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
  -3.40p -0.21% 1,646.40p 1,643.40p 1,644.00p 1,662.40p 1,639.00p 1,654.00p 7,731,290 16:35:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology 30,821.0 4,048.0 73.7 22.3 81,735

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19/3/2019
19:40
GlaxoSmithKline PLC on Tuesday said data from the early-stage Garnet clinical study had promising results for the use of Dostarlimab in patients...
abdullla
19/3/2019
13:05
Was a member of the ERG on R5 just now. Said he would have voted for the WA at the third time - presenter asked why as the deal hasn't changed - replied that opinion on the ground has changed. Can't say that I have seen or heard anyone that said this deal is suddenly worthwhile. More flipfloppery than Corbyn.
dr biotech
19/3/2019
09:45
Bercow has perfectly legitimately stopped Teresa May attempting to bludgeon parliament into accepting a deal it clearly doesn’t like. Brexit will happen whatever a publicity seeking press might say.An extension could strengthen the Brexiteers hand.They’ll have a contingent of Eurosceptics in the EU parliament joined by an increased bunch of eurosceptics from other countries post the EU elections. Parliament will take control of the exit process.There should be a much enhanced cross party debate (as there should have been in the first place)before Teresa May decided she had some divine right to interpret the whole Brexit purpose. Brexit will happen,so I’d recommend the Brexit discontents put down their pitchforks and get back to their allotments.
steeplejack
18/3/2019
18:57
Not much wisdom around at the moment....... laughingstock of the world.
oriana2
18/3/2019
17:34
the young ones who voted remain in 1975, grew up got wiser and voted leave in 2016
dr p1gs blood
18/3/2019
09:28
You mean the young people who will carry the full weight of this Brexit folly throughout their lives without having ever been able to vote on it?
oriana2
15/3/2019
19:31
Meanwhile GSK is going nowhere.
zicopele
15/3/2019
18:48
Do we really want a free trade deal with China? The problem is that we already have a free trade deal with the EU and through them 60 or so other countries. These will all go to WTO except a couple of fairly small ones. The EU has bigger bargaining power than us and has deals that legally can't be bettered. So at best we are going to where we are now at some point in the future after first going on worse terms. The are three main countries that we could make significant deals with. China - the worlds largest low cost manufacturer who would probably dump a lot of stuff on us. Trumps America first - chlorinated chicken (which incidentally isn't just about the final wash, its a more about the entire process including animal welfare). One of the things that the US would also want would be a clause that we don't make deals with some other nations. Then there is India - sticking point there is that they want visas to work over here. Thats not going to go down well with the largely anti-immigration brexiteers. And what are we going to sell India/China? Its going to make our trade deficit worse.
dr biotech
15/3/2019
16:53
A facetious remark about chlorinated chicken.I really couldn’t give a stuff about chlorinated chicken.You’re right,I just won’t buy it.The point is that you shouldn’t expect that deals with the likes of the USA or China to be easy.They’ll both drive hard bargains and China will almost certainly have a political agenda.Complain about human rights etc and economic trade deals could be compromised.As far as the USA is concerned,they’ll expect you to accept hormone treated meat....(and yes chlorinated chicken)which will in turn compromise our arrangements with the EU because standards would have been compromised in their eyes.Numerous articles have been written about the lack of wiggle room provided by the necessary acceptance of trading standards.Time will tell. https://www.lenntech.com/processes/disinfection/regulation-eu/eu-water-disinfection-regulation.htm
steeplejack
15/3/2019
16:36
"lippy4 15 Mar '19 - 16:32 - 19436 of 19436 0 1 0 steeplejack my last word about the eu,you drink chlorinated water don't you so whats the difference." Steeple doesnt drink tap water, it is beneath him. He ships his water in from the Highlands no doubt.
wbecki
15/3/2019
16:32
steeplejack my last word about the eu,you drink chlorinated water don't you so whats the difference. spud gsk is not doing much today any way,by the way I have held gsk for 7 years for income.
