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
  +15.20p +0.91% 1,691.20p 1,694.80p 1,695.80p 1,702.20p 1,687.80p 1,692.60p 6,038,757 16:35:16
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology 30,821.0 4,048.0 73.7 22.9 83,959

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
02/7/2019
16:24
Very tempting to sell given the pattern. One day it will keep going though.Have traded it once as per the pattern and worked out great. Bit nervous doing again
watfordhornet
02/7/2019
16:21
oh dear porsche its going higher...
lippy4
02/7/2019
16:10
Who's nose
abdullla
02/7/2019
11:12
Nose bleed time...then weee back to sub 15.20 for next nice juicy trading profit, dont you just love range bound shares. Even the brexit knuckle draggers on here will be able to grasp that....
porsche1945
30/6/2019
11:30
thankyou tradermichael for that explanation which was my understanding....
lippy4
30/6/2019
10:41
But GSK is not 'breaking up' in the way impatient Woodford was proposing (which was actually over 2 years ago and the market and GSK have moved on since then). He was proposing a full breakup. The current proposal merges GSK Healthcare with Pfizer Healtcare and demerges from GSK Pharmaceuticals and GSK Vaccines (still GSK combined 'divisions'). GlaxoSmithKline reached agreement with Pfizer Inc to combine their consumer health businesses into a new world-leading Joint Venture, with combined sales of approximately £9.8 billion ($12.7 billion). GSK will have a majority controlling equity interest of 68% and Pfizer will have an equity interest of 32% in the Joint Venture. The proposed transaction is transformational to the scale of GSK’s Consumer Healthcare business. Within 3 years of the closing of the transaction, GSK intends to separate the Joint Venture via a demerger of its equity interest and a listing of GSK Consumer Healthcare on the UK equity market. The new consumer healthcare company with its more durable cash flows will be able to support higher leverage levels than the GSK Group today, creating the opportunity on separation to reduce the leverage in the new Pharmaceuticals/Vaccines company.
tradermichael
29/6/2019
10:44
I have this "ADD Alert" unticked. Any idea why I am still receiving alerts anyone? Am on holiday so annoying to get Advfn spam!
gordogecks
29/6/2019
10:36
we will wait and see???
lippy4
29/6/2019
10:02
But the company is breaking up so it proved he was right didn’t it? Huh;0)
warranty
28/6/2019
12:14
but that statement was not good for the company,only woodford's pocket..
lippy4
28/6/2019
11:03
Neil Woodford’s listed business has said it plans to cut its debts and shake up its board after talks with shareholders, following the suspension of Mr Woodford’s major fund. Woodford Patient Capital Trust has seen its share value slide over the past month since the star fund manager froze investors out of accessing cash they had placed into the Woodford Equity Income Fund. The investment trust said it is mulling a share buyback to prop up its net asset value – the value of its assets once liabilities are removed. Neil Woodford is the 'expert' who once called for the breakup of GSK ………;. Huh ;0(
tradermichael
28/6/2019
08:14
Sadly, I'm old enough to remember the price of oil quadrupling within a few weeks of the OPEC embargo, and the stagflation that followed.
zho
28/6/2019
08:02
I was, try balancing mortgage costs of 16%+ and topped off with a mortgage famine too!
ianood
27/6/2019
20:24
To be fair Lippy I dont think Zho was around in the 1970's :)
crossing_the_rubicon
27/6/2019
20:21
thankyou crossing the rubicon as people seem to have weird view of why we are in the situation we are in today and i expect zho cannot rememember the state that the previous labour government left us in with thatcher having to take the actions she did. i remember the inflation we had and how difficult it was to run a business which zho was still in his nappies. rollon the next labour government...
lippy4
27/6/2019
19:53
"You do realise that the coalition government borrowed more in 5 years than all Labour governments put together?" Something to do with leaving the incoming coalition govt a financial crisis to deal with and annual budget deficits of £140-150billion!!!!!! Nice try. Nat Debt 2008 c £750bn odd. Nat Debt 1997 c £255bn odd Nat debt 2019 £2 trillion odd. This is austerity apparently!!! Loons in charge of the asylum
crossing_the_rubicon
27/6/2019
17:19
Did I read that correctly - 2.3 million share buy towards close? I must be missing something.... .
billybankrupt
27/6/2019
16:25
>>yet when they left they said all the money has gone.>> You do realise that the coalition government borrowed more in 5 years than all Labour governments put together?
zho
27/6/2019
16:22
Railing against greed on a stock market site is more than a little eccentric.
grahamite2
27/6/2019
15:59
porsche if you are a multi millionaire why bother,you must be just plain greedy like most of the multi millionaires we read of in the press. i write in this style for a reason not through lack of education or should i say in your case educashun as you thought the labour party did a cracking job,yet when they left they said all the money has gone. totally wasted,mind you a few of the top labour mp.s left as millionaires,you were probably on of them..
lippy4
27/6/2019
14:38
Lippy, you poor simple soul, will you be going to the adult learning and spelling centre again this week?? I do very nicely " playing " the stock market thank you, both UK and US....in fact cashed out a very nice position/profit in Nvidia last night. You muppet.
porsche1945
27/6/2019
10:57
lippy - as a previous CEO of Glaxo said - 'you win some and then you win some more'. You don't have to be poor to play the stock market.
alphorn
27/6/2019
10:01
@Abdulla, No cure for Parkisons but Cannabis goes a long way to negating the shakes and loss of control
crossing_the_rubicon
27/6/2019
09:13
>>we all know that blair and his side kick brown bankrupted the country through total mismanagement of our countrys (sic) economy.. Tax burden (total taxation as proportion of GDP) averaged 35.1% under Blair and Brown, 35.23% under Thatcher and Major, 35.2% under Cameron. Spending averaged 43.5% of GDP under Thatcher and Major, 43.1% under Cameron, 39.5% under Blair and Brown.
zho
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