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Standard Life Share Chat (SLET)



Share Price: 417.875Bid: 416.00Ask: 419.75Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Standard Life
Spread: 3.75Spread as %: 0.90%Open: 419.75High: 419.75Low: 416.00Yesterday’s Close: 417.875


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Yorkshireman
Posts: 1,034
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Price:421.50
It did
29 Feb '16
And gonna tomorrow :D :D
 
Yorkshireman
Posts: 1,034
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Price:438.50
Is
18 Sep '15
This gonna rocket on Monday ----------- emm yes :D
Yorkshireman
Posts: 1,034
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Price:469.00
Glad this
27 Aug '15
Company rocks -- def good long term investment -- will invest in till i die -- which depending on the amount i drink - could be sooner rather than later ehjehehehe -- but i'll die happy :D
finbarr
Posts: 299
Research
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:461.63
IC
10 Aug '15
Buy recommendation in last Friday's Investors Chronicle
Yorkshireman
Posts: 1,034
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Price:462.00
:D
13 Jul '15
:D
Yorkshireman
Posts: 1,034
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Price:459.00
Get set
23 Jun '15
For new record high :D
MY21
Posts: 11,780
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Price:445.00
FT
22 Jun '15
Standard Life: second service: Standard Life, the financial services group that sponsors tennis player Andy Murray, is changing its Chief Executive. Out goes David Nish after six years, in comes Keith Skeoch, head of the company’s investment business. The succession looks as seamless as Standard Life’s transition from traditional life insurer to global asset Manager. But the changeover reveals much about a group whose name no longer reflects its focus. The strategy has paid off. Group assets under management have soared and Standard Life shares have returned more than 190% since Mr Nish took over. It has attracted admirers. Euan Munro, who ran one of Standard Life’s more popular investment products, was poached in 2013 to run Aviva Investors. And Old Mutual hopes its bet on U.K. wealth Manager Quilter Cheviot will help close the 40% valuation gap between itself and Standard Life, whose strongly performing investments business last year accounted for half of group revenue. Mr Skeoch is well suited to run a company that looks more like money Managers BlackRock and Fidelity than a traditional life insurer. Low interest rates — and, in the U.K., pension reforms — are boosting the popularity of investment products. Mr Nish was the man for the knock-up. His successor must continue to outsmart the competition. Your serve, Mr Skeoch.
Yorkshireman
Posts: 1,034
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Price:456.00
Said buy
14 Jun '15
18 Nov 12 -- 50% increase since then -- and still rising - glad i got shares and other investments in this company -- gl to all investors.
MY21
Posts: 11,780
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Price:456.00
The Scotsman
14 Jun '15
Standard Life eyes drawdown market: Retirees who don’t want financial advice or can’t afford it are being targeted by pension firms launching new “drawdown” plans in the wake of recent rule changes.
Yorkshireman
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Price:449.50
Think
8 Jun '15
Large company Investors like SL
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