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LSEG London Stock Exchange Group Plc

118.00 (1.31%)
08 Dec 2023 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
London Stock Exchange Group Plc LSEG London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
118.00 1.31% 9,100.00 16:35:08
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
8,978.00 8,956.00 9,104.00 9,100.00 8,982.00
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Posted at 18/4/2023 10:15 by zam1
Why is LSEG dropping Can any one predict where it will bottom?
Posted at 12/12/2022 12:24 by trcml
I thank UBS for kindly plunging the sp, thereby enabling me to top up and reach my target holding. This morning's announcement of LSEG and Microsoft should help get the share price up to £8+ sooner than later.
Posted at 11/11/2022 14:36 by trcml
they don't have a monopoly: they provide and maintain the infrastructure for the London market in stocks and shares but they have no control over whether shareholders buy or sell. It is only if shareholders do that their activity contributes to LSEG revenue.
Posted at 13/10/2022 09:51 by trcml
Some sort of trading statement due on 21 October. I dp hope LSEG is doing well out of the markets' volatility.
Posted at 27/4/2022 16:38 by gregmorg
Well, the AGM statement today was full and extremely positive. A joy to read! This has never been and is highly unlikely to become a dividend stock (management at various times and in various ways have made this very clear) but that doesn't mean the
great annual dividend increases, even from this level, are to be sneezed at! Of course today's share price drop most likely reflects that the shares will be XD as of AM 28.04
Posted at 27/4/2022 10:51 by trcml
Companies do not (or rarely) have regard to the prevailing share price when setting the dividend, but how much they can afford to pay out. From a new investor's perspective, the current yield isn't that good but for existing long term holders whose purchase share price is much lower it is probably very good.
Posted at 26/4/2022 16:50 by trcml
Of all the companies on the LSE, i reckon LSEG is the only one to buy into. Reenue comes from anyone buying and selling shaes in any of the companies quoted on the exchange, IPOs, listing fees, members of the Stock exchange, and an extensive range of services and financial products that LSEG offers. Which for the most part continues regardless of what happens to the FTSE indices let alone the ups and downs of quoted company sps.

And as for Refinitive, a vast resource of information about companies galore. I appreciate that the market had its doubts about the price that LSEG paid for r and its ability to achieve a proper retur on capital but so far the doubters have had their doubts dispelled. whether the share price will fall to around £63 again who knows but as a buying opportunity I only wish I could afford more.

There are not many cos on the LSE whose dividends has increased every year and which has no obvious need to raise capital to rights issues or such like.
Posted at 03/3/2022 09:19 by 1nf3rn0
London Stock Exchange Group PLC on Thursday reported a more-than-doubled pretax profit for 2021 after strong growth across all of its businesses, and said that it is confident about its outlook.The FTSE 100 stock-exchange and financial-information company posted a pretax profit of 987 million pounds ($1.32 billion) compared with GBP492 million a year earlier.Adjusted earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization--a metric that strips out exceptional and other one-off items--rose 8.3% to GBP3.28 billion. The company's performance was above market views of adjusted Ebitda at GBP3.23 billion, taken from its compiled consensus.The group's total income excluding recoveries rose to GBP6.81 billion from GBP6.77 billion for the prior year. Total income was expected to be GBP7.13 billion, according to the group's compiled forecasts.Regarding its costs, the company said its cost-synergy plan is running significantly ahead of target, achieving a run rate of GBP151 million. There will be an additional GBP50 million in cost synergies, increasing its five-year target to at least GBP400 million a year, LSEG said.In October, the company said it was comfortably on target to deliver a full-year run rate cost synergy of GBP125 million, ahead of plan.LSEG's operations in Russia and Ukraine account for less than 1% of total income, it added.The board declared a 27% increase in its full-year dividend of 95 pence a share, after proposing a final dividend of 70 pence a share."All of our businesses produced good results and are well positioned in markets demonstrating strong growth," Chief Executive David Schwimmer said
Posted at 02/3/2022 17:33 by trcml
And again today. On balance, I reckon that out of all the quoted cos LSEG is by far and away the best in terms of revenue. Every single trade and they get paid.
Posted at 01/11/2021 11:37 by disneydonald
I guess the market is showing it's a lack of confidence in the managements ability to deliver on the acquisition. Can't see any real appreciation or recovery until more positive news flow, and that will take time. However, I do suspect that eventually they will be able to provide positive updates on revenue, margin and growth, but I fear that will be later next year. If you are patient then a good opportunity to pick up shares on those bad days :-)

Speaking from personal experience, major IT integration programmes of the likes that LSEG have taken on are easy for Executives to sell to investors, than they are to deliver at street level. Long established IT platforms like LSEG's have typically evolved from a lower tech base, and do not lend themselves to integration easily. It will likely be a real wrestle to integrate with the Refinitiv platforms (which of course might also be old tech). Remember the not too distant banking IT integrations, and most UK GOV attempts at large scale IT. I have no direct experience of working on LSEG's and Refinitiv's IT platforms, but a lifetime of planning / architecting same.

I suspect that as integration project timescales slip management will succumb to throwing more cash at the problem and likely bring in a systems integrator (at some cost) to try and deliver. This usually equates to throwing more men and shovels into the hole.

However, as I mentioned earlier, at these prices they are a decent mid term buy only if the management can get a grip of the IT integration programme, otherwise we are destined for more volatility. Buckle up ...

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