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|Read Panmure Gordon & Co's note on JARDINE LLOYD THOMPSON GROUP, out this morning, by visiting hxxps://www.research-tree.com/company/GB0005203376
"The Q1 IMS from JLT highlights the exceptional costs of £34m for 2016 reflecting a £22m litigation provision for lifting a team out of rival Willis (reportedly c22 people) and £12m of restructuring costs for the UK Employee Benefits business. Current trading is in line with expectations. A number of management changes have been announced too including the departure of the Commercial Director James Twining alongside the return of the former William Nabarro as Special Advisor to the CEO. It’s fair to say that we are ‘surprisedR17; by the management changes. Trading conditions remain tough albeit FX is currently working in JLT’s favour ..."|
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|Is this moving up on expectation of good results next week?|
|This is quiet board.
Mixed RNS but it does say year on year financial progress
Strong company - may be a buying opportunity if it falls back much|
|Some chart analysis for anyone interested:
|Jardine Matheson are hardly offering 765p for 10% in the way they are for charitable purposes.
Do not send your shares into them.
This is a recession proof business - speciality insurance broking in the Lloyds and international markets.
There is no risk, they simply collect the brokerage, the underwriters take the risks.
Why tie your shares up for months while they are deciding whether to take 5% 0% or 15% of your holding the share price will be over 765 before u get the money.
Anyone know if 10% gives them a % above which they must offer, my guess is the 10% will form a concert party to try to see off rival bids.
As I say all firms need the insurances they broke at Lloyds, so it's always been a 1 way bet but in a recession, its hard to value these, could be £15|
|Newton Investment Management increasing their holding
I'm attempting to track their other holdings for our mutual benefit on the WAM BB:
|Free fall from 700p, where is support on these, is it as low as 600p which was a resistance level on the way up ??
Anything particularly worrying these other than general FTSE malaise|
|wow almost back to year 2000 level, and big volumes recently|
|new highs here, consolidation ahead in the broker market some say...|
|finally broken the 600p barrier, previuos peak was 702p, so are we ehading there, presumably on bid rumours|
|rising nicely on no news|
|ft alphaville says jardine 720p bid too low!
Jardine Lloyd Thompson Group PLC (JLT:LSE): Last: 593.00, up 14 (+2.42%), High: 594.50, Low: 580.50, Volume: 283.86k
story here is that the company have received an informal expression of interest
at 720p a share
and they said no
If there's truth in that, and they've already said no, there's not a lot of pressure on them to confirm it.
Quite. Understood. Just noting that it'd be a difficult story to confirm, even in the event that it were true.
impossible to deny
which I guess is the beauty of it
we didn't think it was worth putting to shareholders
because it was so low
so there isn't a bid
and nothing for us to stay
pls go away
and leave us alone|
daily mail reports jardine lloyd bid rumours|
800p bid london evening standard|
|ft alphaville note 800p bid speculation possible marsch mclennan
a buzz around in Jardine Lloyd Thompson this morning
Jardine Lloyd Thompson Group PLC (JLT:LSE): Last: 596.50, up 15.5 (+2.67%), High: 604.00, Low: 587.00, Volume: 521.42k
not a company I know much about
but the idea seems to be that they could be a takeover target for
Marsh and Mclennan
a price of 800p a share being mentioned
I ask our insurance correspondent Paul Davies what he thought
and he says it made some sense
but note this is very, very RAW
Makes sense following Aon's benfield takeover now two years ago and the need to find growth in poor economic conditions which lead to a shrinking insurance market.|
|moving up nicely - be great to break 600p|
|same question now we are at 550p level, kick on or resistence ??|
|here we are again at 500p level, can we kick on this time or is it still major resistence ?? Good results today|
|JLT have today announced the acquisition of competitior HSBC Actuaries and Consultants.|
|Chartwise - the 34 day MA has been a good guide in the past|
|Its taken a while but we do appear to have finally got lift off. Not sure what has triggered it other than a view this is undervalued or there may be more cosolidation in the financial sector
edit at 4.30pm closed at highest since june 3rd, hopefully can break the decline line on lower highs, 440p now insight ??|