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MNG M&g Plc

207.10
0.90 (0.44%)
21 Jun 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
  0.90 0.44% 207.10 206.20 206.40 207.20 203.70 206.10 17,917,627 16:35:23
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Life Insurance 10.63B 297M 0.1265 16.31 4.84B
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 206.20p. 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 £4.84 billion. M&g has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 16.31.

M&g Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
15/4/2024
08:44
180p still in the shorts list:)
baldrick1
15/4/2024
07:55
M&G
Interactive Investor
This FTSE 100 savings and investment giant’s unusually high 9.5% dividend yield could be a sign that “something is profoundly wrong”. M&G has been getting little love from the market, with the shares trading on a forward price/earnings (p/e) ratio of eight, compared with 11 for peer Aviva. Yet annual accounts suggest it has “a decent cash chest” to support the payout. Provided “management has its act together”, there are also “good odds of dividend growth”. The shares thus offer an attractive income with a chance of capital gains should the price correct to something more sensible. 207p

masurenguy
14/4/2024
11:11
Yes 180-190p a good top up price range. Will see where this is after divi payment comes in. For sure expect a drop tomorrow GLA
tornado12
14/4/2024
06:54
The fall in the US on Friday, coupled with the news from the Middle East pretty much guarantees a southbound share price. These may well be 190 very soon. Time to divert other dividends methinks.
rongetsrich
13/4/2024
18:35
Like many others around you.
klotzak
13/4/2024
18:20
Nearly 10% yield, double what I'm earning in cash interest.
smurfy2001
13/4/2024
15:49
Exactly my plan with LGEN.That constipated fella from yesterday will probs have a pop, but at least there's now 2 of us that have seen this present pattern. Good luck!
rongetsrich
13/4/2024
14:54
Thanks. I own MNG, Aviva and Phoenix so I have seen this happen over the past couple of days. LGEN goes ex div on 25th so I'll probably sell half of my shares there before then.Cheers
paulboz
13/4/2024
13:29
What Skinny has posted. I started chatting about it when the interim was released, you could also read stuff on the AV. and LGEN boards about 12 months ago. There is evidence that it works, it's not shorting - it's small RIs making a few £ before the XD date. Of late, with MNG and now AV. it's proven to be a good source of income (read the same amount as the divi) but paid early. It's better wrapped, which you do, and right now you would have cash, rather than a deflated share price.
rongetsrich
13/4/2024
12:48
Thanks, Skinny. That thread is the one I found but it seems to concentrate solely on MNG rather than high yielding shares in general.
paulboz
13/4/2024
11:28
Do you have a link to that LSE chat please? I can see the LSE chat about MNG but that just repeats what I see here. Thanks
paulboz
13/4/2024
09:42
For those interested, LSE have posters talking about that different way to make money from high yielding shares. Live and let live, money (to most) is money.
rongetsrich
12/4/2024
19:13
I hope we both make it. In the mean time, get over yourself and enjoy!
rongetsrich
12/4/2024
19:08
sadly. shabbat calls
i will continue my evisceration of you on monday

adejuk
12/4/2024
19:06
4770 proved to most you should learn to behave. Sociopath, fiend, bounder or cad. I respect . Now I never started this, but I do not care how many books you write or how much you earn,
move on, and we’ll get along just fine.

rongetsrich
12/4/2024
19:03
rgr
you are a sociopath
i can respect your views when they aren't ad hominem
otherwise your are and always will be an ass
no apols for being personal

adejuk
12/4/2024
19:00
Please just respect other posters and their views that may or may not coincide with yours, everyone wants to make money.
rongetsrich
12/4/2024
18:34
rgr - if that 80 yr comment is directed at me
i earn 300k a year
have written more books than you have read
f you - twit
edit ; supercilious twit

adejuk
12/4/2024
16:42
Spawny, I have to bite my lip there, at nearly 80 they're entitled to get muddled and confused. Seemingly those that buy and sell pre XD are now shorters?GLA, it has further to fall, as the money has moved on to the next dividend paying share coming up in 6 or so weeks. It's essentially dead money for 3-4 months, but a great time to buy in to go long.
rongetsrich
12/4/2024
16:40
@adejuk


VWRL
HMWO
GGRP (my favourite)
FGQD (another holding)

5 Year Total return on MNG = 0
5 Year TR on GGRP = 12.59%/pa
VWRL = 11.56%

Just to be fair

Aviva = 10.69%
LGEN= 3.47%
PHNX= 1.47%

marksp2011
12/4/2024
16:39
Cassini they also refine for their own mkts and war machine so need to now import refined product
dope007
12/4/2024
16:33
Adejuk MNG own shares in SMDS I believe and IPP has just made a bid for SMDS. I don't think it's anything for MNG shareholders to get too excited or bothered about.
spawny100
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