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CSN Chesnara Plc

247.00
0.00 (0.00%)
25 Jun 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Chesnara Plc LSE:CSN London Ordinary Share GB00B00FPT80 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 247.00 246.50 248.00 250.00 245.50 247.00 106,173 16:35:25
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Life Insurance 488.8M 18.7M 0.1239 19.90 372.1M
Chesnara Plc is listed in the Life Insurance sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CSN. The last closing price for Chesnara was 247p. Over the last year, Chesnara shares have traded in a share price range of 245.50p to 289.50p.

Chesnara currently has 150,954,119 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Chesnara is £372.10 million. Chesnara has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 19.90.

Chesnara Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
12/8/2021
14:19
Strong buying reading across from Aviva and other life assurers reporting recently
makinbuks
12/8/2021
13:29
The Company have a good record, going back at least to 2016, of steady and consistent annual increases in dividend.
bluemango
12/8/2021
13:21
Unusual buying interest today?

Interims in a fortnight, on 26th August.

bluemango
26/7/2021
17:50
A load? please explain.
luderitz
26/7/2021
15:14
Purchase a position here. Good solid company for my portfolio with a fantastic yield..
igoe104
10/7/2021
15:20
The UT at the end of the day distorts the picture, as it determines the closing price. I'd guess Monday's open should be 265-plus.

I hold two of the current PI attacks, JLG and DIGS. I should have held MRW: I used to, but hey-ho! In all of these, there was no pre-warning. So who knows? If someone with cash sees CSN as a worthwhile target, they'll go for it.

jonwig
10/7/2021
15:03
There's something a bit 'fake' about the quoted prices here. The opening/closing prices and the daily gain/loss simply don't add up.

Looking at the intraday graph, you could be forgiven for thinking it dropped 15p on Friday. Clearly it has not. Even allowing for the wide spread at the start/end of the day, the quoted prices here are strange. The 'mid' price charts a more realistic course than the 'curr' price, but the latter is used to calculate the daily change figure and generate the graphs.

thamestrader
09/7/2021
20:32
It's certainly strange given LGEN and PHNX bounced today and no reason why CSN shouldn't have Doesn't appear to be any newsflow
williamcooper104
09/7/2021
19:30
A discussion on another board suggested that if anyone wanted to bid for a company the best route would be to drive the price down first.
I had a look at the recent trades and as today the volume here is very light but the share price has still moved.

Could it possibly be that the shares are being sold off in the hope to set up a lower bid.
Seems to me there is a reasonable business available here with a strong yield and we have already suggested that others may be interested.

fenners66
09/7/2021
19:03
Anyone any idea why the drop today
williamcooper104
07/7/2021
19:47
Apollo want to hoover up European insurance/life assets too
williamcooper104
07/7/2021
18:14
Yep - hopefully holding CSN is a way of buying PHNX cheaply
williamcooper104
07/7/2021
16:52
They are only growing the dividend by a small % each year (3%? from memory) so when profits/cash have grown by more they effectively have it held in reserve for leaner years.

I can see PHNX eventually snapping this up.

fenners66
07/7/2021
16:04
The smallness is for me part of the attraction in that I just can't believe someone won't buy it - but I've been believing that for a while; and it's obviously still here I'm tempted to cut and top up LGEN/PHNX - but the 8 yield is enticing
williamcooper104
07/7/2021
16:02
Sp hasn't gone sideways with volatility for years It's not making as good progress as covering legacy business with new business as PHNX is But economic value is c£600m versus c£400m market cap - not sure what discount rates they use to calculate EcV Cash generation does cover the dividend but doesn't appear to leave a lot of headroom - though management would have to be epically stupid to increase it in middle of pandemic when they could easily have gotten away with just holding if it divi was under near term threat
williamcooper104
07/7/2021
14:49
I have held in the past, back in today. A yield of 8% and a reasonable chance of an increased share price in 12 months makes this attractive to me. Also hold Phoenix. Surprised more people are not interested or is it too small for the market it is in? Hopefully, a Buy and Hold for a decent period for me.
pdt
02/7/2021
13:12
Tcap also worth a look, along with Dec.
brucie5
30/6/2021
16:14
I would buy more (and have done fairly recently), but it already feels odd having this outfit that nobody has heard of as my fourth biggest holding. Another buy would move it to first place. MNG gives a similar yield, and has also dipped lately, so spent a little there instead.
thamestrader
30/6/2021
16:07
Bought in today. Waited for a sub 270 day. That yield proved too tempting.
lord gnome
19/6/2021
15:53
It is indeed - but longer treasuries have firmed up creating a fatter yield curve. The risk to lower for longer was the fed keeping emergency liquidity/rates thoughout an entire economic cycle, which would then have led to much higher rates to tame inflation With the amount of debt, public sector mainly but increasingly consumer/mortgage debt, rates do not need to rise by much to crash the economy, and bring inflation down IMO the sustainable long term treasury rate is between 2 and 3 - which with the traditional equity risk premium gets you to 5-7 equity returns
williamcooper104
19/6/2021
15:08
William - is "lower for longer" still the central assumption?
The Fed may have tried to push that one, but now it's talking an earlier raise.

jonwig
19/6/2021
14:09
Long term equity returns in a lower for longer world are likely to be no or only a little more than 6 percent So 8 percent with even no divi growth is better than you're likely to get on the wider market
williamcooper104
19/6/2021
12:42
...We await developments!
pvb
19/6/2021
12:40
pvb - a UT trade is not a 'sell'. Likely the price will recover to 270+ at monday's open.

personally I think Deane was a bit over--cautious. It's quite possible a new CEO will put the company up for sale.

jonwig
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