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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
  -25.50 -2.36% 1,057.00 1,056.50 1,057.50 1,074.50 1,041.50 1,059.50 1,554,679 12:03:29
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Life Insurance 7,068.0 1,449.3 22.8 43.0 27,576

Prudential Share Discussion Threads

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04/7/2019
14:08
I have just waded through the M&G Prudential Investor Conference Presentation all 124 Pages held yesterday. Presumably in readiness for the upcoming separation from the international part of the Pru. What did I learn. One that the savings investment business is very competitive and secondly a lot depends on continuing upward trends in Stock Markets. Hopefully Markets will still be accommodating when the split is finalised whenever that is in the not too distant future.Certainly on a good run currently.
churchill2
07/6/2019
15:17
sorry wrong board
parvo
19/5/2019
16:02
ii have decided to up there fees again from june 10th its £9.99 per month up from £22.50 a quarter Any recommendations? I am considering going to iweb-sharedealing(Halifax) for a fixed £5 a trade or X-O(Jarvis) for £5.95, neither have monthly, yearly, or inactivity fees like ii I invest longterm, dont want to pay for tradeless months
carlsagan1
13/5/2019
13:36
Parvo, in a word, Yes. PRU is often a risk off/risk on play on wider equity markets, particularly Asia/China sentiment. It usually outperforms on positive market sentiment, and the reverse also applies.
essentialinvestor
13/5/2019
13:32
Parvo, I suspect you are right. Nonetheless, its a remarkable business and we will see more evidence of this as the year progresses.
westofengland
09/5/2019
16:45
Is this just about China - USA Trade Tariffs?
parvo
17/4/2019
15:35
might something happen over easter
nigelbarker
16/4/2019
22:30
Hi Churchill, absolutely agree. Ping An were rumoured to have approached Prudential last summer informally with a view to bidding for Prudential Asia, a deal makes perfect sense. Interesting times ahead, it would have to be a very attractive price to be successful. Progress on trade deal talks also helping the share price I imagine. I recently added G4S and hold Smiths which both have similar attractive drivers to Pru in terms of demerging quality businesses and possible takeouts.
rimau1
16/4/2019
19:27
Hi rimau1 Another couple of storming days. The share price has risen so strongly one wonders if there is something going on in the background. I am not convinced it is the demerger process which has still a fair way to go. The news that the Chinese government is opening up the pension market has huge potential but that again is some way off. Is it possible that one of the huge Chinese financials is interested in buying the Prudential Asian business. I notice that Ping an was up 4% overnight near its all time high so has plenty of fire power. There are several other candidates. I may be clutching at straws but the rise in the last couple of weeks even allowing for comparisons with Aviva/Legal& General which also have done well are quite dramatic.
churchill2
08/4/2019
07:17
Tipped in the Sunday Telegraph Questor column over the weekend. It actually mirrors what i said here last week re the demerger and replicating the success of WTB, also highlights Smiths Group as one to watch for adding value via demerger.
rimau1
04/4/2019
16:39
Most insurers have rerated recently as the risks of a hard brexit reduce. Pru also benefits from the positive china trade talks. I had my last top up at under £14, very confident that the sum of parts here is north of £26 and value will crystalize post demerger. At the current price the UK business is pretty much in for free. With a 2 year view demerger stories are almost always one way bets, WTB last year and Smiths and Pru next year, just continue to add on the dips and be patient.
rimau1
03/4/2019
20:35
Continuing the Roller Coaster ride. I make it nearly 7% increase in the last three days. Presumably based on better news from China. If I am right some of the increase could be the Pru buying back shares in lieu of dividend payments to shareholders. I was looking at the Ping An share price this morning where their recovery from the low point is even more substantial than the Pru. Interesting times.
churchill2
25/3/2019
14:26
sold a few for 51.5 c . limit set over weekend . Not sure if many trades ? Looks like dealt on open , Sydney opens 10am ( to 4pm ) 11 hours ahead so dealt before midnight London time.
ripley94
15/3/2019
18:07
The results were not that brilliant but fortunately Brexit came to rescue the Market. A cut in life expectancy assumptions helped by producing a windfall in excess of 400 million pounds was something that Management was able to pull out of the bag. After a poor week previously a seven per cent this week was most welcome. Thanks Parvo bot the point was Nic Nicandrew who is Chief Executive of half of the Prudential Empire has been removed from the Board.
churchill2
09/3/2019
15:50
churchill2; it seems that 'they will continue to lead their respective business units and remain members of the Group Exec committee.' so we are not loosing their talents, just a downsizing of the Board.
parvo
07/3/2019
16:17
The Pru has had a good run since Christmas so a pull back was not unexpected. As we have seen with Aviva and L&G any results perceived as weak are punished severely. So next week hopefully management can pull something out of the bag. Ahead of demerger proposals I was puzzled by the decision to reduce the size of the Board by dropping out the Business Chief Executives. This includes Nic Nacandrou who has been on the Board since 2009 and is a very talented guy with a wealth of experience.
churchill2
11/2/2019
15:33
Just bought a few more. What a great stock and the qualities of the Asian businesses are likely to be reaffirmed when we get the full year results next month.
westofengland
01/2/2019
10:10
Still feels very oversold at 1500p. Should be over 2000p
its the oxman
18/1/2019
16:45
Nice few days.
essentialinvestor
06/1/2019
15:29
Well we have certainly experienced a roller coaster ride recently and no doubt it will continue for some time yet. However I feel certain that 1340p will prove to be near the bottom as positive news on a Brexit solution will eventually emerge while Trump and Xi have a dual interest in sorting out their differences on Tariffs. 2018 full year results are due out on the 13th March hopefully with some spring sunshine to change the mood. Nothing in the third quarter numbers to suggest any kind of meltdown but obviously plenty to worry about. Finally Tempus in the Times has made Prudential one of his four shares for 2019.
churchill2
02/1/2019
15:10
Yield around 3.6% on the current share price However it may be worth looking at the annual % increase over the last 5 years. PRU looks far from ex growth. The share price may underperform in falling equity markets, that would be my strong expectation!. And the reverse may also apply.
essentialinvestor
02/1/2019
12:18
Not if it's due to get to 12, it isn't !
dogwalker
02/1/2019
10:20
this is getting cheaper and cheaper, the floor probably around 12, brexit dragging everything down, its a pity the yield is so poor, becos its no longer a growth stock, ftse almost uninvestable these days. Got to be worth a punt around these levels tho.
porsche1945
01/1/2019
12:36
What's the div yeild at present sp?
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