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Glaxosmithkline Share Chat (GSK)

Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Glaxosmithkline LSE:GSK London Ordinary Share GB0009252882 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +18.00p +1.34% 1,363.50p 1,362.50p 1,363.50p 1,363.50p 1,342.50p 1,357.50p 10,780,981 16:29:59
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology 23,923.0 10,526.0 174.3 7.8 66,361.44

Glaxosmithkline Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
12/2/2016
19:48
13.40 or under will add a few, if that price is available, hopefully an opportunity next week.
essentialinvestor
12/2/2016
13:49
A reverse here would put in another higher low.
hpcg
12/2/2016
11:35
Yes, have kept everything, including recent purchases with cash from the last dividend payout. Now looking forward to next week's BIG xd and final purchase with cash to arrive on 14 April. In the meantime, I just put another £25K into a SIPP (US and UK funds and bonds).
tradermichael
12/2/2016
11:22
Have you kept your entire holding Michael?.
essentialinvestor
12/2/2016
11:17
I intend to keep taking the tablets and to keep taking the dividends ..... 0;
tradermichael
12/2/2016
10:58
Looking like a bear market to me M, very difficult to see markets recovering from this, hopefully wrong on that.
essentialinvestor
12/2/2016
10:31
will it make the price go up,all those tablets sold.chuckle
2hoggy
12/2/2016
10:29
A lot of people are reaching for the tablets in these markets!.
essentialinvestor
12/2/2016
10:26
All of this type of 'scandal' depresses me (reaches for the tablets). A company the size of GSK should be squeaky clean, and certainly not attempt stunts that are 'above the law'.
tradermichael
12/2/2016
09:22
Incident happened between 2001/4 and a different regime in place, however there were some quite strong mitigating circumstances in support of GSK, BUT, a decision has been made and company has to accept it and move on. GSK did comment that ironically the net effect was in fact a lower price for the antidepresant in the market!
cyberian
10/2/2016
18:02
jadeticl3 You don't state whether 13.14 was the mid-price or the offer. If it was the mid-price you probably just missed out because the spread would have set the offer at 13.39 or close to. Of course there is a finite volume that would be matched so yours probably wasn't needed to fulfil the order before the offer price moved back-up. Automatic sells and purchases can fail miserably especially during volatility when the volumes traded at certain prices can't keep-up with the rate of change in the share price
minerve
10/2/2016
16:43
Some sites show GSK being traded as low as 13.14 yesterday, but I had a buy order set for 13.40 which was not triggered. Can anyone explain this, please.
jadeticl3
09/2/2016
14:55
zeppo I have built a portfolio of niche investment trusts which sit very quietly off the radar of most people and have given me capital growth and high yield. They have been immune to the current malaise. The main components are : BBOX logistic warehousing ESP Student digs PHP Doctors surgeries HICL Infrastructure UKW Window power generation JLIF Infrastructure HFEL Far East trust (taken a bit of a hit but excellent divvy record) and a few other odds and sods. PHP is my best holding having grown 4x since purchase.
daveofdevon
09/2/2016
14:20
DAVEOFDEVON In MRCH, HHI,CLDNA, FCPT at present have been in Lowland and Murray International previously and may add some of those again. Which Investment Trusts do you recommend? As well as winners there are some heavy losers amongst them. z
zeppo
09/2/2016
13:54
Everything else is getting even cheaper though TM.
essentialinvestor
09/2/2016
13:52
Try for sub-1350 right now?
tradermichael
09/2/2016
12:15
Missed the dip this AM, had not realised we got down to 13.52.
essentialinvestor
09/2/2016
12:12
HL are good for cheap currency conversions too. The £ is predicted to fall up to 20% if we vote out of Europe so some may wish to hedge against that by buying CHF or a basket of other stable(ish) currencies.
minerve
09/2/2016
11:59
I use Halifax - works OK for me and is a low cost no frills service. Never had an issue with them. I also have an account with HL that I only use for new issues as they seem better for them and I also use them for my Missus ISA.
dr biotech
09/2/2016
11:09
For many years I had my ISA with H-L and built it up to £150k mainly in Unit trusts but when there was a major overhaul in 2014 my fees rose from £3 a month to £30 per month. I dumped all my Unit trusts and switched into Investment trusts and now whilst the choice is not so great I am saving a massive amount in fees.
daveofdevon
09/2/2016
10:47
I'm currently have £140K in a Fidelity SIPP. All in Investment Funds, all OK, except the website doesn't work well for trading.
tradermichael
09/2/2016
10:40
No problem - I am with HL and am very happy with the service and coverage
luffness
09/2/2016
10:33
Luffness - that's a good link, thanks again.
tradermichael
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