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EXPN Experian Plc

3,779.00
100.00 (2.72%)
12 Jun 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
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
  100.00 2.72% 3,779.00 3,787.00 3,789.00 3,788.00 3,679.00 3,691.00 2,755,686 16:35:27
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Business Services, Nec 7.1B 1.33B 1.3662 27.73 36.82B
Experian Plc is listed in the Business Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker EXPN. The last closing price for Experian was 3,679p. Over the last year, Experian shares have traded in a share price range of 2,366.00p to 3,796.00p.

Experian currently has 972,050,928 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Experian is £36.82 billion. Experian has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 27.73.

Experian Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
19/11/2009
23:02
Director also sold @ 545p they know f-all
ed the business
19/11/2009
22:56
One of the best shorts around. 600p? Crazy! Look at all the selling by directors.
barnetpeter
18/11/2009
09:11
What a boring Company

Thank goodness!

phillis
12/11/2009
09:40
So on the theme of currency change importance to EXPN's share price

How does it work in general please?

luderitz
23/9/2009
20:50
It does indeed. USD vs GBP quite important as regards how the company's performance is regarded.
ed the business
23/9/2009
20:48
As Sterling declines,does this impact on the earnings?
imperial3
09/9/2009
09:59
It exhausted quickly and needs sometime to breathe and relax.Then perhaps it may go further.
ranag9
07/9/2009
15:22
Resuming upward trend?
imperial3
27/8/2009
13:37
good volume today....
panachegrp
20/8/2009
08:57
£5.25 now,moving up nicely.
imperial3
13/8/2009
11:03
600p soon at this rate
gucci
13/8/2009
08:56
+15% in under a month, not bad
ed the business
13/8/2009
08:33
Progress continued
imperial3
10/8/2009
09:52
In this economic climate peoples minds become focused on credit checking.More on the radar now,banking situation etc.This is a good company and will continue to grow.Therefore will attract buyers.
imperial3
09/8/2009
18:37
600p dead cert, when? is the question
ed the business
09/8/2009
14:14
Bound to touch £6. Good co. Still buy. Do not miss this time boat again. Good luck all holders.
ranag9
07/8/2009
18:31
Well, that's £5 out of the way ... where to next?
atticus
07/8/2009
15:28
Moving up nicely.
imperial3
31/7/2009
13:54
Well - we hit 500p again.

Lat time round that marked a big sell off. Same again?

Deja vu?

Plus ca change?

C'est la vie

ed the business
14/7/2009
10:30
I wonder what those growth opps are?
ed the business
11/7/2009
08:10
Experian Group (EXPN.L) Buy, PT (p): 530 General Industrial Services
Q1 Sales
We expect group organic sales growth of 1% y/y vs 3% in fiscal Q4 09. BoE lending survey
still suggests a more cautious outlook in UK than US: UK lenders have gone from over
pessimistic last year to a little over optimistic this year. According to the latest BoE survey,
UK consumer credit availability has deteriorated more than lenders anticipated, and Q3 09
expectations have consequently become a little more muted, in contrast to the building
optimism (from a lower base) in US. On top of constrained supply, consumers' demand for
credit has continued to worsen. Together with pricing pressure from consolidating lenders,
this points to a more cautious UK than US outlook for Experian. Experian recently suggested
US pre- screen could see H2 recovery: Lenders have not been at all focused on market share
of late, and some of the more aggressive historic pre-screening activities may be curtailed
under new US regulations. Still, we've noted a more optimistic tone from Experian
management with regard to US pre-screening activities within the Credit Services division
into fiscal H2 10. This could provide a meaningful inflexion point given how significant a
drag this area has been. At a group level, however, this is likely to be offset by slowdown in
US Consumer Direct on very tough y/y comparatives.

ed the business
06/7/2009
10:03
Also USD denominated earnings may act as a good hedge against GBP weakness. May - provided GBP weakens more/ strengthens less than USD in the coming months
ed the business
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