Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Glaxosmithkline Plc LSE:GSK London Ordinary Share GB0009252882 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +1.80p +0.11% 1,666.40p 1,662.60p 1,663.00p 1,680.60p 1,660.80p 1,669.40p 8,001,319 16:35:07
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology 30,821.0 4,048.0 73.7 22.6 82,728

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22/2/2019
07:54
Good morning! GSK maker said that within three years of closing the deal with Pfizer, which is expected in the second half of 2019, it will demerge and float the consumer health business, splitting GSK into two distinct businesses: one focused on consumer, the other on pharmaceuticals and vaccines. Does anyone project how soon after the 'second half of 2019' (up to 3 years) the split will occur (and what the sum of the parts would be for an existing GSK share holder)?
tradermichael
21/2/2019
14:57
Yes...weak STG has underpinned dividend for last two years. An agreement and resulting strengthening of STG will squeeze profits considerably
zicopele
21/2/2019
12:52
Interesting snippet US healthcare spending side.... "U.S. healthcare spending to rise 5.5% per annum over next decade" According to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), U.S. healthcare spending is expected to rise 5.5% each year over the next decade, reaching ~$6T by 2027 (19.4% of GDP). Prescription drug spending is forecasted to rise 5.6% per year between 2018 and 2027 as is hospital spending." hTTps://seekingalpha.com/news/3435547-u-s-healthcare-spending-rise-5_5-percent-per-annum-next-decade#email_link
wbecki
21/2/2019
12:37
GBP strenghtening, the upside against for GBP underestimated imv, and may be significantly so.
essentialinvestor
21/2/2019
12:32
It was looking pretty resilient for the first couple of hours, but now I rather think I owe montyhedge a debt of gratitude.
grahamite2
21/2/2019
12:27
No comprende - you add the div to the price and it's moved bu%%er all.
toffeeman
21/2/2019
10:58
I did sell yesterday even though it meant a 35p hit. A lot better than it might have been these last few years.
grahamite2
21/2/2019
10:01
Lo...Zico..so predictable
badtime
21/2/2019
09:39
That's why I'm the no.1 trader. Lol
montyhedge
20/2/2019
19:40
Monty....you are the most unsubtle shill on ADVFN. keep it up.
zicopele
20/2/2019
19:03
Good data, thanks!
tradermichael
20/2/2019
17:59
And historically, assertion is false, last year. And dividend impact is quarterly, so smoothed. 22 Feb '18 : closed even 10 May '18 : closed up approx. 7p 09 Aug '18 : closed down approx 2p 15 Nov '18 : closed up approx 10p From 22 Feb '18 to 20 Aug '18 trend was up.
sogoesit
20/2/2019
17:20
The last twenty years that might of been the case but it was not always thus.Things don't stay the same forevermore.It'll be interesting to see if there's a bit of investor appetite from other quarters other than income seekers.
steeplejack
20/2/2019
16:44
Followed GSK for 25 years can write the script now, everyone piles in for the 23p dividend, ex tomorrow, share fall 25p, then some bit of negative news, income boys already holding, traders come in bang, below 1500p.
montyhedge
20/2/2019
16:42
Let's hope so - looking very attractive even at these prices so all for it looking even better
watfordhornet
20/2/2019
16:03
xd tomorrow, next week below 1500p.
montyhedge
20/2/2019
15:22
US currently trading around £15-91 equivalent.
steeplejack
20/2/2019
14:04
xd tomorrow morning for the 23p dividend 😊
philanderer
20/2/2019
13:02
Well, I believe that the 'market' has taken the dividend out of the price already, so I'm buying in NOW for the dividend come what may ….. ;0)
tradermichael
20/2/2019
11:02
CGT on GSK? Now that would be quite an event. Sub £15 coming any time soon.
zicopele
20/2/2019
09:48
Its a job to get capital gains on GSK at the moment! The fall so far resembles an ex div day!
tradermichael
20/2/2019
09:46
grahamite - you were reading my mind! Sorry off topic - at the moment a GB national in France or Switzerland can opt for GB laws on inheritance - rather than defined rules to spouse etc. Who knows post Brexit whether that will fall away. Very relevant if you are not married.
alphorn
20/2/2019
09:40
Possibly relevant to you Alphorn - transfers between spouses are not necessarily IHT exempt if one of the spouses is not UK domiciled.
grahamite2
20/2/2019
09:27
Ayl - I do understand that. I was interested in the wider tax implications that's all.
alphorn
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