London Stock Exchange Group PLC (LSEG)

7,400.0
+10.0(+0.14%)
  • Volume:
    62,510
  • Bid/Ask:
    7,398.0/7,402.0
  • Day's Range:
    7,390.0 - 7,464.0

LSEG Overview

Prev. Close
7,390
Day's Range
7,390-7,464
Revenue
4.32B
Open
7,410
52 wk Range
6,854-10,010
EPS
1.2
Volume
62,510
Market Cap
41.15B
Dividend (Yield)
76.70
(1.03%)
Average Volume (3m)
491,019
P/E Ratio
61.77
Beta
0.33
1-Year Change
-12.25%
Shares Outstanding
556,810,600
Next Earnings Date
03 Mar 2022
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London Stock Exchange Group PLC Company Profile

London Stock Exchange Group PLC Company Profile

Sector
Financial
Employees
5554

London Stock Exchange Group PLC (LSEG) is a global financial markets infrastructure provider. LSEG operates across three divisions. Data & Analytics division provides customers with information and data products, and includes real-time and non-real-time data, pricing and reference services and indices, delivered via various distribution channels, including data feeds and desktop solutions. Data & Analytics consists of Trading & Banking Solutions, Investment Solutions, Wealth Solutions, Customer and 3rd Party Risk Solutions, and Enterprise Data Solutions. FTSE Russell is a global multi-asset class provider of indices, analytics and data solutions. Capital Markets division provides access to capital for domestic and international businesses and electronic platforms for secondary market trading of equities, fixed income and FX. Post Trade division provides clearing, settlement and regulatory reporting services to support clients’ risk and balance sheet management and regulatory reporting.

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  • What's going on with the LSEG? Why the drop the past week?
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    • Pleasing figures today, that should settle a few nerves
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      • looks like it just sell all the way,how long does it keeps going low? Guest holding off buying for now.
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        • hello all I am having trouble navigating this app can anyone help
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          • hello all I am having trouble navigating this app can anyone help
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            • hello all I am having trouble navigating this app can anyone help
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              • What's going on?...it keeps rising.Can't see any reason in the news about it?
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                • I'm predicting that by late summer this will be back to the 8-9k range so if you bought in during the April drop to 6.5k you'll be happy.
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                  • Some big money lard has gone overkill on the sell button.
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                    • why it's keep falling? Is it for brexit ?
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                      • Fine, so let's try not make the shorting happen, and help turn this stock around. We have 15 to 20% profit to gain. Let's do this!
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                        • No way, this chart is deadly, youd be crazy to buy now
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                      • 25% hammering post benign results seems massive short seller bets
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                        • LSE plan take over of Refinitiv reduces it appeal. with limited free cashflow and execution risks the takeover could be challenging
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                          • Which planet are you on? because the deal was completed 2 months ago. Lol
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                          • deal might have been completed but merging two companies can be very problematic and if there's any problems they could lose clients from Refinitiv. I still think this is a good long term investment at its current price it will eventually climb back up to the 9k+ range.
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                          • Its a problem that all companies face, how to keep the customers. Anyway, the drop was a result of the EPS being missed.
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                        • dropping further. 'strong sell' more like strong buy
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                          • Another big drop. Will be worth capitilising. on this.
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                            • time to buy
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                              • Sudden spike
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                                • Buy or sell?
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                                  • I'd buy.
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                                • £85.60. Looking for a better entry point, though this is appealing.
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                                  • The LSE Balance Sheet calculates the current ratio to the perecentage of 1.0% but shows no difference between the intial balance rate to the total assets of the transfer. .
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