Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Virgin Money LSE:VM. London Ordinary Share GB00BQ8P0644 ORD 0.01P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 349.30 0.00 00:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
348.20 349.40 0.00 0.00 0.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 958.00 262.60 37.80 9.2 1,558
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 0.00 GBX

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catsick: Cybg wont get this deal done , they can barely pay a div, stuck with all these miss selling hyenas on their backs and making an opportunist bid for virgin, the deal does not happen but it will put a 350 floor on the share price.....
nothingtogain: The underlying value in this company is not evident in the share price. For 2018 further growth is clearly anticipated. So net interest margins will be lower - will this effect the forward movement in P/E ?No It will reduce profits but not on a material level. Current EPS of 37.8p beat expectations. My understanding from Morningstar was that c. 33p was expected. Therefore P/E yesterday was slightly over 8 times (33p *£2.65 = 8.03 times). Today if we take this simple calculation on the new EPS figure 37.8p x 8.03 = £3.04 and we are only at £2.78. Sector medium is at 14.6 times P/E. Therefore 14.6 x 37.8p = £5.52 . The market really is a thick muppet. IPO at £2.83 with EPS at 23p in 2015 with the price range between £2.90 to £4.50. I think the 2015 EPS figure will double in 2018 to say 46p. What a bargin due to brexit and other macro economic factors. Lets say banks come back into favour in a few years could we be looking at the banking section in general with a P/E sector ratio of 20? Is so based on continued steady growth in 5 years we are looking at EPS of c. 75p x 20 = £15 (5.4 times the current price). Any comments negative/positive welcome ? ?
its the oxman: Very positive. Good progress in everything bar the share price. Deserves to be comfortably over 300p.
catsick: Now these results look great to me, growing a high quality loan book with internally generated capital and very low levels of arrears, very decent profits, I am sure we see a big puke in the share price as it usually happens when I think the results look good
bobosh13: It's a bit strange that VM. share price is overreacting compared to other FS stocks. Anyone have any idea why?
stockbob: CC2014 i feel your pain! only 400,000 plus sold but more tax that bought . all the sells lately have been automated sells and mostly small amounts. like i said before we have no PPI and no historical claims against VM. to think we are getting towards the price when the brexit result was announced last june! Last time this year we were about £3-05 and nothings changed except the share price. can not understand why all the high street banks are up! This share will be back over £3-00 soon trading update coming 17/10/17 Perhapscthe management should make some sort of statement earlier to reassure investors GLA
shawzie: Does this share price need to fall to a level where the yield is doubled, or does the dividend need to be doubled to keep present share price?
its the oxman: Dire share price. Hope it's worth the wait whatever happens.
its the oxman: Yes I clearly remember seeing Richard Branson on morning TV shortly after the Brexit vote saying the vote and plunging share price of VM had scuppered a deal that was looking imminent. Always wondered what that was or if it might just be postponed until share price had recovered. Could of been be co op related or something else.
flagon: Has market underestimated Virgin Money mortgage growth? 23 March 2017, 11:55 Investec banking analyst Ian Gordon thinks consensus forecasts for net mortgage lending at challenger bank Virgin Money (VM) are too pessimistic. Figures out today from the Council of Mortgage Lenders showed gross mortgage lending of £18.2bn in February 2017, up 1% year-on-year and the best performance for that month in nine years. Noting the January level was also the best over the same time-frame, Gordon asks: ‘When will consensus correct?’ Net mortgage lending shows the flow of new mortgage lending minus any repayments. Gordon’s forecast is for net mortgage lending in 2017 of £3.8bn, representing 13% growth, against the consensus estimate for £2.9bn. UPDATE IS ON THE HORIZON Investors may get an indication of who’s right when Virgin delivers its first quarter interim management statement on 25 April. Gordon reiterates his 385p price target, against the current share price of 321p, and ‘buy’ recommendation. He says: ‘We expect it to deliver a superior total shareholder return over the next 12 months vs every large-cap UK bank.’ Link -> hTTps://
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