LSE.L - London Stock Exchange Group plc

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
3,810.00
+6.00 (+0.16%)
At close: 5:10PM GMT
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Previous close3,804.00
Open3,794.00
Bid3,787.00 x 47300
Ask4,001.00 x 7000
Day's range3,790.00 - 3,820.00
52-week range2,611.00 - 4,069.00
Volume444,482
Avg. volume637,868
Market cap13.2B
Beta1.29
PE ratio (TTM)39.98
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.37 (0.73%)
Ex-dividend date2017-08-24
1y target estN/A
  • The US-based tech company that just went public in London
    TechCrunch44 minutes ago

    The US-based tech company that just went public in London

    Boku, a United States-based carrier billing company, listed on the London Stock Exchange’s Alternative Investment Market (AIM) recently, selling £45 million in stock.

  • TCI asks regulators to appoint new London Stock Exchange chairman
    Reuters3 hours ago

    TCI asks regulators to appoint new London Stock Exchange chairman

    The Bank of England and Britain's markets watchdog should step in to appoint a new chairman at the London Stock Exchange (LSE.L), Christopher Hohn, founder of activist hedge fund TCI said on Tuesday. Hohn has forced the LSE to hold a shareholder meeting to vote on TCI's resolution to oust LSE Chairman Donald Brydon over the way he handled the departure of CEO Xavier Rolet, planned for next year. Hohn said in a letter to Brydon on Tuesday that it "appears" that Rolet is being "improperly threatened" by the exchange's board with severe reputational damage unless he immediately steps down as CEO, or confirms he does not want to remain as CEO.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 hours ago

    TCI asks regulators to appoint new London Stock Exchange chairman

    The Bank of England and Britain's markets watchdog should step in to appoint a new chairman at the London Stock Exchange (Other OTC: LDNXF - news) , Christopher Hohn, founder of activist hedge fund TCI said on Tuesday. Hohn has forced the LSE to hold a shareholder meeting to vote on TCI's resolution to oust LSE Chairman Donald Brydon over the way he handled the departure of CEO Xavier Rolet, planned for next year. Hohn said in a letter to Brydon on Tuesday that it "appears" that Rolet is being "improperly threatened" by the exchange's board with severe reputational damage unless he immediately steps down as CEO, or confirms he does not want to remain as CEO.

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 hours ago

    TCI calls on regulators to intervene in London Stock Exchange CEO spat

    The Bank of England and Britain's markets watchdog should step in to appoint a new chairman at the London Stock Exchange (Other OTC: LDNXF - news) , Christopher Hohn, founder of activist hedge fund TCI said on Tuesday. Hohn has forced the London bourse to hold a shareholder meeting to vote on TCI's resolution to oust LSE Chairman Donald Brydon over the way he handled the departure of CEO Xavier Rolet, planned for next year. Hohn said in a letter to Brydon on Tuesday that it "appears" that Rolet is being "improperly threatened" by the exchange's board with severe reputational damage unless he immediately steps down as CEO, or confirms he does not want to remain as CEO.

  • Reuters - UK Focusyesterday

    Deutsche Boerse says about 20 banks join its clearing programme

    About 20 banks have signed up to Deutsche Boerse's profit-sharing scheme on interest rate swaps at its clearing business, the company said on Monday. The programme, announced last month, aims to wrest ...

  • LSE directors draft in top City law firm as Rolet feud escalates
    Sky Newsyesterday

    LSE directors draft in top City law firm as Rolet feud escalates

    Directors of the London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG) have called in a top City law firm to represent them in their escalating feud with the company's chief executive and an activist investor. Sky News has learnt that Schillings has been hired to represent the exchange-owner's non-executive directors as they prepare a public defence of their case for announcing last month that CEO Xavier Rolet would retire next year. The hedge fund has called for the ousting of Donald Brydon, LSEG's chairman, and the renewal of Mr Rolet's contract until 2021.

