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LGEN Legal & General Group Plc

238.90
-2.40 (-0.99%)
Last Updated: 13:57:01
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Legal & General Group Plc 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
  -2.40 -0.99% 238.90 238.80 239.00 242.80 238.80 241.20 3,327,010 13:57:01
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Ins Agents,brokers & Service 11.07B 2.29B 0.3832 6.25 14.31B
Legal & General Group Plc is listed in the Ins Agents,brokers & Service sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker LGEN. The last closing price for Legal & General was 241.30p. Over the last year, Legal & General shares have traded in a share price range of 203.20p to 269.40p.

Legal & General currently has 5,978,714,847 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Legal & General is £14.31 billion. Legal & General has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 6.25.

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
24/2/2024
12:30
Record breaking global PRT market activity seen in 2023, totalling over £85 billion in UK and USHttps://group.legalandgeneral.com/en/newsroom/press-releases/record-breaking-global-prt-market-activity-seen-in-2023-totalling-over-85-billion-in-uk-and-us
bargainsniper
24/2/2024
10:05
Nice finish.....
Can L&G get involved in AI in some "big" brash way..
Thank you..

netcurtains
23/2/2024
22:35
The BoE were to slow to act when inflation rose and it looks like AB and the BoE will repeat the mistake on the way down.



From the article in the standard "This week, the Bank’s Governor Andrew Bailey said that inflation would not necessarily have to be 2% before the Bank starts cutting interest rates."

With an 18 mth to 24 mth lag for cuts to take full effect we should already be planning to start cuts in the coming months not waiting for inflation to get to or close to 2%.

pj84
23/2/2024
18:26
BargainSniper
Post 4772
It is a genuine article in Today's Telegraph newspaper

See the last line of my comment!!!

Which links to a Telegraph article!!!

geckotheglorious
23/2/2024
17:25
The point I was trying to get across was that RBC was giving a very miniscule raise while reducing their stake

Mixed messages

Two faced my take but everyone can make up their own mind

Have a good weekend

I am looking to buy with continued uncertainty prevailing

jubberjim
23/2/2024
17:15
2061 241.2 2805278 O 238.7 238.9 14:35:03 6,752,810 1,035,271
2060 241.2 2805278 O 238.7 238.9 14:35:03 3,947,532 1,035,271
2059 238.8 647 AT 238.7 238.8 14:35:02 1,142,254 1,035,271

5.6m buys above the quotes

followed by a closing UT of 3.5m at 242 above quotes 240.8/240.9

yf23_1
23/2/2024
15:49
At 2.997% RBC doesn't have to notify further whole number reductions, so maybe method there.....
exmooroil
23/2/2024
15:32
Link to said reduction that jubberjim refers to in case anyone hasn't seen it. They've gone from a whisker over 3% to a whisker under 3%
cwa1
23/2/2024
15:11
CWA

Interesting that RBC have reduced their holding a teeny weeny amount in the greater scheme of things.

GURU

Responding to the 'Wacky' comment as to gaps awaited cannabis has now been sort of legalised in Germany

Have fun everyone

jubberjim
23/2/2024
13:12
Bargainsniper -
skinny
23/2/2024
12:52
I wonder who will get Andrew Bailey next.

FCA --> BOE --> ?

skinny
23/2/2024
12:47
There are extreme views at both ends of the spectrum. The observation resonating with me to explain BoE MPC behaviour is that they do not have models or indicators they can trust to see ahead with confidence. So they will have to wait until inflation is demonstrably back on target, several datapoints on core inflation, CPI, PPI, wage growth, before acting to cut interest rates.

So, while we might expect that inflation is no longer such a problem by April and May, the BoE response will lag. If that steers the economy towards a harder recession it would lead to a rapid series of cuts this Autumn. But Fatboy Bailey has prepared the ground to wait and see and be more certain before starting cuts. He says that the risk to the economy is tolerable because somehow he has seen that the UK is already on the upslope from last year's soft-landing recession.

And yet the pressure from all sides to cut interest rates as soon as inflation prints towards 2% will be tremendous. Bailey or at least his attitude will not survive if interest rate cuts are held back unreasonably.

marktime1231
23/2/2024
12:40
It is a genuine article in Today's Telegraph newspaper
bargainsniper
23/2/2024
09:17
CWA1

Some dodgy site called Press Reader
hxxps://www.pressreader.com › uk › the-daily-telegraph › 20240223 › 282372634545778

"Bank risks dragging Britain into a depression - PressReader"
TodaySven Jari Stehn, at Goldman Sachs, thinks that "underlying inflation" is much weaker than the Bank of England supposes, predicting that headline inflation will drop to 1.7pc in the spring and then stay low, ending the year at 1.6pc and remaining below target deep into 2025"

Looks like the "Directorstalk" style portal or whatever that spam company was called that links to a load of stories in media(via their link) thus garnering some form of payment for clicking on their link!

Which links to a Telegraph article!!!

geckotheglorious
23/2/2024
07:38
Thanks for that, any chance you could link in to the comment? Cheers
cwa1
23/2/2024
07:03
Sven Jari Stehn, at Goldman Sachs, thinks that "underlying inflation" is much weaker than the Bank of England supposes, predicting that headline inflation will drop to 1.7pc in the spring and then stay low, ending the year at 1.6pc and remaining below target deep into 2025.
bargainsniper
22/2/2024
09:11
CAC & DAX up 50% in 5 years, whilst FTSE at mere 10%. I hope nobody is investing for share price growth in UK PLC in last 5 year. Maybe the budget in 2 weeks can spring a rabbit out of the hat ?
Cmon LGEN deliver the FY results and the 5% juicy divi growth

tornado12
22/2/2024
08:24
A bold hoisting of the TP by a WHOLE 5p from RBC :-)

* Legal & General Group Plc LGEN.L : RBC raises target price to 295p from 290p

cwa1
21/2/2024
18:36
Yes

But enough pain out there

I choose not to elabtorate

My Aviva target was met so bit disappointed that lgen failed to keep up but in the current market opportunities will recur

Keep the faith ignore the tik tokkers

jubberjim
21/2/2024
17:38
Are you looking at the gap around 220 jubberwackyjim?
gurunostradamus
21/2/2024
17:32
I am still looking for the gaps lower down to be filled so still

Chapped thighs and warm hands the order of the day

Roll on results

Not much doing until then

Banks keeping me out and in mischief

Be Good

jubberjim
20/2/2024
10:44
Citywire Article entitled: LGIM overhauls £1bn UK property fund as investors reject FCA proposals.
Asset manager aims to bring direct property investments to 45% and allocate more to Reits amid market liquidity concerns.

cwa1
20/2/2024
10:18
although is good to see the target price well above current, its nothing new and never seems to give any major upgrading. If we can get back above 300p would be great. For now, all eyes on 6th March guys !! GLA
tornado12
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