Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Old Mutual LSE:OML London Ordinary Share GB00B77J0862 ORD 11 3/7P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.90p +0.42% 217.40p 217.40p 217.50p 217.60p 215.20p 217.00p 1,629,374.00 14:16:01
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Life Insurance 13,695.0 1,319.0 12.7 17.1 10,717.68

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
16/2/2017
22:47
Compelling.
r ball
16/2/2017
07:59
Not caught up in sar manipulation.
r ball
14/2/2017
20:46
Add. Zuma uncertainty abating?
r ball
14/2/2017
13:35
Broken out finally?!
foxy22
25/1/2017
10:34
God it's a torturous share at least it's moving now
foxy22
29/12/2016
09:33
My Share For 2017 !
chinese investor
28/12/2016
08:03
I'll take that as a 'NO' then!
colonelgrim
11/11/2016
19:30
Fin minister now Zuma!
r ball
11/11/2016
11:33
What is going on with the share price? 185.10 now
pemchong
31/10/2016
12:33
225p Soon !
chinese investor
25/10/2016
14:01
Looking Good !
chinese investor
20/10/2016
15:29
Yeh,here we go !
colonelgrim
12/10/2016
05:04
It looks very much like Zuma is the ‘crim’ in all this! “Opposition parties also rallied behind the finance minister, accusing Mr. Zuma of using the charges to direct attention away from his own pending corruption case.” [1] "Going into Tuesday’s news conference by Mr. Abrahams, many commentators had expected an announcement on whether the National Prosecuting Authority would reinstate 783 corruption charges against Mr. Zuma."[1] "Peter Attard Montalto, an analyst at Nomura, said the likely purpose of the charges was to remove Mr. Gordhan from office and regain control over public money controlled by the finance ministry ahead of the ANC’s congress in Dec. 2017, when a new party leader will be elected. He estimated the chances of an early exit from the Treasury by Mr. Gordhan at about 50/50. The likelihood of a guilty verdict—or even a trial—against Mr. Gordhan are much lower, Mr. Montalto said. “We do not think ‘factions̵7; and ‘forces’ within the ANC and aligned to President Zuma want to see Pravin Gordhan in jail, or indeed that this case could ever come to trial given the politically damaging evidence that could be produced,” he said."[1] Reference:[1] hxxp://www.wsj.com/articles/south-africas-rand-tumbles-as-finance-minister-is-summoned-in-court-1476180798
colonelgrim
11/10/2016
18:00
It's the Rand weakness !
chinese investor
11/10/2016
17:53
No it's not. It's the rand weakness caused by their highly regarded finance minister being subject to a criminal enquiry.
r ball
11/10/2016
11:33
It looks very much that we're using the boohoo association to trigger the 'long' stops, sit on your hands lads, don't give these crooked brokers the pleasure!
colonelgrim
11/10/2016
11:13
Yeh, Boohoo.com is the reason for our current 4% dive!
colonelgrim
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