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Legal & General Group Plc (LGEN.L)

LSE - LSE Delayed Price. Currency in GBp (0.01 GBP)
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234.20+12.30 (+5.54%)
As of 02:31PM BST. Market open.
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Previous Close221.90
Open230.00
Bid234.10 x 0
Ask234.20 x 0
Day's Range227.80 - 235.10
52 Week Range208.90 - 309.90
Volume13,050,771
Avg. Volume14,945,042
Market Cap13.988B
Beta (5Y Monthly)1.46
PE Ratio (TTM)6.89
EPS (TTM)0.34
Earnings DateAug 09, 2022
Forward Dividend & Yield0.19 (8.64%)
Ex-Dividend DateAug 18, 2022
1y Target Est311.67
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    • Financial Times

      Legal & General moves to reassure investors over pension fund turmoil

      Legal & General has moved to reassure investors over its financial health after an investing strategy the insurer helped pioneer for UK pension funds blew up in the recent bond market turmoil. The FTSE 100 group is one of the biggest players in the market for so-called liability-driven investment (LDI) strategies, which many defined benefit pension schemes have adopted in recent years in an effort to help match their liabilities and assets, often using derivatives. The strategies, which require pension funds to post collateral, have come under acute pressure since chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng’s plan for unfunded tax cuts sent yields on UK government bonds sharply higher.

    • Reuters

      UPDATE 1-Legal & General says met collateral calls without difficulty

      Legal & General Group said on Tuesday it would continue to support pension fund clients buffeted by sudden interest rate hikes but had not experienced difficulty in meeting collateral calls and has not been a forced seller of gilts or bonds. In a trading update, the company said market volatility had increased significantly in the second half of the year, but this has had "limited economic impact" on its businesses and its expectations for full year operating profit of around 8% and capital generation of 1.8 billion pounds were unchanged. "One of the strengths of the UK insurance regime is that we regularly monitor and stress our capital and liquidity requirements to a 1 in 200 stress level so that we can withstand shocks like we have seen in the past few days," L&G said.

    • Reuters

      Legal & General says met collateral calls without difficulty

      Legal & General Group said on Tuesday it would continue to support pension fund clients buffetted by sudden rate hikes but had not experienced difficulty in meeting collateral calls and has not been a forced seller of gilts or bonds. In a trading update, the company said market volatility had increased significantly in the second half of the year, but this has had "limited economic impact" on its businesses and its expectations for full year operating profit and capital generation were unchanged. "One of the strengths of the UK insurance regime is that we regularly monitor and stress our capital and liquidity requirements to a 1 in 200 stress level so that we can withstand shocks like we have seen in the past few days," the company said, referring to a rapid rises in UK government bond yields, which had triggered a liquidity crisis in many UK pension funds.

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