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
  132.00 1.56% 8,570.00 101,166 14:59:22
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
8,570.00 8,574.00 8,614.00 8,490.00 8,538.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 2,056.00 651.00 119.50 71.7 30,119
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
14:58:38 AT 76 8,570.00 GBX

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London Stock Exchange Daily Update: London Stock Exchange Group Plc is listed in the General Financial sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker LSE. The last closing price for London Stock Exchange was 8,438p.
London Stock Exchange Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 8,130p and a 12 week average price of 7,686p.
The 1 year high share price is 8,746p while the 1 year low share price is currently 5,300p.
There are currently 351,447,122 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 571,952 shares. The market capitalisation of London Stock Exchange Group Plc is £30,083,873,643.20.
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...
thomasthetank1: Read AlphaValue's note on LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE GROUP (LSE), out this morning, by visiting hxxps:// "More than two months after the Deutsche Boerse/LSEG merger announcement which was immediately followed by ICE’s formal interest in the latter, the share price of the UK stock exchange is 7% lower than its highest levels (around 2900p)... This takes into account a probable counter-bid by another major stock exchange, be it HKEx (Hong Kong Exchanges), CME or especially ICE followed then by another bid by a willing Deutsche Boerse. We had indeed estimated..."
dins1249: Anyone any ideas why LSE price slipping so much when one knows ICE may put in a counter bid any time?
alphabeta4: Not me Hooley but being honest the sad truth is I'm here to make money not to save the UK economy. IMO the share price seems to be pricing in the deal and £200m cost savings but not the competitor bids which I suspect are highly likely to result given a marketplace with low significant M&A opportunities and obvious cost savings to be had.
broadwood: London Stock Exchange shares surged in early trade after New York's Intercontinental Exchange confirmed it was considering making a bid for the UK exchange to rival Deutsche Boerse's. ICE, which owns the New York Stock Exchange, said no approach has been made yet. "There can be no certainty that any offer will be made, nor as to the terms on which any offer will be made. A further announcement will be made as appropriate," it said. Last week, LSE and Deutsche Boerse confirmed they were in discussions about a potential merger. Under the terms of the potential deal, LSE shareholders would receive 0.4421 new shares in exchange for each LSE share and Deutsche Boerse holders would get one new share in exchange for each DB share. This would mean Deutsche Boerse shareholders would hold 54.4% while LSE shareholders would have a 45.6% stake in the combined group
amber123: Do we have underlying issues with the new FTSE Stock Exchange Software, as is NOT working as it should do, based on today's problems ? (25.02.11) . Are there any functional changes in the new software release, which may effect and unnecessarily distort shares values?. I ask this question based on a holding and monitoring of Randgold (RRS) Share prices against the Price of spot Gold per oz.. I have an issue with lowly priced Randgold Shares (RRS), which gives me a current large paper loss with 3150 shares, due to the unrealistic low RRS share price being in the £50 bracket.. Comparing recent historic RRS (Randgold) Share prices against Gold share price ratios at the $1400 oz plus levels (on the last spot Gold Price values all time high), and the RRS SP's then, my RRS (Randgold) share share price should NOW be at the £60.00 mark, not the £50.00,they are these days, in comparison to the earlier record high Gold peaked. Why these days do we have large price differences on this Gold price up cycle, currently? Is it due to Market Maker manipulation or the new software limitations, at the stock exchange, which inhibits an increasing in RRS share price values, so they should and would be at the new up price of $1400 oz Gold SP, in the £60 range. ??? Of course it could be that the banks are holding shorting positions, which they are off-loading before hiking the RRS Share Price. Hence inhibiting the current share price. Any Comments please?
dfgo: DFGO - 14 Feb'11 - 17:15 - 72993 of 72994 edit 16.50 advfn close price gkp £2.0387 3,584818 shares traded muneyam close price £1.50 2,729.047 traded 53.87p difference. advfn now £1.5951 DFGO - 14 Feb'11 - 17:18 - 72994 of 72994 edit it appear that the last price even late changes share price
cyberpost: Jp for example (none sets) SEA closed on Friday @ 25.5p (25p - 26p) Share price now is : 24.5p - 26p That is down 0.5p But ADVFN is showing it as down 0.32.. with mid being 25.18p... because it's taking last trade as the mid price (last trade was 168 shares @ 25.18p)
etome: Investment Column: The LSE sails through choppy waters Our view: Buy Share price: 626.5p (+22p) The London Stock Exchange has had a rocky ride recently, so much so that after moving back into the FTSE 100 index of blue chips stocks, it was booted off again in the June index review. The weakness means that when it comes to valuation, the shares seem to promise value, with LSE trading on a multiple of 9.7 times forward earnings, according to Numis. The question is whether Xavier Rolet, the ex-Lehman Brothers banker who succeeded Dame Clara Furse as the group's chief executive, can steer this ship through market conditions that are likely to remain uninspiring – the company used the term "mixed" in an update published yesterday – over the coming months. If he can, the market should drive this stock back into the benchmark index. If not, it may simply drift as the dust thrown up by the recent market turmoil settles. Crystal ball gazing is a tortuous occupation at the best of times but for what its worth, we think that UK market share will be one of the defining issues when it comes to performance. As Numis noted yesterday, LSE still has much to do on this account, but the auguries are promising. Recent price changes have made the LSE more competitive, and compared to April, the exchange's share of trading of UK cash equities was up in June. Crucially, LSE also made gains on the competitive FTSE 100 market, with its share rising from 54.8 per cent in April to 57.4 per cent in last month. This suggests that, despite its shares being down around 14 per cent since the beginning of April (part of which, it must be said, was probably down to the general weakness in sentiment as Europe dealt with its sovereign debt woes), the LSE is having some success in stopping business from shifting to other venues. Mr Rolet and his team are clearly on the right track. Given the undemanding valuation, we're willing to stake our bets on further success. Buy.
highlands: LSE keep buying back shares to keep share price up. I don't think that is very imsginative and they cannot keep buying back for ever. They are due a fall back to sub £7 and nothing short of a bid will stop that.
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