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PRU Prudential Plc

706.40
-10.20 (-1.42%)
12 Apr 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Prudential Plc LSE:PRU London Ordinary Share GB0007099541 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -10.20 -1.42% 706.40 703.00 703.20 717.40 700.20 706.80 10,397,065 16:35:29
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Life Insurance 12.19B 1.7B 0.6178 11.38 19.36B
Prudential Plc is listed in the Life Insurance sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PRU. The last closing price for Prudential was 716.60p. Over the last year, Prudential shares have traded in a share price range of 700.20p to 1,233.50p.

Prudential currently has 2,753,215,842 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Prudential is £19.36 billion. Prudential has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 11.38.

Prudential Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
12/4/2024
16:33
Just bought a few.
PRU shares have halved, are things that bad?

China seem to be the bogy men in the USA at the moment.
Our village idiot Ian Duncan Smith never stops slagging them off now his Brexit work is finished.

One US Government official on CNBC warned the China were trying to become the Worlds strongest economy and thus are a threat to the USA.
Of course, it is called ambition... they really are crazy in the States, they can't stand the competition as China move up the value and technology chain.
They will ban Tic Tok, it is too popular.

We have to hope that if Starmer wins we can stop taking instructions from America.
We should trade with China and India, I bought PRU today thinking that relations should improve.

careful
12/4/2024
16:05
Sad to say but the it has the China Syndrome, best thing is to try and find a merger partner or full sale. London listing hopeless with the polarisation between the US and China. Management need to start about considering dropping London as primary listing.
bookbroker
12/4/2024
10:53
FFS! PRU struggling around seven quid.
fiscal cliff
05/4/2024
13:46
No, there is no point, likely misunderstood and under-appreciated on the basis of its Chinese onus, but even more of a reason to potentially delist in London, or better still receive a bid from neck of the woods.
bookbroker
05/4/2024
11:01
Look at what % of their profitability is derived from HK and China - that's your answer.

No point railing against the business, their closest listed competitors have also taken large share price hits.

Aviva is a UK focused business, now very little in common with PRU.

AIA may be the closest listed competitor and arguably in a stronger position than PRU - their share price down the best part of 40% over 5 years.

essentialinvestor
05/4/2024
09:53
Awful stock currently, management failing miserably to create value. Not sure who they are, Asian naturally, but seem oblivious to the decline in return for holders. Takeover must be on the cards by Far Eastern Life company, things cannot go on like this, even if Chinese economy underperforming, but this company is on many countries so not totally dependent on any specific one.
bookbroker
04/4/2024
08:56
Even 700p is good value
action
04/4/2024
08:56
Good value below.
action
04/4/2024
08:21
Disaster share, simple as that.
luderitz
04/4/2024
07:11
Am increasingly tempted

But have left my bid from a few days ago in place

Good luck everyone.

jubberjim
03/4/2024
22:36
Sentiment towards China needs to improve before any chance of a re-rating - barring a bid for the company.
essentialinvestor
03/4/2024
22:30
Would certainly be better off being acquired by Far Eastern Life Assurance company, little relevance now being UK listed.
bookbroker
03/4/2024
22:08
Hard to believe sub 7 pound beckons. But with no change in China re it's leadership looking likely anytime soon I guess the downward pressure is set to stay.
its the oxman
03/4/2024
20:28
37 million turnover. Just for you down ticker.
action
03/4/2024
20:02
Easy pickings!
bookbroker
03/4/2024
18:35
What about takeover interest at this level?
Suet

suetballs
03/4/2024
18:18
Someone wants out!
bookbroker
03/4/2024
16:01
18 million turnover
action
03/4/2024
09:45
It’s time for the shorters to get roasted.
Suet

suetballs
03/4/2024
09:39
See they have a secondary listing in Singapore already, need therefore to maybe try and find more partners. But this definately being shorted!
bookbroker
28/3/2024
07:29
One broker, probably on out of date wine, has 1750p target, reduced from 1800p.

HSBC is for 1150p
JP Morgan...1350p
BARC...........1640p

Price at the mo 755p.
I have it at 825p, Happy to get out at b/e.

demo trader
28/3/2024
07:01
Would I be right in thinking that this came perilously close to the 5 year low of 710 few days ago.

Might have to rethink things bound to be a few bargain hunters around I won t be amongst them for the reasons mentioned in earlier post and those doubts persist.

Good luck all

jubberjim
27/3/2024
17:44
Investors are starting to look at Xi and they are not liking what they see.

Hence avoidance of the Pru as it has made no secret of where it's direction lies and matters are not helped by the rhetoric being spouted by the aforementioned.

Investors are starting to vote with their conscience hence no matter the attraction of the company and the dividend thereof remains unloved

One to avoid in the current climate.

Sorry folks

jubberjim
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