DGE.L - Diageo plc

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
2,608.00
-10.00 (-0.38%)
As of 1:29PM GMT. Market open.
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Previous close2,618.00
Open2,630.00
Bid2,607.00 x 111900
Ask2,608.00 x 382000
Day's range2,598.50 - 2,635.50
52-week range2,138.00 - 2,735.50
Volume1,147,584
Avg. volume4,049,146
Market cap64.922B
Beta0.61
PE ratio (TTM)24.72
EPS (TTM)105.50
Earnings date25 Jan 2018
Forward dividend & yield0.80 (2.37%)
Ex-dividend date2017-08-10
1y target est2,638.96
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    EDINBURGH/LONDON (Reuters) - Diageo said Brexit could cost it tens of millions of pounds if Britain did not replicate the EU's trade deals with other countries for Scotch whisky and keep an open border in Ireland, where it makes Guinness stout and Baileys liqueur. Dan Mobley, the drinks giant's head of corporate relations, said losing the benefits of EU trade deals with so-called third countries such as South Korea, Colombia and South Africa would be unwelcome. Likewise, he said the introduction of border controls between Ireland and Northern Ireland would hinder its supply chain, and hurt its many small suppliers.

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