Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Man Group LSE:EMG London Ordinary Share GB00B83VD954 ORD USD0.03428571
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.80p +0.48% 168.40p 168.30p 168.40p 168.70p 167.20p 168.00p 1,076,343 09:43:54
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 669.7 -220.3 -12.8 - 2,801.11

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Man Group Daily Update: Man Group is listed in the General Financial sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker EMG. The last closing price for Man Group was 167.60p.
Man Group has a 4 week average price of 154.70p and a 12 week average price of 148.60p.
The 1 year high share price is 170.70p while the 1 year low share price is currently 108p.
There are currently 1,663,367,877 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 4,374,123 shares. The market capitalisation of Man Group is £2,796,121,401.24.
colonelgrim: No reply from fantasy idiot yet re proof of ownership here, what a chimp. Share price off the cliff again this morning, a minimum of 4 pence cut at the open followed by a further 4 pence cut by crooked brokers to create trade volume, lets go for 160.5 at today's close!
smurfy2001: One thing i've noticed with these share buy backs is as the buyback heads towards completion the share price rises steadily ;) It's a slow and steady rise mind you. Currently standing at $80.2m
county kilburn: EMG been moving nicely up past couple of weeks - (company still buying nearly a million a hopefully we may well see a substancial push up in the share price...GLA...currently just touching 138p
cricklewood: HTTPS:// Man GLG has appointed a former Cheyne Capital partner to run a new $450 million fund investing in companies susceptible to technological innovation. In a statement on February 7, the discretionary investment division of the UK-listed hedge fund group said the new global long/short equity fund, called Man GLG Innovation Equity Alternative, would be managed by Priya Kodeeswaran. Money will be invested in companies and sectors deemed "particularly susceptible to change and innovation," with Man identifying consumer discretionary, technology, telecoms and industrials as examples. Kodeeswaran joins from RWC Partners, part of the fund manager Schroders, where he ran a similar investment strategy. He previously held roles at Cheyne and Deutsche Asset Management. Kodeeswaran said in a statement: "In an investment landscape characterised by rapid innovation and change, I believe this strategy can deliver attractive returns for investors. We seek to do this through identifying alpha opportunities created by the dislocations between a company’s share price and its prospects." The portfolio will comprise between 60 and 70 stocks, mainly in companies with large market capitalisations. Other influential hedge fund investors have made similar moves. In October 2016, the renowned Swedish investor Brummer & Partners made a $270 million bet on disruptive technologies by investing with California-based Black-and-White Capital. Black-and-White also runs a long/short strategy investing in companies that both benefit and suffer as a result of technological innovation.
carer: good to see some new major shareholders on board. Japanese fund has built up over 3% holding already. Everything is down to how EMG will perform, if it can sustain good dividends payout , the share will be good for medium and long term. the current share price will be supported by its own share buying. do not see much downside from here.
carer: I do not think one person's post will affect the share price that much. One thing is really puzzling me is that there must be some manipulation of the price. EMG started buying own shares with $100 million warchest, we do not see the price going up but down, at least company is getting some shares on the cheap. so the total share at the end of the exercise will be much reduced, therefore expect higher dividends pay out in due course. No worries.
colonelgrim: Pandora is fast turning this one into a “SELL”, another serious down day for AHL tomorrow, which we all know is more or less a certainty, will take this below 120 and unfortunately drive our share price right back down to 109 first stop. Hope I’m wrong here, but be assured, Wong won’t let the short market down!
colonelgrim: Yeh, hi there mr risk-reward, you'll have to excuse the trolling chimps on these threads, their understanding of responsible ramping has clearly fallen by the wayside. You mention my position, first and foremost I am a long-term certificated out investor here, I do not entertain or condone day trading, CFD'ers, or spread betters in any form, they are the scum of the earth, they do nothing other than to dive markets wildly in all directions. My job on these threads is to try and bring a note of reality, nay caution, I have been caught by my foolish purchase of this company, I originally invested at 352 pence per share, due to its excellent dividend yield, since that time the dividend has fallen to ridiculously low levels for 350 pence, aligned to the share price. Why do I suggest this will return to 109 short term, simple answer, this company never fails to disappoint, and if I can warn other retail investors from getting mugged as I have been and remain, I will, and I'll not be shouted down by those ramping chimp above this post!
frontdoor bull: Nice results. Luke Ellis, Chief Executive Officer of Man, said: "In a difficult market environment, we are pleased to report a $4.3 billion increase in funds under management in the quarter driven by a positive investment movement of $2.5 billion and net flows of $1.3 billion. There was good investment performance across both alternative and long only strategies at GLG and Numeric, offsetting negative performance among some of AHL's strategies this quarter, as the market proved more difficult for trend following strategies. The net inflows were driven largely by the appetite of institutional clients for our quant alternative and quant long only strategies." Acquisition of Aalto and launch of Man Global Private Markets Man announced today that it has entered into an agreement to acquire the entire issued share capital of Aalto Invest Holding AG and launched Man Global Private Markets, forming the firm's private market offering, which provides clients with access to longer term investments. Full details of the transaction and the launch of the Man Global Private Markets business are provided in a separate announcement released this morning. Share repurchase Man's dividend policy is to pay at least 100% of adjusted management fee earnings per share in each financial year by way of ordinary dividend. In addition, the Group expects to generate significant surplus capital over time, primarily from net performance fee earnings. Available surpluses, after taking into account required capital (including accruals for future earn-out payments), potential strategic opportunities and a prudent buffer, will be distributed to shareholders over time, by way of higher dividend payments and/or share repurchases. Whilst the Board continues to consider dividends as the primary method of returning capital to shareholders, it will continue to execute share repurchases when advantageous. In line with this policy it is our intention to launch a share repurchase programme for up to $100 million to return surplus capital to shareholders, which will be conducted over the next 12 months. THIRD QUARTER FUM COMMENTARY
cricklewood: This is what EMG had to say on the subject "The share price move today is largely down to the note from Citi and the change in their rating on our stock. Our share price has also been impacted by the wider market and sector more generally. Aberdeen announced their results this week and their share price had declined around 13% in two days. As of mid-April, the share price for most of our UK peers were also down for the YTD, which included Jupiter (down around 8%), Schroders (down around 12%) and Henderson (down around 17%). Aberdeen is also now down for the YTD, as I mentioned above. We are covered by a number of different analysts (just over 20 in total). We still have a number of buy ratings (BAML, Shore, UBS, Cenkos) and neutral ratings (RBC, Goldmans JPMC). Citi and Numis are our only sell ratings."
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