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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
St. James's Place Plc LSE:STJ London Ordinary Share GB0007669376 ORD 15P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  2.50 0.17% 1,450.50 1,450.50 1,452.00 1,457.00 1,448.00 1,450.50 1,001,648 16:29:58
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Life Insurance 0.0 426.4 49.1 29.5 7,808

St. James's Place Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
16/1/2004
16:39
I mean HBOS to takeover the remaining 40% of STJ. They were recently carrying out an audit....could be me but Im holding for the next 6 mths at least
kalo
16/1/2004
09:16
Kalo - HBOS is a no no, but do expect great results!
ipriggs
13/1/2004
11:25
"trend continued into October" Wilsons words. Increased investor confidence and increased investments into markets can only serve to push this one up on Thurs 22nd Jan. Still holding out on HBOS
kalo
04/11/2003
17:12
Sold a small portion of CKSN and moved into STJ yesterday and today.
glentimon
04/11/2003
15:17
£2 by xmas. hbos interested
kalo
02/11/2003
21:28
Again (see my comment on CAT) the arithmetic chart above doesn't give the whole picture a percentage (or semi-log) chart does. Both show breakout from the reversal bottom on good volume, but only the percentage chart shows the reason for the recent resistance, and the potential importance of the break through the 2 year downtrend. See: http://www.glentimon.demon.co.uk/StJames.htm
glentimon
24/10/2003
12:49
Also rumours of a HBOS takeover of the remaining 40%. HBOS currently doing an audit.
kalo
26/6/2003
11:03
What is happening to SJP, is anything going on with this stock?
jan8mm
12/6/2003
16:33
Time to buy, time to buy. New business figures set to increase with introduction of new non regulated life panel. Huge potential
ipriggs
13/3/2003
18:52
What did I say 80p just like I said back in Feb. Now is time to buy could go above the £1 marker soon.
datait
25/2/2003
22:00
should fall back to around 80p
datait
17/2/2003
14:07
Looks like more neg news to come. Would be a snip for HBOS at these prices. Where is the bottom though????????
sklmj
12/2/2003
19:07
if dropped lower enough would/could hbos buy the rest?
rambutan2
12/2/2003
16:50
.....\ ......\ .......\ Looking grim.
m.t.glass
12/2/2003
00:13
LONDON (AFX) - St James's Place Capital shot to the top of the worst-performing mid-cap issues after the company warned that, in view of figures received relating to its 23 pct shareholding in Life Assurance Holding Corporation (LAHC), its results for the year ended Dec 31 2002 will be "materially below" market expectations and will show a small loss for the year on an Achieved Profits basis. SJPC's share of LAHC's pretax result is expected to show a loss of some 28 mln stg, it said. The major causes of the loss are one-off factors: the fall in value of LAHC's holding in Aberdeen Asset Management; an increase in its provision for pensions misselling, largely caused by stockmarket falls; and the reassessment of prior year tax computations. This reduces the value of LAHC in SJPC's balance sheet to around 30 mln stg, or under 7 pence per SJPC share. SJPC's shares were 23-1/2 pence lower at 95 by 7.41 am - a near 20 pct decline. (now, at noon, 102-108p)
rambutan2
11/2/2003
16:07
SJP not linked to NM Rothschild. SJP is largely owned by HBOS.
sklmj
11/2/2003
15:55
do rothschild still hold an interest in SJP? story in yesterdays FT that the roth clan are planning to merge all their assorted bits together. would this have any impact on SJP?
rambutan2
11/2/2003
15:50
Results were very poor & LAHC exposure means overall loss: Now becoming agent for other providers protection products - an acknowledgement that SJP protection products are uncompetitive. Nearly half of SJP salesmen are not even licenced to sell pensions. The current investment climate means no one is investing. Many salesmen are mostly mortgage brokers. Only recruiting tired out IFAs who want a quick buck before they retire. Where does this leave long-term profitability????
sklmj
14/10/2002
18:00
Perhaps time to re-invest?? - but wait for this quarters biz figures
sklmj
04/10/2002
16:51
is no one interested in this stock?????
kalo
20/6/2002
14:34
get out. New biz figures will be awful.
sklmj
01/3/2001
23:03
I like that ------- please repeat several times per day !!!!!!!
wc1
01/3/2001
20:00
Lovely buys today. Could go higher DYOR
saturn5
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