CIN.L - City of London Group plc

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
150.00
-5.00 (-3.23%)
At close: 4:30PM BST
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Previous close155.00
Open150.00
Bid0.00 x 1000000
Ask0.00 x 1000000
Day's range150.00 - 150.00
52-week range70.00 - 175.00
Volume290
Avg. volume14,719
Market cap63.138M
Beta-0.43
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend date2012-12-05
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters - UK Focusyesterday

    Russian "dirty money" flowing through London damages UK - lawmakers

    LONDON, May 21 (Reuters) - "Dirty" Russian money hidden in British assets and laundered through City of London (LSE: CIN.L - news) financial institutions is undermining the government's efforts to take a tougher stance against Moscow's "aggressive foreign policy", UK lawmakers said on Monday. Britain's financial centre has been a big beneficiary of the massive flight of Russian cash since the 1991 fall of the Soviet Union.

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 days ago

    Former Indian central bank boss says won't apply for top BoE job

    Former Reserve Bank of India chief Raghuram Rajan said on Wednesday he did not intend to apply for the job of Bank of England governor which is due to come vacant next year. Rajan has been mentioned by analysts as a possible future BoE (Shenzhen: 000725.SZ - news) governor after Mark Carney - who previously headed Canada's central bank - steps down at the end of June 2019. "I have a very good job at the University of Chicago and I actually am an academic, not a professional central banker.

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    Britain's Labour tries new pitch to financiers: higher taxes for some influence

    Britain's shadow chancellor John McDonnell offered London's mighty financial services industry a new pact on Thursday: higher taxes in return for a seat at the policymaking table if Labour wins the next election. McDonnell, a veteran socialist who has won over many voters with his promises to re-nationalise services and increase public spending, said he wanted a "new start" in relations with London's lucrative financial sector. "There are some policies that you will like and some which you will be less enthusiastic about," McDonnell, 66, told a conference on the future of finance in London, the only financial capital to rival New York.

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    Post-Brexit UK will be just as important to India, says Modi

    Britain will be just as important to India after it leaves the EU as it is now, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi told his British counterpart Theresa May on Wednesday, May's spokeswoman said. "Prime Minister Modi said there would be no dilution in the importance of the UK to India post-Brexit," the spokeswoman said in a statement.

  • Brexit fears 'looming large' among City executives
    Sky Newslast month

    Brexit fears 'looming large' among City executives

    Research of more than 100 financial services executives by Lloyds Bank found Brexit is seen as the biggest risk for the year ahead. With (Other OTC: WWTH - news) one year to go before the UK leaves the European Union, cross-border access tops the list of specific worries. "As the biggest industry in the UK, the financial services sector is a crucial bellwether for the nation's economic prospects," said Robina Barker Bennett, managing director of Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    Kremlin says monitoring report UK may limit Russian debt market access

    Russia is closely watching a report that British Prime Minister Theresa May may be considering limiting London's role in marketing Russian debt to investors, Kremlin (IOB: 0Q8D.IL - news) spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on Thursday. British newspaper The Guardian reported on Wednesday https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2018/mar/28/may-considers-banning-city-of-london-from-selling-russian-debt that May had agreed to consider a ban on the City of London (LSE: CIN.L - news) helping Russia sell government debt in the wake of the poisoning of a Russian former spy in England. After the first known use of a military-grade nerve agent on European soil since World War Two, Britain blamed Russian President Vladimir Putin for the attempted assassination, and the West has expelled around 130 Russian diplomats.

  • Forecast of Brexit job losses from City of London drops by half
    Sky News2 months ago

    Forecast of Brexit job losses from City of London drops by half

    The scale of the Brexit jobs exodus from the City of London (LSE: CIN.L - news) has eased over the past six months, according to the findings of a survey of financial services firms. The Reuters news agency said it returned to 119 companies, questioned in September, to check their intentions and found 5,000 roles were now due to be shifted to the EU from London by 29 March 2019, the date of Britain's EU exit. It marked a 50% fall on the 10,000 jobs that firms had originally predicted would be lost, the survey showed.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    Brexit and the City: Tracking the fortunes of London's financial districts

    Is London's position as the largest international centre of finance slipping as a result of Brexit? London has been a critical artery for the flow of money around the world for centuries. The financial services sector accounts for about 12 percent of Britain’s economic output, employs about 1.1 million people and pays more taxes than any other industry.

