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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
  -31.00 -2.17% 1,395.00 1,390.00 1,391.00 1,408.50 1,381.00 1,404.50 4,653,756 16:35:17
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Life Insurance 7,068.0 1,449.3 22.8 63.0 36,402

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
23/4/2010
14:38
420 was mentioned on another forum... again all whispers.
witheld
23/4/2010
13:24
I think they will struggle getting the worlds largest rights issue off at 540 if that's the whisper number
jon827
23/4/2010
07:53
witheld - It would be nice if the price reflected the circumstances :)
royalt
23/4/2010
07:40
also china may not be the second coming every one thinks it is
jon827
23/4/2010
06:34
Funny, looking at today's RNSs I formed exactly the opposite conclusion. Steering clear.
grahamite2
23/4/2010
06:20
looks like this is a good shorter guys
garry14
22/4/2010
18:16
Not much point in wishful thinking. You've got to deal with things as they are and that includes accepting that where there is a rights issue, the share price will tend towards the RI price; and that when the RI is absolutely gigantic, there needs to be a substantial discount. All that is before even considering the possibility they might be overpaying.
grahamite2
22/4/2010
17:41
Wouldn't it be nice if both of them got burnt ;)
witheld
22/4/2010
14:59
Mason Capital Management has been shorting Pru. Landsdowne have added further to their short position..
royalt
22/4/2010
11:29
They are targetting particular large investers in Singapore ...
witheld
22/4/2010
11:22
They want to list in Singapore as well...Getting a bit desperate are they not...Do they not think they will be able to raise enough from UK and HK that they need to go for Singapore too?
royalt
22/4/2010
09:52
Good stuff Jonn01... This dog should continue to get hammered in the coming days.
royalt
22/4/2010
09:47
got some SW74 yesterday
jonno1
22/4/2010
09:34
and the rest, you crooked banksters
jon827
21/4/2010
15:13
witheld.. The market has become rational again...Details of the rights issue are to be announced soon...You aint seen anything yet.. It should never have gotten back up towards pre-rights annoucement price, considering the companies actions... 500p is the 1st stop. End of next week, i'll see you all there :)
royalt
21/4/2010
15:09
Any idea why this has dropped all of a sudden.... seeemed to be holding up well until now despite all the recent news? What's changed this afternoon?
witheld
21/4/2010
15:03
Bloody brunch of crooks, all of em :-)
jon827
21/4/2010
14:35
Maybe someone just heard a whisper!
jon827
20/4/2010
08:15
After my great bit of luck - I freely admit it - being short over 'the' weekend, I have left this alone, scarcely even looked at it. But the reason for the crash that Monday still holds. This will be a colossal rights issue and it will need to be discounted. That the price should have got back virtually to the pre-announcement level shows the market's current irrational exuberance.
grahamite2
20/4/2010
08:05
Lets hope Lansdowne gets kick up the backside. As the trend has been upwards for the past few weeks & all the shouting shorters have come unstuck,long may it be.
l.parker
07/4/2010
20:05
how many £ per point you shorting this
garry14
07/4/2010
14:06
topvest - I don't really understamd your point. If they are offering a supposed "discount" it is to existing shareholders. If an existing shareholder takes up the issue at ANY price then the result is that their shareholding remains as the same proportion it was before the issue. Regardless of the price of the issue the company ends up with the required funds to buy the target company. The only thing that may have changed is the amount of dividend as a proportion of cash invested, but with a supposed "discount" this ought to be a plus as long as the same percentage dividend is paid out. The only real issue is whether the total amount being paid for the target makes it earnings-enhancing or not.
hamsterape
06/4/2010
08:11
Prudential released fiqures for the 4th qtr : Sales up 25%-- sales in asia up 42%.
l.parker
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