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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Gsk Plc LSE:GSK London Ordinary Share GB00BN7SWP63 ORD 31 1/4P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  8.60 0.61% 1,424.00 1,423.80 1,424.20 1,427.60 1,401.20 1,418.40 6,418,592 16:29:48
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology 34,114.0 5,442.0 87.6 16.3 57,919

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26/8/2022
08:45
Going down fast from 35p up to 14p .
abdullla
26/8/2022
08:44
@Anhar. I just hope to buy robust companies and hope they’re still standing at the end, even if the share price is down. If they are, there should then be a time to make money with less competition.
sumday
26/8/2022
08:43
anhar: I think you're wrong. Shares fall GOING INTO a recession but shares RISE inside the recession as they are already thinking of the recovery.
Shares react FASTER than events.

Thus in COVID-19 shares fell steeply GOING IN then recovered in the depths of covid.
We're in the GOING IN phase here. But end of SEPT/OCT we'll be in recession, and I suspect we will see some hefty rises as pundits will be talking about the recovery - and gawd knows what will happen once Ukraine and Russia call it quits.

netcurtains
26/8/2022
08:41
Anhar,
Nope, not yet, but we must be very close now...
Power outages, cold winter surely is when it boots off

geckotheglorious
26/8/2022
08:37
If a proper recession hits, meaning unemployment, businesses going bust etc. there is no doubt in my mind that shares will fall and fall seriously. How do I know? Seen it all before, more than once.

And no, this time it's not different, it never is.

However for the moment we are not into the full monty - yet.

anhar
26/8/2022
08:34
anhar - true in REAL terms, but with 18% inflation and a falling pound, UK shares will probably rise but not by 18%.
But one thing is certain, if you hold cash, you will lose 18%.

netcurtains
26/8/2022
08:32
I think booze is good in a recession - I've held Diageo for many years and through a number of recessions. I guess you could say that it is a drug company in a way. :~)

Fact is though that in a recession just about all shares will fall but some more than others.

My strat is to hold a widely diversified income portfolio and just do almost nothing forever.

anhar
26/8/2022
06:38
In a recession drug companies are king.
Oh and candle companies.

Are there any quoted candle companies?

People are not poor, middle class wages are pretty high. The problem is 18% inflation.
Holding cash means you get 18% poorer.

You need to do something with the money - either buy goods that go up in value or shares that
go up invalue.
There is no real alternative.

netcurtains
26/8/2022
06:10
In a recession cash is king - I'm only 30% invested right now and if this falls much further am going to top up significantly - it's been a consistent dividend payer for many years and will continue to do soThe world population is getting bigger and more pharmaceuticals will be needed for years to come - that's just basic sense
wall street trader
26/8/2022
05:50
Nov should be fun for Haleon as the lock out clauses end and both Pfizer and GSK race for the doors to sell their stakes and raise cash to pay the USA litigation fines!
paul planet_earth
26/8/2022
05:40
"Win"...your having a f@@king laugh..the first plaintiff out of the first of many law suites, in this case 1 of 2,000 accepted $500k pay off but retains the right to seek legal address within a year..Bear in mind he just had his oesophagus removed and couldn't attend a court hearing for at least 6 months and that given the choice here's some cash for your loved ones if you pass away or you can wait a few months longer for an uncertain court case verdict, your choice!!!
paul planet_earth
26/8/2022
05:37
Brilliant move turn down a £50 billion offer then IPO the consumer business for less than half that..then get hammered by multi billion dollar law suites in the USA due to Zantac an 'OTC' product sold historically by the consumer business and which since 2019 was under formal FDA investigation for causing multiple cancers due to its very high NDMA content..What a phenomenal way to destroy shareholder value, singly handedly she's done a fantastic job!
paul planet_earth
25/8/2022
20:55
Next court case is Feb 2023 I believe
alibizzle
25/8/2022
17:21
When is the date for the next court case for the Zantac drug litigation?
I guess "if" we win that won too, the share price should recover loads.
One win might be an outlier, two would be a trend.

netcurtains
25/8/2022
16:57
Just about all big company CEOs are stupendously overpaid. Their argument is always that companies have to pay this sort of money - several million a year - to get the right calibre of person. Utter rubbish of course.

I'm certain they'd find people who would do a good job, probably better in many cases, at a tenth of current pay. That would still be a handsome several hundred grand. But it's become a self-perpetuating story where no large company is willing to slash CEO pay by 90% and save millions in the process because they believe, or claim to believe, the myth that they have to pay such salaries for the right people.

None of them have the guts to break the cycle. Emperor's new clothes?

Not that we PIs can do much about it.

anhar
25/8/2022
15:27
Yeah, directors' pay should be based on performance. I think they are proposing the share price performance to be judged by is to be between 13:00 and 13:05 today.
pierre oreilly
25/8/2022
15:15
Mass underpermance may it end soon AZ striding on.
pol123
25/8/2022
15:12
Poor performance may lead to a low ball offer. Not welcome, expect many investors, booth IIs and PIs are under water. Chair and CEO close to the chop???
pol123
25/8/2022
15:09
A ceo should be measured and paid on performance. Make your mind up over paid under performed?'hmmmm
pol123
25/8/2022
12:46
can i have one of these jobs as i would only stay a year and i could not do more damage than has already been done...
lippy4
25/8/2022
12:24
Its about 'added value', isn't it?

Boris Johnson's earnings are made up of £79,936 for his role as Prime Minister, and an additional £84,144 for being an MP. Manchester United footballer and political campaigner, Marcus Rashford is paid £10.4 million.

Emma, Boris, Marcus ..... who adds most value?

tradermichael
25/8/2022
12:02
No wonder rail workers and uncle tom cobley are striking for 6% when they see cataclysmic bosses getting 17% (to 10mill) for mass company destruction. Can't we pay her 9 mill to stay at home?
pierre oreilly
25/8/2022
11:41
Emma Walmsley received a 17% pay rise, making £8.2 million pounds ($10.88 million) last year.

Worth it??

tradermichael
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