|Bid||14.91 x 0|
|Ask||14.92 x 0|
|Day's range||14.65 - 14.96|
|52-week range||11.07 - 23.78|
|PE ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||N/A|
Canadian activist investor West Face Capital on Thursday disclosed a 5 percent stake in FirstGroup after the British transport company's shares fell more than 5 percent. FirstGroup on Thursday reported ...
Tonight marks the end of official campaigning in France's presidential election, with final polls suggesting centrist Emmanuel Macron has stretched out his lead over Marine Le Pen (Other OTC: PENC - news) to around 62-38. The dollar index, which measures the greenback against a basket of currencies, is marginally lower.
SNC (Shenzhen: 002246.SZ - news) -Lavalin CEO Neil Bruce said on Thursday Elliott Capital's stake in WS Atkins (Frankfurt: 912859 - news) is not an "obstacle" to buying the British engineering and construction firm, after the U.S. activist investor disclosed a 6.8 percent shareholding last week. Bruce made the remark to journalists in Montreal after SNC held its annual meeting, declared a dividend and reported higher adjusted quarterly profits in its core engineering and construction business.
U.S. activist investor Elliott Capital Advisors said on Monday it had a 6.8 percent in British engineering and consultancy firm WS Atkins, a regulatory filing showed. Last week, Canadian firm SNC-Lavalin ...
Canadian engineering and construction company SNC-Lavalin Group Inc on Thursday said it would buy British engineering and consultancy firm WS Atkins Plc for C$3.6 billion , firming up an indicative offer ...
One of the big surprises since the Brexit vote is that an expected stampede of foreign takeover bids for UK companies, prompted by the pound's collapse, has not happened. There have been some big deals, such as Japanese tech giant Softbank (Swiss: SOFB.SW - news) 's £24bn takeover of the chip designer, ARM Holdings (LSE: ARM.L - news) . One reason is that uncertainty over the UK's economic prospects, post-Brexit, seems to be outweighing a desire among foreign buyers to snap up British companies on the cheap.
Canadian engineering and construction company SNC-Lavalin Group Inc has offered to buy WS Atkins for about 2.1 billion pounds ($2.6 billion), the British engineering and consultancy firm said on Monday. Atkins said SNC planned to offer 2,080 pence per share in cash, 35 percent above Atkins' closing share price on Friday. "The board of Atkins has indicated to SNC-Lavalin that the possible offer would deliver value to Atkins shareholders at a level that the Board would be prepared to recommend, subject to reaching agreement on the other terms and conditions of the offer," Atkins said in a statement.