EMG.L - Man Group plc

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
184.05
-3.10 (-1.66%)
As of 2:09PM BST. Market open.
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Previous close187.15
Open185.40
Bid183.95 x 68000
Ask184.05 x 219800
Day's range183.50 - 186.60
52-week range148.60 - 219.20
Volume1,155,464
Avg. volume6,318,902
Market cap2.922B
Beta0.95
PE ratio (TTM)12.03
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.08 (4.56%)
Ex-dividend date2018-04-26
1y target estN/A
  • Investors Are Undervaluing Man Group plc (LON:EMG) By 7.91%
    Simply Wall St.46 minutes ago

    Investors Are Undervaluing Man Group plc (LON:EMG) By 7.91%

    EMG operates in the capital markets sector, which has characteristics that make it unique to other industries. Understanding these differences is crucial when it comes to putting a value onRead More...

  • This battered small-cap could see a stunning turnaround this year
    Fool.co.uk12 days ago

    This battered small-cap could see a stunning turnaround this year

    Years of hard work are finally starting to pay off for this City institution.

  • Pimco Rises Under a New Team at the House That Bill Gross Built
    Bloomberg20 days ago

    Pimco Rises Under a New Team at the House That Bill Gross Built

    The sun hasn’t yet lit up the California sky when Daniel Ivascyn and Emmanuel “Manny” Roman join each other at side-by-side desks on the 20th-floor trading room of Pacific Investment Management Co. From their aerie overlooking a luxury shopping mall in tony Newport Beach, the pair brace for another grinding day in the market. Together, they are in charge of the $1.77 trillion fixed-income colossus built by Bill Gross, the vaunted “Bond King.” But things are different since Gross decamped four years ago, pushed out in an awkward coup. Teamwork is the new way at Pimco, and that’s evident right at the top.

  • Man Group CEO Ellis Says China Seeks to Normalize Bond Market
    Bloomberg28 days ago

    Man Group CEO Ellis Says China Seeks to Normalize Bond Market

    Man Group Plc Chief Executive Officer Luke Ellis speaks about global financial markets and the hedge fund firm's operations in China. He speaks with Yvonne Man and David Ingles on "Bloomberg Daybreak: ...

  • Man Group CEO Says China Bond Defaults Will Normalize the Market
    Bloomberg28 days ago

    Man Group CEO Says China Bond Defaults Will Normalize the Market

    Man Group Plc’s Chief Executive Officer Luke Ellis, who oversees the world’s largest publicly traded hedge fund firm, said recent bond defaults in China show that regulators are trying to shift to a more “sensible” market model. “The Chinese government, as part of their process of a mixture of liberalizing and normalizing markets, is clearly trying to get the bond market in China to be a more normal market,” Ellis said in an interview with Bloomberg Television in Hong Kong. Rising credit risks in China have roiled the market amid an increase in borrowing costs spurred by a broader push by policy makers to rein in financial leverage.

  • China Energy Misses Payment on Bond, Triggering Cross Default
    Bloomberg29 days ago

    China Energy Misses Payment on Bond, Triggering Cross Default

    China Energy Reserve & Chemicals Group Co. said it hasn’t paid a $350 million bond that matured earlier this month, in the latest example of China’s deleveraging campaign choking off financing for some companies. The company plans to suspend this year’s interest payments on bonds due in 2021 and 2022 while it considers asset sales and seeks to restructure the notes, China Energy said in a filing that appeared on the Hong Kong exchange on May 27. China Energy rose to prominence earlier this year when it pulled out of a $5.2 billion deal to buy a Hong Kong skyscraper from Li Ka-shing’s company, after making an unsuccessful bid for Australian oil and gas explorer AWE Ltd.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    British hedge fund Man Group lifted by net inflows

    Man Group (EMG.L), the world's largest listed hedge fund, reported a 3 percent rise in total assets in the first-quarter after net inflows of $4.8 billion (£3.3 billion) more than offset performance losses. Shares in the British hedge fund rose 6.2 percent by 0830 GMT after analysts said the inflows could be the start of sustained demand for Man Group's diverse strategies, including equity, fund-of-funds and computer-driven trading.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    British hedge fund Man Group lifted by net inflows

    Man Group, the world's largest listed hedge fund, reported a 3 percent rise in total assets in the first-quarter after net inflows of $4.8 billion more than offset performance losses. Shares in the British ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    Hedge fund Man Group says assets up 3 pct on net inflows

    Man Group, the world's largest listed hedge fund, said on Thursday that net inflows of $4.8 billion in the first quarter helped funds under management rise 3 percent in the first three months of 2018. ...

  • Reuters2 months ago

    UK Stocks-Factors to watch on April 12

    April 12 (Reuters) - Britain's FTSE 100 index is seen opening 18 points lower at 7,239 on Thursday, according to financial bookmakers. * SHIRE: Takeda Pharmaceutical Co Ltd has sounded out creditors for ...

  • Man Group Needs to Feed its Inner Shark
    Bloomberg4 months ago

    Man Group Needs to Feed its Inner Shark

    The hedge fund manager needs to keep expanding its range of strategies.

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 months ago

    British hedge fund Man Group assets rise 35 pct in 2017

    British hedge fund company Man Group on Wednesday said funds under management rose 35 percent to $109.1 billion in 2017, buoyed by net inflows of client money as well as market and currency gains. Man ...

  • Reuters4 months ago

    Man Group assets rise 35 percent in 2017

    By Maiya Keidan LONDON (Reuters) - British hedge fund company Man Group said on Wednesday funds under management rose 35 percent to $109.1 billion (78.5 billion pounds) in 2017, buoyed by net inflows of ...

  • Reuters5 months ago

    AA stops the rot after executive upheaval

    Roadside recovery firm and insurer AA (AAAA.L), aiming to stabilise its business after firing its executive chairman last year, said on Thursday it expected full-year core profit in line with a forecast made in September. The shares had tumbled to record lows after AA cut its profit guidance in September following the abrupt departure of its boss Bob Mackenzie last August. Now led by Chief Executive Simon Breakwell, the company sees trading earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) for the year ending Jan 31, 2018 of 390-395 million pounds ($542-549 million).

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 months ago

    AA stops the rot after executive upheaval

    Roadside recovery firm and insurer AA (Frankfurt: A116XA - news) , aiming to stabilise its business after firing its executive chairman last year, said on Thursday it expected full-year core profit in line with a forecast made in September. AA shares rose as much as 12 percent before trimming gains to trade up 1.5 percent at 0940 GMT, compared with a steady FTSE mid-cap index. The shares had tumbled to record lows after AA cut its profit guidance in September following the abrupt departure of its boss Bob Mackenzie last August.

  • Man Group Says Emerging-Market Bond Values Don't Make Sense
    Bloomberg5 months ago

    Man Group Says Emerging-Market Bond Values Don't Make Sense

    The world’s largest publicly traded hedge fund is turning wary on emerging-market dollar bonds after such securities rallied the most since the global financial crisis.

  • Reuters6 months ago

    Defiant O'Leary says union recognition sets stage for Ryanair expansion

    Ryanair Chief Executive Michael O'Leary broke months of media silence on Tuesday to defend his decision to recognise unions for the first time in 32 years, saying it would allow his airline to expand and help to keep staff costs down. In his first interview since Friday's surprise decision to accept unionisation to stave off a string of Christmas strikes, O'Leary said the move was his idea and that he would not step down. This is serious," O'Leary said of the decision, which he said was "in many respects my idea" and which he ran past the company's board of directors on Thursday night.

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