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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Experian Plc LSE:EXPN London Ordinary Share GB00B19NLV48 ORD USD0.10
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  7.00 0.24% 2,895.00 2,883.00 2,884.00 2,893.00 2,849.00 2,886.00 984,592 16:35:24
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 4,783.0 1,100.7 97.0 28.1 26,659

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16/11/2022
15:02
Encouraging results.
imperial3
10/11/2022
16:41
USA inflation was reported todaylower at 7.7% which was better than concensus at 7.9%. As inflation drops the share price will increase.
hotfinance14
10/11/2022
15:19
Why the sudden jump in the share price? Anyone know?
imperial3
26/8/2022
10:03
The shares have been weak for quite some time now.I would have thought all the bad news has been priced in.Yet they still continue to decline.I wonder what the floor price will eventually be?
imperial3
20/8/2022
06:26
Analysts at Citi downgraded their recommendation for shares of Experian to 'neutral' due to their "cyclical" concerns around its North American business-to-business unit.

Year-on-year declines in housing transactions were expected to result in disappointing organic growth at the company's North American Data business, they explained, due to a combination of disappointment in the mortgage business and lower housing transaction volumes which would drag on demand for other credit.

It wasn't the first time that the investment bank had highlighted the deterioration in housing affordability and the risk of housing transaction volumes falling.

Indeed, in July, existing-home transaction volumes fell by 20.2% in seasonally adjusted terms to an annual rate of 4.81m - the lowest since 4.81m.

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hotfinance14
01/8/2022
19:03
Are distressed debt data companies in demand?
robertball
14/7/2022
06:43
Solid trading statement today,
hotfinance14
27/5/2022
15:46
A pretty decent rise today.
imperial3
23/5/2022
16:14
Another positive blue end to the day.A share buy back programme in place helps as well.
imperial3
21/5/2022
10:15
Looking at the bigger picture.
The inflation genie is out of the bottle and central banks have no ability to contain it. What I mean by that is central banks would have to move to a positive real interest rate scenario which would mean central bank base rates would need to be raised to roughly 9% and that simply cannot happen!
The global economy has got used to free money and has used it to bid up asset prices to true bubble territory.
The governor of the Bank of England actually said in front of MPs last week that he is unable to control inflation......what he meant was that he cannot begin to raise interest rates to "normal" levels as it would cause a catastrophic crash to the whole economy. I don't think that anyone really knows how this this is going to play out but I am only currently engaged in short terms opportunistic trades where I look to make 5-10% returns.
Experian is a sold business but has always traded on a punchy multiple and right now the market is hammering growth stocks that aren't delivering strong growth.

salpara111
20/5/2022
15:52
A positive blue end to the day.
imperial3
20/5/2022
14:57
US wider markets are in confirmed downtrend with making consistent 'Lower Highs & Lower Lows' and I suspect we are only just beginning to see the effects to the wider economy...Add to the that, a truly incompetent US administration (or better known as dead behind the eyes Biden) and US behemoths having significant EPS misses recently with low expectations for future growth, I doubt anything has bottomed just yet so keep plenty of that powder dry!
one_frankel
20/5/2022
12:21
I reckon that all the bad news is priced into the shares currently.I believe
that those who sold on the 18 May chose the worst time possible.I see these as a recovery stock.It may well take some time with ups and downs in between,but patient holders will be rewarded.Just my opinion by the way.

imperial3
19/5/2022
15:36
Inflation is the cause for lower consumer spending HotFinance14, hence why Experian are anticipating softer growth in future, there is no other issue!
one_frankel
19/5/2022
08:26
Well, I had a pretty large holding at an average of £29.
Sold it all yesterday. The stock was always pricey but I took the view that it was a very reliable profit maker.
While I feel that the FTSE 100/250 is fairly valued, the Dow and Nasdaq both appear to still be overvalued and if they continue to fall so will the FTSE!
I'm mostly in cash at present, it helps me to sleep better!

salpara111
19/5/2022
07:15
I agree Sinzu plus we have the inflation issue.
hotfinance14
18/5/2022
16:21
The problem is, organic revenue growth of 12% is forecast to reduce down to between 7-9% for the forthcoming year - that’s a big slowdown and I suspect the main reason for the shares being marked down.
sinzu
18/5/2022
15:33
During the past 6 months or so,the share price has been in steady decline.Today's results have hammered the share price.In fact,I perceive they were good,yet the market thought otherwise.What else can the company do,to turn this round?
imperial3
18/5/2022
13:13
He's had very little luck with some of his underlying holdings in Lindsell Train too!
one_frankel
18/5/2022
13:06
I wonder what Nick Train thinks about this. He has recently been adding heavily to his position in the Finsbury Growth Trust that he runs (FGT). No doubt he will be telling everyone it is as cheap as chips.
sinzu
18/5/2022
11:14
Experian have provided a soft outlook for revenue growth as demand for lending data is likely to fall as rising inflation hits consumer spending...
one_frankel
18/5/2022
08:46
Still good feeling for this share .GDR primed for possible multi bag . New test . 300 nurses to be trained .
ram376s
31/3/2022
07:15
Citi downgraded its stance on Experian on Wednesday to 'neutral' from 'buy', arguing that cyclical headwinds are likely to make it difficult for the North American data business to deliver consensus FY23E organic growth of 8.2%.

"In an environment in which US housing transactions reduce year-over-year, we think 4% is more reasonable," it said.

"With our group adjusted profit before tax of $1.70bn circa 2% below Visible Alpha consensus at $1.74bn, we do not believe that consensus earnings estimates can continue to rise, driving the downgrade."

Citi said it continues to view the credit-checking company's cash-generative nature and strong track record of organic growth as attractive, and see upside to FY23E consensus in the Latin American business.

hotfinance14
23/2/2022
11:22
Added at 2884. I guess it is a bit of a punt on the Court Case being thrown out, but hopefully those sort of ambulance chasers like harcus parker will waste their money.
wad collector
14/2/2022
13:29
Https://harcusparker.co.uk/campaigns/experian-litigation/
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