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
  16.00 1.23% 1,319.00 1,316.00 1,316.50 1,325.50 1,306.50 1,309.50 5,443,361 16:35:17
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Life Insurance 24,931.0 3,635.0 116.9 11.3 34,266

Prudential Share Discussion Threads

Showing 1551 to 1575 of 2150 messages
Chat Pages: Latest  74  73  72  71  70  69  68  67  66  65  64  63  Older
DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
03/3/2010
08:13
RI at 140p? If true (find it hard to believe but who knows), that is obscene.
jazza
03/3/2010
08:12
Straight bounce... again.. why?
witheld
03/3/2010
08:10
STRAIGHT BOUNCE TO 600p? Times says in play at this bombed out price.
smellyjim
03/3/2010
08:08
Why does it have to pull out of AIG deal?
witheld
03/3/2010
08:07
shorters getting burned here?
alanrex
03/3/2010
07:06
Prudential may have to pull out of AIG deal. should be interesting day for pru today.
noon
02/3/2010
21:30
As l say driven downwards, Indeed, the talk in the market on Tuesday was that several hedge funds were taking significant short positions in Prudential to put in place a "rights issue arbitrage" trade ahead of the cash call. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/markets/marketreport/7354313/Pru-slides-8pc-as-FTSE-100-heads-towards-5500.html
smurfy2001
02/3/2010
21:06
So carry on short then? Those figures are disgusting to any PRU holder! I reckon after xrights, expect 200p This will be driven down.
smurfy2001
02/3/2010
18:40
Suggested rights launch price in todays's Telegraph about 4 for 1 at 140p = about 75% discount on Friday's close of 602.5 = x rights price of 232.5p. On tonight's auction close 487.5p close x rights price 209.5p. Some good trading opportunities for some time to come. AO
a0148009
02/3/2010
18:16
Exactly, sell if you're sane. Move your cash into Aviva - %7 yeild!! 450p is my target, then i'll cover.
smurfy2001
02/3/2010
18:13
Why hold PRU ? - sell & buy back later at a much cheaper price or short the stock
dmf
02/3/2010
17:53
I wonder if our pension funds are dumping their Pru holdings in order to buy back much cheaper for their pension holders. More like they are lending them to their hedge fund mates to short and then hand them back worthless. The rights issue process is just a big swindle.
mac15
02/3/2010
16:23
Alanrex - shades of the ABN AMRO deal spring to mind !
masurenguy
02/3/2010
16:20
masurenguy - its fully underwriten. apparently AIG et al insisted that the heads of the underwriting banks fully commit to this person which they duly did. So I think the only deal breaker now would be Asian giant entering the fold and making a bigger bid (A chinese company with lots of cash?). Plus I suspect rights not taken up will be taken by SWFs all imo dyor
alanrex
02/3/2010
16:20
40%B discount of 600 or 486 ?
debbiegee
02/3/2010
16:08
With the 20% drop in the share price since the deal was announced yesterday and the falling pound, they could have a very tough time trying to get shareholder approval whatever assurances they have obviously already obtained !
masurenguy
02/3/2010
16:04
PRU to pay max $735 mln in rights fees. The rights issue is expected to complete in June 2010 and be offered at a discount of about 40 percent.
noon
02/3/2010
16:02
Hey BinBag .. surely we should be going down still if you have millions to sell
dr darkstar
02/3/2010
15:59
These are 100 million metabile gumbo beans , of course ! (ref 916)
paulw2
02/3/2010
15:59
they will be presented with no choice
taffee
02/3/2010
15:38
Shareholders still have to give the ok for the deal to proceed !
dmf
02/3/2010
15:35
pru board must resign or be stopped this is a potential disaster..and to fix the price for april can only mean someone's gonna make a packet...what planet are these people on?
taffee
02/3/2010
15:34
bin. get back to hawk, the kind doctors know you there and you'll be looked after. now say sorry to these people and come with me.
jumpin_jackflasher
02/3/2010
15:31
No i make a 100 million.
binladin
02/3/2010
15:31
There was comment that the offer could only be made following the appreciation in the share price of the PRU - it must call into question this deal if share price continues to decline. A further negative is exchange rates £/$ this will hit the PRU hard if £ is expected to reach parity with $
dmf
Chat Pages: Latest  74  73  72  71  70  69  68  67  66  65  64  63  Older
Your Recent History
LSE
PRU
Prudential
Register now to watch these stocks streaming on the ADVFN Monitor.

Monitor lets you view up to 110 of your favourite stocks at once and is completely free to use.

By accessing the services available at ADVFN you are agreeing to be bound by ADVFN's Terms & Conditions

P: V: D:20191207 12:25:31