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Flutter Entertainment plc (FLTR.L)

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
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14,625.00+70.00 (+0.48%)
At close: 4:38PM BST
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Previous close14,555.00
Open14,690.00
Bid14,610.00 x 0
Ask14,620.00 x 0
Day's range14,440.00 - 14,720.00
52-week range7,089.22 - 19,680.80
Volume155,481
Avg. volume455,491
Market cap25.52B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.86
PE ratio (TTM)513.16
EPS (TTM)28.50
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend date09 Apr 2020
1y target est6,690.83
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  • FanDuel president: Sports betting is now 'a mainstream part of live entertainment'
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  • Rupert Murdoch will not derail FanDuel float plans, says Flutter chief
    The Telegraph

    Rupert Murdoch will not derail FanDuel float plans, says Flutter chief

    The boss of one of the world’s biggest gambling firms has denied that legal action by Rupert Murdoch’s Fox Corporation will stop a lucrative float of its market-leading US arm. Peter Jackson, the chief executive of Flutter Entertainment, said Fox had “no right” to prevent a potential float of FanDuel that could value the American subsidiary at more than $11bn (£8bn). A legal row erupted earlier this month over Fox’s option to buy 18.6pc of FanDuel from Flutter. Fox claimed it was entitled to acquire the stake at a lower historical price, but Flutter said it must pay “fair market value” based on a higher value this summer. Originally a fantasy betting website, FanDuel is the most popular sports wagering website in the US. As a decades-long ban on sports betting is repealed on a state-by-state basis, the company has built a 40pc share of what is expected to be the world’s biggest regulated market.