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LGEN Legal & General Group Plc

247.90
2.70 (1.10%)
24 May 2024 - Closed
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
  2.70 1.10% 247.90 247.90 248.00 248.10 243.30 244.30 11,430,270 16:29:56
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Ins Agents,brokers & Service 36.48B 457M 0.0764 32.45 14.82B
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 245.20p. 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 £14.82 billion. Legal & General has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 32.45.

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
05/3/2024
20:50
Cool. Might get a 5-10% discount here tomorrow.
chiefbrody
05/3/2024
20:44
Good day for results with the overvalued US down over 500!!
dope007
05/3/2024
20:11
In my experience buybacks are a waste of time and add no value to shareholders
zac0_4
05/3/2024
19:59
Generally don't like buybacks but would probably welcome it here. Hell the div could be cut to pay for some of the buyback and the yield would still be great. Noting else is working for the share price
chiefbrody
05/3/2024
18:33
That would put a rocket under the share price for sure 😃
unastubbs
05/3/2024
18:19
Hopefully lgen will announce a share buyback to hoover up all the cheap loose shares.
jonnybig
05/3/2024
17:26
cyberian #4835 - i think Nigel Wilson has made his final appearance, tomorrow is the debut of António Simões. He's been in position since 1 January.
unastubbs
05/3/2024
17:11
FWIW - that's a decent bullish engulfing candle today, with decent volume.

It certainly won't be a dull day tomorrow!

skinny
05/3/2024
16:57
Yes, fingers firmly crossed for results tomorrow. Quite a lot going on with the Budget happening as well...who knows what that will bring?

Slightly worrying that the US market is drifting off a bit too at the moment and, as we all know, we NEED to follow that down slavishly(but not up!) and without question.

Good fortune to one and all(though not shorters) :-)

cwa1
05/3/2024
16:50
Wakey wakey

Heads up for the am

Good luck all

jubberjim
05/3/2024
14:13
I dont think full year will be that good
after the write off in the first half,
But next first half is another story.

morgoth1
05/3/2024
13:50
Last set of F/Y results for our esteemed CEO so I doubt that he would not want to move on without an expression of full optimism for the future of LGEN he has built. His legacy is assured and well deserved.
cyberian
05/3/2024
12:34
I would be happy with a stonking set of numbers and good forward guidance.

The market will do what the market will do and as long as the company is doing well we have to hope that one day the share price reflects that.

Good luck all 👍🏻

tuftymatt
05/3/2024
12:24
If it does plummet tomorrow (or say drop 5%) then that'll be an opportunity to buy/add. Personally, I'd like a stonking set of numbers with good forward guidance and the share price to fall 10%. So I can add.
chiefbrody
05/3/2024
11:40
Obviously the elephant in the room adding to all this is the amount of cash in interest earning risk free deposits and yes I see the share price is rising but?
123trev
05/3/2024
11:33
zac: thanks for those figures. I tend to view my holdings in LGEN and PHNX particularly, and probably BATS, RECI and TFIF as alternatives to an annuity. For that reason I'm disinclined to sell these holdings so a drop in share price becomes academic.

I hold other shares that I'm looking for a quick upward movement and then cash-out for a small but decent percentage return.

ABDN is a classic example. RR likewise but I don't want to cashout too soon on that as I believe there's a long way to go.

Tomorrow is both budget day and full year L&G results.

There will be people in the 'know' if there's anything in the budget that may affect Life Assurers such as LGEN and PHNX.

Interesting times.

mcunliffe1
05/3/2024
11:31
I Like Beer - " . . . Are you sure the total return figure is correct? . . ." Yes.

" . . . Fund platforms have a habit of calculating that you paid for reinvested dividends . . ." - They do. Because it is a cost.

You've bought more shares. Instead of receiving the dividends they were reinvested on the 12 month anniversary of your purchase your total return today, over the 5 year period, would be 19.4%

zac0_4
05/3/2024
11:30
Given the write downs in the first half the unknown impact of IFRS on the full year and the current punishment given for failure at the minute the risk/ reward here doesn’t stack up for me. The new CEO exploring new avenues boutique investment advice from an ex chancellor to a banker a few other major changes hmmm could be wrong but hey sleep is important to me lol.
123trev
05/3/2024
11:22
" . . . Dividends may have been more than 25% . . ."

You are correct. In fact had you purchased 5 years ago today you would have received dividends to the value of almost 32% of your initial investment. The problem you (we) face is that if you sell today your capital has reduced by 15%. So, a total return of 17% (ish)

zac0_4
05/3/2024
11:17
i hope it is not a huge plummet day tomorrow on the results. It always seems to happen these days on good and bad news with UK shares. Anyway i am holding firm and looking at the divi. Will buy more if the opportunity arrises.
supermarky
05/3/2024
10:31
GB00B2Q6HW61:GBX



above link will provide some info.

mcunliffe1
05/3/2024
10:06
Thanks MCuncliffe1! I'll read up on the fund.
huckers
05/3/2024
10:01
Sorry: I should have expanded upon the code but matron shouted my porridge was ready :-)

The ISIN or CITI codes are easier to define a specific fund as there's so, so many with similar names.

mcunliffe1
05/3/2024
09:38
"What on earth is GB00B2Q6HW61:GBX?!" - Legal & General International Index Trust
zac0_4
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