DMB.F - Hargreaves Lansdown plc

Frankfurt - Frankfurt Delayed price. Currency in EUR
22.77
+0.15 (+0.66%)
At close: 8:02AM CEST
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Previous close22.62
Open22.77
Bid22.95 x 0
Ask23.50 x 0
Day's range22.77 - 22.77
52-week range18.59 - 28.12
Volume8
Avg. volume2
Market cap10.839B
Beta (3Y monthly)1.00
PE ratio (TTM)34.71
EPS (TTM)0.66
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.37 (1.64%)
Ex-dividend date2019-02-14
1y target estN/A
  • Lawmakers' probe of British stockpicker and broking giant could shake up the fund industry, analysts say
    CNBC29 days ago

    Lawmakers' probe of British stockpicker and broking giant could shake up the fund industry, analysts say

    A post-mortem by British lawmakers and regulators into the suspension of the U.K.'s best known stockpicker's flagship fund could expose some systemic flaws in the fund industry, analysts have suggested.

  • Hargreaves urges Woodford Fund to repay customers
    Sky Newslast month

    Hargreaves urges Woodford Fund to repay customers

    The chief executive of an investment platform that championed Neil Woodford's suspended fund has said he is "putting pressure" on the fund manager to repay his customers. Chris Hill, chief executive of Hargreaves Lansdown, said in an update to the platform's clients that he was "angered" about the lack of resolution over the shutdown of the flagship LF Woodford Equity Income Fund. Almost 300,000 Hargreaves Lansdown investors have around £1.6bn in assets tied up in the fund, which was suspended at the beginning of the month.

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    UPDATE 3-Nearly 300,000 Hargreaves Lansdown clients exposed to Woodford fund

    British investment platform Hargreaves Lansdown said nearly a quarter of its clients are exposed to Neil Woodford's suspended fund, piling further pressure on the company for heavily backing the fund since it was launched. The scale of retail investors' holdings in the fund has propelled Woodford to the front of Britain's business pages, drawing criticism from savers and politicians alike and casting doubts over his investing style. In a letter to the UK's treasury committee published on Wednesday, Hargreaves CEO Chris Hill said 133,769 clients had a direct holding worth 1.1 billion pounds in the suspended 3.7 billion pounds ($4.65 billion) LF Woodford Equity Income Fund.

  • Nearly 300,000 Hargreaves Lansdown clients exposed to Woodford fund
    Reuterslast month

    Nearly 300,000 Hargreaves Lansdown clients exposed to Woodford fund

    British investment platform Hargreaves Lansdown said nearly a quarter of its clients are exposed to Neil Woodford's suspended fund, piling further pressure on the company for heavily backing the fund since it was launched. The scale of retail investors' holdings in the fund has propelled Woodford to the front of Britain's business pages, drawing criticism from savers and politicians alike and casting doubts over his investing style. In a letter to the UK's treasury committee published on Wednesday, Hargreaves CEO Chris Hill said 133,769 clients had a direct holding worth £1.1 billion in the suspended £3.7 billion LF Woodford Equity Income Fund.

  • Reuterslast month

    Hargreaves CEO says to forgo bonus until Woodford fund issue resolved

    "Until investors are able to access their money held with Woodford Equity Income, I will not be taking a bonus," Hill said in an emailed statement. Woodford, among Britain's most famous fund managers, has faced fierce criticism after suspending his £3.7 billion equity income fund on June 3, in a rare move for a fund designed for retail investors. Hargreaves, a major Woodford backer, picks out a number of funds it considers to be among the best value for its ‘Wealth 50’ list.

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    UPDATE 1-Hargreaves CEO says to forgo bonus until Woodford fund issue resolved

    Hargreaves Lansdown Chief Executive Officer Chris Hill said on Monday he will forgo a bonus until investors in Neil Woodford's suspended fund, which was backed by the British fund supermarket, have access to their money. "Until investors are able to access their money held with Woodford Equity Income, I will not be taking a bonus," Hill said in an emailed statement. Woodford, among Britain's most famous fund managers, has faced fierce criticism after suspending his 3.7 billion pound ($4.70 billion) equity income fund on June 3, in a rare move for a fund designed for retail investors.

  • Reuterslast month

    Hargreaves Lansdown CEO to forgo bonus over Woodford fund fallout - FT

    On Tuesday, British lawmaker Nicky Morgan asked for information about Hargreaves Lansdown's links to the Woodford fund, which was frozen on June 3. Hargreaves Lansdown did not immediately respond to a Reuters request for comment.

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    UK lawmaker asks Hargreaves Lansdown about links to Woodford fund

    Senior British lawmaker Nicky Morgan has asked UK fund supermarket Hargreaves Lansdown for information about its links to the Woodford fund suspended last week, a British parliamentary committee said on Tuesday. Treasury Select Committee chair Morgan has written to Hargreaves' CEO Chris Hill to ask about the firm's links to the Woodford fund, its inclusion on Hargreaves Lansdown's "Wealth 50" list, and to detail the number of its customers exposed to the fund, the committee said in a statement.

