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
  +6.10p +0.61% 1,004.50p 1,003.00p 1,004.50p 1,021.00p 992.60p 1,013.50p 3,061,810 16:35:26
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Life Insurance 0.0 -84.6 33.0 30.4 5,355

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
30/10/2014
09:32
35% upside from here 30 Oct 2014 St James's Place PLC STJ JP Morgan Cazenove Overweight 706.00 688.00 924.00 924.00 BUY
bigboots
30/10/2014
07:49
Agree bigboots! Let's hope this helps push the share price back up!
woodpeckers
30/10/2014
07:22
Stunning figures....
bigboots
30/9/2014
19:22
http://citywire.co.uk/money/the-expert-view-st-james-s-place-balfour-beatty-and-sabmiller/a775145?re=30948&ea=305263&utm_source=BulkEmail_Money_Daily_Summary&utm_medium=BulkEmail_Money_Daily_Summary&utm_campaign=BulkEmail_Money_Daily_Summary#i=2 SJP weakness presents attractive entry point The recent weakness in St James’s Place (SJP) provides investors with a ‘very attractive entry point’ into the financial sales force, according to Berenberg analyst Matthew Preston. Shares are down nearly 15% since early March, and Preston believes the current 744p share price ‘fails to give sufficient credit for the company’s expected future growth’. ‘Growth in funds under management and new business continues to trend at or ahead of management targets, fuelling cash flows and future dividends,’ he said. ‘We expect SJP to benefit further from the ongoing fallout from the retail distribution review as trail commissions are turned off. ‘The recent underperformance provides an attractive entry point, with our 860p price target offering 20% upside.’
woodpeckers
19/9/2014
08:12
Looking better this morning OXMAN! :-)
woodpeckers
16/9/2014
13:58
Mega run the wrong way it seems. Oh dear.
its the oxman
08/9/2014
12:49
Added today 698p. Fingers crossed for mega run into year end. I can dream can't I?
its the oxman
08/9/2014
11:50
Not looking so hitting 700p. Views anyone?
its the oxman
15/8/2014
11:28
St James's Place hikes interim dividend 40% (REF: SharesMag.) Tue 29 Jul 2014 08:09 St James's Place has issued an interim statement for the six months to June 30. Highlights are as follows: NEW BUSINESS AND FUNDS UNDER MANAGEMENT: • Total single investments of £3.92 billion (2013: £3.23 billion) - up 21% • Continued strong retention of existing client funds - 95% • Net inflow of funds under management of £2.44 billion (2013: £1.99 billion) - up 23% • Funds under management of £47.6 billion (2013: £39.9 billion) - up 19% over the twelve months and 7% since the start of the year • SJP new business, on an APE basis, of £447.9 million (2013: £373.9 million) - up 20% ST. JAMES'S PLACE PARTNERSHIP: • Partnership numbers at 2,007 - up 5.4% over the twelve months and 2.5% since the start of the year • Total number of advisers at 2,688 - up 9% over the twelve months and 4.6% since start of the year PROFIT - EEV BASIS: • New business profits of £181.3 million (2013: £152.4 million) - up 19% • Operating profit at £260.7 million (2013: £233.6 million) - up 12% • Net asset value per share 604.9 pence (2013: 524.1 pence) - up 15% over the twelve months and 5% since the start of the year PROFIT - IFRS BASIS: • Profit before shareholder tax of £82.4 million (2013: £81.2 million, excluding one-off items) - up 1% • Net asset value per share 178.8 pence (2013: 165.8 pence) - up 8% over the twelve months and 2% since the start of the year CASH RESULT: • Underlying post tax cash result of £78.5 million (2013: £66.9 million) - up 17% INTERIM DIVIDEND: • Interim dividend 8.93 pence per share - up 40%
worsleybird
07/8/2014
00:06
Are three no other holders off this out there? Top up time at these levels surely.
its the oxman
30/7/2014
10:28
Any views. I see Panmure have set a price target of 977p
its the oxman
16/6/2014
10:58
Question Guys (n Gals) The feb finals looked great - as do the consensus share price forecasts (889) But apart from Revenue the forecast growth numbers for this year look horrible(Last/Current): PEG: 0.3 -2.6 REV: -7.40% 1453.40% PBT: 83.20% -49.30% EPS: 74.00% -9.40% Grateful if you can explain the disparity Cheers LM
luckymouse
24/4/2014
07:29
Date Company Name EPIC Broker Recommendation Current Price Price when issued Old target price New target price Notes 24 Apr 2014 St James's Place PLC STJ Goldman Sachs Conviction Buy 779.50 779.50 840.00 920.00 Upgrades Forecast Year End Revenue£m Pre-tax£m EPS P/E PEG EPSGrth Div Yield 31-Dec-14 1,005.28 236.77 34.58p 22.5 n/a -8% 20.82p 2.7%
miata
16/4/2014
12:39
Bought in here c.735p and so far so good. Hope for a rapid return above 800p if markets pick up.
its the oxman
24/3/2014
09:14
STJ joins the FTSE 100 today.
broadwood
20/3/2014
08:23
New ball game!!
broadwood
19/3/2014
16:02
Market loves the opportunities now the ISA/Pension game has changed.
broadwood
06/3/2014
16:05
Flying now they are released from Lloyds shackles. http://www.ifaonline.co.uk/ifaonline/news/2332590/st-jamess-place-to-enter-ftse-100
broadwood
04/3/2014
06:52
Big increase in TP. Deutsche Bank St James's Place PLC 04/03/2014 Retains Buy Buy 0 810.00 970.00 861.50 160 2
broadwood
28/2/2014
08:26
Still benefitting. Highly valued now though.
broadwood
26/2/2014
08:20
TP increased JP Morgan Cazenove St James's Place PLC 26/02/2014 Retains Overweight Overweight 0 811.00 868.00 835.00 57 2
broadwood
26/2/2014
06:55
http://www.theguardian.com/business/nils-pratley-on-finance/2014/feb/26/st-james-place-share-price-rise?CMP=twt_fd
broadwood
25/2/2014
15:22
Wealth management group St James's Place said it was close to finalising the purchase of an Asian financial advisor business as it reported a 42 per cent increase in profits before shareholder tax of 190.7m pounds for 2013. Operating profits on an European Embedded Value (EEV) basis were £462.7m, an increase of 26% in St James's first year as an independent FTSE company after Lloyds Banking Group sold its 57% holding. Shareholders will receive a 50% increase in the full-year dividend to 15.96p reflecting the higher underlying cash result of £139.9m, up 67%. The company also forecast a 30-40% dividend rise in 2014. New single investments of £7.2bn were 22% higher than 2012, with St James's clients investing across life, pension and unit trust / ISA investment tax wrappers. Funds under management increased 27% to £44.3bn. St James's said it expected to seal its purchase of the "well-respected" Asian business, which provides financial advice to British expatriates in Singapore, Hong Kong and Shanghai, in the first few months of this year. Looking forward, Chief Executive David Bellamy said UK economic policy, along with long-term low interest rates "appears to be finally bearing fruit, with signs that the economy is improving". "The key indicators on growth and employment are looking more positive now than at any time in the last five years," he said. "Over the last 12 months, the slowly improving economic backdrop and the continued low interest rates have been key to the growth in investment markets in the UK, US and Europe, albeit at the expense of savers in traditional bank and building society accounts." "Leading on from these profit results, we continue to see a growing cash result, a trend that is expected to continue with the increasing maturity of funds under management," Bellamy said.
broadwood
25/2/2014
07:33
Great results. Nothing not to smile about there! :-)
woodpeckers
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