Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Man Group Plc LSE:EMG London Ordinary Share GB00B83VD954 ORD USD0.03428571
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.05p +0.03% 149.50p 5,387,805 16:35:07
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
149.60p 149.75p 151.65p 149.65p 149.95p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 752.79 218.00 13.57 11.0 2,306.1

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22/5/201905:36Shareholder rebellion276
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Trade Time Trade Price Trade Size Trade Value Trade Type
2019-05-21 17:29:12149.50466696.67O
2019-05-21 17:28:15149.814,8867,319.67O
2019-05-21 16:44:12150.458,57212,896.23O
2019-05-21 16:41:34150.886651,003.35O
2019-05-21 16:34:55149.50199297.51O
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Man Daily Update: Man Group Plc is listed in the General Financial sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker EMG. The last closing price for Man was 149.45p.
Man Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 143.05p and a 12 week average price of 128.35p.
The 1 year high share price is 197.35p while the 1 year low share price is currently 124.15p.
There are currently 1,542,547,125 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 8,185,661 shares. The market capitalisation of Man Group Plc is £2,306,107,951.88.
truffle: J P Morgan are doing a good job so far. Buy-back average approx. 140.60 whilst current share price about 152.00
colonelgrim: Here yuh go, you think the VIX goes UP, man share price goes DOWN, the VIX goes DOWN, man share price goes UP! You're clearly wrong, “broker manipulation” is the only reason our share price is where it is today, and heres the proof...
truffle: Since October 2016 the company has repurchased about 160 million shares, approx. 9-10% of its shares in issue and the buy back programme is still ongoing. If the performance and profits are reasonable going forward, the effects of the buy back programme should begin to be felt in either the share price, or the yield through the dividend, or even both. IMHO
colonelgrim: FAO: Man Group Remuneration Committee 31st December 2017 Share Price = 207.2p management compensation = $59,412,000 31st December 2018 Share Price = 133.0p management compensation = $51,392,000 Share Price @ Dec 17, and @ Dec 18, a fall of some 35.8% Remuneration @ Dec 17, and @ Dec 18, a fall of some 13.5% As share holders we do accept the proposal to pay for poor performance in our share price at the expense of director greed. It is imperative that remuneration MUST relate to performance, and as such a disparity of some 22.3% is WRONG. Paying these gypsies for failure, by blaming the market, is totally unacceptable, the remuneration for the year ending 2018 MUST NOT EXCEED $38,142,504
andrewbaker: The dividend is good: shame about the share price!
colonelgrim: Pleased to see you gypsy AT traders are closing your short positions this morning after my final result alert yesterday. Morning Luke me ol'pal, Be sure to increase our dividend substantially for the finals, cos your certainly not helping 'investor value' either by share price, or by throwing good money after share buy-back!
colonelgrim: Clearly the net asset value (NAV) trend has a positive correlation with the daily share buy-back figures, and the daily share price has a negative correlation to both the nav and the bb. Why does the share price not hold a correlation to the buy-back volume as you would expect(?), well its looking like our share price is remaining true to the ftse100 benchmark, and ignoring all other market factors. Call the ftse100, and you call emg!
colonelgrim: Small point of interest regarding our dividend yield, our management in their wisdom have deemed to spend some £69,411,616 on this round of buy-back, that has increased the value of our dividend yield by 1.85%, thats an added 0.00285 pence per share! If instead of wasting that £69,411,616 on buy-back all share holders would have benefitted by a staggering 27.87% increase in our dividend yield, an extra 4.3 pence each! "Man Group plc's (the "Company") policy is to distribute available capital surpluses to shareholders over time, by way of higher dividend payments and/or share repurchases..." [1] We're certainly not getting any value back at all either through our share price, and certainly not back through dividend yield! Time to oust our poor management it would seem. (I don't mean poor in the financial sense either). Reference: [1]
truffle: Perhaps you could explain this one for us. 'With just £4 million to use up brokers will no longer have cause to depress the SP' The reality is that brokers know when a company is effectively acting as a support to its share price with buy-backs and so why would they have cause to depress the share price? They would presumably hold back from selling too many shares and hope the broker handing the buy-back will have to pay a higher price? Or am I missing something here?
colonelgrim: Get'on there Trip, good to hear from you, and the lads of course, Wil and spookey. You mention this share being suppressed, yes it most certainly is, but I've noticed that as soon as the buy-back brokers have used up each current $100 mil, the share price just rockets, so clearly the brokers are manipulating downwards whilst any one round of buy-back is in operation, no good for the share price but provides a reasonable yield. As for the buy-back volumes, just find the whole thing difficult to reckon, if you check the daily 'O' sell trades you won't find anything like the volumes posted on our daily communiqué, I can only think these shares are coming from the likes of Crispin Odey, or some large institutional holder, but I’m amazed at any figures above 200,000 a day, and look forward to the day when buy-back volumes return to believable levels. The negative correlation between EMG & FTSE trend, again, ‘BUY-BACK̵7;, and crooked brokers.
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