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
  23.00 1.68% 1,392.00 1,391.50 1,392.00 1,425.00 1,390.50 1,393.00 5,832,290 16:02:35
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Life Insurance 24,931.0 3,635.0 116.9 11.9 36,163

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02/3/2010
11:02
PRU directors cannot control the share price. A deal of this size is unprecedented and the declining value of the pound means that the final price is uncertain too. Markets hate uncertainty and that can play havoc with share prices !
masurenguy
02/3/2010
10:42
Lets think now Doctor. Perhaps they would, the share has gone from 600 to 500, why not 400 ?
paulw2
02/3/2010
10:38
G2 .. can you seriously think that the PRU board would enter into this deal based on destruction of shareholder value of that order?
dr darkstar
02/3/2010
10:30
pru's adventure reminds me of Rio taking out Alcan at a huge price when optimism about Chinese demand was at its peak. maybe it is not as bad as the AOL/Time Warner deal but this could turn out very badly if the Chinese bubble bursts. it will take 5 years to see if this will work out.
careful
02/3/2010
10:25
aspers, someone with a crystal ball could have bought at 490 and sold at 500 to make a turn, but for mere mortals it's far too early even to be contemplating a long. The issue is far too big for the underwriters to risk getting stuck with stock - they are not HMG. It must be priced to sell which surely means near the £4 mark.
grahamite2
02/3/2010
10:13
Once the shorting stops here it may be worth dipping my toe in.....will wait a few days yet me thinks :-)
aspers
02/3/2010
10:02
and no brain
badtime
02/3/2010
10:01
I HAVE NO POSTION:::::::::::::
binladin
02/3/2010
09:45
binladin is just a clown - as you could guess from his username alone.
grahamite2
02/3/2010
09:43
binladin - you must be short on this one... so obvious ;) I'm sure I remember you doing the same old comments when Pru was going down at the start of last year.... lol
witheld
02/3/2010
09:38
DUMP IT: NO DIVIDEND NO PROFIT RIGHT ISSUE FUTURE BENEFIT FOR SHAREHOLDERS NONE DILUTION SNAKE TRYING TO SWALLOW AN ELEPHANT COMPETITION FOR BUSINESS IN ASIA IS NOT FOR PRU: THESE GUYS WORK ON 1% PROFIT MARGIN: NO WONDER AIG IS SELLING OUT::::::::::::::::THEY JUST CANT COMPETE: PRUs CEO ONLY WANT TO MAKE A NAME FOR HIMSELF; BUT THE REALITY IS THAT THIS COULD GO BUST::::::
binladin
02/3/2010
09:35
500 Should be a good resistance level now to place a short from
jon827
02/3/2010
09:35
488 a bit of a bounce kickin in
mike24
02/3/2010
09:33
i have no position yet. it will be long only when/if i take one. i am interested when the cap falls to about 8 billion.
careful
02/3/2010
09:31
Put it on a horse Jon, it's a safer punt ;-)
smurfy2001
02/3/2010
09:29
501 was one of the pivot point support levels and 500 was also a distant support, was worth a punt smurfy :-)
jon827
02/3/2010
09:28
400p anyone?
smurfy2001
02/3/2010
09:26
Dropping like a stone, come to PAPA
smurfy2001
02/3/2010
09:26
out for a small loss :-0
jon827
02/3/2010
09:25
Jon827, why go long? Right issue = massive dilution. This has one way to go...
smurfy2001
02/3/2010
09:22
PRU does not stand a chance against the Asian INSURANCE giants............ PRU is more expensive.........
binladin
02/3/2010
09:19
could go to 100p...................
binladin
02/3/2010
09:13
Brave to go against the trend, good luck Jon. One major problem with the markets is that few are investing strategically, probably because many see the mirage of a 'double dip' on the horizon. If so, the future value of PRU in two or three years time, is presently of no interest at all.
leedskier
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