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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Schroders Plc LSE:SDR London Ordinary Share GB0002405495 VTG SHS �1
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  73.00 2.4% 3,121.00 3,120.00 3,122.00 3,151.00 3,084.00 3,090.00 98,485 13:37:37
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 2,537.0 624.6 178.9 17.4 7,054

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24/9/2002
04:40
i'd like to be in this one, but watching the charts like a hawk, it appears to me that £4.00 is critical. it has twice hit and rebounded of this level in the last couple of months, so in my limited knowledge of such things, i think that if it hits 400p and re-bounds it could be a good sign.... a tripple bottom and all that, however, if it breaks 400p, i dread to think where the resistance for this stock is?? any body else have views? wh
wholden
16/9/2002
12:03
Being bought up today from about 10.30 this morn, a reason for which I know not.
moregas
05/9/2002
09:04
seems like a dramatic recovery last couple of days?
harleymaxwell
14/7/2002
13:45
1993 support level is about 440 and looks likely to head lower in these bear market conditions. A bit oversold though and likely to bounce first PROVIDED the dow does not plummet further. Should open weaker with the dow down 117 on Friday but, like all stocks, needs watching like a hawk. However, I think the dow will hold at 9600 and then rally to about 8900 this week before hading down to about 8000 and possibly below. Hence, wait for bounce in sdr before selling. DYOR of course and I have not got a clue on the fundamentals of this business- am strictly a chartist!
arja
10/7/2002
09:55
anyone any views on this breaking the 2001 bottom Down it goes? next support?
edbassett
11/6/2002
19:32
Could be yet another case of gross manipulation today to save SDR from exiting FTSE100. Not sure how this new thing XSTRATA rates but that new one excluded SDR was sufficiently elevated at the end of the day to just get inside WTB to occupy position 110 @ £1924m.
pkvidean
18/4/2002
15:10
And then came the midday Trading Statement.. and down it goes.
m.t.glass
18/4/2002
09:25
Touched 949p so far today - which seems surprising considering the performance of other Asset Managers! IMHO.
pkvidean
17/4/2002
19:35
Not a good time to be invested in Asset Managers! The last 2 years have been bad for equities as evidenced by SDR's pitiful recent results and with the likelihood of the mini "Koala" bear market starting in 1-2 months (following, the historically correct, current weak bull market) things are going to get a whole lot worse. SDR looks heavy odds on to relinquish its FTSE100 berth either in June or September. The only hope for the Longs is a takeover and the new guy and pride will scupper that! Looking for Tranche 1 @ 959pish. SDR could register 3 consecutive quarters of undeserved upside if it exceeds 950p tomorrow (18/04/2002). Could be a good day to go short! IMHO. DYOR.
pkvidean
08/4/2002
13:26
Last Friday's I.C. view (p56) alongside 'buy,sell,buy' from 3 brokers was: "With the arrival of Michael Dobson, Schroders is at last taking some action to address its bloated cost base. But his plans to cut £13m this year and £46m in 2003 don't look impressive against total admin expenses of £447m in 2001. Earnings will pick up strongly if equity markets rally but, in the absence of a sustained stock market recovery, the shares look prohibitively expensive." (I'm short, as you might gather)
m.t.glass
08/4/2002
13:09
If this closes under £9 it's a long way down.. Any guesses?
m.t.glass
23/11/2001
15:05
Don't all rush zzzzzzzzzz
aquila
20/11/2001
11:05
goodfella, any thoughts ...... LONDON (AFX) - Shares in Schroders PLC were trading lower as analysts said they expect shareholders to protest at CEO-designate Michael Dobson's astounding salary, dealers said. Dobson will receive a pay package worth some 10.5 mln stg over his first three years with Schroders. Although Schroders is family-controlled and outside shareholders are therefore not seen as having a major say in the group's affairs, one banking analyst said he expects a "lively EGM, when Schroders puts the appointment of Dobson, his salary and the acquisition of Dobson's company (Beaumont Capital Management Ltd) to its (Schroders') shareholders." The EGM is due to be held on Nov 29. According to the EGM document sent to shareholders, Dobson will receive a basic salary of 200,000 stg per year. In addition, he will be given an annual discretionary cash bonus of at least 1.8 mln stg and a minimum award of non-voting shares to a value of 1.5 mln stg per year in each of the three years ending Dec 31, 2004. In the event of Dobson's contract being terminated, he will receive at least 3.5 mln stg in compensation. Dobson replaces David Salisbury, who resigned at the end of August as the group unveiled a dismal set of first-half results. At the time, some analysts suggested he was likely made a scapegoat in a period of turbulence and that the group was hastily trying to demonstrate that it has a strategy to restore earnings growth. At 10:24 am, shares in Schroders were 12 pence lower at 808 pence. acb/kl
aquila
13/11/2001
09:52
vallely - Renda2, whaddaya think...
aquila
12/11/2001
10:00
I'm looking for an ill one of these
aquila
31/8/2001
09:32
Figures this morning were absolutely abysmal and that is an understatement. The shares have gained some relief due to the resignation of the CEO as "sacrificial lamb" but I doubt any ne management coud turn this around to even justify the present rating let alone show them as good value. Any higher and they are just asking to be shorted.
goodfella
31/8/2001
09:14
I also hold some SDR shares. I believe the price has found a base between £8-£9 and long term is a safe stock to own - last year they traded as high as £16. Good rise so far today (5%) on interim results even though Meryll Lynch have reiterated neutral stance.
keeps
31/8/2001
07:59
This BB amazes me. The number of times a large ie FTSE100 company is ignored when posting its results defies belief. We all seem to concentrate on the "tiddlers". I do it as well. Anyway, this share got tipped a few months ago in "The Chartist" which I have since discovered is not the be all and end all of tip magazines. (They recommended RTK, MONI, CW, BT.A to name just a few!) Guess which mug bought most of these? They tipped SDR at around the 930p mark if I remember correctly - guess who bought at £10? - The good news is that it has dropped significantly from that level and seems to have found a base, although I am beginning to wonder how long it's going to stay in the FTSE100. Their CEO went this morning and they're on the look out for another. Any volunteers? This might give a reasonable return in one of those good old fashioned stocks but I do have a stake in it, so declare an interest.
dontknowitall
30/8/2001
22:58
even i can see the bear conurtations so must be time to buy this one!
renda2
30/8/2001
20:37
Results tomorrow ? bear flag formation, anyone for a short?
vallely
07/7/2001
00:06
C - Quite - have un brill fin semaine! regards, A.
aquila
06/7/2001
18:43
Would like to know more...Although the graph is quite talkative. All the best D.
crocodile
06/7/2001
18:20
With thanks to PeteB on etrade....
aquila
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