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LGEN Legal & General Group Plc

233.60
-15.00 (-6.03%)
Last Updated: 08:24:28
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
  -15.00 -6.03% 233.60 233.50 233.70 235.00 232.20 235.00 4,909,991 08:24:28
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 248.60p. 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
07/2/2024
14:50
Respectfully, please check the header for the company calendar, that's what it is there for!
cwa1
07/2/2024
14:44
When is ex divi day?
bigfrocks
07/2/2024
14:29
Are we going to fill the gap at 2.27/8 ?
p0pper
07/2/2024
14:17
You feel the market is waiting for 2.30pm and almost craving a drop in the US so they can maintain the normal UK drop. Our Lilly Livered comfort zone.

Quite pathetic.

xongkudu
07/2/2024
12:38
MM's simply shaking numbers in a bag again......
fionascott1234
07/2/2024
10:00
Yup probably just random, like nearly all share price changes for which there are no reasons, merely the net effect of buyers and sellers. It just happens occasionally that a random move is larger than usual.
anhar
07/2/2024
09:43
Usual UK mkt. No real and sustainable support for stocks. Just traders
dope007
07/2/2024
09:25
Has LGEN gone ex-div today...

What is the reason for the current 2% fall?

netcurtains
07/2/2024
09:16
Tell that to the sellers....
netcurtains
06/2/2024
11:39
calm down peeps
this is what you get when you invest in aim stocks :-)

adejuk
06/2/2024
11:33
The FTSE is sick thanks to 12 years of fake tories and a pile of years of labour robbing pensions with dividend tax credits and regulations forcing them to buy government debt with our money
dope007
06/2/2024
11:31
UK mainly down while India, Germany, Mexico, Philippines, and Japan all keep going up.. Its not as if LGEN is over valued (or the others) so I'm not sure why but it is a trend that has been going on a while


Something really wrong with the FTSE compared to any other stock market over past 2 or 3 months (perhaps longer)....

I'm really glad I made the move.

netcurtains
06/2/2024
09:55
If 247 breaks

All bets are off as will I.

jubberjim
05/2/2024
11:54
You're a star Skinny with these pics. Good one.

The Ides of March is the 15th March says Mr google.

mcunliffe1
05/2/2024
11:45
Do you mean the Ides of March ?
yump
05/2/2024
11:27
Sitting on my hands waiting for the eyes of March and FY results:

LGEN = 6/3
AV = 7/3
MNG = 21/3
PHNX = 22/3

Hoping my expectations are realized .. GLA

tornado12
05/2/2024
11:17
I have just posted an important article on spud's thread below:



If you make use of the Marriage Allowance tax transfer you MUST read that article.

mcunliffe1
05/2/2024
08:33
Thanks spud 😊 (I'll pass too but its a nice idea for those that like that sort of stuff)....
netcurtains
05/2/2024
08:24
Set up for these very discussions:



spud

spud
05/2/2024
07:46
Morning

Thought the weekend discussion was quite informative

Parts of it gave me food for thought although a lot of it made my brain hurt.(did'nt understand a lot) ? No matter

What I did take from it is that more and more investors are looking to buy trackers as opposed to individual shares due to the paucity current prevalent in the markets.

Don t see the situation improving in the near future so that is the direction I will be heading.

The insurance companies and the like have made a rod for their own back

Will be keeping a modest amount back to invest as and when but WHEN? is a moot point

Have a good week everyone

jubberjim
05/2/2024
07:19
Morning All

As interesting as the discussion over the past couple of days was, the weekend's over now and it's back to the day job of discussing LGEN on here please :-)

Thanks

cwa1
05/2/2024
04:43
I’m wondering if some of you are missing a trick. I’m under state pension age but living of investments. I use ufpls from my sipp and I’ve been putting 3200 back in a year and getting 800 tax relief making 4000 back in the sipp annually. I take out 16880 this way I pay no tax but stil generate a p60 thus allowing the 3.2k contribution back in the sipp.
ramellous
05/2/2024
00:30
Just to add to the above, you can take out a very large tax free amount from a pension depending on your circumstances, currently over £250k (£268kish) in one go from age 55 but if you then wanted to reinvest a significant part in a tax free wrapper at £20k a year, it would take several years (again depending on your circumstances and priorities, so if you wanted to buy a supercar you might not be bothered about an ISA) but like Warren Buffet, who whilst being one of the richest men in the world, he never liked the depreciation of buying a new car and has owned very few cars and always kept them for a long time and I won't be buying a supercar!
pj84
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