|Last Trade:||Sell 4 at 2,733.977p|
|Day's Range||2,720.00p - 2,762.00p|
|52wk Range:||2,289.00p - 3,511.00p|
|Shares in Issue:||283m|
Recent Trades History Schroders (SDR)
|Buy/Sell||Volume||Trade Prc||Trade Type||Trade Time|
|18:45:01 - 18-Mar-19|
|Buy*||13||2,740.308||16:50:50 - 18-Mar-19|
|Sell*||3||2,732.893||17:42:42 - 18-Mar-19|
|Sell*||174||2,726.322||17:31:28 - 18-Mar-19|
|Buy*||45||2,742.956||17:07:42 - 18-Mar-19|
|Buy*||447||2,741.123||17:02:30 - 18-Mar-19|
|Sell*||689||2,737.093||16:51:30 - 18-Mar-19|
|Sell*||1,300||2,735.83||16:36:08 - 18-Mar-19|
|Sell*||1,300||2,735.83||16:36:07 - 18-Mar-19|
|Sell*||1,300||2,721.600||16:36:07 - 18-Mar-19|
Share Price History for Schroders
|18th Mar 2019 (Mon)||2,750.00||2,762.00||2,720.00||2,744.00||345,405|
|15th Mar 2019 (Fri)||2,734.00||2,750.00||2,700.00||2,709.00||779,444|
|14th Mar 2019 (Thu)||2,716.00||2,726.00||2,701.00||2,718.00||470,830|
|13th Mar 2019 (Wed)||2,650.00||2,725.00||2,644.00||2,675.00||624,221|
|12th Mar 2019 (Tue)||2,616.00||2,682.00||2,609.00||2,609.00||566,569|
|11th Mar 2019 (Mon)||2,565.00||2,609.00||2,544.00||2,541.00||356,047|
|8th Mar 2019 (Fri)||2,564.00||2,572.00||2,508.00||2,595.00||714,762|
|7th Mar 2019 (Thu)||2,740.00||2,757.00||2,572.00||2,758.00||1,026,527|
|6th Mar 2019 (Wed)||2,785.00||2,790.00||2,758.00||2,780.00||232,311|
|5th Mar 2019 (Tue)||2,846.00||2,846.00||2,769.00||2,784.00||247,696|
|4th Mar 2019 (Mon)||2,775.00||2,823.00||2,775.00||2,784.00||230,760|
|1st Mar 2019 (Fri)||2,741.00||2,800.00||2,739.00||2,735.00||239,378|
|28th Feb 2019 (Thu)||2,727.00||2,735.00||2,674.00||2,725.00||324,333|
|27th Feb 2019 (Wed)||2,767.00||2,767.00||2,720.00||2,771.00||213,412|
|26th Feb 2019 (Tue)||2,719.00||2,786.00||2,719.00||2,753.00||259,873|
|25th Feb 2019 (Mon)||2,730.00||2,753.00||2,712.00||2,714.00||181,331|
|22nd Feb 2019 (Fri)||2,703.00||2,732.00||2,694.00||2,691.00||191,891|
|21st Feb 2019 (Thu)||2,664.00||2,695.00||2,650.00||2,664.00||207,877|
|20th Feb 2019 (Wed)||2,666.00||2,686.00||2,620.00||2,668.00||249,471|
|19th Feb 2019 (Tue)||2,702.00||2,702.00||2,663.00||2,697.00||119,588|
Schroders PLC is a global company which makes in the region of 30 net million annually. They manage the assets of other companies all over the world including those in Europe, Japan, China, Middle East, US and Hong Kong. They currently manage around 115 Billion in assets which is a huge responsibility but demonstrates they are trusted all over the world and that their clients have a lot of faith in their abilities.
The company was founded in 1804 in London by the Schroder brothers – a small financial business. They established the J Henry Schroder Banking Corporation & Commercial Bank in 1923, had public shares on the London Stock Exchange by 1959 and acquired Herbert, Wagg & Co. in 1962. They sold the bank in order to acquire 50% of Mid Tier bank Wertheim & Co. By 1984 Schroders was worth 30 million yet the company was managed so successfully that the investment banking division was sold for a mighty 1.3 Billion to Citigroup in 2000.
Today Schroders look after others assets. Their clients are varied and include corporations, insurance companies, charities, local and public authorities, pension funds, retail investors and high net worth individuals. They serve such a variety of clients that despite financial difficulties in the US and UK they remain far less affected. They also have clients in areas of financial upwards trends such as China and Hong Kong and have cleverly carved a niche in these markets.
Schroders have both voting and non voting shares. Schroders Voting Shares are higher in price but offer shareholders rights to vote on corporate policy and on average perform better over time. Shroders- managing your money well.
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