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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.

Chesnara Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
20/12/2023
10:41
Very disappointing shareprice bearing in mind Phoenix, M&G and Legal have all rallied 15-20%. Any ideas? Clearly a seller but wonder who and why. Is a 9% yield no enough?
elsa7878
12/12/2023
15:45
mine too, looking to re-enter. possibly. maybe.
thamestrader
12/12/2023
11:15
Get the feeling Aberdeen selling here,on my watchlist again
linton5
10/12/2023
19:14
pvb,

For the vast majority you're right of course. That's what made Chesnara special, I don't think I ever worried about a bad deal.

al101uk
10/12/2023
15:46
al101uk 7 Dec '23 - 20:55 - 2277 of 2288

What I said after the new CEO took over:

"Changed CEO to someone who is obviously more ambitious.
Hired a Head Of Strategy from Pheonix
Talked of making purchases based on "synergies"

Don't they always? ;-)

pvb
10/12/2023
10:02
As CSN is deemed to be a very safe and virtually risk free high dividend stock, where do we go if the new team exceed our risk profile..?

I hold LGEN too, but wouldn't include them (or their peers) in the same ultra safe category.

wynterwilde
09/12/2023
12:34
It's a token. Nothing more nothing less.
lord gnome
09/12/2023
07:38
You obviously live in a completely different world to most other people (you're not Fred the Shred btw are you lol) It's very doubtful the CEO has got £1m in spare cash but if he had then maybe he would spend it on CSN shares - we don't know if he would do or not.

The point is he did spend £10k of his own money on more shares. He certainly didn't have to do that and could have spent it on a nice caribbean holiday instead.

cfro
08/12/2023
22:36
cfro

exactly he's got loads so he spends a weeks wages on a few more, wow a major signal, no, if he spent £1,000,000 then i may consider it significantly enthusiastic

fred177
08/12/2023
17:42
Oh im for real alright fred, are you? Lol..

£10,000 is £10,000 no matter who has it. The CEO decided to spend it on some more shares. He doesn't have to as he already has a fair few, but he did nonetheless...

cfro
08/12/2023
16:43
I suspect it was meant sarcastically, but I agree sometimes a director might be wise not to buy unless he they have a suitable amount that will indicate a genuine view
makinbuks
08/12/2023
16:03
are you for real he's spent £10K on a few shares ffs
fred177
08/12/2023
09:15
Well the CEO seems enthusiastic judging by his share purchase..
cfro
08/12/2023
00:11
Agreed it seems the market is not enthusiastic so far.
fenners66
07/12/2023
20:55
What I said after the new CEO took over:

"Changed CEO to someone who is obviously more ambitious.
Hired a Head Of Strategy from Pheonix
Talked of making purchases based on "synergies"
Rasied funds via a bond placing

Chersnara is no longer boring.

While David Rimmington is still on board and clearly being listened too around risk management and the way Chesnara conducts itself I'll monitor things, but stick around."

Got some serious thinking to do now.

al101uk
07/12/2023
20:54
I've been in and out of Phoenix, I sold up when they declared they were getting more aggressive with their acquisition strategy and bought back quite recently as they moderated their approach.

I think the comaprison bares some analysis:

Phoenix floated in 2010, in March 2010 it was at 710p and now trades at 489p.

Chesnara has been around longer, but in March 2010 it traded at 210p and now sits at 257p.

Both have paid very good dividends over the years, Phoenix has taken the risk of aggressive expansion, where as Chesnara has not. I'm not sure owners of Phoenix stock have been adaquately rewarded for the additional risk they took.

I see a similar story playing out here. More debt, more risk resulting in a bigger business, but little additional value for shareholders.

al101uk
07/12/2023
07:45
With a focus in the introduction put on M&A
Will the market like that ?
Or will it be perceived as the CEO taking risks ?

fenners66
07/12/2023
07:31
New FD coming over from Aviva..
cfro
29/11/2023
13:59
Hardman interview:
cfro
11/11/2023
21:34
I can't say that the rest of my portfolio has paid for itself!
Across the portfolio it has been a rank bad year.
I never thought i would see DEC sub 100, let alone sub70, for example.
Lets hope that all the divis keep flowing!
Onwards and upwards!

1knocker
11/11/2023
18:24
Good for you 1k.

I wish I had done the same. I am breakeven after the latest divi but still better than most I my investments at this moment.

tag57
11/11/2023
17:48
Even nicer now that my holding has long since paid for itself (trading out and back in, plus dividends received).
1knocker
10/11/2023
18:24
Very nice divi
dosser50
10/11/2023
18:24
Very nice divi
dosser50
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