  • Woodford draws fire from politicians, investors over fund suspension
    Reuterslast month

    Woodford draws fire from politicians, investors over fund suspension

    British politicians and regulators piled pressure on Neil Woodford following the suspension of his flagship fund a week ago, while investors pulled money from his other products and a major backer distanced itself from the frozen fund. Woodford Investment Management suspended its equity income fund on June 3, a rare move for a product aimed at retail equity investors, after a run of redemption requests. Morgan's comments came after Andrew Bailey, chief executive of Britain's markets regulator, the Financial Conduct Authority, said the suspension raised "important questions" about how illiquid investments should be regulated.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    Hargreaves Lansdown assets boosted by market gains, net inflows

    British fund supermarket Hargreaves Lansdown on Wednesday posted a 13.9% rise in assets in the first four months of 2019, boosted by market and new business gains. Hargreaves, which offers a range of financial services to largely UK retail customers, said a slow start to the year had picked up into April as clients looked to make use of their tax-free savings allowance before the end of the financial year. Total assets under administration at the end of April were 97.8 billion pounds ($126.26 billion), up from 85.9 billion at the end-December, it said in a statement.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    UK markets watchdog bolsters protection of pension scheme members

    Committees that check if employees get a good deal from their work pension should also consider how retirement schemes examine the impact of climate change on investments, Britain's markets watchdog proposed on Monday. Firms that have workplace pension schemes already have to set up an independent governance committee, or IGC, to check that members are not being ripped off by unfair transaction costs. The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is proposing to widen this remit to include a duty to report on environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues, consumer concerns, and how pension scheme providers select stocks and bonds to invest in, known as stewardship.

  • Centrica: British Gas owner's shares plunge after price cap warning
    Sky News5 months ago

    Centrica: British Gas owner's shares plunge after price cap warning

    Shares (Berlin: DI6.BE - news) in British Gas owner Centrica (Frankfurt: A0DK6K - news) have fallen sharply after it warned 2019 financial performance would be hit by factors including the energy price cap. The FTSE 100-listed group was down 12% after it also revealed that it had shed 742,000 UK customer accounts last year in a "highly competitive" market. Centrica said profits at its UK home energy supply division were down by 19% to £466m for 2018, though the overall group's headline measure of adjusted operating profit was up 12% to £1.39bn.

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 months ago

    Anglo American core profit beats, on journey to 'zero harm'

    Anglo American (LSE: AAL.L - news) reported on Thursday better than expected core earnings, driven by higher copper and coal prices, but said no financial performance was "worth a life" and its biggest challenge was eliminating danger at its mines. The mining industry is under scrutiny following the collapse of a dam operated by Vale (Swiss: VALE.SW - news) in Brazil in January, which has rocked confidence in the sector just when balance sheets had been repaired after the commodities crash of 2015-16. Of the major companies, Anglo American was one of the worst hit by the commodity market slump and has made the strongest recovery.

  • Sainsbury's-Asda deal in jeopardy over price and quality concerns
    Sky News5 months ago

    Sainsbury's-Asda deal in jeopardy over price and quality concerns

    A planned merger of Sainsbury's and Asda has been thrown into jeopardy after the competition watchdog identified "extensive" concerns. The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) said the deal could lead to higher prices and lower quality and that it would be "difficult" for the companies to resolve them so that it can go ahead. The CMA said options for addressing its concerns included blocking the deal or forcing the companies to sell off "a significant number of stores and other assets" - potentially including one of the Sainsbury's or Asda brands.

  • Sainsbury's-Asda deal could be blocked over competition concerns
    Sky News5 months ago

    Sainsbury's-Asda deal could be blocked over competition concerns

    A planned merger of Sainsbury (Amsterdam: SJ6.AS - news) 's and Asda has been thrown into jeopardy after the competition watchdog identified "extensive" concerns. The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) said the deal could lead to higher prices and lower quality and that it would be "difficult" for the companies to resolve them so that it can go ahead. The CMA said options for addressing its concerns included blocking the deal or forcing the companies to sell off "a significant number of stores and other assets" - potentially including one of the Sainsbury's or Asda brands.

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 months ago

    New cancer drugs, China give AstraZeneca welcome sales boost

    Drugmaker AstraZeneca forecast a second straight year of sales growth on Thursday, driven by revenue from cancer medicines and other new treatments, lifting its shares. Shares in AstraZeneca, which reported better than expected fourth-quarter results, were up 5.1 percent to 6,015 pence by 1040 GMT, on track for their best day in more than 18 months. After a sharp sales fall following his appointment in 2012 due to the expiry of major patents, the results were the latest vindication of Chief Executive Officer Pascal Soriot's strategy for rebooting the British drugmaker.

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