Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Man Group LSE:EMG London Ordinary Share GB00B83VD954 ORD USD0.03428571
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.60p -0.52% 114.40p 114.40p 114.50p 114.70p 113.00p 114.70p 1,389,712 09:34:47
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 770.3 124.9 6.9 14.7 1,948.36

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26/9/2016
09:20
Man Group Daily Update: Man Group is listed in the General Financial sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker EMG. The last closing price for Man Group was 115p.
Man Group has a 4 week average price of 114.43p and a 12 week average price of 115.39p.
The 1 year high share price is 176.70p while the 1 year low share price is currently 102.50p.
There are currently 1,703,111,700 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 4,984,060 shares. The market capitalisation of Man Group is £1,946,656,673.10.
26/8/2016
09:37
spookies: The Performance of this share price has been dismal compared to the wider market. Very disappointed. Wonder where we are heading. 90p?
20/8/2016
14:29
wllmherk: I think this must be a potential takeover target, the weak pound, coupled with the weak share price and a clean balance sheet, or just wishful thinking on my part. wllm
08/7/2016
09:21
the grim idiot: GRIMilliswilgig 8 Jul'16 - 09:19 - 339 of 339 0 0 I'm not at all surprised to see the share price and AHL performance diverge - I might almost see it as encouraging. Only 2 weeks on from the Brexit vote I expect institutional investors to be taking a very cautious view on allocating new capital to UK investment managers. Falling FUM versus improved investment performance? IF, and its a big IF, MAN investment performance improves long term then I see them as a winner and the money (FUM) will follow the winners. In the meantime the 'adjusted remuneration' is likely to decimate the dividend payments - and that does change my investment thinking longterm! cheers
11/5/2016
12:05
frontdoor bull: This is what Man had to say on the subject "The share price move is largely down to the note from Citi and the change in their rating on our stock. Our share price has also been impacted by the wider market and sector more generally. Aberdeen announced their results this week and their share price had declined around 13% in two days. As of mid-April, the share price for most of our UK peers were also down for the YTD, which included Jupiter (down around 8%), Schroders (down around 12%) and Henderson (down around 17%). Aberdeen is also now down for the YTD, as I mentioned above. We are covered by a number of different analysts (just over 20 in total). We still have a number of buy ratings (BAML, Shore, UBS, Cenkos) and neutral ratings (RBC, Goldmans JPMC). Citi and Numis are our only sell ratings."
10/5/2016
22:08
cricklewood: This is what EMG had to say on the subject "The share price move today is largely down to the note from Citi and the change in their rating on our stock. Our share price has also been impacted by the wider market and sector more generally. Aberdeen announced their results this week and their share price had declined around 13% in two days. As of mid-April, the share price for most of our UK peers were also down for the YTD, which included Jupiter (down around 8%), Schroders (down around 12%) and Henderson (down around 17%). Aberdeen is also now down for the YTD, as I mentioned above. We are covered by a number of different analysts (just over 20 in total). We still have a number of buy ratings (BAML, Shore, UBS, Cenkos) and neutral ratings (RBC, Goldmans JPMC). Citi and Numis are our only sell ratings."
07/5/2016
11:16
tfergi: I have to say on reflection I defiantly feel that the salary packages at man group are a huge issue.I know from personal experience and multiple business partners that most people are driven to get their wage package at the end of each month and that is the ultimate gain. These people at man are on multiple million base salaries.They have fudged all their targets to be less physically performance related to things like costs savings ect.. Very easy to massage. I would love to see base salaries slashed by 50% or more and the rest share price performance related.Wonder what the share price would be then!?
03/3/2016
11:13
frontdoor bull: frontdoor bull 3 Mar'16 - 07:31 - 925 of 926 0 0 edit AndrewBaker 25 Feb'16 - 14:07 - 285 of 285 1 0 Man has increasing revenues, big cash generation, a good and well covered dividend, and is in an area of business that is cyclically heading to the upside; yet because results - in a very volatile and difficult market environment - don't please a few people, sell recommendations and a fall in share price results. Even the big hedge fund boys have had problems recently, with a number losing money or getting our from managing others money, or both: so, I can't see how this makes Man a sell. The price has gone back up again today, but, IMHO, it is still well undervalued, and investors - by that, I mean people buying to hold for the longer term, as opposed to traders - will do very well buying or buying more. And whilst one watches the share price gyrations that are happening for inexplicable and not that valid reasons, one may enjoy the dividend income income that is so much of the return from owning stocks and shares anyway. Disclosure: long ED & F Man plc. frontdoor bull 3 Mar'16 - 07:32 - 926 of 926 0 0 edit Today analysts at Credit Suisse reiterated Man Group’s (LON:EMG) shares as ‘Outperform’ in a report released to investors. According to Credit Suisses price target of 180 on the company’s stock this indicates the broker now believes there is an increase of 14.14% from Man Group’s current price of 157.7. HTTP://www.risersandfallers.com/2016/02/19/analysts-at-credit-suisse-reiterated-man-group-lonemg-as-outperform/
03/3/2016
07:31
frontdoor bull: AndrewBaker 25 Feb'16 - 14:07 - 285 of 285 1 0 Man has increasing revenues, big cash generation, a good and well covered dividend, and is in an area of business that is cyclically heading to the upside; yet because results - in a very volatile and difficult market environment - don't please a few people, sell recommendations and a fall in share price results. Even the big hedge fund boys have had problems recently, with a number losing money or getting our from managing others money, or both: so, I can't see how this makes Man a sell. The price has gone back up again today, but, IMHO, it is still well undervalued, and investors - by that, I mean people buying to hold for the longer term, as opposed to traders - will do very well buying or buying more. And whilst one watches the share price gyrations that are happening for inexplicable and not that valid reasons, one may enjoy the dividend income income that is so much of the return from owning stocks and shares anyway. Disclosure: long ED & F Man plc.
25/2/2016
14:04
andrewbaker: Man has increasing revenues, big cash generation, a good and well covered dividend, and is in an area of business that is cyclically heading to the upside; yet because results - in a very volatile and difficult market environment - don't please a few people, sell recommendations and a fall in share price results. Even the big hedge fund boys have had problems recently, with a number losing money or getting our from managing others money, or both: so, I can't see how this makes Man a sell. The price has gone back up again today, but, IMHO, it is still well undervalued, and investors - by that, I mean people buying to hold for the longer term, as opposed to traders - will do very well buying or buying more. And whilst one watches the share price gyrations that are happening for inexplicable and not that valid reasons, one may enjoy the dividend income income that is so much of the return from owning stocks and shares anyway. Disclosure: long ED & F Man plc.
16/10/2015
11:49
colonelgrim: Oh come on Mr Broker, since when has a stocks share price risen because AT day traders are either going ‘long’, or closing ‘short’ positions?, like never! As for my ‘don’t be trading this’ recommendations, they are aimed purely at the day cfd & sb’ers, we have no private investor audience here, count yesterdays O trades, they’re returning something like 2.5% of all daily trades, leaving 97.5% of trades that brokers have to ‘STOP OUT’ by fair means or foul! My point, starve the brokers of AT trades, and let the share price assume an equitable position! Post 425 gives a sort of clue to my real sentiment, “I'd be the first one to exit this steaming mound of manipulation if I thought for one moment that, long term, we are heading for oblivion, but I aint!”, but I’m not gonna recommend this as a ‘BUY’ purely because it will send the share price through the floor, all because long at trades will need to be stopped out. Just look at today's price action, there are too many ‘long’ positions in CREST at the moment, and now the brokers are attempting to stop them all out!
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