Lancashire Holdings Limited (LON: LRE) insider buys £ 10,360 in stock
Lancashire Holdings Limited (LON: LRE) insider Simon Fraser bought 2,000 Lancashire shares in a trade which took place on Friday 10 December. The shares were acquired at an average price of 518 GBX ($ 6.87) per share, for a total transaction of Â£ 10,360 ($ 13,738.23).
LON LRE traded the GBX 6 ($ 0.08) during trading hours on Friday, reaching 518 GBX ($ 6.87). 340,463 company shares traded for an average volume of 446,469. Lancashire Holdings Limited has a 52 week low of GBX 490 ($ 6.50) and a 52 week high of GBX 766 ($ 10.16) . The company has a market capitalization of Â£ 1.26 billion and a PE ratio of 21.33. The company has a 50-day simple moving average of GBX 535.02 and a 200-day simple moving average of GBX 602.78. The company has a debt to equity ratio of 29.95, a current ratio of 2.09, and a quick ratio of 1.55.
Several brokerage firms weighed on LRE. Peel Hunt reissued an “add” note and set a target price GBX 615 ($ 8.16) on Lancashire stocks in a research report on Thursday November 4th. Shore Capital reissued a ‘buy’ note on Lancashire shares in a research report on Thursday November 4th. Berenberg Bank lowered its Lancashire stock price target from GBX 800 ($ 10.61) to GBX 730 ($ 9.68) and set a “buy” rating for the company in a published research report Thursday, November 4. Barclays reaffirmed an “overweight” rating and issued a target price GBX 787 ($ 10.44) on Lancashire stocks in a research report on Thursday November 4th. Finally, Peel Hunt reaffirmed an âaddâ rating and issued a target price GBX 615 ($ 8.16) on Lancashire stocks in a research report on Thursday November 4th. Three investment analysts rated the stock with a conservation rating and five gave the stock a buy rating. According to MarketBeat, the company currently has an average rating of âBuyâ and an average price target of GBX 708.43 ($ 9.39).
Lancashire Company Profile
Lancashire Holdings Limited offers specialist insurance and reinsurance products in London and Bermuda. The company operates through four segments: Real Estate, Energy, Marine and Aviation. It offers direct and facultative damage insurance products, real estate political risks and sovereign risks, and insurance products against terrorism and real estate political violence, as well as real estate reinsurance services; aviation AV52, aviation consortium, body and liability insurance products for airlines and satellites; ship’s hull, total loss only, mortgage interest insurance, mortgage creditors additional risk, excess protection and indemnity, maritime warfare and builder’s risk; and energy insurance products covering all-risk construction activities upstream, downstream and onshore, and upstream of construction.
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