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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Personal Group Holdings Plc PGH London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
-3.00 -1.11% 267.50 11:55:25
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
270.50 267.50 279.50 267.50 270.50
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playful: Online Investor Presentation Personal Group Holdings' CEO, Deborah Frost, and CFO, Sarah Mace will be hosting a webinar for private investors on Tuesday 30 March at 11:30am BST. If you would like to register for the webinar, please follow this link: htTp:// Attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions to Management as part of the event, with feedback collected following the meeting. Any questions there is not time to answer live are asked to be sent to and we will endeavour to respond directly.
sphere25: Really bad but this time around others had issues too: "Investors have been left furious at missing out on the chance to trade after online share dealing platforms struggled to cope with demand as stock markets soared on Covid-19 vaccine hope. Customers of Hargreaves Lansdown, Fidelity, AJ Bell and iWeb tweeted their complaints, having been left without access to their investment accounts as technical issues dogged the platforms." This was brutal because we know the covid speculative bubble in the likes of AVCT etc were massively overcrowded so there must have been some nightmare stories about trying to log into the platform let alone actually get out of the shares. Just feels like abit of a lottery at times going into these very volatile patches. Clearly the market is lovely atm but in the future, more difficult times will arise so despite the euphoria out there, have to be incredibly careful to not leverage up and go absolutely gung ho at times too.
sniffer5: Shares down again today to a 15 year low. Fortunately, I sold my last remaining shares a few months back but had been thinking of buying again – but was spooked by the announcement below. “The Company has been informed by Ken Rooney, Non-Executive Director & Deputy Chairman, that he had sold, on 6 November 2020, 3,551 ordinary shares of 5 pence each in the Company at a price of £2.15 per share from his holding in the Company's Inland Revenue approved Employee Share Ownership Plan. Following this transaction, Mr Rooney no longer has any interest in Personal Group's ordinary shares.” Why would the ex Managing Director and current non-exec deputy chairman be selling all of his shares at £2.15? Hardly a vote of confidence! What does he know that we ordinary investors don’t??
sniffer5: “Management are taking action to protect the business and will update investors as soon as possible” – any clues as to what this might entail? One might assume that Coronavirus would significantly impact on claims on all of the major risks that they cover: hospital in-patient admissions and out-patient consultations; convalescence at home following a period of in-patient admission; and ultimately death. Surely the last thing any insurer would want to do under these current circumstances is expose themselves to even more of these risks – but their recent marketing has enabled companies to purchase temporary cover for staff. Isn’t that tantamount to promoting buildings insurance just before a typhoon is about to hit?
investinggarden: Hold recommendation from Growth Company Investor
makingheaps: Anyone got a view on what to expect in the results on monday? I guess with unemployment rising, companies cutting costs and a generally less competitive employment market where fringe benefits are lesss significant, sentiment will be cautious at best. The share buy back and director dealing in December should mean that the results themselves are fairly decent.
mctmct: These interims should shake out the short-termers, and offer a useful buying opportunity for we buy-and-hold investors ... mct
clausentum: I was horrified to read in the Investors Chronicle today that Personal Group Holdings has a dual listing, and so its shareholders are not eligible for the normal IHT and CGT breaks for an AIM listed company. A 75% reduction in the CGT payable is a definite plus for investing in this company. Can anyone explain why it has a dual listing, surely a listing on AIM by itself would be sufficient, so that the UK shareholders can pay less CGT!
moogies: Tipped today in Investors Chronicle
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