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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Close Brothers Group Plc LSE:CBG London Ordinary Share GB0007668071 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -14.00 -0.89% 1,560.00 1,569.00 1,574.00 1,560.00 1,560.00 1,560.00 12 08:00:36
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonequity Investment Instruments 0.0 140.9 72.8 21.4 2,352

Close Brothers Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
28/4/2021
16:00
Yes, at 1551p on 21/4.
thamestrader
28/4/2021
12:50
Did you manage to buy back in?
the diddymen
28/4/2021
09:44
divi pay day today
thamestrader
22/4/2021
10:17
This is drifting nicely back into the zone where I seek to buy back the batch I sold a few weeks ago (and immediately regretted it).
thamestrader
10/4/2021
21:43
Paps, Thanks very much that is really useful. I think that the arguments for this one are pretty crude. It is a solid company and investors are looking for a return on capital. In recent weeks there was the inevitable hiatus post interims, but to my mind the price driver is the lower expectations for returns on capital. A strong asset for all the wrong reasons! TD
the diddymen
10/4/2021
15:35
Couple of charts for you, TD. A 10 year chart, which shows that the CBG share price has peaked in the 1600-1700 range a number of times in the last 6 years and a 1 year Ichimoku Kinko Hyo chart which shows (see arrow) that the CBG share price entered a strongly bullish phase (rose above the "cloud") at the start of November. The Ichimoku chart is still strongly bullish, but CBG has had a good run over the last 5 and a half months. Will it continue? Keep an eye on the Ichimoku chart for a possible answer! free stock charts from uk.advfn.com free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
papillon
06/4/2021
11:06
Yield. I do not seem to be able to paste a graph but the link below gives the gross yield on CBG. The clear blue water of autumn 2020 stands out and the next set of results will close the gap. That said, in my view, as the risk of asset inflation increases, then so will the expected gross yield reduce. The net effect should be a moderate rerating which will be determined by the relative yield. It looks as if the post results churn is now over. hxxps://www.dividendmax.com/united-kingdom/london-stock-exchange/banks/close-brothers-group-plc/dividends#yields
the diddymen
25/3/2021
21:02
I have an opportunity to buy back cheaper the shares i stupidly sold a few weeks ago, although i have missed the ex-div date.
thamestrader
25/3/2021
18:33
.....After the normal trading carnage following solid results......
the diddymen
16/3/2021
07:29
Boringly solid set of half years. PE under 10. Divi yield 3.5% (based on last final and interim). Tier 1 15.3%. Wake me up. After the normal trading carnage following solid results, a modest rerating is likely. TD
the diddymen
08/3/2021
10:45
Deadly the last release stated 16 March - a week tomorrow. Looking this morning I see that the upward pattern has continued, presumably on the back of institutional buying. I am certain that next week there will be the normal roller coaster, but once the algorithms have bled it and settled down the only thing that counts on a share like CBG is PBT, quality of earnings and future dividends. The rest is down to a slide rule and interest rates. TD
the diddymen
04/3/2021
10:51
Haha with the current trading methodology you can never be sure which way the price will move. I may be wrong, but instinct says that the recent price move is more to do with a premium being put on returns on capital. If so the dividend will be important. TD
the diddymen
03/3/2021
20:20
Results due next week
deadly
15/2/2021
09:54
TT - I am not really invested for capital gain and I am now looking at return on capital invested. CBG should be able to sustain a respectable dividend, and the risk premium between a deposit account and a share like CBG is now significant. In my view the CBG share price is a symptom of arbitrage between bank interest and dividends. TD
the diddymen
15/2/2021
09:19
Getting a bit ahead of itself? Sold half just in case.
thamestrader
26/1/2021
13:09
EB The capital growth is always useful but a share like CBG is about income and their ability to deliver that income consistently with underlying growth. It is all about risk, systems and people. Not very interesting in the sense that it will never deliver rapid capital growth but very useful when you are looking for a reasonable rate of return. What assumptions did you make on the forward dividend; the 3.5% looks a little light if they recover to pre-covid levels. TD
the diddymen
25/1/2021
10:10
Close Brothers' share price has risen by 30% since Investor's Champion added the stock to their Income Boosters last year, but the forward dividend yield remains reasonable at 3.5%. Update on Investor's Champion's website on four of their Income Boosters' portfolio stocks.
energeticbacker
21/1/2021
12:14
Good and solid! A little hedging on the economic outlook - prudence is always a good thing. TD
the diddymen
21/1/2021
10:00
Good TU today: "The group has delivered a strong performance in the current market conditions, with high new business volumes in the lending businesses, solid net inflows in Asset Management and a very strong trading performance in Winterflood." Should continue recovery.
deadly
17/1/2021
18:18
Just wanted to be the first to post on this thread this year. 21 posts in the whole of last year! As a holder of this share it is nice to be in a boringly predictable company! On a more serious note the next trading update will be on 21 Jan. The CBG update should also give an indication of the post Brexit direction of travel for UK plc. There is part of me that thinks the unnecessarily fraught Brexit negotiations and post-covid repatriation of manufacturing will play to the benefit of CBG's market in the coming years. TD
the diddymen
23/11/2020
10:22
Investor's Champion comments: The elephant in the room is the scale of bad debt that will result from the pandemic. It's still too soon to know how things will pan out. However, Close Brothers has a long track record of profitable lending through the cycle
energeticbacker
20/11/2020
21:59
Not an uncommon comment in this environment from the Chief Executive. CBG ticks all the boxes for those betting on a reasonable Brexit deal. TD
the diddymen
19/11/2020
07:59
Happy with this update
jonnybig
19/11/2020
07:58
Forward vision still very uncertain but performance to date (imo) encouraging. " Outlook We have delivered a strong performance in the first quarter with all of our businesses performing well in the current environment. However, the impact of Covid-19, the additional restrictions in the UK, Brexit, and the end of the government support schemes on loan book growth and credit performance is still highly uncertain. "
pugugly
14/10/2020
12:43
Ex-div tomorrow - 40p = around 3.7%
dendria
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