|Bid||0.00 x 503400|
|Ask||0.00 x 26700|
|Day's range||1,542.00 - 1,561.00|
|52-week range||1,424.00 - 1,708.00|
|PE ratio (TTM)||17.05|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.41 (2.11%)|
|1y target est||21.63|
Edward Sheldon picks out two stocks that he believes have considerable long-term potential - Experian plc (LON: EXPN) and Prudential plc (LON: PRU).
"Looking ahead, we continue to expect good levels of growth for the year, with organic revenue growth in the mid-single digit range and stable margins," Chief Executive Officer Brian Cassin said in a statement. Experian said it had seen a spike in enrolments at its new identity monitoring service in the immediate aftermath of the Equifax (EFX.N) data breach.
These stocks' non-cyclical growth, high shareholder returns and wide moats to entry for competitors have me very interested.
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As a result of the Equifax data breach, more than 145 million Americans have had their personal data exposed. This article explains how to lock and monitor your credit at all three credit bureaus.
WASHINGTON, Oct (Shenzhen: 000069.SZ - news) 9 (Reuters) - Credit monitoring firm TransUnion (Berlin: 13331323.BE - news) added to its lobbying roster in Washington in early October after news of a hack at its competitor Equifax brought more government scrutiny to the industry. TransUnion, which already had three lobbying shops under contract, added CGCN Group, a Republican firm that lobbies on a myriad of topics, according to disclosures filed with the U.S. Congress. Congress has begun to look more closely at rules governing credit monitoring agencies after Equifax (NYSE: EFX - news) acknowledged in early September that it had been hacked in the spring, with the information of an estimated 145.5 million people breeched.
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Equifax Inc (NYSE: EFX - news) faced a storm of criticism on Friday over a hack that may have compromised personal data for some 143 million Americans, with consumers clamoring for answers and cyber security experts questioning the response to the massive breach. Lawmakers and regulators joined the chorus, scrutinizing the company's follow-up as it encouraged potential victims to sign up for free credit monitoring services. Equifax shares tumbled as much as 18 percent, the biggest one-day drop in 16 years, as complaints mounted that the company's online and phone support systems were either broken or insufficient.
** TransUnion and Experian PLC shares under pressure after credit score co Equifax announced a hack that could potentially impact about 143 mln people ** EFX last down 13.9 pct at $122.85. It disclosed ...
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** Shares of Experian, a company best known for running consumer credit checks for banks, landlords and retailers, down 2 pct ** Stock drops to a near 7-month low, bottom of FTSE 100 ** Morgan Stanley ...
Experian Plc (Other OTC: EXPGF - news) , the world's biggest credit data company, reported a 6 percent increase in first-quarter revenue from ongoing activities thanks to a strong performance from its North America business. The FTSE-100 company, best known for running consumer credit checks for banks, landlords and retailers, said total revenue for the quarter rose 8 percent in North America.
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