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
  -9.50 -0.72% 1,303.00 1,301.50 1,302.50 1,314.00 1,289.50 1,309.00 7,979,800 16:35:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Life Insurance 24,931.0 3,635.0 116.9 11.1 33,851

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22/3/2010
08:37
deal looking shaky now edit 22/3 bloomberg's Thiam faces uphill struggle.......... plus pru's commission rates would have to rise to match AIA's from clients point of view that would make them feel their getting a better deal without merger t/o chinese regulator may force them to sell assets icap's andy hughes comments highlight biggest risks..... 25/3. good article Dexter Roberts, not so long ago china welcomed western exec's, now things are changing...... why don't pru just buy a stake in stan, on the dips.
mike24
16/3/2010
11:55
See my last post.
royalt
15/3/2010
16:55
added to your short position?
alanrex
15/3/2010
15:34
Added more on weakness at 536p.
royalt
14/3/2010
08:20
I dont believe it will fall however to suggest "As for 400p,sooner you than me. Do you honestly think a Co. like Pru could fall that far. I reckon your living in cloud cuckoo land, or your having laugh!!" It seems to me that you IParker is the one living in Cloud Cuckoo Land. Less than a year ago you could have bought Pru for a little over £2.
darias
12/3/2010
19:51
Agree with you RoyalT if this really is going to have the dilution mentioned to raise the cash for the bid then it can surely only go one way from here. I'm ready to short it myself but will just wait and see for a few more days. The only real danger is that they decide not to purchase at which point the shares would fly. Ah well, a question of choices I suppose.
warranty
12/3/2010
17:28
Guess you'll just have to watch and see what happens. I predict I may be back at break even by the end of next week. But we'll just have to watch and see how it pans out over the next few months. IMO 480p will be reached sooner rather than later, then it will be a slow grind down to 400p. We'll see who has the last laugh, give it a while to play out.
royalt
12/3/2010
16:45
Having climbed 30pts in this week,I reckon your be out of pocket by the end of next week or the following mid week. As for 400p,sooner you than me. Do you honestly think a Co. like Pru could fall that far. I reckon your living in cloud cuckoo land, or your having laugh!!
l.parker
12/3/2010
10:48
Stop 580p. Target 400p. 3 month timescale. Will continue to add going upto 580.
royalt
12/3/2010
09:53
Whats your stop out point?
alanrex
12/3/2010
09:35
Well im looking for a big move in my predicted direction to happen within the next few months. Its not a day trade type position im holding...So it will be kept open for some time until the tagret is reached or I get stopped out.
royalt
12/3/2010
09:22
swing trade? i hope i dont sound ignorant for not knowing the terminology..
alanrex
12/3/2010
08:58
Alanrex - yup. 2nd position added just now at 547p. This is going to be a swing trade. Im looking at a 3 month timescale for this trade.
royalt
12/3/2010
08:20
royalt - are you still short?
alanrex
11/3/2010
13:40
What has happened to any of AIA's riskier assets over the past year?
jabberstocky
11/3/2010
09:05
Scaling into a short position from here now. 1st position opened at 538. Will add every 5p
royalt
11/3/2010
08:36
china inflation hits 16month high, record prop prices in hk £870,000,000 in fees,the deal to take 5yrs to pay for itself by which time the asia bubble should have burst pru has been working on this deal for eighteen months, they won't back down, they should have used this money to expand, hk banks have the best reputation for looking after investors, this is what pru is up against without more debt, 28/2/02 local hk paper front page " is it safe to venture back into prop market" in hindsight this qtr turned out to be the very bottom, yet auckland advisors were saying 01wait 02wait 03 wait, truly disastrous advice, made even worse by the favorable ex rate of $nz3.40 - £ jan 02 16/3/10 prices up 68% in shanghai in just 12months, so when the guy walks in local pru office, and asks how can you give me a pension/investment that will outstrip inflation ???????? 17/3 jim rodgers telling us about the risks of chinese real estate bubbles, I don't see a problem with someone in Guangzhou selling a flat for a 100k that was worth 10k just a few yrs ago, walking into a bank and asking them to invest proceeds,more concerned about bus driver to jfk who said the prop his mate bought for $38k in late seventies, now worth 1ml but he's holding out for another 30%, when I here someone in trouble needs a 6k loan and is charged 2.5k in fees,on top, this is greed that is crippling society 21/3 t/o would now mean pru increasing fees to match aig's fees to clients,setback????
mike24
09/3/2010
11:58
Prudential to fast track its Hong Kong listing Tuesday, 9th March 2010 INSURANCE STEVE DINNEEN PRUDENTIAL will rush through its Hong Kong listing in a bid to underpin its record breaking £14bn rights issue. http://www.cityam.com/news-and-analysis/prudential-fast-track-its-hong-kong-listing
bleepy
08/3/2010
17:40
An early listing should also support Prudential's share price between now and the rights issue. Investor demand for recent dual Hong Kong listings has been high; Singapore-listed China XLX Fertiliser's shares doubled on the day of their Hong Kong debut in December. Given that Prudential shares are down 14% since the AIA announcement, the insurer will be hoping Hong Kong investors retain their exuberant appetite for risk.
bleepy
08/3/2010
17:18
Prudential's Hong Kong Surprise "Prudential PLC is clearly feeling the heat over its proposed $35.5 billion acquisition of AIA, the Asian assets of troubled U.S. insurer American International Group..............................................." http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748704869304575109514198589340.html?mod=WSJ_Heard_LeadStory
dmf
08/3/2010
10:01
It feels like asking the guy running my indian restaurant what he thinks on the indian or bangladeshi economy! when you buy a company you're buying assets and future cash flows...
alanrex
08/3/2010
09:47
asking this chinese guy I do some work for, if its that good why don't you move your business back to HK, " because I would have to work twice as hard to make the same money" edit what did it cost AIG to set up there, most of these US expansion deals were done at height of boom, alan,a friend of a friend knows the the CEO wow always respect the views from the shop floor, still $1.4 trillion in US commercial real estate loans due for refinancing would you buy the repo next door at a 30% premium. the hk press may be raving about the deal, by the time this is well and truly intergrated 3/4yrs the massive exspansion of the chinese economy will go tugo, outlying towns from hk had an average flat price of just 10k 15yrs ago all to far to fast, imho
mike24
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