|Bid||18.10 x 10000|
|Ask||18.10 x 126800|
|Day's range||18.03 - 18.17|
|52-week range||15.93 - 20.81|
|PE ratio (TTM)||31.26|
|Earnings date||26 Oct 2017|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.88 (3.91%)|
|1y target est||N/A|
Airports, airlines and passengers are likely to bear significant costs from new security measures on flights to the United States, European airports association ACI Europe said on Thursday. The measures, announced on Wednesday by the Department of Homeland Security and applicable to all commercial flights to the United States, include increased explosive trace detection efforts and more screening of passengers.
European shares edged higher on Tuesday as investors awaited U.S. President Donald Trump's first speech to Congress for more details on his tax cuts and infrastructure spending plans. The STOXX 600 rose ...
European equities steadied on Tuesday, with a rally in shares of companies such as GKN and Meggitt following their encouraging results offset by weaker miners. The STOXX Europe 600 was flat in percentage ...
European shares edged higher on Tuesday after encouraging earnings releases, with Meggitt leading the market up after reporting a sharp rise in profits and Ferrovial also advancing after results news. ...
LONDON, Oct (Shenzhen: 000069.SZ - news) 25 (Reuters) - Britain backed a $22 billion expansion of London's Heathrow Airport on Tuesday, ending 25 years of indecision with an ambitious plan to boost global trade links following the vote to leave the European Union. Heathrow, Europe's busiest airport, defeated a proposal from smaller rival Gatwick to secure the first new full-length runway to be built near London in 70 years after environmental and political protests scuppered previous attempts. The long-awaited decision put Prime Minister Theresa May on a collision course with several senior politicians including her own foreign secretary, Boris Johnson, and the plan is also likely to be challenged in the courts.
Conservative lawmaker Zac Goldsmith, a vocal opponent of the expansion of Heathrow Airport, on Tuesday notified the government of his decision to resign from parliament, the finance ministry said in a ...
British transport minister Chris Grayling said on Tuesday that the public consultation process on expanding Heathrow Airport was not likely to change its position in favour of a new runway at the west ...
LONDON, Oct (Shenzhen: 000069.SZ - news) 25 (Reuters) - Building a third runway at Heathrow Airport is not the right thing to do and risks fuelling a clamour for a fourth runway to be built in future, Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said on Tuesday after the government approved the expansion. Johnson, who was previously mayor of London, has been a vocal opponent of plans to expand Heathrow for years. "I do think that building a third runway slap bang in the middle of the western suburbs of the greatest city on Earth is not the right thing to do," Johnson said.
LONDON, Oct (HKSE: 3366-OL.HK - news) 25 (Reuters) - Britain will conduct the required public consultation on expanding Heathrow Airport in a "timely" fashion, transport minister Chris Grayling said on Tuesday after a government decision to build a new runway at the west London site. "There will be a full and proper consultation," Grayling said. Grayling also said the government would be publishing new evidence relating to the air quality implications of the project in the coming days.
Britain's Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said on Tuesday a third runway at Heathrow Airport was "undeliverable", the Press Association news agency reported on Twitter. "I think it very ...
London's Gatwick Airport remains a key part of Britain's transport strategy despite the government on Tuesday backing an expansion at rival Heathrow, transport minister Chris Grayling said. Earlier, Britain ...
LONDON, Oct (HKSE: 3366-OL.HK - news) 25 (Reuters) - A government committee of senior ministers unanimously decided on Tuesday to allow Heathrow airport to build a third runway, Prime Minister Theresa May's spokeswoman said. The move, announced earlier on Tuesday, gave Heathrow Airport (Shanghai: 600463.SS - news) the green light to build a new $22 billion runway, ending 25 years of indecision. "It was a unanimous decision of the committee to back a new runway at Heathrow," the spokeswoman told reporters.
LONDON, Oct (Shenzhen: 000069.SZ - news) 25 (Reuters) - Mayor of London Sadiq Khan said a government decision taken on Tuesday to build a new runway at Heathrow Airport was wrong for the capital, vowing to continue his opposition to the project. "The government are running roughshod over Londoners' views - just five months ago I was elected as Mayor on a clear platform of opposing a new runway at Heathrow," Khan said in a statement.
LONDON, Oct (HKSE: 3366-OL.HK - news) 25 (Reuters) - The British government's decision to approve a new runway at Heathrow Airport shows Britain can be an open, global, successful country after it leaves the European Union (KSE: 000910.KS - news) , Prime Minister Theresa May said on Tuesday. Earlier, the government announced it was giving Heathrow Airport (Shanghai: 600463.SS - news) the green light to build a new $22 billion runway, ending 25 years of indecision with the most ambitious option available.
LONDON, Oct (Shenzhen: 000069.SZ - news) 25 (Reuters) - The British government's decision to allow Heathrow Airport to expand is the clearest sign that Britain is open for business following its vote to leave the European Union, Transport Secretary Chris Grayling told reporters on Tuesday. "This is a really big decision for this country but it's also the clearest sign post the referendum that this country is very clearly open for business," he said. Asked about disagreements within the government on the choice of Heathrow, which is opposed by Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson among others, Grayling said it would be impossible to deliver such a project without some people disagreeing.
The British government has decided to allow Heathrow airport to build a new runway, Sky News reported on Tuesday. Heathrow, Europe's busiest airport, is battling with its smaller rival Gatwick for the ...
LONDON, Oct (HKSE: 3366-OL.HK - news) 24 (Reuters) - Prime Minister Theresa May is set to end decades of indecision by backing the expansion of Britain and Europe's busiest airport, Heathrow, finally kickstarting a project made more pressing by the vote to leave the EU. May and a small team of ministers will meet on Tuesday to choose between expanding Heathrow, to the west of London, or Gatwick, to the south - making a decision on airport expansion after more than 25 years of debate. Key opponents of Heathrow expansion such as Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, who as then London mayor said last year it would not solve capacity issues and the scheme was doomed to fail, will not be present.
British transport minister Chris Grayling will make a statement to parliament about airport expansion in south east England around 1130 GMT on Tuesday, Prime Minister Theresa May's spokeswoman said on ...