0M3.SG - IHS Markit Ltd.

Stuttgart - Stuttgart Delayed price. Currency in EUR
42.97
-0.23 (-0.53%)
At close: 8:51PM CEST
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Previous close43.20
Open43.12
Bid0.00 x 230000
Ask0.00 x 230000
Day's range42.75 - 43.13
52-week range35.34 - 43.98
Volume0
Avg. volume3
Market cap16.807B
BetaN/A
PE ratio (TTM)30.03
EPS (TTM)N/A
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  • Reuters - UK Focusyesterday

    Italy bond selloff resumes, German yields tumble as weak PMIs fan growth worries

    German 10-year bond yields hit five-week lows on Wednesday, after news of a slowdown in euro zone business activity cast doubt on the timing of a planned exit by the ECB from its hefty stimulus programme. While most top-rated euro zone bond yields fell, Italy's bond market succumbed to selling again with the weak data encouraging investors to dump the euro zone's riskier assets.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 days ago

    Euro falls, bond yields drop after German PMI hits 20-month low

    The euro fell to a six-month low on Wednesday after growth in Germany's private sector slowed in May to its lowest in more than 1-1/2 years, a survey showed, raising concerns that a slowdown in Europe's biggest economy in recent months was more widespread than previously thought. The single currency slumped more than half a percent to $1.1701 after IHS Markit (Stuttgart: A1139A - news) 's flash composite Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI), which tracks the manufacturing and services sectors, fell to 53.1 from 54.6 in the prior month. Germany's 10-year government bond yield fell to a 5-week low after the data, falling to 0.516 percent.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 days ago

    Italy bond yields off multi-month highs as markets weigh political risk

    Italian government bond yields slipped from multi-month highs on Tuesday after six days of heavy selling, though reports that the incoming coalition could pick a eurosceptic figure as economy minister tempered the recovery in bonds. As some buying crept in, 10-year yields eased more than 4 basis points at one stage to a session low of 2.28 percent, off 14-month highs of 2.418 percent.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 days ago

    Italian markets extend selloff on prospect of high-spending new government

    LONDON/MILAN, May 21 (Reuters) - Italy's borrowing costs surged again on Monday and its stock market touched six-week lows as two anti-establishment parties that plan to ramp up spending appeared set to form a coalition government. The 5-Star Movement and League will seek the president's backing later in the day for their choice of prime minister, expected to be Giuseppe Conte, a university professor.

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 days ago

    Data firm IHS Markit to buy rival Ipreo in $1.86 bln deal

    Data firm IHS Markit Ltd said on Monday it will buy smaller rival Ipreo from private equity funds of BlackStone Group LP and Goldman Sachs for $1.86 billion to expand its contracts business and shore up ...

  • MarketWatch4 days ago

    IHS Markit to buy Ipreo for $1.85 billion and to divest MarkitSERV

    IHS Markit Ltd. said on Monday it has signed a definitive agreement to take over market intelligence firm Ipreo for $1.855 billion. Markit is buying Ipreo from a group of private equity funds managed by ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 days ago

    UK households turn cheerier about their finances in May - IHS Markit

    British households became much cheerier about their financial situation this month, according to a survey on Monday that will hearten Bank of England officials who think the economy's weak start to the year was temporary. The IHS Markit Household Finance Index (HFI) rose to 44.7 in May from 43.4 in April, its highest level since the end of 2016 and indicating an easing financial squeeze for Britons, who have been hit by higher inflation since the 2016 Brexit vote. "A welcome combination of rising incomes, falling inflation perceptions and fading concerns around job security all contributed to the strongest HFI survey results in nearly a year-and-a-half," said Sam Teague, an economist at financial data firm IHS Markit (Stuttgart: A1139A - news) .

  • Reuters - UK Focus9 days ago

    1-Italian markets unnerved by 5-Star, League coalition plans

    LONDON/MILAN, May 16 (Reuters) - Italy's borrowing costs rose sharply on Wednesday and its stocks fell after a draft programme for the country's potential coalition government revealed plans to demand 250 billion euros of debt forgiveness. The anti-establishment 5-Star Movement and the far-right League party plan to ask the European Central Bank to forgive the debt, according to a draft the parties are working on, the Huffington Post Italia website reported late Tuesday.

  • Reuters - UK Focus17 days ago

    GRAPHIC-Drab data show Bank of England's Carney a 'sensitive boyfriend'

    Signals that Britain's economy is slowing suggest "unreliable boyfriend" Mark Carney -- whose recent comments up-ended expectations the Bank of England would raise rates this month -- may just be in touch with his data-sensitive side. The BoE governor's guidance on the path for interest rates has repeatedly been knocked off course by surprises in the economy, hence the accusation of unreliability from a lawmaker. Carney's highlighting last month of "mixed" economic signals shocked investors who had bet the BoE (Shenzhen: 000725.SZ - news) would raise rates to a new post-financial-crisis high of 0.75 percent on May 10.

