|Bid||2,426.00 x 48700|
|Ask||2,428.00 x 26800|
|Day's range||2,409.00 - 2,439.00|
|52-week range||2,011.00 - 2,846.00|
|Beta (3Y monthly)||1.01|
|PE ratio (TTM)||20.96|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.45 (1.88%)|
|1y target est||2,786.87|
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It reported flat adjusted earnings per share of 61.1 pence for the 24 weeks to March 24 with a near wiping out of profit from its sugar operation offset by growth in its other businesses. "No further year-on-year decline in the second half and then we would expect to see improvement into next year," Chief Executive George Weston told Reuters. Europe's sugar industry is going through a period of restructuring as it seeks to meet the challenges of low prices in a liberalised market.
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Farmers in western Europe have begun sugar beet planting, with first indications pointing to a drop in area for the next harvest after a price slump fuelled by the end of European Union production quotas. The market downturn has prompted Europe's biggest sugar refiner Suedzucker to announce the closure of several factories by 2020, which could lead farmers in affected zones to make further cuts to beet planting next year. This year's expected decline in planting should curb EU production and help to turn a global sugar surplus that has been pressuring prices into a net deficit, analysts say.
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