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APT, AFTERPAY HOLDINGS LIMITED
blacksheep
post Posted: Mar 6 2019, 09:08 PM
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Director taking advantage of higher SP - sold 150,000 shares - on market 1, 4 and 5 March 2019 - for a tad under $3 million. Still holds approx 650,574 shares. Not sure how that will be viewed tomorrow - 3B came in after market closed
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Down another 2.31% currently today @ $17.73.

Notable short alert yesterday. Total short positions as at 21/2/19 = 5.33%
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Tue 26th Feb, 2019 1,728,622 236,692,589 0.73% 6,442,900 26.83%

https://www.shortman.com.au/stock?q=APT
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blacksheep
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SP down 8.88% currently @ $18.68/share - reported a loss of $22.2m H1FY19 vs $0.7 m H1 FY18 - gap nearly closed
GROUP - KEY FINANCIAL METRICS
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TOTAL INCOME 112.3 116.1 60.7 91%
AFTERPAY3 103.4 107.1 47.8 124%
PAY NOW 8.9 8.9 12.9 (31)%
NET TRANSACTION MARGIN4 51.6 57.1 28.0 104%
AFTERPAY 46.7 52.2 21.2 146%
PAY NOW 4.8 4.8 6.8 (28)%
EBITDA (EXCLUDING SIGNIFICANT ITEMS) 11.5 17.0 14.3 19%
INTEREST (4.9) (4.9) (2.2) 125%
EBTDA (EXCLUDING SIGNIFICANT ITEMS) 6.6 12.1 12.1 0%
LOSS FOR THE PERIOD - STATUTORY (22.2) N/A (0.7) N/A

Total short positions as at 19/2/2019 = 5.30%
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Afterpay's rise comes after a Senate inquiry recommended the sector not be placed under the onerous provisions of the Credit Act. Now Afterpay rival FlexiGroup is proposing that the buy-now-pay later (BNPL) sector set up a customer database to detect debt-laden customers as part of an industry code of practice to head off any further regulation of the booming sector. Afterpay dropped significantly last week when analysts were reminded of the upcoming report, triggering an investigation. But with the report softer than expected, now it looks like Episode Two of short sellers scrambling to cover their positions (Episode One was the banking royal commission)


SP up 14.01% currently - @ $19.61/share
Totoal short positions as at 18 Feb 2019 = 5.33%
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Parliament is investigating whether MPs and their staff are in "contempt of the Senate" after shares in buy-now pay-later companies including Afterpay plunged following the internal circulation of a draft report.

The draft findings of an inquiry into the sector, which could recommend tougher credit regulations on the booming industry, were shared among six committee members at 7.30pm on Tuesday.

As many as 58 staff in senators' offices could also have accessed the report, which is due to be released on Friday.

https://www.smh.com.au/politics/federal/1-3...221-p50zbu.html

In the first instance perhaps they should look on the pecuniary interests register to see who has declared owning APT shares rolleyes.gif



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In Reply To: blacksheep's post @ Feb 20 2019, 09:57 PM

11:15 am is pretty much the same time that bank share prices took off on the day the banking rc was released. Looks like the trading desks start their day at 11:00.



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Breaking news...James Shipton, head of ASIC last seen in Aldi looking for fresh lettuce leaves for the impending floggings.



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Leak anyone? Article appearing in SMH

ASIC to examine Afterpay share plunge
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The Australian Securities and Investments Commission has begun inquiries into the sharp share price drops of Afterpay, Zip pay and FlexiGroup on Wednesday morning, a day before a Senate inquiry into the buy-now-pay later sector is due to hand down its final report.

Committee chair Jane Hume said a draft report was circulated to Senators involved in the committee at 7:30pm on Tuesday night.

Shares fell in the financial services providers an hour after the market opened on Wednesday, with Afterpay falling by 11 per cent in 25 minutes between 11:15am and 11:40am.

https://www.smh.com.au/politics/federal/asi...220-p50z5x.html



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A reminder about the upcoming report recommendations on Friday - by looks of things, some forgot about it rolleyes.gif

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The mystery of Afterpay Touch's sudden drop this morning has been solved - the company was calling analysts to let them know they are ready for whatever recommendations are in the report expected on Friday from the Senate Economics References Committee's inquiry into the Credit and financial services targeted at Australians at risk of financial hardship.

However, this just reminded the analysts that the report is coming up. (There has been a fair bit going on among banks and lenders lately and the report may have slipped their minds.)

Afterpay Touch shares fell from $19 to $17 within 20 minutes at about 11.15am. They have ended the day slightly higher at $17.42.

As one analyst tells us, today's drop will soften the blow if there is adverse recommendations on Friday.


Total short positions @ 14th February, 2019 = 5.24%
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Noticed Target offering Afterpay

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