Experian Dividends - EXPN

Experian Dividends - EXPN

Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Experian Plc EXPN London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
7.00 0.24% 2,895.00 16:35:24
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
2,886.00 2,849.00 2,893.00 2,895.00 2,888.00
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Experian EXPN Dividends History

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Posted at 13/2/2022 19:13 by essentialinvestor
Mentioned this as put EXPN back on a watchlist late last week
and wondered if anyone had additional information.

As with the NHS, very large backlogs have developed in UK court cases
so I assume it has not yet reached this stage.

Posted at 06/9/2021 15:43 by hotfinance14
SP now over £33. Staggering performance by EXPN.
Posted at 16/7/2021 05:53 by hotfinance14
Tailwinds abound for Experian, says Hargreaves’ Clayton
Hargreaves Lansdown fund manager Steve Clayton says Experian (EXPN) is executing its plans ‘really well’ and will benefit from the tailwind of a recovering economy.

Citywire A-rated Clayton holds the consumer credit scoring group as a 5.7% position in his £329m HL Select UK Growth fund. He said it had outperformed both ‘its own and the market’s expectations in the quarter to end of June’ as revenue leapt 31% as lockdowns lifted.

The company upped its guidance for the rest of the year, expecting organic growth to come in at 9-11% and revenue growth to hit 15%.

‘Crucially, Experian is also talking profit margins higher, suggesting profit growth for the year could be very strong indeed,’ said Clayton.

‘Experian is executing its own agenda really well and it has the tailwind of rapidly recovering economies behind it. It is a data-driven business in an increasingly data-driven world.’

The shares closed up 2.5%, or 73p, at £30.50 after a trading update was released on Thursday.

Posted at 22/4/2021 09:42 by imperial3

Thanks for your post.I was wondering why EXPN were so strong this morning.

Posted at 08/12/2020 06:45 by hotfinance14
Experian is dominant in data, says Shore Capital
Credit rating group Experian (EXPN) is set to outperform as it remains a ‘dominant force’ in data.

Analyst Robin Speakman retained his ‘buy’ recommendation on the shares, which were trading at £26.78 yesterday.

He said share price outperformance was ‘set to return in due course’ after the stock started ‘drifting back’ after first-half results and a rotation into Covid-19 recovery stocks.

‘Looking further out, growth trends, in which Experian has been investing, appear well set with a return to the mid-to-high single digit underlying organic revenue performance,’ he said.

Speakman said earnings have remained ‘stable’ at Experian through the pandemic and he forecasts ‘margins to strengthen again from next year’.

‘We believe the outlook remains extremely positive for Experian as a dominant force in data,’ he said.

Posted at 18/7/2020 12:28 by diggerdog1
GBG thanks, had a look.EXPN are in UK Buffettology Fund but can't see GBG, must have seen it in another fund or mentioned somewhere else!.
Posted at 17/7/2020 07:26 by hotfinance14
Significant target price changes (over 20%)
Epic Company Broker New Rec Previous Rec

New Target Old Target
EXPN Experian PLC Deutsche Bank Hold Hold 2,550 1,950

Posted at 12/5/2016 13:12 by thomasthetank1
Read Beaufort Securities's note on EXPERIAN PLC (EXPN), out this morning, by visiting hxxps://www.research-tree.com/company/GB00B19NLV48
"Experian delivered stable performance in the FY2016 with organic growth of +5% and good financial results at constant exchange rate basis. The Group was impacted by the adverse foreign exchange movement due to its US dollar denominated currency, especially the Brazilian real, reduced the total revenue by -US$412m and total EBIT by - US$137m with its EBIT margin fell by -0.6%..."

Posted at 08/4/2015 06:56 by mike740
EXPN UPGRADE............

08 Apr 2015 Experian PLC EXPN Credit Suisse Outperform 1,150.00 1,150.00 1,100.00 1,300.00 Upgrades


Posted at 28/1/2015 12:36 by mike740
Experian surprises with share buyback and new dividend ratio

Wed 28 January 2015 09:17

Credit checking group Experian has announced a $600m share buyback and made positive noises about growing its dividend, hidden among details of an investor seminar to be held on Wednesday afternoon.

The FTSE 100 group said the repurchase programme of 5% of its shares had been decided following a full capital framework review.

The review concluded that, given the group's strong cash generation, acquisitions will still be a key tenet of growth but that the strong cash profile "provides the potential to progress the ordinary dividend payout" in line with or ahead of earnings and a new target leverage range will be adopted of 2.0 times to 2.5 times net debt/EBITDA.

"There is now scope to enhance the efficiency of the capital structure, whilst sustaining strong investment grade credit ratings and sufficient flexibility for future investment," the group said in its statement.

The $600m buyback will be completed over 14 months, well ahead of the schedule.

Broker Liberum said it expected a return to additional capital returns.

"This new return guidance will be further supported by the growth initiatives expected to set out this afternoon, where we would expect focus on growth initiatives in credit services as well as plans to stabilise and improve its US consumer division."

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