lippy4
15/3/2019
16:27
"However,i would say that leaving the largest trade group on the planet is unlikely to afford economic benefits and anyone who thinks it will,better develop a taste for chlorinated chicken" Versus the chlorine washed salad we get from EU The Hepatitis E we get in meat from Holland and Germany Or the chlorine washed tap water many drink every day in UK!!! You're peddling fearmongering tripe. And you must know it. In addition who is forced to purchase chlorine washed chicken, or chlorine washed salad, or Hepatitis E EU meat (unless it isnt labelled as such!!) "I guess the USA and China and the like will be more than benign with their trade deals.....so we hope." Eu doesnt have a FTA with USA China et al. UK is 5th or 6th larget global economy. Why do you think Britain isnt good enough or big enough exactly???
wbecki
15/3/2019
16:16
Can someone change the header to BREXIT & all possible permutations please....Strewth people, there's a thread for BREXIT - Please please use it!spud
spud
15/3/2019
16:09
It’s contentious to say we prospered under the EU.Afterall,soon after we joined we had oodles of North Sea oil revenues that makes comparisons somewhat difficult .So,I’m not saying ,unequivocally,that EU membership has benefitted this country.However,i would say that leaving the largest trade group on the planet is unlikely to afford economic benefits and anyone who thinks it will,better develop a taste for chlorinated chicken.I guess the USA and China and the like will be more than benign with their trade deals.....so we hope.
steeplejack
15/3/2019
15:49
steeplejack how can you say that economically we have prospered in the eu,we have an enormous deficit with them plus the costs of belonging go far beyond. we are as a country going to be swallowed up and disected in time to suit the grand plan which the eu mysters have in mind. the Lisbon treaty says we hand over total power to the eu and in time of course the pound will be dropped for the euro which we as a country told them it would be a disaster which has been proven.but not for Germany as it sold all its goods at a advantageous currency rate and now you have a huge mess of mammoth proportions. I personally do not want the eu to have this power that is why I believed in leaving.
lippy4
15/3/2019
15:47
Who said this about LEAVERS? "There again, the majority are old and will be dead soon.Who knows,the young might reapply for EU membership sometime in the future." Stepplejack <----------------------- And you have the call to call me a nasty person. At least I dont wish the elderly were dead!!!!!
wbecki
15/3/2019
15:25
The Labour Party has to shoulder a heavy share of responsibility for Brexit, on account of its half-hearted support for the "Remain" campaign, and more generally because it has been unable to form a strong and credible opposition to the Conservatives since losing power in 2010. Had the party chosen the far more experienced and respected David Miliband as leader in 2010, rather than Ed Miliband, "Red Ed", it is quite possible that Labour would have returned to power after five years of Cameron Tory government, and the referendum would not have been called. Choosing the rather limp Jeremy Corbyn as leader further decredibilised the party. While it should have been fighting tooth and nail from the very start of the referendum campaign to get Labour supporters to vote "remain", Labour's effort was, until mid June, pretty half-hearted. Corbyn could only give the "remain" camp a ranking of 7/10 when asked how keen he was to remain in the EU; and not until two weeks before the election did the rest of the party suddenly realise that the result of a "leave" vote would not just be a disastrous British exit from the EU, but would also give the UK the most right-wing and labour-unfriendly government it has had for over a century. Labour's effort was too little too late.
tradermichael
15/3/2019
15:03
I agree with you grahamite.I think the whole electorate was buffeted by subjective claptrap and both sides,with all their misconceptions and prejudices,devised opinions which are ultimately democratically valid.As Dr Biotech posted earlier,I would fall into that camp who are pro the EU economically but anti the EU politically.I suspect the majority in this country simply want the old European Economic Community back,the trade body they voted for all those years ago. What worries me is that the whole EU debate has become pernicious,stirring up xenophobia as regards immigration and even strong antiestablishment sentiment which extends to the likes of London itself.Whether Cameron was right to call a referendum to spike the guns of UKIP and heal the divisions of his own party will long be debated.Yet,there's little doubt that the divisions of the Tory party have now infected the whole nation.Unforgivable.
steeplejack
15/3/2019
13:45
Yes in the land of blind everyone is equal,it is the one eyed newcomer who destroys the peace.
abdullla
15/3/2019
13:39
Another thing: those who voted leave had every bit as much, or every bit as little, understanding as those who voted remain. Naturally, if you think I am wrong, I'd be happy to hear your evidence for such an assertion.
grahamite2
15/3/2019
13:35
steeplejack 15 Mar '19 - 11:08 - 19408 of 19423 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. Do you think people who vote in general elections have a full understanding of what's involved? Neither do I. But for good or ill that's democracy.
grahamite2
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