CIN.L - City of London Group plc, Prior to Reverse Merger with Milton Homes Ltd.

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
85.00
0.00 (0.00%)
As of 4:30PM BST. Market open.
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Previous close85.00
Open85.00
Bid80.00 x 1000000
Ask90.00 x 1000000
Day's range85.00 - 85.00
52-week range65.00 - 100.00
Volume543
Avg. volume630
Market cap5.33M
BetaN/A
PE ratio (TTM)-26.56
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
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  • Reuters - UK Focus59 minutes ago

    UK watchdog bans high-living debt management husband and wife for deception

    LONDON, Oct (Shenzhen: 000069.SZ - news) 23 (Reuters) - A husband and wife debt management duo paid for luxury hotels and cars by deceiving more than 4,000 customers who lost in excess of 6 million pounds ($8 million), Britain's Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) said on Monday. The watchdog said it banned Adrian and Christine Whitehurst from any involvement in regulated financial services activity. The two were former directors of now-dissolved debt management firm First Step Finance Ltd. Their lawyer had no immediate comment.

  • Goldman boss signals Brexit shift to Frankfurt in tweet
    Sky News4 days ago

    Goldman boss signals Brexit shift to Frankfurt in tweet

    There is further evidence of growing frustration over the direction of Brexit talks in a tweet by one of the most powerful bankers in the United States. The chief executive of Goldman Sachs (NYSE: GS-PB - news) - America's fifth-largest bank by market value - took aim at London following a series of meetings in Frankfurt, tweeting: "Great meetings, great weather, really enjoyed it. Lloyd Blankfein made his remarks two weeks after the bank signed a lease to substantially increase its office space in Germany's financial centre.

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 days ago

    London Stock Exchange CEO Rolet to step down by end of 2018

    LONDON, Oct (Shenzhen: 000069.SZ - news) 19 (Reuters) - Xavier Rolet, chief executive of the London Stock Exchange Group, will step down at the end of next year, just under a decade after he took charge and transformed the company with a string of deals. Rolet has broadened the exchange's focus beyond share trading into derivatives and data through these acquisitions, including clearing house LCH and global indexes firm Russell. Rolet, who joined the group from Lehman Brothers, said last year that he would leave if a merger with Deutsche Boerse went through.

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 days ago

    Banks say EU's grab for London's financial sector could backfire

    LONDON, Oct (Shenzhen: 000069.SZ - news) 18 (Reuters) - A push by European Union countries to grab a slice of London's financial sector ahead of Brexit could backfire by raising costs for consumers and companies on the continent, the UK's main banking industry body said on Wednesday. France is also keen to take on some clearing of euro-denominated derivatives moving to the EU from London after Brexit. "We detect some degree of political will in certain parts of continental Europe in order to reclaim what they perceive to be 20 years loss of wholesale financial services to the London market," Stephen Jones, chief executive of UK Finance, told a House of Lords committee.

  • Reuters - UK Focus11 days ago

    UK needs more joined-up approach to fintech ahead of Brexit - report

    LONDON, Oct (Shenzhen: 000069.SZ - news) 12 (Reuters) - The City of London called on Thursday for a more joined-up approach to nurturing financial technology firms in a fast-growing sector that now faces threats from Brexit. "Fintech" develops and offers personalised financial services like payments, loans and insurance via smartphones or the Internet, providing consumers with alternatives to high street banks. The City, which runs the "Square Mile" financial district of London, published a report on UK fintech on Thursday commissioned from consultants KPMG.

  • Homes in priciest area cost 25 times more than the cheapest
    Sky News12 days ago

    Homes in priciest area cost 25 times more than the cheapest

    The figures showed home buyers in the royal borough paid an average of £19,439 per square metre in 2016. Top-end house prices in London have been under pressure after stamp duty changes, while many parts of the rest of the country are still recovering from the impact of the financial crisis.

  • Homes in priciest area 25 times dearer than cheapest
    Sky News12 days ago

    Homes in priciest area 25 times dearer than cheapest

    The figures showed home buyers in the royal borough paid an average of £19,439 per square metre in 2016. Top-end house prices in London have been under pressure after stamp duty changes, while many parts of the rest of the country are still recovering from the impact of the financial crisis.