  • City of London to lose just '5,000 jobs' to EU on Brexit - survey
    Sky News2 months ago

    City of London to lose just '5,000 jobs' to EU on Brexit - survey

    The scale of the Brexit jobs exodus from the City of London (LSE: CIN.L - news) has eased over the past six months, according to the findings of a survey of financial services firms. The Reuters news agency said it returned to 119 companies, questioned in September, to check their intentions and found 5,000 roles were now due to be shifted to the EU from London by 29 March 2019. It marked a 50% fall on the 10,000 jobs that firms had originally predicted would be lost, the survey showed.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    Brexit and the City: the real estate agent's view

    Like the towers now dominating its skyline, London property prices have moved in almost only one direction in recent decades, ever higher. But uncertainty surrounding Britain's impending European Union ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    Brexit and the City: Food for thought from London dining room

    Diners are still flocking to the elegant, glass-domed dining room at 1 Lombard Street, despite uncertainty about London's future after Britain exits the European Union next year. Reuters has created a tracker that monitors six indicators, including restaurant and bar licence applications, to help assess the fortunes of "the City" as Brexit talks progress. The second edition of the tracker shows signs of a slowdown, with the number of venues with licences to sell alcohol in the City of London (LSE: CIN.L - news) falling 1.6 percent in 2017.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    Lloyd's of London sets electronic processing targets

    Members of the Lloyd's of London insurance market must increase the proportion of trades they process electronically to 30 percent by the end of the year, the world's largest commercial insurance market ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    Transition deal alone won't let banks stall Brexit moves - industry officials

    London-based banks and other financial firms won't put their Brexit moves on hold despite a transition deal between Britain and the European Union as it lacks full legal certainty, industry officials said on Monday. Catherine McGuinness, policy chief at the City of London (LSE: CIN.L - news) , home to the Square Mile financial district, said the transition deal needs to be endorsed by industry regulators so businesses are able to use it to suspend plans to move jobs and operations out of Britain. "A lot depends on how the regulators respond," McGuinness told Reuters.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    KPMG says of Brexit transition: businesses need legal certainty

    The Brexit transition deal agreed with the European Union will make little difference to business leaders as they need legal certainty and will continue to plan for a no deal scenario until they get it, said James Stewart, KPMG's head of Brexit. "I'm glad to see that terms have been agreed on transition– but we should remember that this is a contract that's been written but not signed," Stewart said. "Today's progress, although substantial and positive, will make little difference to business leaders in their Brexit planning.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    Author of disputed Brexit blueprint for banks says gaining ground

    A disputed blueprint for financial services trade with the European Union after Brexit is finding favour with Britain's government, the financial lawyer who wrote the proposal said on Wednesday. British finance minister Philip Hammond outlined last week the trading terms in financial services he wants from the EU after Britain leaves the bloc next March.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    German bank body sees expansion by 20 foreign banks post Brexit

    Germany's association of foreign banks expects about 20 banks to expand their presence in Germany as a result of Britain's decision to leave the European Union. After Brexit, banks based in Britain will potentially lose so-called passporting rights that allow them to do business across the EU from their London base.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    Britain gives Putin until midnight to explain nerve attack on former spy

    Britain gave President Vladimir Putin until midnight on Tuesday to explain how a nerve agent developed by the Soviet Union was used to strike down a former Russian double agent who passed secrets to British intelligence. Sergei Skripal, 66, and his daughter Yulia, 33, have been in hospital in a critical condition since March 4 when they were found unconscious on a bench outside a shopping centre in the English cathedral city of Salisbury.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    Maltese leader sees accord between Britain and EU on post-Brexit services trade

