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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Direct Line Insurance Group Plc LSE:DLG London Ordinary Share GB00BY9D0Y18 ORD 10 10/11P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  5.20 1.78% 296.80 296.60 296.70 297.60 291.00 291.50 3,478,591 16:35:06
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonlife Insurance 3,214.8 451.4 25.8 11.5 4,081

Direct Line Insurance Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
10/6/2021
08:13
Why are DLG listing every transaction in their own shares in the RNS. Weird, don't remember seeing that level of info before.
yf23_1
09/6/2021
21:31
Porsche "foreign investors dont want to invest in depreciating currencies. It’s tanked 11 years in a row against the USD" If this link to the GBP/USD advfn chart works - you will be able to prove to yourself that last statement was just plain wrong. But I bet you are not actually interested .... ......in facts. hTTps://uk.advfn.com/cmn/chrt/chrt_wrap.php?epic=FX%3AGBPUSD&name=&type=1&size=3&period=13&date1_day=27&date1_month=10&date1_year=2010&date2_day=09&date2_month=06&date2_year=2021&ind_type1=0&ind_type2=0&ind_type3=0
fenners66
09/6/2021
18:21
Presume you are based in USA? Would appear strange to reside in a country you clearly feel no part of!
bothdavis
09/6/2021
11:14
“ One “ has risen, wow. Making comparisons over last 12 months is pointless, as base effect massively skewed by covid. The reality is the ftse 100 is where it was 20 years ago, there has been massive capital destruction. The currency being trashed has not benefitted exporters at all interestingly and following brexit the only thing the U.K. can do to remain competitive with its medieval productivity levels is keep on devaluing, foreign investors dont want to invest in depreciating currencies. It’s tanked 11 years in a row against the USD and worse against euro and commodity currencies (ASD/NZD) These investments are going nowhere, the businesses have declining business models. Take out Next and Ocado and the rest is utter sxxt. On another point Direct Line seriously needs an Elliot or Cervian to kickstart share price, surprised how dire it still is. Cant even trade it now.
porsche1945
01/6/2021
11:54
Well one member of the FTSE has risen approximately 132250% in the last 20 years, I guess that stacks up vs your US tech....
fenners66
01/6/2021
11:35
Artemis UK Select up 54% in 1 year. Up 1100% since last purchase. Source II.
bothdavis
01/6/2021
11:30
2 stockready.. Hahaha I rest my case, is the adult learning centre closed at the moment, nice English. What a moron.
porsche1945
01/6/2021
11:27
2fenner I invest in tech and growth in the USA and dividend stocks in OZ and NZ, things like Spark (telecom) the only U.K. funds I have to answer your question is Fundsmith and EUFN, neither are passive. Which are the wonderful companies in the ftse 100 you are talking about, half the companies listed 20 years ago are no longer in the index, the only ones I can find that have put on anything decent are Ocado and Astra and Next, the rest are utter capital destructive dogs, they are where they were 20 years ago or a fraction of that, think telecoms, banks, retail, the only other pharma were gsk which is about to be broken up and the other one that was suspended for fraud, all the usual suspects, miners are about back to where they were in 2012 after some nightmare years. If I was you I would wake up, get USD protection (sterling doomed with UK’s medieval productivity/brexit/covid Boris) and into faangs ( Fb and alphabet throwing off so much cash it’s crazy) and growth funds like Arkk and OGIG. Dividends where they are still being paid in the ftse have been cut in half, as have the share prices, think former big payers like Hsbc. Why bother?
porsche1945
01/6/2021
10:37
I seem to recall ftse at 3000 or so ish around 2008
wolansm
01/6/2021
09:17
Porsche1945 "ftse 100 has delivered virtually no net return in 20 years" So what ? You only investing in passive index trackers? How about investing in some of the individual stocks in the FTSE, then see where your 20 year returns could have been. I guess you will not be bothering to look up potential answers , but then if you don't do the research you likely will not make the gains....
fenners66
28/5/2021
09:50
Looking perky again. MACD bottoming out and bouncing up off the bottom of the bollinger. Back to 330? I can hope.
lord gnome
28/5/2021
09:13
What's going on, don't see buy back today being likely
wolansm
24/5/2021
23:00
Porsche: 'Probably best this stays out of the ftse 100, its doomed, cant hold 7000 level, same price it was 3rd Dec....1999. Just shocking, anywhere else you would have 2x’d plus your money...tories have been a disaster with all their selfish impoverishing infighting that has resulted in foreign outflows and sterling down against dollar 11 years in a row. Cant see an end to it, buy S&P growth and apart from a few trades like this dump UK, terminal.' Ignores the basic fundamental difference that the US indices pay much lower dividends than the UK typically does. So what their indeces have seen in growth we've seen in divs being peeled off (that we can then spend or reinvest).
jrphoenixw2
21/5/2021
22:29
@wllm Yeah me neither, a bit annoying but i guess a few days ain't gonna hurt too much.
hallucinogenix
21/5/2021
21:36
I still haven't received mine hall, confident it will be there on Monday. have a nice weekend all, wllm :)
wllmherk
21/5/2021
15:05
For info - I just contacted Halifax Share Dealing chat support and was told they have only just received the dividend details and were working as hard as possible to get it sorted today - So at least it seems to be in hand.
hallucinogenix
21/5/2021
12:08
Great Divi-makes a real difference irrespective of short term share price fluctuations.
cumnor
21/5/2021
12:05
Love the FTSE 100, has been a reliable dividend payer in the last 25years. Had excellent share price rises from some unexpected sources! Buy British!!
bothdavis
21/5/2021
11:00
Probably best this stays out of the ftse 100, its doomed, cant hold 7000 level, same price it was 3rd Dec....1999. Just shocking, anywhere else you would have 2x’d plus your money...tories have been a disaster with all their selfish impoverishing infighting that has resulted in foreign outflows and sterling down against dollar 11 years in a row. Cant see an end to it, buy S&P growth and apart from a few trades like this dump UK, terminal.
porsche1945
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