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
  -20.80p -1.24% 1,663.40p 1,663.40p 1,663.80p 1,684.00p 1,662.20p 1,677.00p 2,056,520 12:24:27
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 82,579

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13/3/2019
15:50
And what about NI? Its a total fallacy that exports will boom - whats happened since the £ fell sharply on the referendum? Our balance of trade has got worse. No such thing as a quick exit (or clean break etc). Leaving without a deal will take much longer to unravel than a planned withdrawal. Not only would we be WTO with the EU but also with the 60 or so other countries that we have related deals with.
dr biotech
13/3/2019
15:47
The EU will get their 40bn from us. Can't see them rolling over on this. I don't want them to roll over. In order to get what I want, we need a very hard disorderly Brexit. That would be a beautiful thing. Anyone with skill set will be fine. The unskilled and financial guys will suffer as indeed will services. Bring it on. Loads of opportunities for investors ....especially dollar earners
zicopele
13/3/2019
14:51
No deal, quick exit. We'll have a vast amount of additional money back that would have been sent to the EU.
tradermichael
13/3/2019
14:50
I know ..but I don't care about most of these. And I have dual nationality. No queuing in airports or entry visas for me with the plebs. I have effectively been upgraded to VIP. With a little luck property will fall another 30% in London What a once off bonus for any young housebuyer? A hard Brexit would be the gift which keeps giving. No wonder so many voted leave
zicopele
13/3/2019
14:46
>> Who cares? That money is being used for welfare.>> It's also being used for healthcare, education, police, fixing the roads ... all of which are struggling.
zho
13/3/2019
14:34
The service sector and financial services will be corroded. This is great news. Banks and high earners will relocate to Europe and house prices in London will fall quite heavily. Great news this as my children want to buy in next five years. Bad news I suppose might be the loss of tax revenue from the City. Who cares? That money is being used for welfare.
zicopele
13/3/2019
13:49
"zicopele 13 Mar '19 - 13:30 - 19388 of 19388 0 1 1 I want a no deal Brexit. STG will fall heavily and export/dollar earning companies will rise." 10-15% right, or more?? Dollar earning companies, eg fts100 will rise. So yes, pay to be positioned. "Ok...the economy will falter and we will have a very deep protracted recession and fall in investment but house prices will fall which is good for our children" If sterling falls 15-20% why will economy falter or enter recession??? Exports will boom, as will inward investment/asset purchases as prices for such will be significantly lower. If tariffs are cut, as has been indicated, and imports continue apace no reason t expect recession, or much change. "What is not to like?" UK has been through far worse. Short term hiccups but long term much to be positive about. EU will collapse soon under the weight of its many contradictions anyway. Better to be out and not on the hook for the bailout costs imo
wbecki
13/3/2019
13:30
I want a no deal Brexit. STG will fall heavily and export/dollar earning companies will rise. Ok...the economy will falter and we will have a very deep protracted recession and fall in investment but house prices will fall which is good for our children. What is not to like?
zicopele
13/3/2019
12:34
Barnier spot on with the above quote. If we cant agree after 2.5 years what the point extending for another 1-2 months, 12 months, or longer. Still be the same problem WE voted LEAVE. We expect LEAVE to be delivered. If it isnt demcoracy will breakdown,and rightly so.
wbecki
13/3/2019
11:00
I dont recall voting for LEAVE with a deal.. The vote isnt binding either way so semantics not a concern in the big scheme of things MPs that take "No deal" off the table are, however, signalling to the end, they dont want to respect the vote of the British people.. And that wont stand them in good stead I'd wager.
wbecki
13/3/2019
09:07
I think the wording on tonight's ballot slip is confusing, and will lead to a false result in rejecting a No Deal. They will vote on a motion stating: Current: "this House declines to approve leaving the European Union without a Withdrawal Agreement and a framework on the future relationship on March 29". Clearer wording: "this House approves of leaving the European Union without a Withdrawal Agreement and a framework on the future relationship on March 29".
tradermichael
13/3/2019
00:16
Indeed , majority of voters wanted 'leave' ... majority of MP's want 'remain' Glaxo boss Emma Walmsley is FTSE's best paid woman boss after taking home £5.9m last year https://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/markets/article-6800765/Glaxo-boss-Emma-Walmsley-FTSEs-best-paid-woman-boss-taking-home-5-9m-year.html
philanderer
12/3/2019
11:46
@tradermichael "I do not believe that any other country in the world would allow itself to be dominated and humiliated in this way." It is because we are led by quislings who voted Remain, want us to Remain in EU, and will do everything to subvert demcoracy to achieve such. So i am not surprised at their antics over the last 34 months since they lost. Karma is coming. Events draw swiftly to a close. If we dont LEAVE, we get Paris style civil disorder and worse I expect. Sad that people are willing to jeopardise democracy just to get their way.
wbecki
12/3/2019
11:46
no just you to f##k off out of our country
billionairepaddy
12/3/2019
11:37
I do not believe that any other country in the world would allow itself to be dominated and humiliated in this way. Many would just withdraw and ignore the 'legal' consequences. Its bizarre that the farce of the 'Good Friday' agreement continues to spook proceedings, especially when a group calling itself the IRA have just owned up to the letter 'bombs' that recently appeared in the UK. Does the IRA want to see the reintroduction of a border, then?
tradermichael
12/3/2019
11:11
Swing time!
tradermichael
12/3/2019
10:33
Yep, stronger £ , brexit boll*x .
philanderer
12/3/2019
08:34
Why? Exchange rate?
watfordhornet
12/3/2019
08:32
A grim opening ……. ;0(
tradermichael
11/3/2019
19:46
I have heard several very influential folk, with lots of inside knowledge, speaking strongly against the points that Abdulla makes. They also do not believe that the E.U. is a stable organisation and that 2019/20 will demonstrate the issues whether we are in it or out!
jadeticl3
11/3/2019
13:50
just after I have sold all my portfolio !Lol
abdullla
11/3/2019
13:33
Abdullah, when are you expecting World War III to break out?
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