SDR.L - Schroders plc

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp (0.01 GBP)
+7.80 (+1.71%)
At close: 07:01PM BST
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Previous close455.50
Bid411.40 x 0
Ask568.00 x 0
Day's range458.10 - 464.40
52-week range348.00 - 519.52
Avg. volume3,408,009
Market cap7.469B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.22
PE ratio (TTM)15.44
EPS (TTM)0.30
Earnings date27 Jul 2023
Forward dividend & yield0.21 (4.60%)
Ex-dividend date23 Mar 2023
1y target est471.14
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  • Reuters

    Schroders' assets under management fall on year; small uptick from prior quarter

    Geopolitical risks and fears of economic growth had kept investors from parting with cash during 2022, but fund managers are starting to see signs of revival, despite recent U.S. banking turmoil. At the end of the first quarter, Schroders' assets under management rose 1.2% to 746.3 billion, although still 0.8% lower than the corresponding period a year ago, when the Russia-Ukraine conflict had just begun. Peer St. James's Place said assets under management rose 3.5% by the end of March quarter, adding that it expected a more supportive environment for new business in 2023.

  • The Guardian

    Revolut’s place as UK’s top fintech firm at risk after Schroders writedown

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  • Bloomberg

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    Insiders saw their UK£1.7m investment bump up to UK£1.7m after Schroders plc (LON:SDR) soared 6.1% last week

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    Schroders Full Year 2022 Earnings: Beats Expectations

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  • Reuters

    Schroders reports dip in client funds in 2022, lower profit

    LONDON (Reuters) -British fund manager Schroders reported a slide in its assets under management on Thursday, as market turmoil in 2022 dented the value of its funds and led some investors to pull out of riskier assets. After seeing a boost in client funds during the COVID-19 pandemic, fund managers experienced a leaner 2022, as the war in Ukraine, soaring inflation and a global markets slump soured investor sentiment. Analysts at JPMorgan said in a note that Schroders' profit for the second half of the year narrowly missed forecasts, as costs were higher than expected.

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  • Reuters

    Schroders gets nod to set up China fund unit as Beijing speeds up approvals

    Schroders has obtained Chinese regulatory approval to set up a wholly-owned mutual fund unit in China, as Beijing accelerates opening up its giant financial sector to foreigners. China abruptly dismantled its strict, three-year zero-COVID policy in early December, and the government has apparently stepped up efforts to woo foreign companies and investors to aid an economic recovery. Last month, U.S. asset manager Neuberger Berman celebrated the opening of its China retail fund business, while Fidelity International was granted a mutual fund licence in the country.

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  • Reuters

    Schroders begins to offload its $340 million stake in property firm Adler - Bloomberg News

    Schroders has reduced its holding in Adler by around 23 million euros in June, the report added. The fund manager reported a fall in its assets under management last week hurt by its under-fire liability driven investment business. Adler Group declined to comment when contacted by Reuters, while Schroders did not immediately respond.

  • The Telegraph

    Blue chip fund manager suffers £21bn blow from pension fund crisis

    Britain’s biggest fund manager has suffered a £21bn hit after turmoil in the pensions market triggered a wave of panic selling.

  • Yahoo Finance UK

    FTSE 100: Schroders sees assets shrink to £752.4bn

    Global fund managers are now witnessing a fall in managed assets amid financial turmoil.

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  • Reuters

    Capricorn shareholder Schroders against Tullow merger in current form

    LONDON (Reuters) -Capricorn Energy shareholder Schroders would vote against the oil and gas producer's planned merger with Tullow Oil in its current form, the investment company's head of UK and European Mid and Small Caps told Reuters on Tuesday. Andy Brough added a fairer deal would see Capricorn shareholders get 70% of the new entity. The current plan, which sees 47% go to Capricorn shareholders, has been criticised by other Capricorn investors.

  • Reuters

    Funds begin parking sanction-hit Russian assets in 'side pockets'

    So-called "side pockets", used by hedge funds in the global financial crisis, but previously not allowed for mainstream European funds, separate out illiquid often risky assets so main funds can trade freely and attract new investors who would not share in any gains or losses from those assets. Schroders last month set up side pockets for Russian assets in its Luxembourg-domiciled emerging Europe fund, which has total assets of more than 200 million euros ($207 million), the company said. Austria's Erste told Reuters it was considering a similar move for Russian assets in its suspended emerging Europe fund.

  • Reuters

    Too early to call market turn, Schroders CEO says

    LONDON (Reuters) -It is too early to call an end to financial market falls driven by the Ukraine war, the chief executive of Schroders said on Thursday, as the British fund manager's shares hit six-week highs on an uptick in assets under management. Asset managers have been suffering from a drop in markets following the invasion of Ukraine, which Russia calls a "special military operation", while high inflation has also forced savers to tighten their belts. "It's going to remain difficult," Peter Harrison told Reuters, pointing to the likelihood of a "long war" in Ukraine.

  • Reuters

    Schroders teams up with conservation body to invest in nature-protection projects

    Asset manager Schroders has teamed up with an environmental organisation to set up a Singapore-based fund house to invest in projects that seek to halt and reverse the destruction of nature due to climate change. Akaria Natural Capital, the venture between Schroders and U.S. non-profit organisation Conservation International, will initially invest in 15-20 projects across Southeast Asia, Schroders said on Monday. Akaria will ultimately manage a series of funds that will finance projects in the region, and will seek a fund management licence from the Monetary Authority of Singapore, it said.