Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
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
  -0.30p -0.11% 265.20p 265.10p 265.20p 266.20p 264.70p 266.20p 2,490,424 14:09:41
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Life Insurance 77,969.0 1,867.0 21.2 12.5 15,791.75

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
16/10/2017
17:38
280 by chrissy?
adejuk
13/10/2017
16:10
the tanker looks to have turned topped up today now have enough to give quite a good div if they keep it up and the prospect of cap gains oh the wonder of sleep without aim worry !
adejuk
07/10/2017
10:06
Adejuk...don't think it has got a personality. It has traded in a narrow band for the last six months following the course of the wider FTSE 100 up and down. Boring is probably good given the bonus of a big dividend. Hope it continues.
stewart64
06/10/2017
15:53
i simply cannot understand the personality of this share.
adejuk
28/9/2017
09:11
Time for me to rejoin the fold :))
gbh2
26/9/2017
08:22
I think investors worried about revenue, you can only cut costs so much.
montyhedge
25/9/2017
16:23
it's hard to believe that one of the uk's most secure co's is being battered in this way
adejuk
22/9/2017
20:17
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maxidi
14/9/2017
12:25
i wish this slide would stop
adejuk
12/9/2017
10:34
have i read that rns correctly? l and g pensions is selling l and g?
adejuk
11/9/2017
14:12
Lloyds underwriters have spread their risk. £150 billion risk quoted. z
zeppo
11/9/2017
14:00
It may be counterintuitive but disasters tend to be good for insurance stocks.
grahamite2
11/9/2017
10:38
Based share price movement's over the last few trading days, I assume they have little exposure to the hurricanes in the Caribbean?
jaf1969
07/9/2017
10:44
imo this business of selling down between ex dividend dates seems to be pretty routine these days, just a case of whether one wants to give it a go or simply stick fast.
gbh2
07/9/2017
10:15
AdjeukIt is buying g opportunity . I am waiting for Sept Oct pull back
action
04/9/2017
16:41
who the f is shorting this? sp makes no sense at all it is a non lose sleep stock but the share price is a bloody mystery particularly when i am adding like it's going out of fashion
adejuk
29/8/2017
08:25
i wonder about our exposure in the US.
adejuk
27/8/2017
13:31
Much depends on your investment time frame. I'm no longer young and I invest to make money so I sold out of L&G on the 16th and put the cash (with a decent profit) elsewhere. To date that move has picked up 16p+ / share profit and offers me almost 23p/share dividend at the end of September. If the share price of L&G doesn't move I'll buy back next time I'm looking for something steady, if I miss out here, it's a big market with lots of other opportunities imo. Good luck to those that want to buy & hold, it's simply not for me nor anything to do with shorting.
gbh2
27/8/2017
11:51
I agree. This is the sort of stock you want for a decent income and a good night's sleep.
lord gnome
26/8/2017
06:21
I cannot see anyone bothering to short LGEN, it is a boring company that is performing well in a market that is a classic "moat" business. It is making good profits and is not expensively rated. A stock like this is a gem for any income fund, simply buy and hold and draw the dividend and forget about the stock. In the long run if the pound drops significantly against the dollar, I can see a US company or fund coming in to buy this for the income stream.
rcturner2
26/8/2017
05:19
Remember the short positions declared are only for those over 0.5%. Euroclear shows average stock-on-loan dropping from May/Jun, 2.38/2.43%, to just 1.85% in July. Be interesting to see if it has increased during Aug. I suspect it will have - question is how much further will the share price fall.?
steve73
25/8/2017
15:06
there are no short positions on l and g but the trading pattern has all the hallmarks of a short raid.
adejuk
24/8/2017
09:54
Marty, yeah, boring but true.The strange thing is, over the longer term, stocks usually rise in price in fits and starts, and you'd have to be unlucky for the price to go up less than inflation, usually much greater. But even if the price stood still over many years, if the Divi remained at 5.6% or whatever, then with those reinvested, you'd get pretty rich eventually (assuming you start with a decent slug). Of course, as well as the price rising, the Divi usually rises too, making things all happen quicker.The reason things like pensions don't perform like that is due to the charges taken out. The underlying shares perform great over the years, but since charges take about half out, you only end up with half you would have had you invested in decent ftse stocks yourself, even net of the initial tax savings.But it's all too long term and boring really.
pierre oreilly
24/8/2017
09:25
This is crossing 300p b4 Xmas.
action
18/8/2017
11:50
People, you need to look at the bigger picture: "Dividend investing might lack the thrills and spills usually reserved for high growth shares but history shows it to be a remarkably effective way of growing serious wealth over the long term, as long as the majority of payouts are reinvested." Legal & General remains a great option, offering a chunky 5.6% yield in 2017. I purchased this share recently at £2.72, now at £2.65 it is even more attractive.
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