Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Jardine Lloyd Thompson Group LSE:JLT London Ordinary Share GB0005203376 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 1,046.00p 1,041.00p 1,043.00p 1,048.00p 1,037.00p 1,045.00p 65,827 16:35:28
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonlife Insurance 1,155.1 155.0 47.0 22.3 2,291.14

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Jardine Lloyd Thompson Daily Update: Jardine Lloyd Thompson Group is listed in the Nonlife Insurance sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker JLT. The last closing price for Jardine Lloyd Thompson was 1,046p.
Jardine Lloyd Thompson Group has a 4 week average price of 1,020.18p and a 12 week average price of 997.25p.
The 1 year high share price is 1,056p while the 1 year low share price is currently 769.50p.
There are currently 219,037,876 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 81,502 shares. The market capitalisation of Jardine Lloyd Thompson Group is £2,291,136,182.96.
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j4k3: the sector wants to consolidate, JLT an obvious target IMO....,,176-2404130,00.html Marsh rebuffs takeover Grant Ringshaw WILLIS GROUP, the world's third-largest insurance broker, is understood to have made an audacious approach to take over its larger rival, Marsh & McLennan. The informal approach is believed to have been made two months ago, but was rebuffed by Marsh. The plan would have created an insurance-broking group with a combined market value of more than $21 billion (£11.3 billion). Willis is understood to have been prepared to make a cash-and-shares offer. Banking sources say it had lined up Kohlberg Kravis Roberts, one of the world's largest private-equity groups, to help to provide financing for the cash element of an offer. KKR would have been left with a substantial stake in the combined group, listed on the New York Stock Exchange. KKR and Willis have close ties. In 1998, KKR took Willis, then listed in London, private in a £951m deal. It then floated Willis in New York in 2001 for $1.9 billion. Willis's bold plan came after a sharp fall in Marsh's share price. Between January and August the shares fell by a third. Marsh is the world's largest insurance broker with about 32% of the market, while Willis is the third biggest with 9%. Both Marsh and Willis declined to comment.
j4k3: are ratbags trying to manipulate share price down
ignoble: Figs vaguely OK, I guess ... The powers that be appear a little more comfortable for the next year or so , guess we sit & take the divi for now hoping the stock gets a bit of a re-rating at some point. Share price eased but not unexpected as a first reaction ... Bit of M & A in the sector wouldn't hurt All imho
johncalvert: Jardine Lloyd Thompson shares rose 28.5p to 400.5p after Morgan Stanley upgraded its stance on the stock to "neutral" from "underperform." It said that the combination of significant share price underperformance in 2006, the possibility of industry consolidation post-Spitzer, and the potential earnings-per-share accretion from the hypothetical acquisition of Heath Lambert suggested to the broker that the risk/reward balance no longer merited an "underweight" rating. The broker's bull-case scenario (400 staff reduction, 100% debt financed) for a hypothetical acquisition of Heath Lambert suggested there could be as much as 25% earnings-per-share accretion by 2007. Morgan Stanley said that this could imply a fair value nearer 465p.
mandafund: Thanks Jimbob, would expect the price to go down on this news, this can't be an attractive proposition for them, Heath Lambert have really been struggling over the past five years. Perhaps JLT are hoping this will push their share price down lower to assist them in their ultimate goal of taking the company private. Imho.
danny murphy: No, as last year. Now I'm feeling very positive. Expectation level share price 400p++ within 7 days!!!
verynervy: whats this? Come back from a day out , the share price has risen 3.8% and not a comment! Are any followers of this share actually alive I ask myself? Cant be or maybe they are blind or cant read or ???
verynervy: Have this on my watch list as the sell off looks well overdone - there has been some buying today followed by abrupt selling!! kevin - this share is in unchartered territory and when it is safe to buy is a guess- it could well bounce nicely - judging this point is very difficult and the only safe thing to do is wait untill there is some constant buying and steady share price increase on good vloumes unfortunately the best way to make lot of money is to gamble as to when it has turned and get in as quickly as possible remember ITSALLAGUESS - unless you have insider knowledge!
magic: Aquila, quite agree As FT put it below - scant upside. Aon Number 2 broker in US, which was a disaster this month on "accounting mistakes" leaves a disturbed ripple. Don't know if anyone looked at the recent results? £340 million in investments, provisions increased by £21 million from December, although note 3 states that "At 30th June 2002, in connection with certain litigation matters, the Group's litigation provisions include an amount of £27.8 million to reflect this gross basis". Don't know enough about this to judge. The market didn't seem concerned, falling back to around 600 from 630, after having surged from 570 in the previous week. The increased premiums and specilisations though seems a good plus for company. Am monitoring, no position at the moment. Aon Accounting Questioned by SEC The FT adds a comment: The middle of the current extremely hard market for insurance premiums is a good place to be, and JLT is profiting. However, a lot of this goods news is already in the share price. The shares are on a prospective multiple of almost 19 times. The premium rating is justified, but means there is scant upside in the short term. There is scope for increasing its the global market share in the long-run. Hold. The Independent agrees. 31 AUGUST Jardine Lloyd Thompson, insurance broker, at 606p. The Trade Center disaster has provided an unprecedented boost to the insurance sector and rising premium rates are expected for the next couple of years. As an insurance broker, JLT does not have exposure to underwriting risk. Also, a reputation for broking expertise and innovation leaves it in a position to take business from bigger and more cumbersome rivals, at present it holds only 2% of the market. Potential investors should take into account the income hit from low interest rates and rival HLF is also due to float giving the company a direct competitor on the stock market. Trading at a similar level to less nifty US rival, Marsh & McLennan, the shares look cheap, buy. INVESTOR CHRONICLE
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