2XA.F - AA plc

Frankfurt - Frankfurt Delayed price. Currency in EUR
1.763
+0.018 (+1.032%)
At close: 5:24PM CET
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Previous close1.745
Open1.719
Bid1.734 x 75600
Ask1.781 x 74000
Day's range1.719 - 1.765
52-week range1.696 - 3.322
Volume588
Avg. volume318
Market cap1.06B
BetaN/A
PE ratio (TTM)4.69
EPS (TTM)0.376
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.12 (3.60%)
Ex-dividend date2016-10-06
1y target estN/A
  • 'Bad news' for British motorists as Saudi instability contributes to rising fuel costs
    Sky News14 days ago

    'Bad news' for British motorists as Saudi instability contributes to rising fuel costs

    British motorists should brace themselves for a surge in the cost of petrol after oil prices hit levels not seen for two-and-a-half years, analysts have warned. The RAC has predicted a rise of 3p per litre for unleaded users in the next fortnight as oil markets factor in uncertainty on several fronts. Brent crude struck $64 (£48.75) a barrel on Monday, continuing a rise in oil costs in recent weeks that had been mostly built on market hopes of further production cuts to tackle a long-standing supply glut.

  • Petrol prices to surge amid instability in Saudi Arabia
    Sky News14 days ago

    Petrol prices to surge amid instability in Saudi Arabia

    UK motorists are driving towards a surge in fuel costs, according to motoring organisations as oil prices hit levels not seen for two-and-a-half years. The RAC predicted a rise of 3p-per-litre for unleaded users in the next fortnight as oil markets factor in uncertainty on several fronts. Brent crude struck $64 a barrel on Monday, continuing a rise in oil costs in recent weeks that had been mostly built on market hopes of further production cuts to tackle a longstanding supply glut.

  • Reuters - UK Focus25 days ago

    S&P, Fitch leave UK credit rating on hold but warn on Brexit

    LONDON, Oct (Shenzhen: 000069.SZ - news) 27 (Reuters) - Standard (Other OTC: SNDH - news) and Poor's and Fitch held their credit ratings for Britain unchanged on Friday, but both remained gloomy about the outlook due to the likelihood of the country reaching a bad deal in its divorce talks with the European Union. Having already stripped Britain of its top-notch "AAA" rating, both agencies stuck with their "AA (Frankfurt: A116XA - news) " rating with a negative outlook, warning they were likely to downgrade again. "The negative outlook reflects the continued institutional and economic uncertainty surrounding the Brexit negotiations and the UK's future relationship with its largest market for goods and services, the EU," S&P said in a statement.

  • AA demands ousted chairman MacKenzie repays £1.2m in bonuses
    Sky News28 days ago

    AA demands ousted chairman MacKenzie repays £1.2m in bonuses

    The AA is demanding that its ousted former chairman repays more than £1.2m in bonuses over an allegation that he was involved in a public altercation that was not previously disclosed to its board. Sky News has learnt that lawyers for the UK's biggest breakdown recovery service have written to Bob Mackenzie requesting that he hands back his annual bonuses for 2016 and 2017. People close to the situation said that the AA (Frankfurt: A116XA - news) 's letter to Mr Mackenzie, who was dismissed by the AA for "gross misconduct" in July, referred to an earlier bust-up in a public place which it argued provided grounds for clawing back the payments.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    S&P says Bank of England is talking up sterling to fight inflation

    LONDON, Oct (Shenzhen: 000069.SZ - news) 4 (Reuters) - Ratings agency Standard & Poor's says it is "a bit sceptical" about Britain's need for an interest rate hike soon, and that recent Bank of England comments that one may be in the offing seem designed to push up sterling and cool inflation. "Overall, we believe the Bank and Mark Carney's recent statements are primarily aimed at propping up sterling to reduce imported inflation pressures," S&P analysts said in a report released on Wednesday.

  • AA appoints new boss amid jump in profits
    Sky News2 months ago

    AA appoints new boss amid jump in profits

    The AA has appointed Expedia (Frankfurt: A1JRLJ - news) co-founder Simon Breakwell as its new boss and also reported a leap in profits and membership. Mr Breakwell has been serving as acting chief executive following the sacking of Bob Mackenzie in August for "gross misconduct". On Tuesday, the road assistance firm said that half-year pre-tax profits rose from £48m to £80m.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    Motoring group AA appoints CEO as it lowers profit forecast

    British motoring group AA said on Tuesday acting Chief Executive Simon Breakwell will remain in the role permanently while lowering its full-year profit forecast as it seeks to stabilise the business after firing its executive chairman last month. Shares (Berlin: DI6.BE - news) in the roadside recovery and motor insurance services company fell 9.3 percent to 152 pence by 0850 GMT to be the biggest mid-cap faller. Bob Mackenzie's sudden dismissal in August from his roles as both chief executive and chairman and the news that costs related to an "erratic work load", particularly in June and July, had dragged on profits hit shares in AA (Frankfurt: A116XA - news) .

