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CBG Close Brothers Group Plc

461.60
0.80 (0.17%)
Last Updated: 08:27:59
Delayed by 15 minutes
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
  0.80 0.17% 461.60 459.40 461.60 466.00 453.00 466.00 36,817 08:27:59
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Asset - Backed Securities 1.01B 81.1M - N/A 0
Close Brothers Group Plc is listed in the Asset - Backed Securities sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CBG. The last closing price for Close Brothers was 460.80p. Over the last year, Close Brothers shares have traded in a share price range of 278.00p to 998.50p.

Close Brothers currently has 150,455,190 shares in issue.

Close Brothers Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
14/4/2024
18:43
All part of the game to keep Nethanyu in power.
mustau
14/4/2024
08:45
Might well have dodged a bullet selling when I did markets not looking good another escalation unprecedented but highly expected very surprised Israel airspace opened so quickly.
123trev
12/4/2024
19:46
ES must have spoken with the cleaner fellows, very surprising if point 1 was stated by senior fellow in admin!
mustau
12/4/2024
17:12
I am surprise no one has given their view on the Fca Update today.
I read 3 things into it
1. The need for them to talk about holding money back for liabilities suggest to me where there mind set is, especially when you think back to what the FCA fellow said a while back in his cryptic message we unlikely to find nothing.
2. They said by September 24 at the latest they will report, which suggest the date is very moveable , I take that as they going to bring it forward.
3. If the legal review drags on they will delay the report way pass September 24 I suspect they talking about Barclays.
ON a side note who has the final control BOE/FOS/FCA. Or the courts.

karv1
12/4/2024
10:14
I’m done for now another decent return will look again if it drops back. GL
123trev
12/4/2024
08:58
Looking hot

spud

jonnybig
12/4/2024
08:57
My bail target was 500p. We're close to hitting that and I'm thinking of adjusting upwards.

Only holding 1000 shares but with an average of 287.2p it's been a great recovery. Thanks Martin Lewis.

davius
12/4/2024
06:09
I think 800 is too high in short term. (before sep 25) if we were to ignore the elephant in the room.
Dividend at 13.9 in the perfect world and is 36% above phnx, unless someone is building for a take over which would change everything.
The see saw effect will come in to play and when you put the elephant back in the room it tips it even more. Where the short term share price limits is who knows.

karv1
11/4/2024
11:55
Sounds very much like a plan!
fiscal cliff
11/4/2024
10:51
Glad I jumped on the lows. Appears someone is stake building. Hoping this will recover to 800p by August, then plan to sell at a stonking profit before the FCA review in September, just in case it's bad news. Don't want to lose that profit!

spud

jonnybig
10/4/2024
22:52
I would like to agree, but will still be volatile until FCA makes a decision....
stoopid
10/4/2024
16:23
swift rise to £6 imo
tsmith2
10/4/2024
14:07
CPI data was not great yet CBG holding up fairly well compared to others.
karv1
10/4/2024
10:07
Same here, my initial buy in was 780, rode the fear and panic down to 295 and bout 3 tranches at 400 294 and 330 after listening to and reading of the more balanced articles and deciding CBG would be OK. Was tempted to sell at 470 there but managed not to...
stoopid
10/4/2024
09:51
I rode the run down to 290 level buying all the way (small amounts)

Have just sold some this morning but morphed into LLoy instead

Keeping the same liquidity

Good luck

jubberjim
10/4/2024
09:44
Bad time to sell financial stocks in particular at the moment as it's nailed on interest rates will be cut in the coming months so much further for these stocks to rise imo.

spud

jonnybig
10/4/2024
09:32
Looks like an up day across the board.
I have noticed some of the big players are not moving much.
I suspect it is to do with the US CPI figures if I have read it correctly in 4 hours.
This could still send the market negative or give it a huge boost.

karv1
10/4/2024
07:15
Well done Karv hard not to take a decent profit sometimes the market is a fickle mistress lol and a profit is only ever a profit when it’s in your account but it’s a kicker to live with if it keeps going up. I wished I hadn’t sold my original holding at £2.88 then buying back in and even now I’m hovering over the sell button again your not alone.
123trev
09/4/2024
22:41
I'm out good luck all. I made very good money here , needed to move 20k to isa so thought I sell all on a gamble to attempt some trading for 453 at 16.26 I did not actually think it would all sell but mr buy came in for 454 and sucked me dry and I sold all for 454. I am semi regretting it as the FTSE futures are currently up,
you win some you lose some.
That vanq looks interesting

karv1
09/4/2024
11:52
O/T but while we keep watching this climb anybody watching the basket case Vanq traded from 46p to 56p and just bought back in at 47.50. The valuation seems ridiculous if they can pull it around and that Redwood stake a possible bid maybe! They do own a bank.
123trev
09/4/2024
11:10
Strong again this am. Well done to those that got in sub £3.
Suet

suetballs
08/4/2024
20:50
Obviously anything is possible but BOA have in recent years been actively and aggressively stock trading and hired a progressive team to do it. I think they see a sound investment case here and have took such a stake because of it. Meanwhile Barclays have hired a legal team to fight the FCA decision and validity of some claims.
123trev
08/4/2024
16:31
Hmmm, I think a bid is a distinct possibility, with Merrill lynch, (Aka BOA) acting to soak up stock now with voting interest +10%, with the price being marked up progressively these last weeks. To have £60m exposure already, I doubt they are here for a light flutter, they have something more strategic in mind, if they keep it up, they will be compelled to, admittedly they need twice again, to be in that boat, but I somehow think the pattern suggests they will keep doing it, certainly the end outcome is from Zero, they now have £60m exposure with that increase seemingly managed, surely not playing games here...
chriss911911
08/4/2024
15:00
When do the shackles come off here
tsmith2
08/4/2024
14:52
Recovery seems to be continuing, despite the temptation to take profits I'm hanging on for now. I wonder if this guy is rueing his decision?


Columbia Threadneedle’s David Moss used a short-lived recovery in shares of Close Brothers (CBG) to sell out of the beleaguered private bank.
...
Moss used a ‘small recovery’ in the share price to sell his position over the month.
‘...we felt the stock had become uninvestable, with the cancellation of the dividend removing one of the key reasons for ownership,’ he said.

davius
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