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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
London Stock Exchange Group Plc LSE:LSE London Ordinary Share GB00B0SWJX34 ORD SHS 6 79/86P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 8,620.00 0.00 01:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
8,602.00 8,606.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 2,056.00 651.00 119.50 72.1 30,295
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 8,620.00 GBX

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27/5/2021
11:38
stutes: Going on this morning's trade , possibly somewhat affected by nerves ahead of key USA data, the market is unhappy with LSE's management re Refinitiv? If the next update from LSE is poorly received by the City will it mean CEO & Chairman are out?
04/5/2021
10:28
stutes: The recent crash of Refinitiv terminals raises concerns in that how much money is required to fix the glitches, stop customers switching to say Bloomberg and update the systems generally? I read how Euronext intend to close their UK data centre and move to an Italian location, the concern was more that UK traders could face nano second delays. If nano seconds are so critical, should Refinitiv customers opt to run both Refinitiv and Bloomberg systems so as to avoid or limit exposure to system crashes? I appreciate the integration of Refinitiv is only 3 to 4 months in but how LSE works through IT integration is surely critical for LSE shareholders?
28/1/2021
11:18
growthpotential: Holding LSE in a long term portfolio which I hopefully don't have to access!
12/3/2020
15:55
hatfullofsky: Fantastic opportunity to get in here. Volumes will be going through the roof at LSE and LCH
31/1/2020
10:16
thamestrader: I am firmly AGAINST shortening LSE's hours. Here's why.... 1. More news, good or bad, will happen while LSE is closed, resulting in even more/bigger gapping up/down at the open, while little people like me are excluded from the action. 2. It's my hobby, why would I want less access? 3. LSE punches above its weight partly because it has long hours, bridges other key markets. 4. They keep saying Wall Street has shorter hours. This is because the USA is a massive economy, a leader, not a sheep, it can get away with it. It also cannot open before California (3 or 4 hours behind) wakes up, and needs to let people home before NY grinds to a halt in the evenings. 5. They keep saying work-life balance and mental health. Ever heard of shift work? They could shorten peoples' hours and have early late shifts. Also means they wouldn't have to travel in the rush-hour, taking strain off them and our bursting-at-the-seams transport system.
18/11/2019
12:06
datait: Amizon and ebay are in talks to take over share trading for buying and selling. This would be great no city rip off merchants.
11/9/2019
11:51
luderitz: Correction! Share prices don’t go anyone’s way they only go up or down according to demand.
11/9/2019
10:34
chc15: Share price all over the place, what's the thinking here, it won't happen? If not someone else will, uk plc on offer...
11/9/2019
10:21
luderitz: Thanks Apollo, Hong Kong made a takeover bid today for LSE so the share price is all over the place at the mo.
11/9/2019
00:30
apollocreed1: @Luderitz- There's a trade in the markets at the moment being called a "rotation" where the belief that monetary easing by central banks this month will create economic growth is directing traders to sell high quality, proxy-bond stocks like LSE and "rotate" into cheaper "value" stocks that may do better if growth improves. LSE has fallen simultaneously with Unilever, Diageo, Paypal, Microsoft, Facebook and virtually every stock that you will see in the portfolios of Lindsell Train and Fundsmith has had a massive fall over the last 2-3 trading days. Those 2 funds hold high-quality proxy-bond stocks and they have suddenly gone out of favour. So the indices are slightly up, but they are being led up by the rally in banking stocks and similar stocks that were considered rubbish until last week. See Jim Cramer talking about rotation at this link today: https://www.cnbc.com/2019/09/09/cramer-tells-the-stocks-investors-are-rotating-to-on-trade-fed-hopes.html And these articles: https://www.cnbc.com/2019/09/10/a-sudden-transformation-in-the-stock-market-unnerved-investors.html https://www.cnbc.com/2019/09/10/investors-dump-winners-and-buy-economically-sensitive-stocks.html
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