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LGEN Legal & General Group Plc

248.60
-3.80 (-1.51%)
Last Updated: 08:54:33
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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
  -3.80 -1.51% 248.60 248.40 248.60 250.60 248.30 250.30 1,474,812 08:54:33
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Ins Agents,brokers & Service 36.48B 457M 0.0764 32.54 14.87B
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 252.40p. Over the last year, Legal & General shares have traded in a share price range of 203.20p to 258.70p.

Legal & General currently has 5,979,665,207 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Legal & General is £14.87 billion. Legal & General has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 32.54.

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28/12/2023
10:26
I don’t see major progress in share price from here without positive news on interest rate reduction and the FY results. I do believe we will have an upbeat 2024, but not sure how the new CEO will steer the ship. I am hoping steady as she goes with continued growth in PRT one of the main levers for growth in EPS. Also assets should become more popular as interest rates fall. GLA
tornado12
28/12/2023
10:19
Not the dreaded BB.
Without wishing to get back into the perennial debate I would like to think that Simões has more inventive ideas given L&G's position as a manager of wealth and investments.

mcunliffe1
28/12/2023
10:15
Noted Skinny. Hadn't thought. Thanks.
mcunliffe1
28/12/2023
09:26
Do not subscribe to any news service

Just happened to pop up on my tablet this am before the firewall intervened

jubberjim
28/12/2023
09:23
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Options include growing capital-light businesses such as defined contribution pension savings and wealth management. “Ultimately [bulk annuity deals] are a melting ice cube, they will disappear to nothing,” said Autonomous’s Crean.

Over a shorter timeline, investors are hopeful for more clarity on near-term capital returns. Some analysts think there could be scope for the new CEO to announce a share buy-back but others think the group is still more likely to put capital to work in extra bulk annuity deals. Jefferies portrays the group as “caught between a bulk and a buyback”.

Whether Simões doubles down on the bulk annuity market in pursuit of growth or puts greater stress on shareholder returns will be a key first test of his intention, investors say. 

“His first port of call is to build his reputation, and his credibility with investors,” said Crean."

skinny
28/12/2023
09:10
Yes that s the one

Much of a muchness didn t tell me anything new but everyone will have a different read

good luck

jubberjim
28/12/2023
08:56
jj: Was it this article?
mcunliffe1
28/12/2023
06:41
Again apologies for lack of http prefix

Article in FT relating to the new chap taking the helm at Lgen

My take is to wait any further developments and while the yield has dropped from 10% to nearer 8% still not a bad return truth be known.

Needs something to keep the momentum going

Where that will come from is anybodies guess and in light of the markets vagaries is open to debate.

For now will keep on holding on but hold back on any further capital expenditure

As stated previously retaining some cash in these uncertain times might be prudent.

Enjoy the end of years wind down

Good luck

jubberjim
27/12/2023
12:47
we are such a self-destructive species
2 days of holiday and peeps shop as if they're going to starve

adejuk
27/12/2023
12:45
no
he is the messiah:-)

adejuk
27/12/2023
12:18
Was Nigel a social evangelist?
dfoc
22/12/2023
11:27
Good luck with that CWA, it is absolutely crazy in the retail parks around us at the moment.
tag57
22/12/2023
10:57
Going to be out and about for a bit of today and a lot of the weekend-that's when real men start their Christmas shopping :-))

So best wishes to one and all for a VERY Merry Christmas!

cwa1
21/12/2023
15:25
Legal & General Retirement America (LGRA) has Closed $10 Billion Since Inception -

Pension Risk Transfer (PRT) Markets Close Another High Growth Year in the US and UK

speedsgh
21/12/2023
10:16
Dividend was 13.9p, paid 5 June 23
rongetsrich
21/12/2023
09:33
spawny - look at the 2 YTD and any time span come to that.

DOW futures +200

skinny
21/12/2023
09:30
Pound against Dollar and EURO has weakened.
Reports in papers suggests the Market believes our interest rates will fall sooner than expected (March) and hence a late Santa Rally.

I also think there'll be an election in May in the UK and in the Spring budget Hunt will promise tax cuts and no end of treats knowing that there'll be little time to implement such before the election and will either leave Labour with the unpalatable task of cancelling any goodies or, if the Tories win, will delay those goodies towards the end of the next Parliament.

Either way, the Market will rise in Spring.

mcunliffe1
21/12/2023
09:19
I'm very impressed with how UK market has held up after the DOW fall yesterday.
spawny100
21/12/2023
09:11
My purchase was August 2011.
skinny
21/12/2023
05:42
Skinny
Just me being nosy

But can I assume that the buy in price being mental would have been around the time of the failed Nat West takeover bid

Hold a few paper shares from that time fortunately not in RBS

Happier days

Have a good xmas

jubberjim
20/12/2023
22:54
Chief - You'll probably get yer pullback tomorrow judging by the hosing the DOW took going into the bell. spud
spud
20/12/2023
22:47
You can also find a lot of info "in-house" if you look above under Menu, Financials, Dividends, sllab101.
keyno
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