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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.05p -1.16% 174.45p 4,473,138 14:30:38
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
174.30p 174.45p 176.35p 173.05p 176.35p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 790.7 201.4 11.5 15.8 2,834.85

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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 176.50p.
Man Group has a 4 week average price of 160.35p and a 12 week average price of 160.35p.
The 1 year high share price is 219.20p while the 1 year low share price is currently 141p.
There are currently 1,625,022,050 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 8,100,168 shares. The market capitalisation of Man Group is £2,855,163,741.85.
colonelgrim: You'd better fill your boots then spanner. All I'm saying is study AHL's NAV, especially now we've returned to a positive correlation between the two (NAV/SP), if our nav continues to fall our share price will keep it company all the way to the bottom! Pull the plug Luke me'old'pal!
raffles the gentleman thug: Share price weakness might just have something to do with the fact that their strategies aren't doing what they say on the tin - which is preserving capital
colonelgrim: SHOCK HORROR Crooked brokers openly admit blatant manipulation of EMG share price, enabling Credit Suisse continued access to dishonest exploitation, where’s the FSA when you need them!
colonelgrim: If the share price doesn’t make you pee your pants, this chart certainly will!
riskvsreward: Man has melted down in bad times. It now will melt up in a good market. It has a lot going for it now. 1. Its AUM, the sum of old money and new money, will grow significantly as new money pour in due to good market and good performance and old money will grow due to out performance. 2. The bolt-on acquisitions at harder times now will turn out very smart investments. 3. Its share buy backs over recent years will turn out very smart move, paying well below the current prices. 4. It has been addressing cost including excessive pays. Will the share price reclaim or even surpass the old time high? Time will tell.
sidarthur2: "Since the commencement of the share repurchase programme, the Company has repurchased 9,755,821 ordinary shares in aggregate at a weighted average price of 193.8921 pence per share." So roughly £80 million more to buy back in current re-purchase - is that right? What effect might this have on share price going forward? Any ideas chaps?
cricklewood: HTTP:// FTSE 250-listed hedge fund firm Man Group (LSE: EMG) saw its funds under management (FUM) rise by 10% to $88.7bn during the first quarter of 2017. The news pushed the group’s share price up by more than 5% when markets opened on Thursday. The increase in FUM was particularly impressive because it was made up of both net inflows from customers and investment gains. This combination could mean that the group’s income from management fees rises sharply this year. Chief executive Luke Ellis said the group sees “continued near-term interest from clients.” However, Mr Ellis was also keen to reminder investors that “this is only one quarter.” Flows in and out of Man Group’s funds can be quite lumpy due to the institutional nature of its business. Man, I need to buy some Is Man Group a buy after today’s news? The group’s shares have already risen 25% so far in 2017. But they are still worth 6% less than a year ago, despite an ongoing $100m share buyback programme. Man’s trend-following trading algorithms have had a hard time finding profits at times over the last few years. Although the firm has diversified into more conventional fund management, so-called quant products still control almost half of the group’s funds. Trading appears to be strong at the moment. Man is expected to deliver earnings of 15 cents per share for 2017, with an expected dividend of 8.9 cents per share. That gives the stock a forecast P/E of 12.6 and a prospective yield of 4.8%. I think there’s a good chance Man Group could beat the market from here.
illiswilgig: Ho ho ho indeed! You certainly made my day Colonel, well you and the continued strength of the EMG share price.....
cricklewood: cc Man Group plc 19 October 2017 Man Group plc Share Repurchase Programme 19 October 2017 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, while maintaining a prudent balance sheet, after taking into account required capital (including liabilities for future earn-out payments) and potential strategic opportunities. In line with this policy and the Company's previous announcement on 13 October 2017, the Board today announces that it has agreed to enter into an irrevocable, non-discretionary arrangement with Credit Suisse Securities (Europe) Limited to repurchase, on its behalf, ordinary shares in the Company up to a maximum consideration of $100 million (the "Programme") and subject to certain pre-set parameters, during the period from 19 October 2017 up to and including 18 October 2018 (the "Execution Period"), including during any closed or prohibited period of the Company which may fall during the Execution Period. The purpose of the Programme is to return surplus capital to shareholders. The number of shares to be acquired is estimated to be around 40 million* based on the prevailing share price and Sterling to US Dollar exchange rate as at the date immediately prior to this announcement. All shares purchased under the Programme will be cancelled. Any shares repurchased under the Programme will be effected in accordance with the Company's general authority to repurchase shares and Chapter 12 of the UKLA Listing Rules and will be discontinued in the event the Company ceases to have the necessary general authority to repurchase ordinary shares.
cricklewood: MORE FROM THE IDIOT GRIM mtdillon - 19 Oct 2016 - 10:05:24 - 806 of 808 "Pandora" the bane of our lives! - EMG Give it a rest Cricklewood. At least he's giving some background to his analysis, and isn't reiterating share price predictions of others - didn't you predict 190 back in August? May I ask which figure we are closer to? He sounds like a disillusion investor hoping (but not confident) of an exit with for his investment. If you actually look at the chart he posted and read the comment you might see that there's a glimmer of optimism. mtdillon - 04 Dec 2014 - 16:06:17 - 15057 of 16033 MAN GROUP The Bear Club - EMG That's not an example at all! Dividend is based upon the performance of the business - in this case EMG have tied it to the performance fees gained from AHL. I'd frankly be worried if a company merely handed out dividends as a percentage of the current share price mtdillon - 04 Dec 2014 - 13:28:42 - 15054 of 16033 MAN GROUP The Bear Club - EMG How does the share price affect what you're going to receive in dividends? mtdillon - 24 Jul 2014 - 00:31:54 - 110 of 808 "Pandora" the bane of our lives! - EMG I think he means that if you hold your shares in Crest then they can be loaned out for shorting purposes. If they're certificated, then that just can't happen. Given the number out on loan still looks to be high (although on-loan doesn't mean short), there could be a short squeeze on the cards? If that's not already happening... mtdillon - 22 Mar 2012 - 16:28:21 - 198 of 603 Frontier Mining 2012 - Copper Production in Kazakhstan - FML You can buy back, but you can't offset any loss against CGT if you do. mtdillon - 27 Apr 2010 - 09:06:08 - 259 of 487 Plus Markets. The Sensible Board (moderated) - PMK Are they just trying to turn the share? i.e. manipulate volume to induce fear/greed in PI's?
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