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IOB - IOB Delayed price. Currency in EUR
184.55
+2.32 (+1.28%)
As of 8:07AM GMT. Market open.
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Previous close182.23
Open183.35
Bid182.45 x 0
Ask186.25 x 0
Day's range183.15 - 184.70
52-week range183.15 - 184.70
Volume890
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  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    GLOBAL MARKETS-Nike weighs on Wall St; Catalan vote hits euro, Spanish stocks

    Global stocks were flat on Friday as a drop in shares of U.S. footwear company Nike helped offset any gains, while Spanish bond yields rose and European stocks stumbled after separatists prevailed in a ...

  • Sports Direct sees UK sales fall amid focus on smarter flagship stores
    Sky Newslast month

    Sports Direct sees UK sales fall amid focus on smarter flagship stores

    Boss Mike Ashley said the strategy was delivering "spectacular trading performance" at its flagship stores - and that it planned to open 10 to 20 more of these next year. The company appointed Alex Balacki, a workers' representative elected by staff, to the board earlier this year and it said his inaugural period would be extended by a further year, to be followed by a new staff election.

  • Top brands pull YouTube ads over paedophilia fears
    Sky News2 months ago

    Top brands pull YouTube ads over paedophilia fears

    Two of the world's best-known brands are withdrawing their advertising from YouTube and Google over fears they were featured on "inappropriate" and "exploitative" content featuring children. The content, although legal and mostly uploaded by children themselves, is easily exploited by paedophile networks who are said to post messages and links to one another in the comments section underneath the videos. An investigation in The Times said paedophiles leave lewd comments or even try and encourage the children posting the videos to take part in private forum discussions.

  • Under Armour shares stumble on weak forecast
    AFP3 months ago

    Under Armour shares stumble on weak forecast

    Under Armour shares plunged after the company announced a 57.7 percent drop in third-quarter profits, driven by lower sales in North America. The decline prompted the firm to cut its earnings outlook for ...

  • AC Milan cut short Adidas deal
    AFP3 months ago

    AC Milan cut short Adidas deal

    The Adidas logo is seen on the jerseys of AC Milan's midfielder Giacomo Bonaventura (R) and forward Patrick Cutrone as they celebrate during the Italian Serie A football match against Inter Milan October ...

  • Rihanna, Bolt power Puma to higher profit forecast
    AFP3 months ago

    Rihanna, Bolt power Puma to higher profit forecast

    Things are looking up for Puma thanks to celebrity partners like Rihanna and Usain Bolt keeping the German sporting goods maker's products in front of the cameras.

  • Bayern criticise PSG wealth despite Qatari backing
    AFP4 months ago

    Bayern criticise PSG wealth despite Qatari backing

    The logo for Qatar's Hamad International Airport is seen on the left sleeve of the jersey of Bayern Munich's defender Jerome Boateng (L), seen with striker Robert Lewandowski in September 2017, where it ...

  • Four basketball coaches, Adidas executive charged in college payoff scandal
    AFP4 months ago

    Four basketball coaches, Adidas executive charged in college payoff scandal

    Four top NCAA basketball coaches are indicted for their involvement in huge payoffs made to players to commit to their teams

  • Nike's 'connected jersey' aims to put NBA fans front and center
    AFP4 months ago

    Nike's 'connected jersey' aims to put NBA fans front and center

    Los Angeles Clippers' Blake Griffin wears one of the new league jerseys representing a new partnership between Nike and the NBA, in Los Angeles, California, on September 15, 2017

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 months ago

    MORNING BID EUROPE-Discreet Draghi at Jackson Hole

    The last time European Central Bank President Mario Draghi spoke at the Jackson Hole get-together for the world's central bankers, in 2014, he laid the foundations for the ECB's unprecedented easy-money regime. Draghi will return to the Wyoming mountain resort to deliver a speech at 1900 GMT today, but those hoping he will spill the beans on how the ECB will now wind down that scheme are likely to be disappointed. Sources familiar with the debate among the ECB's policy-makers have sought to dampen down expectations of any big speech, saying Draghi will instead hold off on the policy discussion until the autumn, as agreed at the last rate-setting meeting in July.