  • RBS chair Sir Howard Davies: Six months to avoid City jobs exodus
    Sky News15 days ago

    RBS chair Sir Howard Davies: Six months to avoid City jobs exodus

    The Government has been told it has less than six months to strike a Brexit deal in order to prevent an exodus from the City of London (LSE: CIN.L - news) . RBS (LSE: RBS.L - news) chairman Sir Howard Davies warned there is now a "very, very, very tight" time frame for ministers to agree the terms of a transitional Brexit agreement with the EU, if it hopes to stop major finance firms moving jobs abroad. The senior banker, who was appointed chairman of Government-owned RBS in 2015, claimed businesses would only wait until March next year before triggering contingency plans to relocate away from the UK.

  • German firms told to prepare for a 'very hard' Brexit
    Sky News18 days ago

    German firms told to prepare for a 'very hard' Brexit

    Germany's biggest business lobby group has warned companies operating in the UK to prepare for a "very hard Brexit". The Federation of German Industries (BDI) accused Theresa May's Government of being "at odds" with itself on a clear strategy for the looming divorce, claiming the outcome was "completely open". Its managing director, Joachim Lang, told reporters in Berlin: "After four rounds of negotiations, German industry looks with concern at the progress of the Brexit negotiations.

  • Reuters - UK Focus20 days ago

    Moo proving business etiquette still matters in digital age

    LONDON, Oct (Shenzhen: 000069.SZ - news) 3 (Reuters) - London-based Moo is doubling its sales every three years and proving that there is a place for a premium-priced business card printer in a digital age. On Tuesday, the decade-old member of the city's Silicon Roundabout tech scene posted 38 percent revenue growth for 2016 and a strengthened executive roster that includes a former chief financial officer for car-sharing pioneer ZipCar. "In a society where our lives are becoming ever more connected online, the physical moments when we meet are becoming all the more precious," Richard Moross, Moo's founder and chief executive, said in an interview.

  • Theresa May warns EU over 'needless' barriers for City of London
    Sky News25 days ago

    Theresa May warns EU over 'needless' barriers for City of London

    Theresa May has warned the EU against attempting to diminish the City of London (LSE: CIN.L - news) during Brexit negotiations. The Prime Minister insisted "it is in neither the EU's nor the UK's interest" to see Britain's dominant financial services sector "fragment" once the country leaves the EU. Speaking at a conference to mark the 20th anniversary of the Bank of England's independence, Mrs May urged the EU not to erect "needless" barriers to trade in goods or services as the UK departs the bloc.

  • Reuters - UK Focus25 days ago

    Despite Brexit, London skyscrapers draw highest rents in Europe

    Rents for office space in London skyscrapers are still the highest across Europe, a report showed on Thursday, indicating that the capital remains one of the most sought after business hubs despite Britain's looming exit from the European Union. Prime rents in London buildings over 30 storeys stood at $110 per square feet over the first half of the year, nearly double the $58 per square feet and $54 per square feet rent for buildings in Paris and Frankfurt respectively, according to the report by property group Knight Frank. London's future as Europe's premier financial hub has been threatened by Brexit as many companies have said they may move some jobs out of the British capital if the country loses its access to Europe's single market and are already drawing up plans.

  • Reuters - UK Focus29 days ago

    Scrap plan for new banking tax, London financiers tells UK opposition party

    A financial transaction tax proposed by Britain's opposition Labour Party would risk the competitiveness of London's financial centre, the City of London (LSE: CIN.L - news) Corporation said on Sunday, calling for the proposal to be scrapped. The leftist Labour Party, which is holding its annual conference in southern English town of Brighton, has advocated a so-called 'Robin Hood' tax to levy charges on bond and derivative trades. "A financial transactions tax, however described, would be a unilateral policy which would weaken our hand and undermine our competitiveness," said the corporation's Policy Chairman, Catherine McGuinness.

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    London police give all clear, lift cordon in financial district

    London police said they had lifted a cordon put in place in part of the city's financial district on Wednesday morning after determining that an item found there was not suspicious. Earlier, officers had ...

