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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Man Group Plc LSE:EMG London Ordinary Share JE00BJ1DLW90 ORD USD0.0342857142
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -5.30 -4.24% 119.70 5,795,439 16:35:09
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
118.75 119.00 127.50 117.90 127.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 839.24 231.49 14.25 7.9 1,831
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:57:57 O 39,779 119.70 GBX

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Trade Time Trade Price Trade Size Trade Value Trade Type
2020-03-30 17:30:10119.7039,77947,615.46O
2020-03-30 17:29:43119.7084,610101,278.17O
2020-03-30 16:58:22119.7067,86681,235.60O
2020-03-30 16:48:05119.4416,07319,197.11O
2020-03-30 16:47:37119.66282,568338,132.17O
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30/3/2020
09:20
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 125p.
Man Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 84.72p and a 12 week average price of 84.72p.
The 1 year high share price is 177.10p while the 1 year low share price is currently 84.72p.
There are currently 1,529,264,621 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 5,306,223 shares. The market capitalisation of Man Group Plc is £1,830,529,751.34.
11/3/2020
07:57
colonelgrim: "PRIVATE INVESTORS PLEASE NOTE" Do not be looking to enter here as a sensible investment, as our dividend continues to fall, along with the share price, and Credit Suisse have not finished driving this through the floor! Good luck all long suffering certificated shareholders here (I suppose that includes you Luke!), a train wreck to the rest of you chancers!
21/2/2020
13:22
frontdoor bull: BIG LOAD FROM HER THIS TIME. colonelgrim21 Feb '20 - 13:02 - 2613 of 2613 0 0 0 nyone think this is a BUY at this price? If yes, post your reasoning! I say a NOT BUY, my reasoning: poor yield greedy management poorly performing black-boxes declining FUM nil special payments cash reserves given away continued falling share price So there you have my reasons why private investors should not buy this, Let's have your reasoning to put a BUY recommendation on this steaming mound! LOL LOL LOL
21/2/2020
13:02
colonelgrim: nyone think this is a BUY at this price? If yes, post your reasoning! I say a NOT BUY, my reasoning: poor yield greedy management poorly performing black-boxes declining FUM nil special payments cash reserves given away continued falling share price So there you have my reasons why private investors should not buy this, Let's have your reasoning to put a BUY recommendation on this steaming mound!
21/2/2020
09:06
colonelgrim: Anyone think this is a BUY at this price? If yes, post your reasoning! I say a NOT BUY, my reasoning: poor yield greedy management poorly performing black-boxes declining FUM nil special payments cash reserves given away continued falling share price So there you have my reasons why private investors should not buy this, Let's have your reasoning to put a BUY recommendation on this steaming mound!
21/2/2020
07:32
colonelgrim: You're right PaPa, "The company has bought almost 250m shares (phenomenal amount of cash spent) share price back in 2015 was 190 with over 1.755bn in issue. Jeeez." Those Chimps seem to have forgotten the important bits that make share prices rise or fall, share price dyeing on its feet year on year, dividend now through the floor to enable obseen levels of cash to be given back to the market, to merely place shares in treasury and not cancelled, so management can periodically get their greedy little fingers in the till, and call it 'remuneration'. (Careful how you go Luke, I'm got old now, and not really bothered by much!)
19/2/2020
18:53
colonelgrim: Quite right Ceaser, the share price will double in three days when there is bid 280/290 pence, so today's move would have provided an increase in share price of about 25%, closing at about 186 pence today So unfortunately girls a boys, Sidarthur's post was a hopeful ramp, pure and simple (a bit like your brain cell frontbackchimp, simple!).
09/1/2020
21:24
frontboor bull: Less than a 1000 trades today, this is better, criminal brokers deliberately keeping the share price low for our buy-back merchants, but they are now struggling to get genuine holder to part with their shares. Share price will have to rise significantly if Credit Suisse are going to stand any chance buying back this very valuable stock in terms of yield. I've put down 40,000 (67,420) BB for Credit Suisse today, as they have become embarrassed by their inability to conduct the task set them!
09/1/2020
19:33
frontdoor bull: colonelgrim9 Jan '20 - 18:05 - 52 of 52 0 1 0 Less than a 1000 trades today, this is better, criminal brokers deliberately keeping the share price low for our buy-back merchants, but they are now struggling to get genuine holder to part with their shares. Share price will have to rise significantly if Credit Suisse are going to stand any chance buying back this very valuable stock in terms of yield. I've put down 40,000 (67,420) BB for Credit Suisse today, as they have become embarrassed by their inability to conduct the task set them!
09/1/2020
18:05
colonelgrim: Less than a 1000 trades today, this is better, criminal brokers deliberately keeping the share price low for our buy-back merchants, but they are now struggling to get genuine holder to part with their shares. Share price will have to rise significantly if Credit Suisse are going to stand any chance buying back this very valuable stock in terms of yield.
20/12/2019
07:21
colonelgrim: If you can call a 'steady' DOW you might just make a shilling here! For the share price to move north, it is imperative that the US market is reliably calm Our black-boxes cannot cope with noisy swings in intraday movement A steady intraday market allows our algorithm's to keep pace with actual trend Notice how, our brokers move the share price to follow the our NAV at about 14:00 each day, when the NAV figures have been leaked to them, Ever asked yourself the question, why they dont provide our daily NAV returns much before 17:00 each day, not forgetting these figures must be nearly 24 hours old!
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