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Legal & General Group LSE:LGEN London Ordinary Share GB0005603997 ORD 2 1/2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -5.10p -2.23% 224.10p 224.80p 225.10p 229.30p 223.80p 228.70p 19,755,810 16:35:29
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Life Insurance 40,491.0 2,061.0 31.9 7.0 13,356.08

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
17/12/2018
17:23
LGEN will be on a 10% yield at 170p, you will have plenty of buyers then even if a dividend cut is in place for a year or two.
this_time_its_different
17/12/2018
17:18
LGEN will struggle to break 170p regardless of bull or bear market. A no deal scenario prices in a supply shock to the economy and short term recession.
this_time_its_different
17/12/2018
17:16
LGEN tanked because Mrs May is threatening a "no deal" if labour don't back her deal. She is bluffing, but we don't know if labour will take the bait. LGEN goes below 200p in a no deal, I would say to around 185-195p.
this_time_its_different
17/12/2018
13:12
Monty, on a no deal(which is unlikely), around £1.85, best guess. If we enter a full market, then a lot lower than that imv.
essentialinvestor
17/12/2018
13:08
LGEN is a strong buy right now. All the board need to do is say, we are prepared for brexit and the business is fine.....oh and we are going to raise the divi by 15% now. Then see what happens to the bears!
this_time_its_different
17/12/2018
12:12
Yes I agree, but what doesn't help is Mrs May threatening no deal and saying we shouldn't have a second referendum. I couldn't give a f-u-c-k what happens with brexit, all I want is my shares to go up.
this_time_its_different
15/12/2018
14:22
Monty, general consensus is that no politician wants a no deal, so they will either pull Article 50 or have another referendum or ???
p0pper
15/12/2018
14:02
Below 200p if no deal Brexit and it's looking that way.
montyhedge
15/12/2018
02:31
https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/229963
k38
13/12/2018
11:42
Worth a few quid I think. HTTP://www.kickstarter.com/projects/22595538/killing-kelly
aussiedonnie
13/12/2018
11:11
And now;- "Legal & General Group Plc using EPIC/TICKER code (LON:LGEN) has had its stock rating noted as ‘Reiterates217; with the recommendation being set at ‘OVERWEIGHT217; today by analysts at Barclays Capital. Legal & General Group Plc are listed in the Financials sector within UK Main Market. Barclays Capital have set a target price of 332 GBX on its stock. This now indicates the analyst believes there is a possible upside of 43.5%"
kilobyte2
13/12/2018
10:25
Exactly tornado and whats never included in the economists calculations is that these low paid workers will all have pensions and health commitments to be paid by our grandchildren at some point in the future. If those obligations were capitalised into the economic cost of immigration people would be horrified. Its only the employers of minimum wage staff that benefit from the current unbridled immigration.
renewed1
12/12/2018
19:28
I think these responses show one of the critical points in all of Brexit discussions. I have worked all over Europe and currently operate in Russia. I know what these people are going through living on £300/month in FT work. It’s a difficult life and certainly I don’t blame them wanting to improve their lives by earning 5 times more in U.K., but there’s a limit to what our little island can handle. Same population as France with 3rd of land mass. There has to be a cap and controlled otherwise every road & walkway will be totally gridlocked. Not an issue for me, but for my grandkids will be a big issue
tornado12
12/12/2018
16:04
The UK has smart, systematic people, it's just the working class are lazy. The UK only got to where it is by exploiting cheap labour, whether in the form of slavery in the 1800s or immigrants now.
this_time_its_different
12/12/2018
16:02
It's everything to do with laziness, have you seen how hard working a polish builder is compared to a white british builder. One will do the job in half the time for half the money and double the quality, the other will take double the time for double the money and half the quality. All in all taking tea break after tea break and scratching his a-r-s-e.
this_time_its_different
12/12/2018
15:55
edmundshaw, truth too harsh for you?
this_time_its_different
12/12/2018
15:39
ttid filtered. Enough is enough.
edmundshaw
12/12/2018
15:39
It is nothing to do with laziness and everything to do with wages. All driving jobs in the past were done by white working class and they paid a decent wage. For example long distance lorry drivers earnt decent money and had a good standard of living. Now almost all haulage is done by foreign drivers paid far less then in the past.
rcturner2
12/12/2018
15:38
Hopefully the ERG will be finished, and we can get on - possibly why the market is seeing this as positive Guy Verhofstadt @guyverhofstadt Once again, the fate of EU–UK relations, the prosperity of businesses & citizens' rights are consumed by an internal Conservative party catfight over Europe. I hope that, whatever happens, at least the vote will make clear that a disastrous no–deal is off the table. #Brexit
jasperthemonkeygod
12/12/2018
15:22
The UK has a minimum wage and I agree it needs to be raised, London especially needs £10 an hour as a minimum. The economy could cope fine with £10 an hour across the whole country. The UK economy has been propped up by immigrants doing the jobs the white chav can't be bothered to do. Look around you, all your waiters are immigrants, your amazon delivery drivers are immigrants. The UK will never learn, in 2030 we will again be begging to the world for cheap labour, since our a-r-s-e-s are too fat and too white to do any work.
this_time_its_different
12/12/2018
15:06
Well how about locals are paid a proper wage for this work instead of bringing in low wage foreigners? Is that too much to ask?
rcturner2
12/12/2018
14:53
Immigrants are hard working in the UK, the real problem is the white british chav, who thinks queen and country owes him everything because when he or she was born, he or she was born with a white a-r-s-e.
this_time_its_different
12/12/2018
14:50
In the 1950s, the UK brought over blacks to clean toilets and run the NHS, because no white sheep was prepared to do it. In the 1970s, the UK brought over indians again for the same reasons, but the indians were smart in that they took up businesses and their kids were well educated. In the early 2000s, the UK brought over the polish and eastern europeans, to clean toilets and run the NHS, because no white sheep was prepared to do it. You talk about immigration being negative, but if the chavs don't get off their fat white a-r-s-e-s, you are stuffed. Who are you going to bring over next? When the toilets need to be cleaned and the NHS has a nurse shortage?
this_time_its_different
12/12/2018
14:30
indigenous populations all over eu are not having kids gdp is correlated with pop no brainer open the borders but do it sensibly wait until we have to pay £8 for a coffee because there are no eu workers to run our leisure industries
adejuk
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