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CSN Chesnara Plc

249.00
2.50 (1.01%)
24 May 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
  2.50 1.01% 249.00 249.00 250.50 252.50 248.00 252.50 96,610 16:29:59
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Life Insurance 488.8M 18.7M 0.1243 20.03 374.57M
Chesnara Plc is listed in the Life Insurance sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CSN. The last closing price for Chesnara was 246.50p. Over the last year, Chesnara shares have traded in a share price range of 246.00p to 289.50p.

Chesnara currently has 150,430,393 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Chesnara is £374.57 million. Chesnara has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 20.03.

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
11/10/2022
14:30
On this criteria anyway, at the moment this has a market cap of £412m so it's a very long way from needing to delist.

It's down because of the general worries about the gilt and LDI market that the Bank has exacerbated today - see today's similar moves in L&G, Aviva and Phoenix.

From ADVFN's morning market report: "On home shores, the Bank of England announced earlier that it has widened its emergency bond-buying programme to include index-linked bonds, which are linked to inflation. The Bank said the beginning of this week has seen a further significant repricing of UK government debt, particularly index-linked gilts.

"Dysfunction in this market, and the prospect of self-reinforcing ‘fire sale’ dynamics pose a material risk to UK financial stability," it said.

The announcement followed another selloff in UK debt markets, particularly in the index-linked market, and came just a day after the BoE said it would double the size of its daily purchases to £10bn.

Neil Wilson, chief market analyst at Markets.com, said: "It all seems rather messy and panicky - as expected the market was always going to retest the Bank’s resolve and put the Budget to the sword. To expand your emergency intervention in the market once is unfortunate, to do so twice looks like carelessness."

wmb194
11/10/2022
13:45
Very small market cap doesn't really align to the very high costs of being listed. Just speaking from personal experience where I've been caught out but admittedly with a couple of AIM companies.
jonnybig
11/10/2022
12:57
Is there a high risk this may be delisted?
jonnybig
10/10/2022
14:54
Another drop down?
Makes me wonder if they have any exposure to the LDI issue, or someone thinks they do.

fenners66
10/10/2022
11:17
Personally preferred the men in grey suits (Kettleborough, Deane etc) and their 'reassuringly boring' approach. Jury very much still out on Mr Murray for me.
speedsgh
09/10/2022
11:52
In a word: mixed.

Some are uncomfortable with what they see as a shift towards a slightly riskier approach.

Others think he's dynamic and could bring more reward. Time will tell.

bluemango
09/10/2022
11:23
What are the thoughts on here regarding the new CEO, Steve Murray?
topvest
09/10/2022
02:26
Re: LDI I'd happened to read the two MW articles which both came along on 7 October, seemed OK

hxxps://moneyweek.com/investments/bonds/government-bonds/605411/ldi-financial-fix-backfired

hxxps://moneyweek.com/investments/bonds/government-bonds/605409/liability-driven-investment-ldi-doom-loop-bond-market

triskelion
04/10/2022
11:51
I picked up some at 274p yesterday. I bought a few other insurers too.
cassini
04/10/2022
10:18
yes, picked up a few yesterday.
thamestrader
04/10/2022
10:12
ttt...
now slowly climbing back to more normal levels....I hope you managed to pick some up as I'm sure it will be a lot higher when we receive our dividends......

wynterwilde
03/10/2022
08:32
It's not every day you can buy this at less than 280p.

Tempted. But it's still 'amateur hour'.

thamestrader
29/9/2022
11:45
What happened at just after 9am?
thebutler
26/9/2022
20:44
Stick with Chestara, keep trading the range (about 280 to 310),increase your holding while keeping your capital committed static. I got in years ago when it was 179 from memory, and my holding has paid for itself if one includes the dividends. Don't know why that works, but it most certainly does. Fingers crossed it continues to behave as it has for years.
1knocker
13/9/2022
14:13
al101uk
fred177

Thank you both.

wynterwilde
13/9/2022
14:11
Sorry for continuing OT -

On balance I prefer SUPR and SHED to RGL. RGL has a higher yield for sure, but largely because the share price has tanked.

thamestrader
13/9/2022
13:11
Sorry for OT -

RGL is something i am overweight in, coming into the pandemic occupancy of regional offices was at an all time high, they collected most of their rents although with their acquisitions vacancy rates have increased, trading on a disc of circa 30% and yielding just under 10%, i have faith in the management who've been buying and i don't think the office is dead and also re- purposing opportunities exist
all IMHO which may not be worth much

fred177
13/9/2022
12:47
Got some REITs and that one isn't for me, looks like my entire investment is sticking around here for now, thanks for the feedback.
al101uk
13/9/2022
12:47
fred177
al101uk

Very interested on your thoughts on CSN, thanks for posting them as I am considering reducing my holding here. I was about to go with PHP....so fred, I'm presuming you favour RGL for their broader reach..?

wynterwilde
13/9/2022
12:23
I’ve bought more RGL this morning interims due Thursday will be along term hold for income as CSN was meant to be
fred177
13/9/2022
12:05
fred177,

Interested in where you intend to find a new home for your money?

I already own Phoenix & L&G, so overweight this sector, but I want to maintain the yield... safely.

I won't be selling out completely, but reducing a little bit more for diversification wouldn't hurt.

al101uk
13/9/2022
09:36
Sold out here this morning, all things considered the model seems to be changing to one of higher risk and felt that may be the case following Murray's appointment and the first Hardman interview. Amongst all the things that al101uk points out which i agree with, i also thought there was a bit of a disconnect between CEO and CFO, i may be completely off track here but in the first interview they share a camera and were together as a team, this time separate cameras locations and Murray very much dictating the flow. Not sure if Rimmington is fully on board with all of it- and hence decided to move on. GLA will keep watching
fred177
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