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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  -17.00 -0.69% 2,437.00 431,080 13:07:59
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
2,436.00 2,437.00 2,462.00 2,429.00 2,454.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 3,733.21 734.97 59.06 41.6 22,139
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
13:08:06 O 1,695 2,436.00 GBX

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Experian Daily Update: Experian Plc is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker EXPN. The last closing price for Experian was 2,454p.
Experian Plc has a 4 week average price of 2,374p and a 12 week average price of 2,315p.
The 1 year high share price is 2,641p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1,800p.
There are currently 908,467,120 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,460,071 shares. The market capitalisation of Experian Plc is £22,139,343,714.40.
imperial3: Encouraging results giving the share price a boost.
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2ngh: If we get strong results next week then we should get that pop to 1119 and close the may gap. Still need cable to fall which will help the share price also.
shugsy: Perfect market for Experian to profit from now. Markets rallying on strong employment news out of the US and falling £ vs the $. Shorts nightmare plus the added bonus of the results coming up and with a majorly depressed share price it could be a rapid snap back.
2ngh: Plus if cable could start falling a bit that would also boost the share price.
imperial3: Could the pending US court case hold back the share price? Has this been feeding the shorters this year? Or,perhaps now, this has all been factored in.
2ngh: That's the issue and the reason for the depressed share price, these types of cases have been brought against other similar companies in the US to no avail. When uncertainty exists such as this the shares are often hit hard until the result, normally on which the shares are repriced accordingly. So a positive outcome and a 15% overnight re-rating possible.
imperial3: Have googled this 2NGH,further info available from an American newspaper.What I find particularly irritating,is that the company had not informed shareholders that this action had taken place.The first I knew of it,was from this board,and that was well after the share price had taken a beating.Obviously,I knew there was something wrong,but I did not know what.If the company is confident of the outcome,why not come out in the open and reassure shareholders?
imperial3: In spite of all the positive broker forecasts this year then, why the declining share price?
broadwood: Increase in ID fraud boosts Experian's revenues Experian, best known for running consumer credit checks for banks, has reported a strong rise in revenues, boosted by factors that were not necessarily good for others but were good for the company, such as identity fraud. Large companies are finally addressing their poor payment practices towards suppliers, according to an analysis by Experian. Don Robert, chief executive at the world's biggest credit data company, said an increase in identity fraud had been a driver of growth, as had an increase in regulation for institutions, such as banks. Don Robert, chief executive at the world's biggest credit data company, said an increase in identity fraud had been a driver of growth, as had an increase in regulation for institutions, such as banks, which have cut back on lending and become more selective on who can borrow since they were forced to increase their levels of capital. "Some things that have not been good for other people have been for us," he said. Using complicated algorithms, Experian is able to spot when an identity fraud may be occurring, if, for example, a purchase is flagged as being out-of-the-ordinary from the person's buying history. Experian specialises in sifting through would-be customers' credit histories, trying to work out if they are reliable enough to pay back their loans or not. Credit checking accounts for 47pc of the FTSE 100 company's revenues. "A rising appetite on the part of the consumers also contributed, as they want to control their personal data and to understand who has been trying to access it," he added. In its annual results released on Thursday the company reported a 7pc rise in its annual earnings before interest and tax to $1.25bn (£806.4m) for the year to March 31, in line with analyst forecasts. Experian, which holds credit information on more than 740m consumers and 70m businesses worldwide, also reported 8pc organic growth, with strong performances from North America and Latin America, where there is strong demand for its fraud and identity theft products. Mr Robert said the company was looking to replicate that organic growth again this year with a mid to high single-digit increase. The company also reported that it plans to buy back $500m shares over the next 12 months, including as much as $170m to pay for employees share plans that are due to vest. "Although only 3pc of market capitalisation, we believe [the buy back] conveys the message that management are more conscious of shareholder value and less likely to pursue M&A outside the core, on which the group's track record is mixed," said Bank of America Merrill Lynch analyst Andrew Ripper. JPMorgan Cazenove said that while the company had a "number of good structural opportunities", the main drawback was the share price, which is at an all time high. "However, we think the better organic revenue, margin and buyback should send the shares higher." Experian also announced a second interim dividend of 24 US cents a share, payable on July 19. This takes the final dividend for the year to 34.75 US cents a share, up 9pc on the previous
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