Price (GBX)
21.50 -%
Open / Last close
- / 21.50
High / Low
22.50 / 21.50
Bid / Offer
21.00 / 22.00
Special Condition: -
Trading Status: Market Close
As at 01.06.20 03:28:22 - All data delayed at least 15 minutes

PCF Group PLC instruments

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Code Instrument name Price Change Type Documentation
PCFORD 5P21.50

Price information

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Open price
Previous close price / date
21.50 / 29 May 2020
52 week range
13.50 / 38.00
YTD return
1 year return

Instrument information

What's this?
Instrument market cap (£m)
Earnings per share
Dividend (yield)
1.48 %
Issue date
02 June 2000
Market identifier code (MIC)
Country of share register
Market segment
Trading service
Date Time Price CurrencyVolume Trade ValueTrade type Trade flag MIC
29.05.20 12:00:15 21.13 GBX 20,000 4,225.00 Off-Book - AIMX
29.05.20 11:32:21 21.15 GBX 7,235 1,530.20 Off-Book - AIMX
29.05.20 11:18:12 21.60 GBX 6,449 1,392.98 Off-Book - AIMX
29.05.20 09:22:07 21.60 GBX 25,361 5,477.98 Off-Book - AIMX
29.05.20 08:48:51 21.60 GBX 10,000 2,160.00 Off-Book - AIMX

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Capital raise supports growth ambitions

We reiterate Buy on PCF and revise forecasts following the recent £10.75m (gross) capital raise. We see 58% TSR potential on a one-year view after reducing our target price to 55p (from 60p) to reflect a valuation methodology change. Partially reflecting its size, we are confident that PCF can continue to deliver amongst the highest EPS and TNAV growth rates of UK lenders. At 1.5x estimated current year tangible book for a c.17% RoTE in 2021E, we think PCF is undervalued, and given its

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Rally seen in the first quarter stalls

Parliamentary and Brexit developments continue to hold centre stage, although the precise path forward remains as unclear as ever. The uncertainty over Brexit, worries over a possible slowdown in the US and the outlook for global economic growth generally have all contributed to the recent falls in markets. While the rally seen since the start of the year has petered out, most indices have still made progress. In Share News & Views we comment on Bloomsbury Publishing, Bonhill Group*, Braemar Shi

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Positive AGM trading statement

A trading update ahead of PCF’s AGM due later today reports strong trading in the five months to end-February 2019, in line with management’s expectations. Origination volumes are up 78% YoY to £98m compared to PCF’s FY2019 target of £250m. Trading at 1.3x NAV/share at end-2019E, adjusted for the recently announced £10m capital raise, for an estimated 14% RoE in FY2019E with significant medium-term profitability improvement potential, we think PCF is underv

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Share & share alike

We have seen a continuation of the rally evident so far this year. The factors are familiar with greater optimism regarding US-China trade talks. At home, the path to Brexit remains unclear as D-day looms. The possibility of a delay has increased. The company reporting season continues to highlight winners and losers with the majority of results in line. We have also seen an uptick in corporate M&A. Results set the morning agenda and Brexit votes the evening one. In Share News & Views

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Share & share alike

Roses are red – markets are blue! The rally since the start of the year resumed this week, after a pull-back last week. The FTSE 100 has risen due to the weakness of sterling and the impact on its dollar-earning constituents. More domestically-oriented indices have also risen but lagged more recently. The latest Brexit twist is due later with a statement to Parliament on the negotiations. Company news continue to dominate the morning headlines and amendment votes the evening ones. In Sh

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