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
  +0.00p +0.00% 1,675.00p 1,672.40p 1,672.80p 1,699.20p 1,641.20p 1,696.20p 10,796,784 16:35:09
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology 30,821.0 4,048.0 73.7 22.7 83,155

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15/3/2019
12:11
umm.....point taken thamestrader.......as they say,the biggest room in the world is the room for improvement. Incidentally,rule of thumb suggests that if sterling goes better that the overseas earners will falter.I'm not totally convinced.A counter balance could be that overseas funds would be prepared to buy sterling assets if the Brexit mess is concluded.Overseas funds are reluctant to buy into assets if the local currency is weak.Of course,they can buy ADRs but a stable,solid local currency always helps the cause.
steeplejack
15/3/2019
12:07
Steeplejack, your own punctuation could be improved by the addition of a space after your full stops and commas. Whilst I agree with your posts, they are difficult to read.
thamestrader
15/3/2019
11:51
Oh dear....go and have a little cry Becki. Quite right Dr Biotech,many are in your camp.Trouble is,the EEC morphed into the politically conceived EU,back in the early 90s.The battle was conceded with the Treaty of Lisbon. Brexiteers do seem such an unhappy bunch.Scribbling their diatribes at such speed that spelling and punctuation are all but forgotten.They're very angry.Thereagain, the majority are old and will be dead soon.Who knows,the young might reapply for EU membership sometime in the future.
steeplejack
15/3/2019
11:49
Brexiteers arguments We want free trade. The EUs free trade deal with japan shafted us We want WTO (tarriffs) WTO won’t hurt us We have to keep WTO on the table as it’s a way to hurt trade (Many individuals have said) We will never buy from the EU again Leaving the EU won’t hurt us Devaluing the pound will help us (except it’s already been devalued, and hasn’t) Politically I was a leaver, economically I am a remainer. There are plenty like me.
dr biotech
15/3/2019
11:30
"lippy4 15 Mar '19 - 11:25 - 19410 of 19411 0 0 0 the withdrawal agreement leaves us still in the arms of the ecj and if you read the agreement we can only leave if and when the eu lets us." Steeple clearly hasnt read it. That or he is too stupid to understand what it said. My money is on the former.
wbecki
15/3/2019
11:29
"steeplejack 15 Mar '19 - 11:08 - 19408 of 19408 0 1 0 The referendum said we should leave the customs union and single market,take back control of our borders and laws.Mays deal provides that." Eh no it doesnt. Go read the Withdrawal Agreement. It puts us in Customs Union! How stupid are you? The subsequent Political Declaration builds on the base of WA - ie Our future trade relationship will be ona Customs Union basis. So May's deal doesnt provide taking back control of laws,borders,trade as we are still in Customs Union and ECJ dictates much of our laws. "Yet the bumptious,arrogant self seeking,quietly slug like ambitious toads like Boris quietly sliver towards the premiership.The ERG are only interested in themselves and what they conceive to be Brexit" Acutally they're interested in upholding democracy and rule of law for they realise what will happen if Democracy is overturned thus negating the point of voting ever again, leading to a rise in extremism, and end to the social contract(as we see in London now) and serious disorder. "If you think that people in this country who voted leave had a full understanding of exactly what leaving the EU would involve then you’re being disingenuous." Let me guess you do however think that Remainers had such a full unserstanding??? "They had a simplistic view involving assurances of “you can have your cake and eat it”and money for the NHS.No one had a full understanding after 45 years of membership exactly what would be involved.Did you hear anyone talking about the complications of the Irish border.No,you didn’t.The whole process has been a farce.Fools leading fools.Cant and narcissism of posturing by a House of Commons incapable of operating in the country’s interest" Whereas Remoaners had what? An insight? A compelx view? Only people not operating in the country's interests are thiose unwilling to accept a democratic vote result. You bad losers therefore send this country over the abyss into dark times. If you think there wont be serious repercussions then you're either naive, or simply bloody stupid.
wbecki
15/3/2019
11:25
the withdrawal agreement leaves us still in the arms of the ecj and if you read the agreement we can only leave if and when the eu lets us. so that's a wonderful deal? I suggest you read it. if we had m,ade plans to leave 3 years ago we would be in a much different position,plus have you read the Lisbon treaty which if we stay in, comes into force soon where we hand over the total control of our country to Brussels and the majority vote in the eu parliament,including the part they don't control at the moment.
lippy4
15/3/2019
11:08
The referendum said we should leave the customs union and single market,take back control of our borders and laws.Mays deal provides that.Yet the bumptious,arrogant self seeking,quietly slug like ambitious toads like Boris quietly sliver towards the premiership.The ERG are only interested in themselves and what they conceive to be Brexit.If you think that people in this country who voted leave had a full understanding of exactly what leaving the EU would involve then you're being disingenuous.They had a simplistic view involving assurances of "you can have your cake and eat it"and money for the NHS.No one had a full understanding after 45 years of membership exactly what would be involved.Did you hear anyone talking about the complications of the Irish border.No,you didn't.The whole process has been a farce.Fools leading fools.Cant and narcissism of posturing by a House of Commons incapable of operating in the country's interest.
steeplejack
15/3/2019
11:07
IN @ 1517.40 …….. ;0)
tradermichael
15/3/2019
10:54
The ERG think we should honour the referendum result, something both parties made manifesto pledges to do. How bumptious and self inflated can you get!
grahamite2
15/3/2019
10:49
My hunch is that the ERG (that collection of self inflated bumptious proclaimed elite) will vote for May's plan on the third or perhaps fourth time of asking.Despite having castigated the deal,they won't wish to lose the initiative to deliver Brexit.That's fair enough.leave means leave even though I didn't vote for it.The idea that we should leave without a deal,wouldn't be a consequence of EU intransigence so much as a consequence of UK incompetence since the early days when the likes of Liam Fox crowed how the EU discussions would be easiest in history.This naive attitude exacerbated by May refusing to consult and create a meaningful platform for cross party talks has led us to an impasse that makes us look adolescent in world eyes.
steeplejack
15/3/2019
08:31
GlaxoSmithKline just won a design Patent for a High End Fitness Band-Like Medical Device. With Companies like Apple slowly turning Apple Watch into a medical device, GSK has decided that they should dabble in the devices market as well. GSK announced a partnership with NEUROMetrix last January to make a patient device that would involve Quell pain relief technology. Quell is drug-free and has been cleared by the FDA for treatment of chronic pain without a prescription. Whether this latest device design is a next-gen Quell related consumer / patient device or for yet another medical condition is unknown at this time.
tradermichael
14/3/2019
13:46
Higher on the NAS because of FX.
essentialinvestor
14/3/2019
13:44
fwiw 14th march Jefferies buy tp 1750p reiterates
philanderer
14/3/2019
08:29
Vodafone rise daily,maybe time to reverse your earlier moves and get in there quick.
abdullla
13/3/2019
22:14
up on the nasdaq.
solomon
13/3/2019
20:43
Big falls tomorrow in dollar earners. That vote is not good for us. We do not want prosperity in Britain. We want weak currency and poor economic outlook. This is not good. There could even be an A50 revoke. Bad bad news for GSK
zicopele
13/3/2019
20:39
Guess back down to this years lows v soon in currency movement. Bore
nimbo1
13/3/2019
17:53
EU economic problems are about to get much worse so I hope we escape despite various MPs trying to stop us. And to think they were all elected on manifestos which stated we would leave. Glad I’m invested in a good overseas earner.
chessman2
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
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