  • Reuters5 days ago

    Cabot Credit Management latest victim of London IPO market, Bakkavor trades up

    Britain's biggest debt collector Cabot Credit Management (IPO-CAB.L) abandoned its plan on Thursday for an initial public offering (IPO), the latest in a string of companies to ditch attempts to list on the London Stock Exchange. The IPO market has been muted since the country voted to leave the European Union in June 2016, making firms skittish about market launches. Ready meals firm Bakkavor Group (BAKK.L), which this month pulled but then resurrected its market debut plan, was trading up 5 percent at 189 pence by 1527 GMT.

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 days ago

    Cabot Credit Management drops LSE IPO plans

    Britain's biggest debt collector Cabot Credit Management (IPO-CAB.L) said on Thursday it would not be proceeding with its initial public offering on the London Stock Exchange. "The Board believes proceeding with the transaction would not be in the best interest of the company or its shareholders, given the current IPO and broader market conditions," the company said in a statement. In October, Cabot said it would list on the London Stock Exchange, targeting a 1 billion-pound ($1.3 billion) market capitalisation, a source familiar with the matter told Reuters.

  • Reuters5 days ago

    Investor TCI demands LSE answer more questions in board tussle

    Activist investor TCI has demanded the London Stock Exchange (LSE.L) answer a series of questions ahead of a shareholder meeting called by the fund to oust the chairman over his handling of the planned replacement of its chief executive. Among the questions TCI wants answered by the LSE board before the meeting, the date of which has yet to be set, are the specific reasons behind the exit of CEO Xavier Rolet, who TCI said in a letter dated Nov. 15 was "dismissed". The letter is the latest salvo by TCI founder Chris Hohn in his battle to overturn the decision to replace Rolet, who has presided over a period of stellar growth for the City institution that has seen its shares surge in value.

  • Reuters - UK Focus6 days ago

    Investor TCI demands UK's LSE answer more questions in board tussle

    Activist investor TCI has demanded the London Stock Exchange (Other OTC: LDNXF - news) answer a series of questions ahead of a shareholder meeting called by the fund to oust the chairman over his handling of the planned replacement of its chief executive. Among the questions TCI wants answered by the LSE board before the meeting, the date of which has yet to be set, are the specific reasons behind the exit of CEO Xavier Rolet, who TCI said in a letter dated Nov. 15 was "dismissed". TCI said investors needed to know if concerns about Rolet's performance or other business reason drove the decision, whether Rolet was still fit to remain as CEO and how the board assessed risks of removing him.

  • Reuters6 days ago

    London Stock Exchange says will give 'all facts' on CEO departure

    The London Stock Exchange said on Wednesday it will provide "all the facts necessary" for shareholders to vote on how its chairman handled the planned departure of chief executive Xavier Rolet. "The letter calls on us to provide clarity to shareholders," the LSE said in a statement.

  • The Wall Street Journal6 days ago

    [$$] How Not to Handle Activist Investors: A Lesson From London

    The London Stock Exchange Group and its chairman, Donald Brydon, seem to be writing a case study in how not to deal with an activist.

  • JPMorgan says fears Brexit day upheaval if UK clearing houses cut off
    Reuters6 days ago

    JPMorgan says fears Brexit day upheaval if UK clearing houses cut off

    Financial markets face Brexit day upheaval if clearing houses in Britain are abruptly cut off from continental customers, a senior JPMorgan (JPM.N) bank official said on Wednesday. Sally Dewar, international head of regulatory affairs at the U.S. bank, said that without European Union recognition of UK clearers before Britain's departure from the bloc in March 2019, there could be significant market disruption. Under current EU rules, a British clearing house could not obtain this recognition until after Brexit.

  • Reuters - UK Focus6 days ago

    JPMorgan says fears Brexit day upheaval if UK clearing houses cut off

    Financial markets face Brexit day upheaval if clearing houses in Britain are abruptly cut off from continental customers, a senior JPMorgan (LSE: JPIU.L - news) bank official said on Wednesday. Sally Dewar, international head of regulatory affairs at the U.S. bank, said that without European Union recognition of UK clearers before Britain's departure from the bloc in March 2019, there could be significant market disruption. Under current EU rules, a British clearing house could not obtain this recognition until after Brexit.

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