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    MORNING BID EUROPE-Macron at the Sorbonne: EU vision

    French President Emmanuel Macron will push on with his speech at the Sorbonne today detailing a major overhaul of the European Union's single currency zone, even as he knows that Angela Merkel might not be in a position to help him deliver on it. Spanish authorities believe they have done enough to prevent any meaningful independence referendum taking place in Catalonia in two weeks' time, but at what cost?

  • China hits back at S&P's 'mistaken' credit downgrade
    AFP2 months ago

    China hits back at S&P's 'mistaken' credit downgrade

    Beijing called the S&P downgrade was mistaken and 'ignores the unique characteristics of the capital raising structure of China's financial markets'

  • S&P lowers Hong Kong credit rating following China cut
    AFP2 months ago

    S&P lowers Hong Kong credit rating following China cut

    Standard & Poor's downgrade of Hong Kong comes a day after its decision to lower China's rating on debt fears and follows a similar decision by Moody's this year

  • China's debt downgraded by second ratings agency
    AFP2 months ago

    China's debt downgraded by second ratings agency

    China posted better-than-expected second quarter growth as the economy expanded by 6.9 percent, but analysts have warned that the momentum may not last

  • S&P cuts China's debt rating over 'financial risks'
    AFP2 months ago

    S&P cuts China's debt rating over 'financial risks'

    China posted better-than-expected second quarter growth as the economy expanded by 6.9 percent, but analysts have warned that the momentum may not last

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    AA, rival Hastings insurance merger talks end

    British insurer Hastings (Frankfurt: 8HG.F - news) said on Tuesday that preliminary talks earlier this year to explore a possible merger with roadside recovery and motor insurance company AA (Frankfurt: A116XA - news) 's insurance business had ended. "The Board confirms that the company did have preliminary discussions with the AA regarding a potential partnership with its insurance division, which have ceased," Hastings said in a statement. "Whilst Hastings regularly reviews selective acquisition opportunities, its core strategy remains to deliver on its organic growth and its disclosed targets," the insurer added.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    Semi-automated trucks to hit UK roads by end of 2018

    Britain will begin trials of semi-automated, wirelessly connected truck convoys on public roads by the end of 2018, in a bid to find more fuel-efficient ways to transport goods. In April 2016, semi-autonomous trucks drove from factories in Sweden and Germany to the Dutch port of Rotterdam in early trials. The UK government said funding of 8.1 million pounds ($10.4 million) would enable so-called platooning trials where a lead truck driven manually controls the acceleration, braking and steering of two others behind.

  • Convoys of 'self-driving' lorries get green light for UK trial
    Sky News3 months ago

    Convoys of 'self-driving' lorries get green light for UK trial

    The Government has committed £8.1m to finance trials of semi-autonomous "platooning" lorries. Under the scheme, a "platoon leader" driving a heavy goods vehicle will head a small convoy, with the following trucks, or "drones", being piloted by computers. Roads minister Paul Maynard announced the funding for a pilot scheme on motorways in England during a visit to DAF Trucks' Leyland truck plant in Lancashire.

  • US debt, spending put Trump, Congress under the gun
    AFP3 months ago

    US debt, spending put Trump, Congress under the gun

    US lawmakers must in the coming weeks settle on a budget for 2018 and authorize the federal government to continue borrowing in order to meet its immediate financial obligations

  • US debt rating in doubt, Fitch warns
    AFP3 months ago

    US debt rating in doubt, Fitch warns

    The non-partisan Congressional Budget Office estimates that the US Treasury has until October before exhausting the "extraordinary measures" it put in place in March, when the US reached its ...

  • AA boss sacked for 'gross misconduct' but son says he is ill
    Sky News4 months ago

    AA boss sacked for 'gross misconduct' but son says he is ill

    The AA appears to be engaged in a row with the family of its former executive chairman - sacked on Tuesday for "gross misconduct". In a statement to the City the motoring services group said Bob MacKenzie had left the company with immediate effect though it refused to explain why, except to say it was a "personal conduct-related matter". Peter MacKenzie, one of his three sons, added that his father was "very unwell" and reportedly requested the company "act responsibly towards a loyal servant".

