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Glaxosmithkline Share Chat (GSK)



Share Price: 1,585.20Bid: 1,585.00Ask: 1,585.20Change: 13.60 (+0.87%)Riser - Glaxosmithkline
Spread: 0.20Spread as %: 0.01%Open: 1,577.60High: 1,586.20Low: 1,570.60Yesterday’s Close: 1,571.60


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iknowverylittle
Posts: 462
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1,497.40
RE: Recovery day?
28 Feb '19
5.5 million shares sold in 1 transaction at 16.35, this is definitely going down before it goes up!
 
Fallingknife1
Posts: 4,334
Opinion:Buy
Price:1,505.00
RE: Recovery day?
28 Feb '19
I think it is possible to make £15.80. The market is a bit soggy and this was 1581p 2 weeks ago before the divi. A bit of buoyancy in the market could carry us up on a tide of optimism. I am a buyer myself up to 1600p/
AvatarIII
Posts: 39
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1,505.40
RE: Recovery day?
28 Feb '19
This time laste year it was 1307, it was up to 1397 by end of March this dip is a blip.

Just 1 month ago it wax 1436 and still managed to hit 1581 in less than a month, yes people buying before ex-div helped that, but this share price can move around quite a lot over short periods.
AvatarIII
Posts: 39
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1,505.60
RE: Recovery day?
28 Feb '19
it was 1581 just before exdiv, check previous years, share price normally hits a high some time around March/April
iknowverylittle
Posts: 462
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1,509.00
RE: Recovery day?
28 Feb '19
No way this is going to £15.80 anytime soon.
AvatarIII
Posts: 39
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1,509.40
Recovery day?
28 Feb '19
Looks like price is recovering after the bad dip yesterday. Here's hoping a gradual climb up to ~1580, which is my sell point, sooner rather than later.
Grayling
Posts: 1,735
Opinion:Hold
Price:1,504.40
RE: Puzzled
27 Feb '19
Good luck with the search for better value elsewhere. I agree this has been pedestrian at best but don't use AZN as a basis for comparison as they have been a laggard for years both before and after the failed Pfizer bid and have only picked up now on more positive news about pipeline in oncology. However, not out of the woods yet and don't forget that Trump is gunning for big Pharma in the USA over the prices charged to healthcare insurers in the USA relative to deals that overseas governments get (our NHS for instance). Senate hearings underway now.
Farmertally
Posts: 1,827
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1,512.20
RE: Puzzled
26 Feb '19
Know what you mean. The serial failure of late, Woody, dumped these because they would not break up the group.

They are breaking it up now & the best figure i can find for the 2 groups is £17.50.

The Div is just above 5% now & 20% from here would put the capital growth to £18.40.

Safe or not I think there is better value to be had elsewhere, still looking around myself.
wilfie
Posts: 39
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1,512.20
Puzzled
26 Feb '19
Held GSK exactly 4 years now and yes I’ve had the dividend 4 times a year. Just wondering why this share does not move much in price compared to AZN etc. It would be nice to have some income growth on top of the dividend or am I asking too much? Think I just need direction, wether to stay or sell. Any ideas?
IvaP
Posts: 156
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1,509.80
RE: GSK SP
26 Feb '19
RetiredCopper I agree with that. There's a lot of competition in pharma nowadays.
GSK is a kind of stalwart however.
Buying the dips seems sensible if you look at the charts. Of course you don't really know where the dip is until later if you get my drift.
Grayling
Posts: 1,735
Opinion:Hold
Price:1,533.40
Off the hook!
22 Feb '19
GlaxoSmithKline has issued a statement to the stock market after the Serious Fraud Office announced that it is closing investigation into the company, saying it is "pleased that the SFO have closed their investigation and concluded that no further action is required"
vsavius
Posts: 1
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1,529.80
GSK
22 Feb '19
This is a 20-21£ per share stock. Market is missinterpreting the risk inherent to this company. The management of this company are people who know the business. It MUST go up. If it stays at this level is always good as i ve been getting 6/7% as dividend yield for the last 2 years. In a low rate world. Amazing.
RetiredCopper
Posts: 43
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1,538.00
GSK SP
21 Feb '19
1400 no use I need 1600 to break even ! , we need a big break thru on our pipe line to get this old girl up and running again towards 2000 we are living on our past glories at present.
bendipa1
Posts: 13
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1,538.00
RE: GSK SP
21 Feb '19
I seems that £16 seems an insurmountable barrier as far as GSK is concerned. Every time it gets near it then beats a 10% retreat. So I guess back to the 1400s for a bit.
RetiredCopper
Posts: 43
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1,535.60
GSK SP
21 Feb '19
Always seems to over react the last few years share ex divi 23p share drops a lot further etc ...Must admit jury still out on our new ceo and her future GSK game plan ! .As long as the divi holds at 80p we cant complain. Lloyds poor divi giving me ulcers recently despite the media hype how wonderful AHO is doing etc .I really do think Brexit is being used as a smoke screen by a lot of companies . I am sure Brexit will be used as an excuse for decades for poor company performance, bad England Cricket /Football results and wet Summers.
johnson36
Posts: 2,954
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1,556.00
Ex-dividend today
21 Feb '19
23 pence

to be paid on 11th April
AllAtSea
Posts: 883
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1,574.00
RE: Ex divi tomorrow
20 Feb '19
Have given up being surprised what happens to GSK sp. Now I just ride the waves optimistically and it's paid off. So far..
AvatarIII
Posts: 39
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1,574.00
RE: Ex divi tomorrow
20 Feb '19
I'm surprised too, it has closed higher today than yesterday but only by a little, i was expecting to maybe hit £16 today!
uddinkas
Posts: 649
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1,553.80
Ex divi tomorrow
20 Feb '19
I’m surprised why this has gone down today as the ex divi is tomorrow?
chittybangbang
Posts: 2,158
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1,571.20
RE: The four divis........
18 Feb '19
I do, or try to keep on top. I must admit to having missed the piece in City Wire that allatsea left a link for. Have quite a varied PF and have been a bit preoccupied with oil of late. Good luck to you
Twonko
Posts: 535
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1,571.40
RE: The four divis........
18 Feb '19
Chitty it could possibly have something to do with some or all of the recent GSK news announcements. Always worth reading the financial news I find. This is particularly true in respect of companies I either am or am considering investing in. I recommend it.
riolto10
Posts: 1,936
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1,581.00
RE: Divi
16 Feb '19
19p x3 and final 23p making 80p per share a year..
bazzerhino
Posts: 1,544
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1,581.00
Divi
16 Feb '19
What is the dividend per share per quarter?
chittybangbang
Posts: 2,158
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1,587.80
RE: The four divis........
15 Feb '19
I wonder what has caused this little flurry
riolto10
Posts: 1,936
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1,588.20
RE: The four divis........
15 Feb '19
GSK starting to get back to last years high and the four dividends are a bonus so let's hope there are no hiccups in the near future




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