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PHNX Phoenix Group Holdings Plc

-4.50 (-0.90%)
Last Updated: 14:03:31
Delayed by 15 minutes
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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  -4.50 -0.90% 496.30 952,393 14:03:31
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
496.20 496.60 502.60 496.30 500.20
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Life Insurance -34.59B -1.83B -1.8270 -2.74 5B
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
14:03:17 O 5,131 496.293 GBX

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Posted at 27/2/2024 08:20 by Phoenix Daily Update
Phoenix Group Holdings Plc is listed in the Life Insurance sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PHNX. The last closing price for Phoenix was 500.80p.
Phoenix currently has 1,001,100,000 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Phoenix is £5,002,496,700.
Phoenix has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -2.74.
This morning PHNX shares opened at 500.20p
Posted at 22/2/2024 08:26 by cwa1
In a move that should make ALL the difference, RBC dramatically raise their share price target by 10p :-)

* Phoenix PHNX.L : RBC raises target price to 600p from 590p
Posted at 17/2/2024 10:24 by jubberjim
As this approaches results and the declared dividend is at least equivalent to the previous dividend then we should see a move up for this Phnx alongside Aviva and Lgen

But in the meantime while cautiously optimistic am not inclined to leave myself without funds for any unforseen dip in this or the others mentioned share prices.

Judging from the movements of the share prices still a lot of negativity in peoples minds .

Enjoy the weekend . Roll on results and an end to the uncertainty prevailing.
Posted at 14/2/2024 07:53 by jubberjim

I have thought and have been sharing that particular view for some time that this might have been behind the decline in Phnx share price.

This in turn has been overhanging the other shares in my particular basket of woes namely Aviva and Lgen.

I can see no other reason for the decline in these particular shares bearing in mind the dividends on offer.

Results are out later this month so hopefully we will get a clearer picture then.

Good luck
Posted at 12/2/2024 08:21 by nerja

Statement Regarding a Possible All-Share Offer for UK Commercial Property REIT Limited

The Boards of Tritax Big Box REIT PLC ("BBOX") and UK Commercial Property REIT Limited ("UKCM") are pleased to announce that they have reached agreement on the key terms of a possible all-share offer (the "Possible Offer") for the entire issued and to be issued share capital of UKCM at an exchange ratio of:

0.444 new ordinary BBOX shares per UKCM share
(the "Exchange Ratio")

The Exchange Ratio is on an EPRA NTA for EPRA NTA basis with reference to BBOX's 31 December 2023 unaudited EPRA NTA of 177.2 pence per share and UKCM's 31 December 2023 unaudited EPRA NTA of 78.7 pence per share.

The Possible Offer would result in UKCM shareholders holding approximately 23.3 per cent. of the issued share capital of the enlarged company (the "Combined Group").

Based on BBOX's share price of 160.2 pence per share as at 9 February 2024, the Possible Offer implies a value of 71.1 pence per UKCM share and approximately £924 million for the entire issued share capital of UKCM, which represents:

· a premium of 10.8 per cent. to UKCM's closing share price of 64.2 pence per share on 9 February 2024;

Phnx own 44% of Ukcm
Posted at 08/2/2024 01:39 by cassini
It's been declining for the last 3 years if you look at the chart.

I'm sure interest rates rising have had some negative effect on the share price, but as evidenced by its yield and chart, PHNX seems weaker than AV., LGEN, MNG and the next anticipated move in interest rates is down so why the downturn since Xmas?

I've taken to trying to trade it a bit to compensate and am currently only holding 20% of my previous holding after selling 80% of it at 510p.

Despite seemingly having good fundamentals, the market is unenthusiastic at the moment so I am holding off on buying back in.

Not a problem for many people if the divi is maintained, but my average price is considerably higher than what I sold at and I'd really like to bring it down a bit.
Posted at 14/1/2024 12:44 by cassini

I was simply quoting a poster on here (hence the quotation marks) from a post not long ago who was opining as to why he thought the market seems not to like PHNX - not that he thought PHNX was eating its own tail, just that the market might think so.

Mr Market must have some reason to put PHNX on such a lowly price that its yield rises above 11%, even if Mr Market is wrong.

I did say I was pretty sure PHNX wasn't sitting on their hands in that respect but thanks for referencing the RNS of the 18th of Sept, that helps raise my comment above the 'trust me bro' source level ;0)
Posted at 15/12/2023 07:56 by seagull222
The share price would only have to rise to £6.50 to double your money if were reinvesting the dividends. My average share price is £5. I am hoping for a far higher share price in 5 years time with this really good performance and hoping we don't get taken over ever. Seagull
Posted at 14/12/2023 21:02 by seagull222
This should be a great 5 year hold, expect share price to get to £8 over next 5 years and add dividends and reinvest over next 5 years fingers and shud have more than doubled your money over 5 years, not bad; that's the plan anyway! And a 55/60p dividend with an £8 share price is still over 7% ! Good luck long term Holders. Seagull
Posted at 29/10/2023 14:17 by mcunliffe1
I read today in the Mail Online, that there's a greater appetite for annuities at the moment. The report was generally relating to the large percentage falls in so-called 'safe' near-retirement funds that primarily invest in bonds. Such have taken a hit lately if they have to be sold as they were probably taken out when yields were lower and hence now the yield is high so the bond value is low.

So, who is providing the annuities? PHNX, LGEN maybe? I presume they must expect to make money out of such but is that a greater amount than would have been made had the annuity buyer retained the money in funds (with the same company)?

A different report, also in the Mail Online, explained why St James's Place suffered a large drop in their share price - 44% in 2023. The article can be accessed here:

Mention was made of the other platforms saying very little about their consumer duty obligations.

Thinking specifically about ii, owned by Abrdn, I'm very happy with their pricing/reward structure. I have no involvement with Phoenix now that I've left the Std. Life (owned by PHNX) other than my overweight position in holding PHNX shares. That said, I did move away from Std. Life for many reasons, one being my perception that they didn't always have my best interests at heart as a fund manager.
Posted at 17/10/2023 12:05 by mcunliffe1
monty: at the risk of repeating what may well have been said before one could always purchase shares now in anticipation of receiving a defined divi amount next Monday.

For me, I expect £1457 for the 5605 shares I currently hold (and held on ex-div date).

At £4.69 per share I will get 308 shares on the reinvestment and pocket a few pence left over after the £0.99 re-invest commission and the approx. £7.22 stamp duty.

At £4.69 per share I could buy 308 shares for £1442.52, £5.99 commission and £7.22 stamp duty. A total cost of 1455.73

However, if the share price rose to, say, £4.78 by the time of re-investment (probably Tue/Wed next week with ii) I'd get 304 shares - 4 less.

At an share price of £4.85 I'd get 298 shares - £3-4 cash left over
At an share price of £4.95 I'd get 292 shares, again £3-4 cash left.

It's not a massive difference at these levels. About a 5% reduction in qty between buying NOW at 469 before divi. compared to waiting for divi re-invest at 495

You can tell I'm bored today and have time. :-)
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