Permanent TSB Group Holdings PLC traded at 1.48 this Friday August 12th, decreasing 0.04 or 2.63 percent since the previous trading session. Looking back, over the last four weeks, Permanent TSB Group Holdings PLC lost 18.40 percent. Over the last 12 months, its price rose by 8.03 percent. Looking ahead, we forecast Permanent TSB Group Holdings PLC to be priced at 1.42 by the end of this quarter and at 1.26 in one year, according to Trading Economics global macro models projections and analysts expectations.

Stock Price
1.48
Daily Change
-2.63%
Yearly
8.03%

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Peers Price Day Year
Barclays 171.60 2.62 1.55% -7.29%
Lloyds Banking Group 45.66 0.05 0.11% -1.24%
Royal Bank 261.70 5.10 1.99% 19.23%

Indexes Price Day Year
ISEQ 7215 190.17 2.71% -17.85%

Permanent TSB Group Holdings PLC
Permanent TSB Group Holdings plc is a full service retail and small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) bank, which serves personal and SME customers in the Republic of Ireland through a multi-channel distribution network. The Company operates through Core Bank. The Core Bank segment offers a range of retail banking products through multiple channels, in addition to corporate and institutional deposits, and which manages, through the Asset Management Unit (AMU) platform, the Company's non-performing and/or high risk home loans, buy-to-let and unsecured loan portfolios. The Core Bank focuses on Irish retail consumer business, which consists of return on investment (ROI) residential mortgages, which are primarily funded by customer deposits and wholesale market funding. The Core Bank targets mainstream Irish retail personal and non-personal customers and offers a range of retail banking products, including deposit accounts, term loans and consumer finance through multiple channels.