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Amigo Holdings Says Co's Free Float Is Now 28%
Amigo Holdings Says Chairman Sold 1.8 Mln Co Shares
Amigo Holdings HY Adj. Profit After Tax 35.8 Mln Stg
Amigo Holdings PLC is a United Kingdom-based guarantor loan company that provides of sales financing services. The Company offers access to credit to those who are unable to borrow from traditional lenders due to their credit histories. The Company provides a single product a guarantor loan. The Company’s guarantor loan product allows borrowers to rebuild their credit scores and improve their ability to access credit from mainstream financial service providers in the future.
Consumer Financial Services
Nova Bldg, 118-128 Commercial Road
Independent Chairman of the Board
Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director
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London's FTSE 100 rose on Friday as a new stimulus plan from China helped support sentiment after U.S. jobs data disappointed and housebuilder Berkeley gained after pointing to robust conditions in key British markets despite Brexit uncertainties.
Marks & Spencer <MKS.L>, Direct Line <DLGD.L> and Micro Focus <MCRO.L> will be relegated from London's FTSE 100 <.FTSE> index from Sept. 23 following the latest quarterly review, the index operator FTSE Russell said on Wednesday.
Marks & Spencer, Direct Line and Micro Focus will be relegated from London's FTSE 100 index from Sept. 23 following the latest quarterly review, the index operator FTSE Russell said on Wednesday.
Gains in mining companies after nickel prices hit an all-time high and signs of a resumption of U.S.-China trade talks lifted London's FTSE 100 on Friday, as the index snapped a four-week losing streak.
London's main index jumped on Thursday as China's fresh comments on possibly resolving the long-drawn trade spat with the United States lifted investor spirits, while exporter stocks gained as sterling fell after the suspension of parliament raised concerns of a no-deal...
Shares in Amigo Holdings <AMGO.L> more than halved to a record low on Thursday after the British subprime lender reported a rise in first-quarter impairments and costs and warned of slower annual growth in its loan book.
Shares in Amigo Holdings fell more than 30% to a record low on Thursday after the British subprime lender reported a rise in first-quarter impairments and costs and warned of slower annual growth in its loan book.
Britain's mid-cap index slid for the second straight session on Thursday after Prime Minister Boris Johnson's plan to suspend parliament raised the prospects of a no-deal Brexit, while the resulting weakness in sterling helped the exporter-heavy FTSE 100 eke out gains.
No FTSE 100 companies will go ex-dividend on Thursday. Among FTSE 250 companies going ex-dividend are: COMPANY (RIC) DIVIDEND (pence) Amigo 7.45 Cranswick 40 NB Global Floating Rating <NBLS.L 1.21 Rate Income Fund (Reporting by Josephine Mason)
** Consumer credit provider Amigo Holdings falls 5.4% to 276p; stock erases its YTD gains
** Consumer credit provider Amigo Holdings Plc's shares up 4.1% at 224 pence - on track for their best day since March
The following FTSE 100 companies will go ex-dividend on Thursday, after which investors will no longer qualify for the latest dividend payout. According to Reuters calculations at current market prices, the effect of the resulting adjustment to prices by market-makers would...
Britain's FTSE 100 index is seen opening 9 points lower at 7,027 points on Tuesday, according to financial bookmakers, with FTSE 100 futures roughly flat ahead of the market open.
British subprime lender Amigo Holdings <AMGO.L> posted a jump in profits and revenues on Tuesday in its first set of half-year results since floating on the London stock exchange in June.
Britain's FTSE 100 index is seen opening 9 points lower at 7,027 points on Tuesday, according to financial bookmakers. * OIL: Oil markets were trading cautiously on Tuesday, with mixed signals from top exporter Saudi Arabia ahead of an OPEC meeting in Austria next week...
* AMIGO HOLDINGS PLC IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE COMPLETION OF ITS INAUGURAL SECURITISATION FACILITY OF £150M ( "FACILITY"), FIRST TRANSACTION OF ITS KIND IN GUARANTOR LOAN SPACE.
* AMIGO HAS BEEN NOTIFIED BY MAJOR SHAREHOLDER RICHMOND GROUP LIMITED THAT IT NO LONGER WANTS TO BE REPRESENTED ON AMIGO'S BOARD OF DIRECTORS
The collapse of Britain's biggest payday lender Wonga is likely to turn up the heat on its rivals amid a surge in grievances by customers and calls by some politicians for tighter regulation. Britain's poster child of short-term, high-interest loans collapsed into administration...
British sub-prime lender Amigo Holdings <AMGO.L> listed on the London stock market on Friday in a flotation that valued the business at 1.3 billion pounds ($1.7 billion) and raised almost 330 million pounds for its founder and other managers.
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