|Bid||728.50 x 38000|
|Ask||828.50 x 120000|
|Day's range||747.50 - 774.50|
|52-week range||408.10 - 905.41|
|PE ratio (TTM)||48.41|
|Earnings date||22 Aug 2017|
|Dividend & yield||0.31 (3.09%)|
|1y target est||10.21|
Britain's index of major companies got a boost from a weaker pound, which fell after Bank of England governor Mark Carney said now was not the time to raise interest rates. Sterling hit a one-week low ...
British shares fell on Monday as a technology sell-off spread across Europe, while contractor Mitie jumped after forecasting a recovery in its fortunes. Britain's FTSE 100 closed down 0.2 percent, with ...
MILAN/LONDON, June 9 (Reuters) - European stocks were choppy on Friday after Britain's election delivered no clear winner on the eve of Brexit talks, though a slump in sterling gave an edge to shares in UK exporters. The pan-European STOXX 600 index ended the session 0.3 percent higher, having moved in and out positive territory throughout the day, while the UK's internationally-facing blue chip FTSE 100 index outperformed with a gain of 1 percent. "Whilst a hung parliament was not the specific outcome that many expected, asset prices in the UK and to a certain extent globally, already discounted a period of extended political uncertainty given the complexity of delivering on the outcome of last year's EU referendum," said Paras Anand, CIO European Equities at Fidelity International.