    The biggest risk to Britain's post-Brexit economy is a disruption to trade in services, Maltese Prime Minister Joseph Muscat said on Monday, but he thought London and Brussels would reach agreement on the issue. Muscat said he feared leaving the EU single market would reduce Britain's comparative advantage in services although he said predictions of a mass exodus from the City of London (LSE: CIN.L - news) after Brexit were overdone.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    Britain and EU will reach accord on post-Brexit services trade -Maltese PM

    The biggest risk to Britain's post-Brexit economy is a disruption to trade in services, Maltese Prime Minister Joseph Muscat said on Monday, but he thought London and Brussels would reach agreement on the issue. Muscat said he feared leaving the EU single market would reduce Britain's comparative advantage in services although he said predictions of a mass exodus from the City of London (LSE: CIN.L - news) after Brexit were overdone.

  • Hammond warns City of London's EU rivals Brexit is 'not a zero sum game'
    Sky News2 months ago

    Hammond warns City of London's EU rivals Brexit is 'not a zero sum game'

    The Chancellor has warned the City of London (LSE: CIN.L - news) 's European rivals that they will not automatically benefit from a Brexit deal that excludes financial services. Philip Hammond said it was in the interests of both Britain and the European Union for the sector to be part of the settlement. The document warned there can be "no cherry-picking" of particular sectors, like financial services, participating in the EU's single market.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    Banks line up behind British government in EU trade battle

    Banks and insurers lined up to back the British government's demand that a future trade deal with the European Union must include financial services, putting them on a collision course with Brussels. Faced with the world's biggest financial centre being cut off from a core market after Brexit, British finance minister Philip Hammond said on Wednesday that finance should be at the heart of a new trade deal with Europe.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    Sterling slips to three-month low vs euro on nagging Brexit worries

    Sterling skidded to its weakest level against the euro since late November on Wednesday, as investors worried about Britain's ability to secure a favourable divorce deal with the EU, ahead of two Brexit-related speeches later in the day. The chairman of European Union leaders Donald Tusk will at 1215 GMT present draft guidelines on what the bloc would like to see in a trade agreement with Britain after the country leaves in 2019, in what will be the basis for talks by the EU’s chief negotiator with London about a future relationship.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    City of London to press for "achievable" EU mutual access deal

    Keeping British and European Union rules in lock-step after Brexit is an ambitious but achievable to maintain access to each other's financial markets, the City of London (LSE: CIN.L - news) 's Lord Mayor said on Wednesday. Under mutual recognition, both sides would agree to keep their rules similar, ensure close cooperation between regulator, and have an independent mechanism for resolving disputes. British Prime Minister Theresa May backed such an approach for financial services last week.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    UK PM May to hold talks with Saudi Crown Prince at country residence

    British Prime Minister Theresa May will hold talks with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman at her country residence on Thursday, diplomatic sources said, in another sign of the importance with which London is treating his visit. The visit to Chequers, a 16th-century manor house 40 miles (60 km) northwest of London, will be in addition to a previously announced meeting at May's London office on Wednesday, the sources said on Tuesday. Prince Mohammed's visit, part of his first foreign tour as heir apparent, is aimed at persuading Britain that his reforms have made his country a better place to invest and a more tolerant society.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    UK's courtship of Aramco risks Britain's reputation - lawmaker

    Britain's efforts to attract the stock market listing of oil firm Saudi Aramco could cost London its reputation for good corporate governance, the head of an influential committee said on Monday ahead of a visit by the Saudi crown prince. Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, heir apparent to the Saudi throne, will spend three days in London this week as part of a tour designed to reassure allies about his domestic reforms, and ease investor concerns about a corruption crackdown. The overseas trip, Crown Prince Mohammed's first since he in effect took over the day-to-day running of the country last year, will be followed by talks in the United States, making it the latest staging ground for an international tug of war over the Aramco public offering.

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