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MNG M&g Plc

201.70
0.40 (0.20%)
24 May 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
M&g Plc LSE:MNG London Ordinary Share GB00BKFB1C65 ORD �0.05
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.40 0.20% 201.70 201.40 201.60 201.80 199.30 199.30 4,879,002 16:35:12
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Life Insurance 10.63B 297M 0.1265 15.92 4.73B
M&g Plc is listed in the Life Insurance sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker MNG. The last closing price for M&g was 201.30p. Over the last year, M&g shares have traded in a share price range of 181.65p to 241.10p.

M&g currently has 2,348,000,000 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of M&g is £4.73 billion. M&g has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 15.92.

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
28/3/2024
19:36
luder
russian hack

adejuk
28/3/2024
19:30
My post was merely responding to the other peoples posts about our conservative government. Nothing more and nothing less.

So stop winging.

luderitz
28/3/2024
19:18
Spud, would you consider creating a thread? You have a gold standard set with Aviva, perhaps replicate that success?
rongetsrich
28/3/2024
18:23
Filtered Ludelitz. I don't need you tell mw it's wrong. Time and a place...
petewy
28/3/2024
18:14
An unmoderated board can become a tiresome place for genuine investors to glean knowledge and unfortunately this is becoming the case here. spud
spud
28/3/2024
18:08
Repeat from before. Stop. There is. No need on a shares forum. Don't make the war an issue that stops people seeing your posts on relevant matter.
rongetsrich
28/3/2024
17:48
You make a valid point, and present well.Time to finish the ridicule and move on.Scruffy, you never answered the question about me and CFDs, so I gather you've educated yourself on what I said I did with shares alone. Nuff said, muppet.So who is waiting for a take-over?
rongetsrich
28/3/2024
16:23
George osborne "austerity for everyone except the spoilt tory filth" 650k per yr for 1 day a week....but hey they came into politics to make our lives better hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha
nemesis6
28/3/2024
16:14
Louis, I think that's the love of his life!
hedgefundkick
28/3/2024
15:34
Louis Brandeis, re 4594...

Absolutely hilarious, you pompous twit. Go and play with your fantasy millions. I'm off to enjoy myself...

woodhawk
28/3/2024
15:31
Woodhawk

I was actually advising others who are looking to gain knowledge here rather than yourself. No matter what you say, and what record you have, your method is flawed. I have ALREADY given you reasons why. That is also before we might consider ‘opportunity cost’. Had you used a better methodology and found the right companies that had high ROE and high ROCE that reinvested capital at high returns - rather than you investing dividends in companies that were likely to have low ROE and low ROCE - that few hundred K, or whatever it is you have, could be worth millions.

I made £4M in the ‘90s executing my ‘method’. I now know it wasn’t my method that drove that success at all. It was more to do with right-place-at-the-right-time than any ‘method’ I chose short of being absolutely stupid. You would do better if you recognised that fact too. As I have said before, central bank policy since 2008 has pretty much driven all assets far beyond their intrinsic worth now that interest rates are normalising. Companies will not have the ability to invest capital for the same returns they had a few years back. Consumers will not have the same disposable income. Choosing an investment method is critical more today than at any time this century. I would advise others to not follow your method blindly.

louis brandeis
28/3/2024
15:30
I'm astonished at all the whingeing about Labour.
It's the Tories who have savaged both capital gains and dividend allowances, reducing both to a fraction of what they were. It is they who have frozen income allowances until 2028; and it is they who have made this country largely uninvestable since the idiotic Johnson championed the Brexit vote. The City clearly believes that Rachel Reeves will be a far more capable Chancellor than Hunt. And I haven't even mentioned those lunatics Truss and Kwarteng.

woodhawk
28/3/2024
14:48
If you fail to prepare, then prepare to fail🤔
dutchguilder
28/3/2024
14:33
labour has said that council tax groupings will be looked into which will mean possible many will end up in higher codes as the value of property especially in the south has grown so much,our house being one like many here..
lippy4
28/3/2024
14:24
adejuk,

Well done for working to 80 and enjoying it! I became freelance in 1985, basically pursuing my 'hobby' for the next 30 years and loving nearly every minute. Despite being relatively well-paid, I was still glad to finally give it up a few years ago.

When Labour get in, as they will - there is no way they will tamper with existing ISAs.

woodhawk
28/3/2024
14:13
i think woody is a buffet avatar!
most of mine is in divi stocks at circa 11% and, recently, large cap growth.
however, foolishly, i hold only 6 and am planning to diversify when i cash in my sipp.
i am almost 80 and still earn a great deal [hostage to fortune]!. it makes decisions much harder when you don't want to retire and can still practice.
why would anyone want to retire?
work is not only fun and rewarding but it keeps you alive.

adejuk
28/3/2024
14:10
I get your point to plan for worst case of Labour government , so unless they cancel all our TAX FEE ISA investments, I think I am fairly covered. I have 3 years to retire and majority of my investments, I feel will be resilient to change. Heres hoping anyway..GLA
tornado12
28/3/2024
14:04
I wouldn’t touch the left leaning Times, so touché!
I haven’t let on about my investing style, so a snapshot on what I’ve done here won’t give anything, again.
A mix of infinity investing and compounding.
Nothing to boast about, but kind of trumps the income that Woody boasts of, and if he’s drawing a pension he’s significantly older than me.
One piece of advice, if I may, start looking at the worst Labour will do to you. Take it or leave it, but we all should have plan!

rongetsrich
28/3/2024
13:49
Hence the (current) large yields and discounts to NAV.
woodhawk
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