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CSN Chesnara Plc

251.50
0.00 (0.00%)
Last Updated: 12:33:43
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% 251.50 250.00 252.00 254.00 247.00 247.00 324,097 12:33:43
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Life Insurance 488.8M 18.7M 0.1243 20.23 378.33M
Chesnara Plc is listed in the Life Insurance sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CSN. The last closing price for Chesnara was 251.50p. 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 £378.33 million. Chesnara has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 20.23.

Chesnara Share Discussion Threads

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06/12/2022
10:40
Nicely through the 200 DMA...
trustman
25/11/2022
16:52
igoe104

Cheers! Someone at HQ heard you and reacted......;-)

wynterwilde
25/11/2022
09:17
Not really, it didn't drop as much last month so it hasn't risen so much either.

Anyway, if you want growth and excitement, it's probably not the best share for that.

Tradable though.

cassini
24/11/2022
14:37
Share price has been poor compared to others in the sector.. Like Av...
igoe104
03/11/2022
14:12
Reminder From September:



Ends

Chesnara is not a flashy or high-profile business, but its income record — 17 years of continuous dividend rises and counting, is almost unique. An ideal income share at a reasonable forward price/earnings valuation of 12, combined with a chunky dividend yield.

mirandaj
25/10/2022
00:22
Sunak used to work for Goldman Sachs AKA The Vampire Squid.

It'll be more of the same tired old MMT globalist can-kicking that got us here in the first place...

cassini
24/10/2022
11:48
I have the distinct impression that Sunak (when crowned) will lead with quiet competence and markets will soon be 'Normal service has been resumed'......which bodes well for CSN (and others...)
wynterwilde
21/10/2022
18:48
Increased my position to overweight having said I wouldn't do that. The rationale being that interest rates have moved in Chesnaras favour, they aren't rushing to do a deal and the price has dropped in the low 260's.

Happy to collect the dividends in the meantime, but expecting to get back down to equal weight when things calm down and Chesnara bounces.

It's the trade everyone has been playing, just managed to get in 10p cheaper than I expected :-)

al101uk
21/10/2022
15:24
I did the same at 263
dosser50
21/10/2022
14:09
I tried to fight it, but couldn't....I re-invested my dividend at 266.6 which slightly lowers my average.....

I probably bought in too soon, but it's the dividends I'm more interested in.

wynterwilde
16/10/2022
16:01
Ariane,

yes, I too think with dividend re-investment and the new Chancellor steadying the ship, there will be a small general rising tide... more a neap than a spring......

wynterwilde
15/10/2022
16:09
i see presently at support level







Financial calendar

21 Oct 2022
Interim Dividend Payment


Divi reinvestment might lead to an upward push

ariane
13/10/2022
18:35
I think this is either very good or quite bad. I can't get at their LDI exposure but their cash pile should help and indeed may throw up interesting acquisition opportunities. They should not be forced gilt sellers but equally anybody who states that they fully understand this market should be viewed with caution..I was a banker in 2009/9 when it was clear the rating agencies had got CLOs wrong. When an AAA trades like a BBB+ something is wrong - maybe the div yield on CSN was a similar lead indicator.
wizard2020
13/10/2022
18:19
"This week though has been farcical."

hxxps://vancedavidatw.podbean.com/e/the-planned-demolition-of-the-pound-sterling/
D. Vance (mini-pod') 12 Oct. 2022.
"Our monetary system swings from crisis to crisis since the "Mini Budget" and I can't help but feel that this is all planned and deliberate! They want to introduce a Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDG) and they need to collapse the Pound first."

Standard disclaimer applies, DYOR etc. For entertainment purposes only.

triskelion
13/10/2022
15:04
I felt the Govt let him down badly in the initial phase of this fiasco by not consulting and to be fair by intervening they bailed the government out. I also thought they were pretty clear to government that this was a temporary thing and they had some time now to sort themselves out. This week though has been farcical. Bailey appearing in the street in New York for comment is plain unacceptable irrespective that he was contradicted by the office the following day
makinbuks
13/10/2022
10:11
Wizard2020..

yes absolutely. As a Yell share holder I was shocked to see he let Bob Wigley get away with committing fraud. Paws in honey pot or what.......

wynterwilde
12/10/2022
17:19
Yup - remember what a great job Bailey did at the FSA
wizard2020
12/10/2022
11:25
This must be the most incompetent PM / Chancellor/ Bank of England combination of all time.
jonnybig
12/10/2022
10:51
So the BoE is printing money in order to buy inflation-linked bonds? What could go wrong...
tomleafs
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
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