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CSN Chesnara Plc

248.00
-1.50 (-0.60%)
Last Updated: 11:04:16
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
  -1.50 -0.60% 248.00 246.50 248.50 253.00 245.50 248.50 124,927 11:04:16
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Life Insurance 488.8M 18.7M 0.1239 20.02 374.37M
Chesnara Plc is listed in the Life Insurance sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CSN. The last closing price for Chesnara was 249.50p. 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 £374.37 million. Chesnara has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 20.02.

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
01/12/2021
17:29
I think he means if the dividend increases by 3% then the share price will also increase by 3% in order to keep the yield at 8% - so the total shareholder return should be 11% in that scenario.
riverman77
01/12/2021
17:00
eggy - hindsight is a wonderful thing. But OK, what does your crystal ball tell you will happen over the next 3-5 years, and is it totally reliable?

PS. You're right that 8% + 3% growth isn't 11%!

jonwig
01/12/2021
16:35
? I could be wrong here but on my calculator 8% divi plus 3% divi growth adds up to 8.24%!

On the share price front - over the last 3-5 years there's been an approx. 30% drop in share price So one might have just put the money in the bank and spent 8% of it each year.

BWTBHDIK?

eggbaconandbubble
01/12/2021
13:01
You answered your own question, cheap share price and therefore high dividend yield. A respectable history of 3% div growth as well. When you add everything up you get div yield of 8% + 3% growth = 11% return going forward (if PE stays constant). Not bad considering other areas of the market are at nosebleed valuations.
tomleafs
01/12/2021
12:54
Apart from a good dividend, why would I invest in CSN, bearing in mind the share price over the last few years has been poor?
eggbaconandbubble
01/12/2021
11:50
Some funny bid/offer price action today.
Anyway, took advantage and swapped some of my oversized Aviva holding into CSN.

thamestrader
25/11/2021
11:54
£2m annual cash seems a good deal at 12.5% on EV and even better for the invested value
makinbuks
25/11/2021
07:15
Acquisition, Netherlands:



Looks good value for £13m.

jonwig
05/11/2021
07:34
Can I borrow that UT fairy sometimes , please ?
fenners66
05/11/2021
01:58
Well well, the UT fairy came along late at night sometime and expunged the big UT drop.

How weird is that?

cassini
04/11/2021
18:57
I had heard of UTs but this was a big drop.
Seen it happen a lot with Aviva but only 4p max.

scrwal
04/11/2021
17:51
The uncrossing (UT) at 178p.

That's the closing auction (and determines the official closing price). It's not a reliable guide to tomorrow's opening and may well self-correct, but the spread could be too wide to trade first thing.

jonwig
04/11/2021
17:32
Anyone know what caused the massive drop at the close?
scrwal
27/10/2021
13:34
back in at 282.5p, slightly higher than I'd like, but hey.
thamestrader
24/10/2021
15:54
That's my buy zone too edmundshaw, and I look to sell over about 305. I tend to sell enough to recover my outlay on the previous purchase, retaining a few extra shares. Over the years, the holding has grown nicely, with a modest reduction in capital invested. I see no reason to hurry at present as the next ex dividend is months away and the market is choppy, so I have high hopes of an other purchase at about 270.
1knocker
24/10/2021
13:49
thanks Tote
petewy
22/10/2021
09:52
Hi gents, I don't know about you but My dividend today will automatically be revested today if received hopefully today.
igoe104
07/10/2021
16:39
My buy zone is historically more like 270p, but that is looking a bit harder to get to these days. Sometimes the "trading range" just moves...
edmundshaw
07/10/2021
13:19
That volume chart has spiked up today....
fenners66
07/10/2021
12:41
Try setting a limit buy order, mine triggered yesterday in a brief drop and I got them for 279.5.My limit order was set at 280
smilie
07/10/2021
11:11
Thanks CSN an old favourite of mine but not traded it for a while and was tentatively thinking of doing so again.
luderitz
07/10/2021
10:26
I'm looking for around 280p. 279p served me well last time around, sold at 313p.
I might settle for 281/282p depending on how scary the market is looking as a whole.

thamestrader
07/10/2021
09:50
"Heading back towards my 'buy zone'"

Which is what if you don't mind me asking TT.

luderitz
06/10/2021
19:30
Well I've doubled-up. Put some of my John Laing proceeds into this. A defensive play.
topvest
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