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
  +0.80p +0.41% 194.20p 193.70p 194.00p 194.70p 190.50p 192.40p 4,229,745 16:35:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 669.7 -220.3 -12.8 - 3,230.26

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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 193.40p.
Man Group has a 4 week average price of 185.70p and a 12 week average price of 162p.
The 1 year high share price is 195.30p while the 1 year low share price is currently 111.90p.
There are currently 1,663,367,877 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 4,695,833 shares. The market capitalisation of Man Group is £3,230,260,417.13.
cricklewood: cc Man Group plc 19 October 2017 Man Group plc Share Repurchase Programme 19 October 2017 Man Group plc's (the "Company") policy is to distribute available capital surpluses to shareholders over time, by way of higher dividend payments and/or share repurchases, while maintaining a prudent balance sheet, after taking into account required capital (including liabilities for future earn-out payments) and potential strategic opportunities. In line with this policy and the Company's previous announcement on 13 October 2017, the Board today announces that it has agreed to enter into an irrevocable, non-discretionary arrangement with Credit Suisse Securities (Europe) Limited to repurchase, on its behalf, ordinary shares in the Company up to a maximum consideration of $100 million (the "Programme") and subject to certain pre-set parameters, during the period from 19 October 2017 up to and including 18 October 2018 (the "Execution Period"), including during any closed or prohibited period of the Company which may fall during the Execution Period. The purpose of the Programme is to return surplus capital to shareholders. The number of shares to be acquired is estimated to be around 40 million* based on the prevailing share price and Sterling to US Dollar exchange rate as at the date immediately prior to this announcement. All shares purchased under the Programme will be cancelled. Any shares repurchased under the Programme will be effected in accordance with the Company's general authority to repurchase shares and Chapter 12 of the UKLA Listing Rules and will be discontinued in the event the Company ceases to have the necessary general authority to repurchase ordinary shares.
colonelgrim: Been looking to see if there is any chance of we party getting back into the FTSE100, short term, end of December, its very doubtful as we need a share price of about 255 pence, (315 pence for a guaranteed spot), which would give us a market cap of £4,213.8 and £5,122.6 million respectively. But if you consider our recent exponential movement, thanks to our new friends in China, June 2018 perhaps!
colonelgrim: No reply from fantasy idiot yet re proof of ownership here, what a chimp. Share price off the cliff again this morning, a minimum of 4 pence cut at the open followed by a further 4 pence cut by crooked brokers to create trade volume, lets go for 160.5 at today's close!
smurfy2001: One thing i've noticed with these share buy backs is as the buyback heads towards completion the share price rises steadily ;) It's a slow and steady rise mind you. Currently standing at $80.2m
county kilburn: EMG been moving nicely up past couple of weeks - (company still buying nearly a million a hopefully we may well see a substancial push up in the share price...GLA...currently just touching 138p
cricklewood: HTTPS:// Man GLG has appointed a former Cheyne Capital partner to run a new $450 million fund investing in companies susceptible to technological innovation. In a statement on February 7, the discretionary investment division of the UK-listed hedge fund group said the new global long/short equity fund, called Man GLG Innovation Equity Alternative, would be managed by Priya Kodeeswaran. Money will be invested in companies and sectors deemed "particularly susceptible to change and innovation," with Man identifying consumer discretionary, technology, telecoms and industrials as examples. Kodeeswaran joins from RWC Partners, part of the fund manager Schroders, where he ran a similar investment strategy. He previously held roles at Cheyne and Deutsche Asset Management. Kodeeswaran said in a statement: "In an investment landscape characterised by rapid innovation and change, I believe this strategy can deliver attractive returns for investors. We seek to do this through identifying alpha opportunities created by the dislocations between a company’s share price and its prospects." The portfolio will comprise between 60 and 70 stocks, mainly in companies with large market capitalisations. Other influential hedge fund investors have made similar moves. In October 2016, the renowned Swedish investor Brummer & Partners made a $270 million bet on disruptive technologies by investing with California-based Black-and-White Capital. Black-and-White also runs a long/short strategy investing in companies that both benefit and suffer as a result of technological innovation.
carer: good to see some new major shareholders on board. Japanese fund has built up over 3% holding already. Everything is down to how EMG will perform, if it can sustain good dividends payout , the share will be good for medium and long term. the current share price will be supported by its own share buying. do not see much downside from here.
cricklewood: MORE FROM THE IDIOT GRIM mtdillon - 19 Oct 2016 - 10:05:24 - 806 of 808 "Pandora" the bane of our lives! - EMG Give it a rest Cricklewood. At least he's giving some background to his analysis, and isn't reiterating share price predictions of others - didn't you predict 190 back in August? May I ask which figure we are closer to? He sounds like a disillusion investor hoping (but not confident) of an exit with for his investment. If you actually look at the chart he posted and read the comment you might see that there's a glimmer of optimism. mtdillon - 04 Dec 2014 - 16:06:17 - 15057 of 16033 MAN GROUP The Bear Club - EMG That's not an example at all! Dividend is based upon the performance of the business - in this case EMG have tied it to the performance fees gained from AHL. I'd frankly be worried if a company merely handed out dividends as a percentage of the current share price mtdillon - 04 Dec 2014 - 13:28:42 - 15054 of 16033 MAN GROUP The Bear Club - EMG How does the share price affect what you're going to receive in dividends? mtdillon - 24 Jul 2014 - 00:31:54 - 110 of 808 "Pandora" the bane of our lives! - EMG I think he means that if you hold your shares in Crest then they can be loaned out for shorting purposes. If they're certificated, then that just can't happen. Given the number out on loan still looks to be high (although on-loan doesn't mean short), there could be a short squeeze on the cards? If that's not already happening... mtdillon - 22 Mar 2012 - 16:28:21 - 198 of 603 Frontier Mining 2012 - Copper Production in Kazakhstan - FML You can buy back, but you can't offset any loss against CGT if you do. mtdillon - 27 Apr 2010 - 09:06:08 - 259 of 487 Plus Markets. The Sensible Board (moderated) - PMK Are they just trying to turn the share? i.e. manipulate volume to induce fear/greed in PI's?
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."
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://
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