Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Aj Bell Plc LSE:AJB London Ordinary Share GB00BFZNLB60 ORD GBP0.000125
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  5.50 1.46% 383.50 2,181,880 16:35:08
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
384.50 385.00 386.50 371.00 371.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 104.90 37.70 7.51 51.1 1,567
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:27:38 O 3,551 383.50 GBX

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Aj Bell Daily Update: Aj Bell Plc is listed in the General Financial sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker AJB. The last closing price for Aj Bell was 378p.
Aj Bell Plc has a 4 week average price of 369.50p and a 12 week average price of 229p.
The 1 year high share price is 464p while the 1 year low share price is currently 229p.
There are currently 408,730,211 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 15,541,585 shares. The market capitalisation of Aj Bell Plc is £1,567,480,359.19.
thetrotsky: Unless I've misread the RNS, the placing wasn't done by AJ Bell (none of the proceeds went to AJ Bell). This appears to have been a private placing by Invesco on behalf of its managed clients i.e. rather than divest approximately 7.6% of the shares over a period of weeks (which would certainly have depressed the market price) they've sold them (at a discount) to other interested institutional investors. The fact that Invesco has decided to divest over 95% of its interest in AJ Bell might be disconcerting but other institutional investors have stepped into the breach and the market reaction today does appear somewhat overdone (a prolonged sell-off over several weeks could have done a lot more damage to the share price)
thedarkyhorse: Hey. Who likes to see a drop as we have? But maybe its worth looking at it another way? They wanted the dosh. They could of been constant sellers in the market with an ongoing overhang daily for ???? My bet? Share price would of drifted a lot lower over time because of this. Now quick remedy in hrs achieved. They get their dosh. We get full confident purchasers endorsing 400p as a good entry without any persistent overhang. Who will want it to rise from 400p. Company doing very well. Best of a bad occurence for me!
saltaire111: Not great when the share price pre placing was £4.50!!
eaaxs06: Buying around that 370 level should produce good quick results. When news of the share placing is released (probably late today) the share price will quickly bounce back to the 400p level.Once all the trades and cleared out at that level I would expect this to start moving upwards again very quickly.
saltaire111: Very muted response to excellent results. I suppose the share price improvement in recent weeks reflects the performance and I shouldn’t grumble. Salty
eaaxs06: I was expecting a bit more of a run up in the share price as went towards the close.Let's hope the figures are well received tomorrow morning. Good luck everyone, Sid.
intelinvestor: In the UK, the Financial Conduct Authority also announced a temporary ban on short-selling - or betting that a share price will fall - for Italian-listed businesses. Experts said President Trump's 30-day ban on foreign nationals entering the US, combined with increasingly drastic measures being introduced across the world to contain the virus, had created a 'perfect storm' for markets.
peterbill: Hi DiscoDave, just thought I'd add my thoughts on AJB ... The figures from Stocopedia ... current PE ratio is high at 50 to 60, ROCE is around 40% and earning growth around 20%, so a lot of growth factored into the current share price. Soon, one of the lock in periods ends so that may put some pressure on the current share price.
cottlet: Compare AJB with HL. The following have given to HArgreaves. JPM have added 33,000 clients and assets of £765m. Bailie Gifford have handed over Investment trusts worh £1.3bn to HL. Blackrock, Jupiter, Legg Mason and OML also passed over business to HL. Nick Train lifted his stake to above 11%. Only watching the share price will enable making the right choice. Or one could buy both? any views? Line of Duty last night was unbelievably gripping viewing...
trytotakeiteasy: orchid5 - I believe it is at management and broker discretion in terms of IPO shares allocation. For example, they probably want long-term investment institutions on the books rather than short-term hedge funds. There could be any number of factors that management could look at with regard to allocation. For example, the amount of shares applied for and how long someone has been a client with AJ Bell. I am not sure there is any rule that says a listing company has to allocate shares in a certain way. I think this situation is a catch-22. Would you want to get all the shares you applied for and have a weak share price? Or would you want to not get all the shares you applied for and have a strong share price. I'd go for the latter any day. Not getting all the shares you applied for implies that demand exceeds supply.
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