|Bid||2,125.00 x 42000|
|Ask||2,126.00 x 30000|
|Day's range||2,118.00 - 2,151.00|
|52-week range||2,026.00 - 2,554.00|
|Beta (3Y monthly)||0.65|
|PE ratio (TTM)||21.73|
|Earnings date||26 Aug 2019 - 30 Aug 2019|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.50 (2.35%)|
|1y target est||2,475.38|
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It is a company almost unknown outside the City - but Bunzl is a company that touches the lives of millions of people every day. The chances are it was supplied by Bunzl. The mattress cover and gloves the doctor used, while examining you, could well have come from Bunzl.
The FTSE 100 was little changed by session end, lagging its peers on Wall Street and in Europe, while mid-caps gave up 0.3 percent. Miners lost 1.2 percent after Vale SA said it expected to resume operations at its Brucutu mine within 72 hours. London-listed shares in Rio Tinto fell 2.7 percent and BHP, the world's biggest miner, gave up 2.5 percent after cutting its iron ore output target following a tropical cyclone.
Britain's FTSE 100 was off its six-month high as a fall in miners over Vale's plans to reopen a major Brazilian mine offset gains in banks after upbeat data from China, while Bunzl sank on a slowdown in revenue growth. The FTSE 100 was little changed by session end, lagging its peers on Wall Street and in Europe, while mid-caps gave up 0.3 percent. Business supplies distributor Bunzl plunged 9.3 percent on its worst day in a decade after reporting a slowdown in quarterly growth due to sluggish performance of its grocery and retail business in North America, its biggest market.
Shares of Bunzl slumped 14 percent after the business supplies distributor warned of slowing growth, particularly in its biggest market North America, where it is selling less to customers in the grocery and retail sectors. The FTSE 100 member's stock was on Wednesday on track for its biggest daily decline in 10 years after total revenue rose just 2.5 percent at constant currency rates in the first quarter, compared with 14 percent growth a year earlier. Bunzl has been struggling to squeeze growth from its grocery and retail business in North America, which accounts for about 60 percent of total revenue, as sales volume comes under pressure and it lacks major price increases to compensate.
London markets were marginally lower as mining giant BHP Group PLC followed rivals in cutting iron ore production guidance. How did markets perform? The U.K.’s FTSE 100 (UK:UKX) fell 0.1% to 7,459.1. It had risen 0.
Bunzl shares fell 10 percent in early trade after the company's total revenue saw a mere 2.5 percent rise at constant currency, compared with a 14 percent growth a year earlier. Underlying revenue growth in North America was about 1 percent due to a lagging grocery and retail business, which was dented by a lack of price inflation and weak demand, the company said.
The FTSE 100, which had climbed to its highest since early October the day before, was 0.3 percent lower by 0710 GMT. Sentiment was sour despite a rise in Asian shares after Chinese economic reports beat expectations, a sign that Beijing's stimulus may finally be paying off in the world's second-largest economy. London-listed shares in Rio Tinto fell nearly 3 percent and BHP Group, the world's biggest mining company, gave up 2.3 percent after cutting its target for iron ore output following a tropical cyclone.
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