Price Low Price Open Price Close Price Last Trade
  -40.00 -2.70% 1,440.00 1,420.00 1,380.00 1,400.00 1,480.00 16:35:03
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Secure Trust Bank STB Dividends History

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wobaguk: The EMS on this is extremely low, quoted as 150 on my brokers, fewer than 10 positions are open at IG (and Im one of them). I'm guessing that the stagnant share price is partly down to insufficient numbers of shares for institutional investors to bother with, which is what it takes to kick start a share price these days. Possibly combined with a high percentage of share ownership with early investors sitting on shares. In comparison, Shawbrook and OneSavings, two other major challenger banks have in the order of 10 times the shares in circulation, and a tenth of the share price. (over all they are 2 to 3 times the size in market cap) Cant help feeling a share split might help light the blue touch paper STB needs for this to finally take off. 5 to 1 should do it, that and a decent tip in the press.
papy02: Dave. Interesting post, thanks. I have arbed by going long ARBB and short twice the amount of STB (via a Spreadex Mar 14 spreadbet). So the overall position should be market-neutral to any STB price change, it's just a bet on the pricing anomaly closing. Looking at a chart of the two, STB is looking a bit stretched atm, but the 2x pricing anomaly broadly seems to have been there since the STB IPO: {Edit, I removed the link to ADVFN chart of the two, as it was too long and mucked up the formatting of the entire thread. Just look at 2yr plot of ARBB and add STB as an overlay} Any ideas anyone what is behind the pricing anomaly and what could cause it to close (or widen!) ? I need to double check the dividend position but suspect it is working against me (so will cost me to keep the position open). Many thanks for the idea.
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