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Share Price: 418.00Bid: 418.00Ask: 419.75Change: 2.00 (+0.48%)Riser - Standard Life
Spread: 1.75Spread as %: 0.42%Open: 418.00High: 418.00Low: 418.00Yesterday’s Close: 416.00


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Yorkshireman
Posts: 820
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:406.00
73p per share interest
20 Feb '15
Jesus -- how can you resist buying :D
 
MY21
Posts: 6,350
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:401.00
Press Comment on results
20 Feb '15
Insurance giant Standard Life said the recent acquisition of Ignis helped it to increase assets under administration by 38% in 2014. The company reported a 19% increase in operating profit before tax from continuing operations to £604m, while the total dividend was lifted 7.8% to 17.03p per share.
Yorkshireman
Posts: 820
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:416.25
Very big
22 Dec '14
Buys coming in -------Best wishes to all for Xmas and New Year --- may all your investments be good ones :D
Yorkshireman
Posts: 820
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:399.00
148k
17 Dec '14
Buy :D Says it all
MY21
Posts: 6,350
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:410.00
Press Comment
11 Nov '14
Government's plans to levy fines of up to £300 on savers choosing to access their pensions like a bank account are a "unfair", the Financial Times reported. Savers will have the opportunity to cash in their pension from next year, but those who access their funds "flexibly" from April could be fined up to £300 if they fail to notify all their other pension providers within a month. Dr Ros Altmann, an independent pensions expert and adviser to the government, said that fining savers was "unworkable" and "draconian" and would "disproportionately disadvantage" the less wealthy.
MY21
Posts: 6,350
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:402.50
Press Comment
29 Oct '14
Standard Life reported a 13% increase in fee revenue from continuing operations over the nine months to the end of September, to hit £1,032m. That came as assets under administration from continuing operations increased to £290.0bn, driven by net inflows of £4.3bn and the acquisition of Ignis Asset Management. Management highlighted how the increased focus on fee business, which the disposal of its Canadian operations will allow, will enable it to return £1.75bn of capital to shareholders.
MY21
Posts: 6,350
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:396.00
Chinese MOU
23 Oct '14
Standard Life signs deal with Chinese bank giant: Standard Life has underlined its global ambitions by signing a Memorandum of Understanding with Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, the world’s biggest bank.
Yorkshireman
Posts: 820
Off Topic
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:388.00
Win Win Win
15 Sep '14
sale -- dividends -- vote no or yes doesn'
t matter --- can't lose
MY21
Posts: 6,350
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:390.25
Press Comment
11 Sep '14
Standard Life Boss warns that company will relocate to England if Scots vote Yes: One of Scotland’s most successful businesses is preparing to relocate to England if Scots vote for independence, its Chief Executive has revealed
Yorkshireman
Posts: 820
Off Topic
Opinion:Buy
Price:390.25
MY21
10 Sep '14
Totally agree ---- shares underpriced -- shareholders to get fabulous deal -- on sale of Canadian business --- plus dividend forcasts great -- win win





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