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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Legal & General Group LSE:LGEN London Ordinary Share GB0005603997 ORD 2 1/2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.60p -0.62% 256.30p 2,489,382 13:53:56
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
256.20p 256.30p 258.00p 255.20p 256.00p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Life Insurance 40,491.00 2,061.00 31.87 8.0 15,277.4

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Date Time Title Posts
18/1/201919:46Legal and General4,421
26/6/201715:16who just bought 60 000 000 shares2
12/9/201608:04LGEN poised for a VERY BIG drop.............557
17/3/201608:01Legal & General (LGEN) announcement17
03/9/201416:23Is Legal & General being defrauded?3

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Legal & General Daily Update: Legal & General Group is listed in the Life Insurance sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker LGEN. The last closing price for Legal & General was 257.90p.
Legal & General Group has a 4 week average price of 221.80p and a 12 week average price of 221.80p.
The 1 year high share price is 287.60p while the 1 year low share price is currently 221.80p.
There are currently 5,960,768,234 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 18,299,533 shares. The market capitalisation of Legal & General Group is £15,319,174,361.38.
cheshire pete: yes ttid, quite happy to watch the divis accrue in the ISA, in time the share price should look after itself....hopefully.
tornado12: Popper, I have been in this share for about 4 months and range has been around 240 to 260p. It won’t float your boat for share price growth but their divi growth in last 5 yrs is one of the best in FTSE. It’s also well covered by earnings and their portfolio growth is also impressive. Clearly I wished I brought at 240p but not complaining since still get a good divi rate around 5.7% and increasing above 6% next year. For me very good inside a balanced risk portfolio
this_time_its_different: I use LGEN as my bond allocation. I expect little to no share price growth, but I'll take that 6.5% growing divi, thank you very much.
otemple3: He owns VRS and is complaining about a falling share price here! Very odd!
essentialinvestor: I hold a small amount, however do not view LGEN as a conservative capital preservation holding. There is a long term share price chart in the header. Financials will generally outperform in a bull market and often magnify wider equity weakness in a bear market.
spcecks: Nearing retirement and have sold a lot of my riskier shares and bought into these as I like the great dividend growth and yield so not worried about share price fluctuations.
tornado12: I am a recent buyer to L&G adding to my portfolio a boring company for share price growth but a good company for Dividend growth. At 6% yield I don’t see any bank offering this prospect in years to come. With safely stowed in ISA & Divi reinvestment approach it doesn’t bother me the trend in share price. It’s a long term investment and totally boring for any market players. For dealers you need fate 250 or AIM to get the blood boiling
damanko: bothdavis & gbh2, good to see a lively and friendly debate on a BB, no silly stuff or arguments between you. I'm a long term holder, due to reinvestment of dividends (always, of course...) - my buying price is in the region of 90 odd pence. I have a starting yield in the region of 15%, I can see no reason to sell anytime soon. Though as I'm approaching 60 that date will surely come, money in the bank may produce close to zero in income, but it is real money, and won't start collapsing in value if and when the market crashes. Which, with all the political nonsense going on both sides of the Atlantic, may well happen sooner rather than later. We'll see... 2008/9 saw decent, well run companies fall off a cliff in terms of share price as well as basket cases. Sadly, that may well happen again, especially with anything to do with the financial sector.
its the oxman: I'm afraid the share price has been frustrating to say the least for the last three years. Good results come and go and the share price just treads water. Added today though in the hope of seeing a move back toward 290p.
speedsgh: No need to be disappointed. The muted response by the LGEN share price following the bounce in the wider market today would probably suggest that you will be able to pick some up under 200p on the next leg down in the market. LGEN likely still in falling knife mode. Aimho.
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