  • Puma raises forecast after leap in sales and profits
    AFP6 months ago

    Puma raises forecast after leap in sales and profits

    Puma boosted its 2017 growth prediction on Monday off the back of major global sporting events last year

  • Chinese group bids $11.6 bn for warehouse firm GLP
    AFP6 months ago

    Chinese group bids $11.6 bn for warehouse firm GLP

    The growth of e-commerce firms such as Amazon and Alibaba is driving demand for modern warhouse space around the globe

  • Manchester United world's most valuable club - Forbes
    AFP8 months ago

    Manchester United world's most valuable club - Forbes

    Manchester United's players celebrate with the trophy after the UEFA Europa League final football match against Ajax Amsterdam May 24, 2017

  • France's Tapie must repay 404 mn euros over Adidas sale: court
    AFP8 months ago

    France's Tapie must repay 404 mn euros over Adidas sale: court

    French businessman Bernard Tapie has been declared bankrupt

  • Manchester United reveals £3.8m net loss for third quarter
    Sky News8 months ago

    Manchester United reveals £3.8m net loss for third quarter

    Manchester United (NYSE: MANU - news) is predicting its annual revenue will hit record levels as the club bids to win the Europa League for the first time. United (Shenzhen: 000925.SZ - news) would net €3.5m (£3m) should they lose the game but the club would also take a hit under its sponsorship contract with Adidas (IOB: 0OLD.IL - news) that applies penalties for failing to reach the Champions League. United said its participation in the second-tier tournament, in the current season, had proved financially positive.

  • Adidas sells TaylorMade equipment to US fund
    AFP8 months ago

    Adidas sells TaylorMade equipment to US fund

    World no.2 Rory McIlroy was unveiled as TaylorMade's latest player just a day before Adidas announced it was selling the leading golf brand

  • European stocks rise after Fed, French presidential debate
    AFP9 months ago

    European stocks rise after Fed, French presidential debate

    Seoul's KOSPI closed at a record high thanks to improving corporate results, foreign buying and a surge in heavyweight Samsung Electronics

  • Adidas keeps eye on objectives after Q1 profits leap
    AFP9 months ago

    Adidas keeps eye on objectives after Q1 profits leap

    German sporting goods maker Adidas says net profit sprinted ahead by 30 percent in the first quarter

  • Adidas sparks furor with Boston Marathon 'survivor' email
    AFP9 months ago

    Adidas sparks furor with Boston Marathon 'survivor' email

    Spectators cheer the elite women competitors as they make their way past the 6-mile mark of the Boston Marathon on April 17, 2017 in Framingham, Massachusetts

  • Reuters - UK Focus9 months ago

    JD Sports shares surge to record high after profit jumps

    Shares in Britain's JD Sports Fashion (LSE: JD.L - news) Plc climbed to a record high after strong demand for leisure clothing helped to drive a 55 percent rise in headline annual pretax profit, its biggest increase in eight years. The company's market valuation now exceeds 4 billion pounds ($5 billion). JD Sports has exploited growing demand for branded sports shoes and clothes to overtake Sports Direct as the country's biggest sportswear retailer by market value, although both companies have come under fire over poor working conditions.

  • Adidas looks to 3-D printers for new generation sneakers
    AFP10 months ago

    Adidas looks to 3-D printers for new generation sneakers

    Adidas to use 3D printing to make bespoke sports shoe soles

  • Adidas shares take flight after golden Olympic year
    AFP11 months ago

    Adidas shares take flight after golden Olympic year

    The European Championships in France helped pushed Adidas to a record breaking 2016

  • Reuters - UK Focus11 months ago

    MORNING BID EUROPE-UK's Hammond - tight on the purse-strings

    Britain's finance minister Philip Hammond will at 1230 GMT set out his first full budget statement since the referendum decision to take Britain out of the bloc. Despite growing evidence of a serious squeeze on Britain's public services, Hammond has widely trailed that he will not relax his grip on the public purse and will prioritise further cuts to the country's still high budget deficit. German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel is to visit Poland today, a day before an EU summit that is looking increasingly tense.

  • Olympic year 2016 a golden one for Adidas
    AFP11 months ago

    Olympic year 2016 a golden one for Adidas

    The European Championships in France helped pushed Adidas to a record breaking 2016

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