  • Reuters18 days ago

    Russian services sector grows in April on new orders - PMI

    Russia's services sector posted solid growth in April thanks to a rise in orders from new and existing clients, the Markit purchasing managers index (PMI) showed on Monday. "Following a slowdown at the end of the first quarter of 2018, April survey data signalled a strong start to the second quarter across the Russian service sector," said Sian Jones, an economist at IHS Market, which compiles the survey. Earlier this month, a separate PMI survey showed activity in Russia's manufacturing sector expanded in April as output rose and stronger demand led to an increase in new orders.

  • Clouds form over euro zone growth but still some bright patches - PMI
    Reuters21 days ago

    Clouds form over euro zone growth but still some bright patches - PMI

    Euro zone business growth dimmed again in April but the picture remained relatively bright as new business stayed buoyant and firms managed to build up backlogs of work, a survey showed on Friday. IHS Markit's Final Composite Purchasing Managers' Index, seen as a good overall indicator of euro zone growth, fell to a 15-month low of 55.1 in April from March's 55.2. A March Reuters poll said growth had already peaked but another poll last month said the ECB would still end its stimulus this year and hike interest rates in 2019.

  • Reuters - UK Focus21 days ago

    Clouds form over euro zone growth but still some bright patches -PMI

    Euro zone business growth dimmed again in April but the picture remained relatively bright as new business stayed buoyant and firms managed to build up backlogs of work, a survey showed on Friday. IHS Markit's Final Composite Purchasing Managers' Index, seen as a good overall indicator of euro zone growth, fell to a 15-month low of 55.1 in April from March's 55.2. A March Reuters poll said growth had already peaked but another poll last month said the ECB would still end its stimulus this year and hike interest rates in 2019.

  • Rate rise chances fading as economy struggles to recover from freeze
    Sky News21 days ago

    Rate rise chances fading as economy struggles to recover from freeze

    Britain's dominant services sector managed only a muted recovery last month after snow disruption in March - further diminishing chances of an interest rate rise next week. Disappointing economic figures over recent days have sharply reduced earlier expectations that the Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) would hike interest rates next Thursday. The latest services sector figures, from the IHS Markit (Stuttgart: A1139A - news) /CIPS purchasing managers' index (PMI), gave a reading of 52.8 in April, up from March's 20-month low of 51.7 - on a scale where the 50-mark separates growth from contraction.

  • Muted bounce-back after freeze hits economy
    Sky News22 days ago

    Muted bounce-back after freeze hits economy

    Disappointing economic figures over recent days have sharply reduced earlier expectations that the Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) would hike interest rates next week. The latest services sector figures, from the IHS Markit (Stuttgart: A1139A - news) /CIPS purchasing managers' index (PMI), gave a reading of 52.8 in April, up from March's 20-month low of 51.7 - on a scale where the 50-mark separates growth from contraction. The sprawling services sector, which ranges from bars and hotels to law and accountancy firms, represents four-fifths of UK economic output.

  • Reuters - UK Focus22 days ago

    UK services firms struggle to recover from March slowdown - PMI

    Britain's services sector struggled to recover in April from a sharp slowdown in March, according to a major survey which seals expectations that the Bank of England is now highly unlikely to raise interest rates rise next week. Sterling fell and British government bonds rose as investors modestly marked down the chances of a rate rise on May 10, which now hover near 15 percent according to one measure. Britain's economy, which has underperformed its peers for most of the period since the 2016 Brexit vote, grew by just 0.1 percent in the first three months of 2018, its weakest in five years, due in part to heavy snow in late February and early March.

  • Reuters22 days ago

    New export orders at Irish services firms hit two-year high - PMI

    Growth in the Irish services sector rebounded in April from a dip the previous month that followed some of the worst weather seen for nearly 30 years, a survey showed on Thursday. The Investec Services Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) rose to 58.4 from 56.5 in March, having remained above the 50 mark that separates growth from contraction since August 2012. The sub-index measuring new export orders rose to 59.2 from 56.5, a recovery some respondents put down to new work secured from UK clients together with favourable exchange rate movements.

