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LGEN Legal & General Group Plc

248.40
-4.00 (-1.58%)
Last Updated: 08:58:50
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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
  -4.00 -1.58% 248.40 248.30 248.50 250.60 248.30 250.30 1,513,059 08:58:50
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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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
05/1/2024
07:34
This latest flooding across the regions is bound to have an impact

Expect my insurance companies to be held back in the short term but on a brighter note have recalibrated my algos and so far so good as have new targets

Shouldn't laugh but The Gruniad has a photo of a house under several feet of water with a rather sorry looking For Sale board outside.

Take care

jubberjim
04/1/2024
21:52
The only problem with the MSCI trackers is that they are stuffed with the US magnificent seven. Not so good if you already have some exposure to US and don't want volatility (although the volatility has been upward so far!).
yf23_1
03/1/2024
20:18
https://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/news/1037421/bp-l-g-lloyds-and-tesla-most-bought-shares-for-uk-investors-in-2023-bargain-hunting-rules-in-december-1037421.html
pastyman3851
02/1/2024
21:28
And to you, JJ. I have a feeling the cycle is over and we’re going to drift back to 220-230, for no other reason than the rally is over… and there’s no news.
rongetsrich
02/1/2024
18:47
Think the new CEO will have his hands full over the coming days

Is my read bearing in mind the turbulence expected across the middle east

Will hang on as 8 % dividend is not to be sneezed at but looks like the plateau has been reached

Had hoped that we might have driven through and up but was not to be

Best of luck to all over the coming months have a feeling we will need it

Happy New Year all take care

jubberjim
02/1/2024
13:31
Too quiet here, are you still chained to the pub bar, Trev?
rongetsrich
02/1/2024
11:18
First day at work for the new CEO today then. Personally i am hopeful he will do a good job. His previous experience may help him bring LGEN into more International markets perhaps.

But as always it will only be time that tells...

cfro
02/1/2024
10:14
Sold 50% of my holdings in Aviva, Lgen and PHNX
and bought XDEQ an ETF that tracks a global quality index

Total return is the underlying reason

marksp2011
02/1/2024
09:24
Thanks for the FT article. I hope the LGEN strategy will continue to growth both revenues and EPS. This supports the divi growth which is the fundamental driver to be in LGEN. To start SBB will be a mistake as made by many corporates and has very limited impact on share price Hoping for a successful 2024.. GLA
tornado12
31/12/2023
15:22
As the long Hogmanay wind up starts all that remains is to wish one and all a very happy AND prosperous New Year. Cheers 🎊🍾🎆🎇
cwa1
31/12/2023
11:16
...Interesting.
pvb
31/12/2023
09:59
a screenshot of the FT piece on the new CEO
unastubbs
29/12/2023
23:23
...You could also just drop everything from the question mark onwards.
pvb
29/12/2023
20:55
CWA1:

you could do this:

netcurtains
29/12/2023
20:37
I'm not sure if there's a competition for longest link ever but surely that must be a contender if there is!
cwa1
29/12/2023
19:39
Https://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/investing/article-12907781/Why-Britain-place-invest-2024-Experts-tip-screamingly-cheap-UK-stocks.html?ico=mol_desktop_moneymarkets-newtab&molReferrerUrl=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.dailymail.co.uk%2Fmoney%2Fmarkets%2Findex.html&_ga=2.125570890.1521296982.1703061896-1320128332.1702367921&_gl=1*mzl28e*_ga*MTMyMDEyODMzMi4xNzAyMzY3OTIx*_ga_XE0XLFFF16*MTcwMzg3NDUxNC41NC4xLjE3MDM4NzcwNDQuMC4wLjA
bargainsniper
29/12/2023
14:21
Hello davethehorse

I see you've mentioned the same thing multple times over different boards.

I'll let it go this time-but please don't do so any more on here.

Much obliged

cwa1
29/12/2023
14:16
Pumpty pumpty pump....

spud

spud
29/12/2023
10:03
POLR finally breaking out now....10% divi and PE of 9....looks very under valued and a AuM update due on the 12th Jan, ripe for a re rate...;-)
davethehorse
28/12/2023
23:50
Alf, perhaps investing is not for you, Sainsbury's paying 2.1 per cent now
rongetsrich
28/12/2023
16:53
...........Is the UK big enough to handle the risk?
alphorn
28/12/2023
16:47
Agreed Kirkie there is a fair way to go with bulk annuity transfers it was an odd comment to make, a glib facile remark which may be true but gives a false impression of the size of the opportunity and how long it will last. So far we are just scratching the surface. As more and more legacy pension schemes get themselves in shape demand will continue.

As I see it the looming problem is how to absorb bigger transfers. For example LLOY has just about cleared the overhanging liability on its three legacy schemes, and could probably afford a final one-off reinsurance policy cost to tee up a transfer. Combined I think the assets/liabilities involved are in the region of £50B. Ten times the size of the biggest individual UK prt to-date, about 5 years worth of new business in one chunk. Is LGEN or anyone else in the UK big enough to handle it?

marktime1231
28/12/2023
16:20
Some other extracts to clarify the timing of the bulk annuity market eventually contracting and diminishing: -

"“The current model will deliver for years, but what comes after?” said one person familiar with the board’s decision to choose Simões."

...

"L&G currently expects to do £8bn-£10bn of UK deals a year, but investors are already thinking ahead to when the pool of companies with a legacy defined benefit pension scheme has shrunk significantly.

“It’s a market that at some point will run out,” said Citi’s Baker. “As that whole market matures .̴1;. . does [L&G] just become a run-off company? It’s not like that’s tomorrow, but it is something that the company needs to start thinking about.”"

pj84
28/12/2023
15:46
Do not think we will be going anywhere now until theses pesky gaps?(my understanding) have been filled.
See you all after the weekend

Happy New Year

jubberjim
28/12/2023
15:43
Andrew Crean's supposed to be a well respected Analyst. Saying that "ultimately, bulk annuity deals will disappear to nothing" is a bit like saying "there's no point in drilling an oil field as it will eventually be empty"...

The market has excess demand and not enough supply (ie writers of bulk annuities), the barriers to entry and high, and there's still over a trillion of liabilities to write - at a current (market) run rate of about 50-60bn a year.

He knows all this - so why such a one-eyed view? Makes no sense, and just makes my wonder what his agenda (other than presumably a sell) is....

kirkie001
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