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    British police investigate suspicious package in London's financial district

    London police said they had cordoned off part of the city's financial district on Wednesday after a report of a suspicious package. "Cordons have been put in place at the junctions of Moorgate and ...

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  • Philip Hammond rejects 'protectionist' EU agendas after Brexit
    Sky Newslast month

    Philip Hammond rejects 'protectionist' EU agendas after Brexit

    Brussels will not be allowed to use Brexit to introduce "protectionist" measures targeting the City of London (LSE: CIN.L - news) , Philip Hammond has said. Britain, the EU's biggest financial centre, acknowledged there are legitimate concerns among its European partners about the oversight and supervision of financial markets after the UK leaves the bloc in March 2019, the Chancellor said. Mr Hammond was speaking at the first annual dinner of UK Finance, a new industry body launched this year.

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    UK banks call for "mutual recognition" deal with EU after Brexit

    Britain and the European Union should accept each other's rules governing financial services in a "flexible" trade deal that offers unfettered market access to big banks but protects small investors, according to proposals made in a draft industry document seen by Reuters on Friday. UK Finance, a trade body that represents British banks like Barclays (LSE: BARC.L - news) , HSBC, Lloyds and RBS (LSE: RBS.L - news) , said in its 91-page proposal on "Financial Services in a new EU-UK Trade Agreement" that "mutual recognition" should be an "overarching principle". Banks and other financial firms authorised in the UK would then be allowed by the bloc's regulators to continue serving customers in the EU from Britain after Brexit in 2019.

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  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    Hong Kong property investors go trophy hunting in London despite Brexit

    Chinese investment in London commercial property has more than trebled since before Britain voted to leave the European Union, most of it channelled through Hong Kong at a time of heightened political uncertainty in the former British colony. While others have pulled back from British property following last year's Brexit referendum, investors largely from Hong Kong are snapping up the British capital's best-known skyscrapers including the "Cheesegrater" and "Walkie Talkie".

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    Man plunges to death at London Stock Exchange

    "We were called to the London Stock Exchange... to a report of a man who had fallen from an upper floor in the building," City of London (LSE: CIN.L - news) police said, adding that they were treating the incident as non-suspicious. The London ambulance service said the man was pronounced dead at the scene.

  • The irony at the heart of the RBS Brexit plan
    Sky News3 months ago

    The irony at the heart of the RBS Brexit plan

    It's a decade since RBS (LSE: RBS.L - news) bought the Dutch bank ABN-Amro in one of the most overpriced, ego-driven and misguided takeovers in history. A deal so wretched that it hobbled RBS' balance sheet and dragged it down, like an anchor pulling down a drowning man. RBS was bailed out by the Government and has spent the past 10 years dealing with the aftermath of the battles of the past.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    UK will not cut taxes below European average after Brexit -Hammond

    Britain does not intend to lower taxes far below the European average in order to remain competitive after Brexit but rather expects to keep a recognisably European economic and social model, finance minister Philip Hammond said. Hammond himself had suggested in January that Britain may have to change its economic model to remain competitive in the event that it left the European Union without having secured an agreement on market access. Hammond, who had campaigned for Britain to remain in the EU ahead of last year's referendum, is seen as a proponent of a relatively "soft Brexit", sometimes putting him at odds with cabinet colleagues who yearn for a cleaner break with the bloc.

  • Hong Kong firm buys City skyscraper for record £1.3bn
    AFP3 months ago

    Hong Kong firm buys City skyscraper for record £1.3bn

    The 'Walkie Talkie' skyscraper, seen in the centre front of this photo, fetched the e highest price ever paid for a single building in Britain at £1.3 billion (1.5 billion euros, $1.7 billion)

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    London's top boroughs built fewer homes for poor - study

    London boroughs with the highest property prices are failing to build low-cost homes for their poorest residents, according to a report released on Wednesday that further highlights the social divide in the capital's housing market. A study by GMB, one of Britain's largest unions, found that six out of the capital's 10 most expensive boroughs built below-average levels of low-cost rental housing in the last year. The study comes a month after a huge fire at a social housing block in one of Europe's richest boroughs revealed the city's gaping rich-poor divide.

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