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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Phoenix Group Holdings Plc LSE:PHNX London Ordinary Share GB00BGXQNP29 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  1.40 0.22% 648.00 647.80 648.20 651.80 646.40 649.60 861,904 16:26:11
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Life Insurance 4,704.0 1,270.0 91.8 7.1 6,475

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12/3/2021
10:03
Investor's Champion comments: We've admired this business for some time and remain confident in the outlook for the shares. But we would be remiss to point out that for outside investors, this business is something of a black box. Asset valuations and estimates of future cash flows are difficult - if not impossible - to verify independently. Phoenix features in Investor's Champion's update on their Income Boosters portfolio.
energeticbacker
10/3/2021
22:52
Also tipped as a buy in brief mention by TMF today: hTTps://fool.co.uk/investing/2021/03/10/6-cheap-uk-shares-with-high-dividend-yields-to-buy/
bluemango
10/3/2021
11:58
MNG reported good results yesterday and the shares are rising on a small increase in the already extremely fat dividend. The IC wrote up a BUY recommendation for MNG yesterday that referenced an adjustment in life expectancies that followed in the footsteps of PHNX. Https://www.investorschronicle.co.uk/news/2021/03/09/m-g-sla-a-tale-of-two-dividends/ The referencing link from the MNG article goes to a similar BUY recommendation for PHNX on Monday that also mentions adjustment to life expectancies. The article also quotes consensus earnings of 87.4p for 2021 which I find reassuring. Https://www.investorschronicle.co.uk/news/2021/03/08/phoenix-lowers-longevity-forecast/
aleman
09/3/2021
08:26
Anyone got any ideas for listed targets CSN, JUST???
williamcooper104
09/3/2021
07:10
Phoenix has the capacity for another substantial deal, according to Andy Briggs, its chief executive. “I’m not pounding the streets looking, but we have got the firepower,” he said.
skinny
09/3/2021
06:37
Phoenix on the hunt for next big life insurance deal Phoenix is on the hunt for acquisitions and could spend £1.5bn on a deal to expand its “zombie” life insurance business. The company has grown to become Britain’s biggest player in long-term savings and retirement investment, with 14m customers and £338bn of assets under management. https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/phoenix-on-the-hunt-for-next-big-life-insurance-deal-cvzgm2mtj
masurenguy
08/3/2021
21:03
Should this be valued as a closed book consolidator or an active insurer? Mixed about how I feel, that they've been forced to chase new business because of lack of opportunity in the closed book space, and perhaps management boredom/ego.
boonkoh
08/3/2021
13:17
Me too - though slightly higher sp/lower yield is at least comforting on the sustainability of the yield (eg confirming what we all believe)
williamcooper104
08/3/2021
11:42
I do see where you're both coming from. I guess my view is that a lower yield, brought about by a higher valuation, would be a reassuring sign that the market sees the business as more sustainable long term. Bearing in mind, for those already invested, it's only the YOC (Yield on cost) that really matters. And, of course, how sustainable it is.
bluemango
08/3/2021
11:26
The lowish valuation is fine with me . If the annual prize is 48.2p a year and rising, then its better that it only costs circa 750p to get it rather than anything higher.
robsy2
08/3/2021
11:25
Nice as a share price rise seems, I've always been content here to take the 6%+ dividend and let compound interest work it's magic. If it goes up too much I have to find alternatives to reinvest in!
thruxie
08/3/2021
11:00
#4391 Yes, I'm not saying I expect it to reach that valuation anytime soon, just illustrating how undervalued it's remained for a long time. Probably due to the run-off side of the business. That's why the strong moves towards business sustainability reported today are so good to see.
bluemango
08/3/2021
10:49
Very happy with results and increase in dividend.
spcecks
08/3/2021
10:46
@bluemango... "With this dividend annualised to 48.2p, the price could rise to 962p and the yield would still be 5%." That would be nice but has it been valued at 5% at any time over the past 10yrs? I get the impression that the market is reticent to award it such a valuation. No idea why.
speedsgh
08/3/2021
10:08
I was a bit concerned after Clive Bannister stepped down but think we have a decent CEO in Briggs Long term hold Likely to drift up as equity income funds add
panshanger1
08/3/2021
09:40
Finallygot the 3% divi hike that was promised in 2019... I was beginning to think they were quietly forgetting it! 😃
edmundshaw
08/3/2021
09:06
Ther was never any good reason the share price dropped from 780 before Christmas.
deadly
08/3/2021
08:47
Particularly pleasing to see this: "Record incremental Open new business long-term cash generation of GBP766m in 2020, a 59% year-on-year increase (2019: GBP483m(9) ), and close to achieving the >GBP800m new business threshold that would fully offset the in-force run-off"
bluemango
08/3/2021
08:28
With this dividend annualised to 48.2p, the price could rise to 962p and the yield would still be 5%.
bluemango
08/3/2021
08:20
That'll do nicely 😁
bluemango
08/3/2021
08:18
rarely disappoints, this one ...
mister md
08/3/2021
08:04
Excellent results and I'd expect institutions to add on the back of this.
paulisi
08/3/2021
07:57
The two broker comments I have seen are suggesting a share price rise of between 1 and 2% on these results. We'll see...
cwa1
08/3/2021
07:56
Yes, a good set of results and a high and sustainable yield.
this_is_me
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