FSTC - First Corporation

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Avg. volume7,898
Market cap316,622
Beta1.52
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EPS (TTM)-0.0020
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  • Netflix shares sink as subscriber growth misses target
    Sky Newsyesterday

    Netflix shares sink as subscriber growth misses target

    Netflix (Xetra: 552484 - news) shares plunged in after-hours trading in New York after the company's latest results signalled it was facing stronger competition for customers. The video streaming service's stock lost 14% of its value after it reported that world subscription growth during the April to June quarter came in more than one million down on what the market was expecting. It meant that Netflix, whose shares have more than doubled in value in the year to date amid a strong run for subscriber growth, was on course for the biggest drop in its market value in four years ahead of the market open on Tuesday.

  • Reuters - UK Focus7 days ago

    Facebook faces small but symbolic UK fine over data protection breaches

    Britain's information regulator slapped Facebook with a small but symbolic fine for breaches of data protection law after millions of users' data was improperly accessed by consultancy Cambridge Analytica. The 500,000 pound ($663,850) fine is less than 10 minutes worth of revenue for the social media firm worth $590 billion, whose shares were unchanged, but is the maximum amount allowed and represents the first move by a regulator to punish Facebook (Swiss: FB-USD.SW - news) for the Cambridge Analytica controversy. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has faced questioning by U.S. and EU lawmakers over how the political consultancy obtained the personal data of 87 million Facebook users from a researcher.

  • Reuters - UK Focus8 days ago

    EU council chief's riposte to Trump: Respect the allies you have

    European Council President Donald Tusk told U.S. President Donald Trump on Tuesday to stop berating NATO allies over military investment levels ahead of what is expected to be a fraught alliance summit. Before flying to Brussels where he arrived on Tuesday night, Trump again chided fellow NATO members for not contributing enough while maintaining a trade surplus with the United States, his latest reprimand on issues that are straining transatlantic relations.

  • Reuters - UK Focus19 days ago

    LIVE MARKETS-Lunchtime snapshot: heading into the weekend on a bright note

    Welcome to the home for real-time coverage of European equity markets brought to you by Reuters stocks reporters and anchored today by Julien Ponthus. Reach him on Messenger to share your thoughts on market ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus19 days ago

    LIVE MARKETS-SocGen, BNP get thinner slice Of shrinking French M&A pie

    Welcome to the home for real-time coverage of European equity markets brought to you by Reuters stocks reporters and anchored today by Julien Ponthus. Reach him on Messenger to share your thoughts on market ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus20 days ago

    HIGHLIGHTS-EU leaders meet for "make or break" migration talks

    "Defence of our external borders is something which unites Europe. "As you know, Italy has worked on a proposal which it brings to this European Council, a proposal we believe is completely reasonable because it is in line with the spirit and the principle on which the European Union is based. Over all these years and in the meetings with the leaders of other member states, I have seen many expressions of solidarity.

  • Reuters - UK Focus20 days ago

    U.S. first-quarter GDP growth trimmed; labor market strong

    The U.S. economy slowed more than previously estimated in the first quarter amid the weakest consumer spending in nearly five years, but growth appears to have since regained momentum on the back of a robust labor market and tax cuts. Gross domestic product increased at a 2.0 percent annual rate in the January-March period, the Commerce Department said on Thursday in its third estimate of first-quarter GDP, instead of the 2.2 percent pace it reported last month. The downgrade to first-quarter growth reflected weaker consumer spending and a smaller inventory build than the government had estimated last month.

  • Reuters - UK Focus26 days ago

    MORNING BID EUROPE- At last - some Greek relief

    Greece will be able to borrow from financial markets again when it quits its bailout programme in August after euro zone finance ministers agreed in the early hours of this morning to some initial debt relief and an extra cash injection to see it on its way. This is a major landmark in the country's move out of the abyss into which it landed as the sovereign debt crisis struck. There was a dramatic new twist in Romania's politics yesterday as a court sentenced the head of its ruling Social Democrat party, Liviu Dragnea, to three and a half years in prison for graft-related offences.

  • First beer, now chicken! Shortage warnings as CO2 stocks fall
    Sky News26 days ago

    First beer, now chicken! Shortage warnings as CO2 stocks fall

    The British Poultry Council (BPC) has called on the government and gas producers for help after beer, fizzy drinks and meat producers all warned of possible shortages caused by a lack of the gas. Poultry slaughterhouses are asking for priority supplies and saying the current shortage could have a "potentially huge effect" on British food production. At least five CO2 producers across northern Europe have shut down plants for maintenance for the spring and summer months.

  • Reuters - UK Focus28 days ago

    U.S. home sales stumble as prices hit record high

    U.S. home sales unexpectedly fell for the second straight month in May as an acute shortage of properties on the market pushed house prices to a record high. The sales decline, which was reported by the National Association of Realtors (NAR (Shenzhen: 002825.SZ - news) ) on Wednesday, indicated the housing market was continuing to lag a strong economy and would likely not contribute to growth in the second quarter. Home sales have largely treaded water this year as strong demand depletes the supply of properties on the market, causing house prices to rise faster than wages.