  • AA boss Bob MacKenzie 'removed' over personal misconduct
    Sky News4 months ago

    AA boss Bob MacKenzie 'removed' over personal misconduct

    The AA's board has "removed" its executive chairman for gross misconduct and revealed its full-year performance would miss previous expectations. In a statement to the City, the motoring services group said Bob MacKenzie had left the company with immediate effect though it refused to explain why, except to say it was a "personal conduct-related matter". The AA confirmed there was no connection between the decision and its separate warning of a hit to profit expectations.

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 months ago

    AA fires chairman for gross misconduct, shares hit record low

    Roadside recovery and motor insurance company AA (Frankfurt: A116XA - news) has fired Executive Chairman Bob Mackenzie for gross misconduct and lowered its full-year forecasts, sending its shares sliding as much as 18 percent to a record low. Mackenzie became AA's executive chairman after leading a management buy-in in June 2014, when the company also floated on the stock market having previously been owned by private equity firms Permira, Charterhouse and CVC (Taiwan OTC: 4744.TWO - news) . Some analysts said investors had been hoping Mackenzie would turn the company around and his departure could be taken badly, although others said there were tangible signs of improvements in performance coming through already.

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 months ago

    AA fires executive chairman for gross misconduct

    Roadside recovery service AA has fired Executive Chairman Bob Mackenzie for gross misconduct, the firm said on Tuesday, sending its shares down more than 9 percent. "Bob Mackenzie has been removed by the Board from his role as Executive Chairman, from his other roles and as a Director and as an employee of the Company, for gross misconduct, with immediate effect," AA (Frankfurt: A116XA - news) said in a statement. Mackenzie became AA's executive chairman in 2014 after leading a management buy-in of the company, backed by institutional investors.

  • Oxbridge academic Hotson lined up to run City broker Cenkos
    Sky News5 months ago

    Oxbridge academic Hotson lined up to run City broker Cenkos

    A former Bank of England economist who teaches history at Cambridge and Oxford universities is being lined up as the next boss of Cenkos, the City stockbroker. Sky News has learnt that Anthony Hotson, who already sits on Cenkos' board as a non-executive director and chairs its remuneration committee, ‎has been identified as the preferred candidate to succeed the outgoing chief executive, Jim Durkin. Mr Hotson is thought to have indicated his intention to accept the role, and an announcement is expected to be made as soon as this week.

  • Fuel prices cut after retailers accused of profiteering
    Sky News5 months ago

    Fuel prices cut after retailers accused of profiteering

    A motoring group is calling for a "price cut chain reaction across the country" as supermarkets respond to falling wholesale fuel costs. Sainsbury (Amsterdam: SJ6.AS - news) 's, Tesco (Frankfurt: 852647 - news) and Morrisons followed Asda in confirming cuts of up to 2p-a-litre for both unleaded and diesel from Friday, just over a week after the industry was accused of failing to pass on falling wholesale costs - particularly for diesel. The latest average forecourt price data, measured by Experian Catalist, showed unleaded at 117.34p-a-litre, with diesel at 117.2p.

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 months ago

    Britain's political instability to harm growth -S&P economist

    Britain's political instability is likely to hurt economic growth this year and there is no indication that last week's inconclusive election result will mean a softer Brexit, a senior Standard & Poor's (S&P) economist said on Monday. S&P rates the UK at AA (Frankfurt: A116XA - news) , with a negative outlook, after stripping it of its triple-A rating immediately after last year's vote to leave the European Union. "For the time being, the outlook remains negative," S&P chief economist for Europe, Middle East and Africa Jean-Michel (Euronext: MLRAM.NX - news) Six told the AJEF association of financial journalists in Paris.

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 months ago

    UK rating not immediately affected by election - S&P

    Britain's credit rating won't immediately be affected by a national election which yielded a hung parliament, S&P Global (Frankfurt: 851710 - news) said on Friday, but warned it could create further uncertainty by potentially delaying Brexit negotiations. British voters dealt Prime Minister Theresa May a devastating blow in a snap election she had called to strengthen her hand in Brexit talks, wiping out her parliamentary majority and throwing the country into political turmoil. "Furthermore, we do not exclude the possibility of another snap election.

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