  • Reuters - UK Focus22 days ago

    Sterling stuck near 3-1/2 month lows despite construction rebound

    Sterling gave up its earlier gains on Wednesday and fell back towards its lowest level since January as a stronger dollar and concerns about Brexit-related risks overshadowed data showing a rebound in construction activity in April. With (Other OTC: WWTH - news) the dollar rallying for the last fortnight and expectations of a Bank of England interest rate hike next month tumbling, sterling weakened to its worst level since Jan. 12, extending a bruising fortnight for the pound in which it has fallen by more than 7 cents. It hit a fresh 3-1/2 month low at $1.3581 in earlier Asian trading after reports that senior British lawmakers who back Brexit had demanded that Prime Minister Theresa May drop a proposal for a customs partnership with the European Union once it leaves the bloc.

  • Reuters - UK Focus23 days ago

    UPDATE 1-UK construction warms up after harsh winter - PMI

    British construction activity rebounded faster than expected last month after succumbing to snow in March, but the upturn did little to alter the view of investors that the Bank of England will leave interest rates unchanged next week. "Whilst it is improbable that this (data) will bring a rate hike back to the table in next week's BoE (Shenzhen: 000725.SZ - news) meeting, it is a pleasing development nonetheless," said David Cheetham, a market analyst for currency brokers XTB Online Trading. Survey compiler IHS Markit said the recovery was "somewhat underwhelming" after the snowstorms dubbed "the Beast from the East" hit the sector in late February and early March.

  • Construction rebounds after weather freeze
    Sky News23 days ago

    Construction rebounds after weather freeze

    Britain's construction sector bounced back to growth last month after activity was frozen up by snowy weather in March, figures show. The IHS Markit/CIPS purchasing managers index (PMI) showed a reading of 52.5 for April, up from 47 in March - on a reading where the 50-mark separates growth from contraction. It was better than the 50.5 reading expected by economists.

  • Reuters - UK Focus23 days ago

    Sterling extends bounce as UK construction PMI beats estimates

    Sterling rose on Wednesday, extending gains from earlier in the day as better-than-expected construction PMI data calmed investors after a selloff that took the currency five percent lower against the ...

  • Reuters23 days ago

    Italy April factory activity growth weakest since Jan 2017 - PMI

    The Markit/ADACI Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) dropped in April to 53.5 from 55.1 in March, still above the 50 mark that separates growth from contraction but down 5.5 points from the seven-year high of 59.0 hit in January. April's reading was the lowest since January 2017 and was below the consensus forecast in a Reuters survey of analysts which had pointed to 54.4. The outgoing government of caretaker Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni forecasts economic growth of 1.5 percent in 2018, in line with last year's rate which was the strongest since 2010.

  • Further rate hike doubts as manufacturing growth hits 17-month low
    Sky News23 days ago

    Further rate hike doubts as manufacturing growth hits 17-month low

    A report showing UK manufacturing growth slowed to a 17-month low in April has helped cast further doubts in financial markets that the Bank of England will raise interest rates next week. The Markit/CIPS UK Manufacturing purchasing managers' index (PMI) showed a reading of 53.9 last month, lower than the 54.9 for March. Rob Dobson, director at IHS Markit (Stuttgart: A1139A - news) , said: "The start of the second quarter saw the UK manufacturing sector lose further steam.

  • Have consumers really stopped borrowing?
    Sky News23 days ago

    Have consumers really stopped borrowing?

    Remember not that long ago everyone was panicking about the ballooning levels of credit card lending across the UK economy. The same people might soon be panicking about a sudden collapse in credit card lending. For new figures released by the Bank of England today depict a sudden, almost unprecedented dive in the amount we're borrowing on our credit cards and unsecured loans in March.

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    U.S. home sales increase strongly; inventory remains tight

    U.S. home sales increased for a second straight month in March amid a rebound in activity in the Northeast and Midwest regions, but a dearth of houses on the market and higher prices remain headwinds as the spring selling season kicks off. The supply squeeze is expected to ease somewhat later this year as data last week showed the stock of housing under construction rising in March to levels last seen in July 2007. "Existing home sales look okay today with some clouds further out on the horizon from rising home prices and mortgage rates not enough to make us worry yet about the outlook this year," said Chris Rupkey, chief economist at MUFG in New York.

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks stumble as U.S. yields near 3 percent barrier

    Global equities slipped on Monday as U.S. bond yields approached the 3 percent level that has triggered market spasms in the past and investors awaited earnings results from some of the world's biggest firms. Equity markets which have risen for the past two weeks, have come under pressure as oil's latest moves higher have fuelled inflation worries and pushed up government bond yields -- the yield on 10-year U.S. Treasuries hit its highest level since January 2014 at 2.99 percent. "Brent crude is now close to $75 (a barrel) and that has had a knock on effect on government bonds," said DZ Bank analyst Rene Albrecht.

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