Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
John Laing LSE:JLG London Ordinary Share GB00BVC3CB83 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +5.20p +1.86% 284.80p 284.80p 285.60p 286.40p 278.40p 278.40p 319,617 16:35:06
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 196.7 126.0 34.7 8.2 1,397.73

John Laing Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
08/3/2018
18:52
I think I'll try and organise some funds to be transferred into my share account, its something I'm not keen on, at the moment but I feel I have to.
igoe104
08/3/2018
16:49
jonwig, thanks for explaining. I think I understand now why people might decide to sell JLG in order to take up rights when they have limited cash availble in an ISA account. Presumably if you get the numbers right you end up maintaining the same level of investment in the company. I too agree the 'advisor' is talking rubbish! Ex-rights won't be reflected in the price until they go ex-rights, which is tomorrow.
typo56
08/3/2018
15:34
Post 376 or see post 360 :-) Publication of a Prospectus
skinny
08/3/2018
15:28
I knew I shouldn't have been mesmerised by her beauty and should have used my brain instead when appointing her. Money and honey don't mix well.
gonzela
08/3/2018
13:28
been buying a few here - impossible to buy when they drop the price but they will take stock off you no problem.
felix99
08/3/2018
13:27
Jonwig lol - I agree with you the advisor is talking rubbish lol
felix99
08/3/2018
11:59
@ ollie - yes, thanks. I've asked this sort of thing before. Trouble is, our trading account is joint and they wouldn't play ball.
jonwig
08/3/2018
11:56
jonwig and others, if you haven't enough cash in your ISA, your broker should allow you to buy the rights issue outside of your ISA, i.e. in a standard trading account.
olliemagern
08/3/2018
11:25
gonzela - ref. post #376. Change your advisor ...
jonwig
08/3/2018
11:21
OK, spoke to my advisor. She believes the drop due to the rights is already reflected in the price. Closing price last night was approx 274p. ((274*3)+(177*3))/4 = 250p Market opened around 250p this morning and then bounced back to around 261p.
gonzela
08/3/2018
11:17
Guys ignore the record date... which is similar when shares go ex div.Simples - you need to hold shares overnight tonight to get the rights...
losses
08/3/2018
10:38
It goes xr tomorrow morning. The current indicative xr price will be: (263*3 + 177*1)/4 = 242p.
jonwig
08/3/2018
10:35
Typo - this share has gone ex rights - at the close of business on the 6th
cb7
08/3/2018
10:33
no will drop tomorrow for the rights.
felix99
08/3/2018
10:10
Is this likely to drop tomorrow morning in light of the rights or has the drop been factored in already today? Thanks a lot, gents.
gonzela
08/3/2018
10:07
Typo - I haven't enough ISA cash to take up my rights in full. My preferred option will be to tail-swallow using the nil-paid. I can see some investors reducing their holdings before the shares go xr to take up their rights on the rest. Maybe that's happening today. Dealing costs happen, whichever of the two I choose. I can't comment on CFD/SB trading.
jonwig
08/3/2018
10:02
As an aside, I don't get why you'd want to sell any JLG in order to fund taking up the rights. All things being equal, I can't see you're any better off and you incur dealing costs.
typo56
08/3/2018
09:49
jonwig, I think the point is if you bought yesterday or buy today you are entitled to the rights (providing you hold today at close). The mechanics of it are down to your broker, which is where they earn some of their commission! If I long JLG today via CFD/Spread bet and hold at close I expect to see the nil paids (JLGN?) to be credited to my account before open tomorrow. And if I was short JLG I'd expect to have shorts in JLGN.
typo56
08/3/2018
09:30
Yes - I guess so.
skinny
08/3/2018
09:22
Skinny, I don't think pasting the RNS helps much. The problem is the usual misunderstanding about the record date which, for the ordinary punter, is best ignored.
typo56
08/3/2018
09:20
From the RNS :- Indicative abridged timetable of principal events Record Date for entitlement under the Rights Issue close of business on 6 March 2018 Publication and posting of the Prospectus 8 March 2018 Despatch of Provisional Allotment Letters (to Qualifying Non-CREST Shareholders only) 8 March 2018 Ex entitlement date for the Rights Issue 8.00 a.m. on 9 March 2018 Admission and commencement of dealings in Rights Issue Shares, nil paid, on the London Stock Exchange 8.00 a.m. on 9 March 2018 Latest time and date for acceptance and payment in full and registration of renounced Provisional Allotment Letters 11.00 a.m. on 23 March 2018 Commencement of dealings in Rights Issue Shares fully paid on the London Stock Exchange 8.00 a.m. on 26 March 2018 Prospectus · The Prospectus is expected to be made available on the Company's website, www.laing.com, later today. · The Prospectus will be submitted to the National Storage Mechanism and will be available for inspection at http://www.morningstar.co.uk/uk/NSM following publication.
skinny
08/3/2018
09:17
A holder at market close on the 6th will be entitled to the rights. The two-day gap is for holders to read the prospectus, etc. and take advice if necessary.
jonwig
08/3/2018
09:15
You need to be holding at close tonight to qualify. You can then sell at open tomorrow if you want. Normally there's a lot longer between announcement and ex-rights dates. They're in a hurry!
typo56
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