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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
  11.00 0.89% 1,243.50 1,243.00 1,244.00 1,246.00 1,208.50 1,219.00 4,448,093 16:29:59
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Life Insurance 7,068.0 1,449.3 22.8 51.8 32,441

Prudential Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
16/8/2019
16:11
Unhelpful I guess. Stuck around 1420p. Doesn't seem to want to rally.
its the oxman
16/8/2019
14:24
High Court blocks Prudential's £12 billion pension transfer to Rothesay. That's unexpected news.
essentialinvestor
15/8/2019
14:45
Added a few more 1425p.
its the oxman
15/8/2019
14:11
Had two small lots today and yesterday.
essentialinvestor
14/8/2019
17:40
Thanks, Luderitz. My curiosity is satisfied! All the best Adam Cooke
westofengland
14/8/2019
15:26
No real reason woe, we went to Namibia nearly 20 years ago and as you may know Luderitz is a slightly mysterious town on the SW coast of the Country so I just settled for it as my nickname.
luderitz
14/8/2019
13:35
Decide to have a few more at 1463p. This is a good quality business as long as the politics don't overwhelm it. Not a relevant question yet Luderitz -how do you come to have a name of a Port in Namibia? Would appreciate knowing if this is appropriate?
westofengland
14/8/2019
09:32
Results out. 'Demerger expected to be completed in fourth quarter of 2019'.
dendria
14/8/2019
08:07
Oh are they, thank you both.
luderitz
14/8/2019
08:07
9:30AM last year
shieldbug
14/8/2019
07:57
usually 9 or 10 a.m
wynmck
14/8/2019
07:31
Nothing out yet are their Interims always late?
luderitz
13/8/2019
17:18
This is on proactive today for anyone who hasn't seen it. UBS expect Prudential to post operating profit of £2.62bn for the first half, up 9% on last year. “This is driven by Asia £1.1bn (up 20% year-on-year , +4% vs cons), US £1.28bn (up 28% due to DAC benefit, +10% vs cons), UK £0.35bn (up 65% due to management actions, +11% vs cons), M&G £0.25bn (-8% y-o-y, in-line vs cons) and Eastspring £0.1bn (up 6% y-o-y, -4% vs cons),” they said. The analysts predict the value of new business rose 6% to £1.89bn. The interim dividend is expected to be raised by 5% to 16.45p, representing a third of the 2018 dividend.
mo123
13/8/2019
16:38
Tomorrow we will find out if Mike Wells is correct in his repeated assertion that Prudential does well in risk-off environments (the company not the share price).
shieldbug
13/8/2019
15:25
Should have piled in at 1450p now 1500p again. So difficult to know.
its the oxman
13/8/2019
12:23
Bargain price, but is it the low?
its the oxman
13/8/2019
10:05
If we do dip under £13.5 lets hope it is today, ahead of the results and not tomorrow after them.
shieldbug
12/8/2019
16:20
If we dip under 13.50, that's usually an interesting area. May not happen.
essentialinvestor
10/8/2019
12:52
so are we expecting good results or not from this one?
red5
08/8/2019
08:47
This is now my largest direct equity holding :)
marksp2011
07/8/2019
14:46
Bought a very small amount at 15.035. Think this may be available lower down fwiw, let's see.
essentialinvestor
07/8/2019
08:35
I seem to remember an analyst asking why the dividend was not up more than 5% at the annual results presentation. The answer was the company is being conservative in advance of the demerger. In any case Prudential is a dividend growth story rather than an income story like Aviva.
shieldbug
06/8/2019
10:06
Hi Alfred Prudential decided some time ago that expansion into Asia especially China and Hong Kong,India and Africa where future prospects for better growth were to be found rather than Europe and the USA. Aviva and L&G are more domestically orientated but pay larger dividends in exchange for lower growth. However operating in China and India is far from easy as we have seen in Hong Kong where the Chinese are trying to impose their system. That and the current exchange problems plus trade disputes is reflected in the worldwide drop in share prices. Very simplistic explanation but half time results due on the 14th so you can judge for yourself. Perhaps an increase in the dividend although I would not classify the current dividend as miserly.
churchill2
06/8/2019
08:32
Miserly dividend, so why don't the profits retained for reinvestment show a better return?
alfred
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