|Bid||660.00 x 297300|
|Ask||670.00 x 436600|
|Day's range||656.50 - 667.50|
|52-week range||464.80 - 667.50|
|PE ratio (TTM)||23.19|
|Earnings date||2 Aug 2017|
|Dividend & yield||0.33 (3.89%)|
|1y target est||662.67|
India approved on Wednesday a long-awaited policy to boost local defence manufacturing by effectively picking industry champions that would tie up with foreign players and make high-tech defence equipment. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has vowed to end India's role as the world's largest arms importer by getting foreign firms to impart technology to local players and then manufacture in India. "For each platform, one private sector strategic partner will be chosen," Defence Minister Arun Jaitley told reporters after the cabinet's Committee on Security cleared the policy.
A return of 17.1% in a single year is something of which most fund managers would be proud. It enabled the Commissioners to make disbursements of £230.7m, representing around 15% of the Church's costs, helping pay the salaries and pensions of serving and retired clergy, provide funds to support Church missions and meet the cost of cathedrals and other Church buildings. The vast majority of the Church's mission and ministry costs are met by contributions from parishioners.
Airbus has appointed an independent panel including two former ministers to examine its anti-corruption practices after Britain and France launched fraud and bribery investigations into the sale of jetliners. Europe's largest aerospace group said on Monday the three advisers, who include former German finance minister Theo Waigel and former French European affairs minister Noelle Lenoir, will report to Chief Executive Tom Enders and the board.