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    MORNING BID EUROPE-Bavarians at the gate

    All this is happening because of the failure of other EU countries to work together to share the fallout from the earlier migration drama, when hundreds of thousands of people fleeing conflict in the Middle East and Africa turned up on its shores. Greece's parliament is debating a no-confidence motion on Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras after his historic but controversial accord to solve a decades-old name dispute with its tiny northern neighbour. Tsipras's coalition has a thin majority in parliament, so the government is unlikely to fall, but if parliament were to back the no-confidence motion Tsipras would have to hand over his mandate to the country's president.

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    G7 allies confront Trump with trade numbers in tense G7 summit

    U.S. President Donald Trump countered a slew of trade numbers from U.S. allies with his own, different data, holding firm to his position that the United States was at a disadvantage, an official at a ...

  • Amazon Prime plays the Premier League game
    Sky Newslast month

    Amazon Prime plays the Premier League game

    Amazon's eyes lit upon the Premier League and now a deal has been done. Amazon has declined to release a figure, but BT says that it paid £90m for a similar three-year package. It would be surprising if Amazon paid a significantly different amount.

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    EXPLAINER-London's new runway: progress at last but no take off yet

    British lawmakers could approve the expansion of Heathrow this month, moving London's largest airport closer to building a new runway than it has been for years, but hurdles remain after decades of indecision and false starts. Owned by Spain's Ferrovial (Amsterdam: FV6.AS - news) , Qatar Investment Authority and China Investment Corporation among others, Heathrow is Europe's busiest airport but is now operating at full capacity. Heathrow says the runway would be operational by 2026.

  • Mothercare approved to shut 50 stores with 800 jobs at risk
    Sky News2 months ago

    Mothercare approved to shut 50 stores with 800 jobs at risk

    Mothercare (Other OTC: MHCRF - news) has been given the green light to axe 50 underperforming stores in a move that will see 800 jobs put at risk. Mothercare said it had received the backing of creditors to press ahead with the company voluntary arrangement (CVA). Mothercare currently employs about 3,000 people across 137 outlets.

  • Mothercare approved to shut 50 stores putting 800 jobs at risk
    Sky News2 months ago

    Mothercare approved to shut 50 stores putting 800 jobs at risk

    Mothercare (Other OTC: MHCRF - news) has been given the green light to axe 50 underperforming stores in a move that will see 800 jobs put at risk. On Friday, Mothercare said it had received the backing of creditors to press ahead with the company voluntary arrangement (CVA). Mothercare currently employs about 3,000 people across 137 outlets.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    Allies in G7 vow to fight U.S. tariffs, see threat to growth

    The United States' allies in the G7 vowed on Thursday to push back against Washington's decision to impose tariffs on their steel and aluminum exports, saying as they gathered for a meeting that the move threatens global growth. The escalating trade conflict between the United States and many key allies will dominate the three-day meeting in Canada of financial leaders from the Group of Seven industrialized nations that began on Thursday, with U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin the top target for their complaints and lobbying.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    U.S. first-quarter growth trimmed on weak consumer spending

    U.S. economic growth slowed slightly more than initially thought in the first quarter as consumer spending rose at its weakest pace in nearly five years, but activity is already picking up against the backdrop of a tightening labor market and tax cuts. Gross domestic product increased at a 2.2 percent annual rate, the Commerce Department said on Wednesday in its second estimate of first-quarter GDP, instead of the previously reported 2.3 percent pace.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    No Warning: Witnesses describe how Indian police shot and killed smelter protesters

    Police in the port city of Thoothukudi in southern India gave no warning last Tuesday before firing with live ammunition on protesters seeking the closure of a copper smelter owned by London-listed Vedanta Resources Plc, according to 16 witnesses interviewed by Reuters. The police also appear to have ignored Indian federal police rules on the use of force to quell protests by, in some cases, firing at the heads of protesters rather than their legs.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    BRIEF-Mega First Corporation Says Qtrly Revenue 215.2 Million RGT

    May 28 (Reuters) - Mega First Corporation Bhd: * QTRLY REVENUE 215.2 MILLION RGT, QTRLY NET PROFIT 31.5 MILLION RGT * YEAR AGO QTRLY REVENUE 207.2 MILLION RGT, YEAR AGO QTRLY NET PROFIT 37.4 MILLION RGT ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    UPDATE 8-Facebook face-off: EU gets little news from Zuckerberg

    Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg sailed through a grilling from EU lawmakers about the social network's data policies as lengthy questions left the 34-year-old American little time to answer. Betraying little emotion, Zuckerberg apologised to leaders of the European Parliament in Brussels for a massive data leak, in his latest attempt to draw a line under the damaging scandal.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    Thomas Cook ditches rowdy "Club 18-30" for something more stylish

    Thomas Cook (Frankfurt: A0MR3W - news) is abandoning its raucous "Club 18-30" brand to target an image-conscious audience wanting more stylish holidays, the British tour operator said on Thursday. Thomas Cook, set up in 1841 and a pioneer of package holidays, said demand for holidays in Turkey, Greece and Egypt would help it meet forecasts this year. Looking to secure future growth, the company said it would launch up to 15 new hotels by next summer under the name "Cook's Club", a cheaper version of its up-market Casa Cook business, to attract style-conscious holidaymakers on a lower budget.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    SABB and Alawwal agree $5 bln merger to create Saudi's third largest bank

    Saudi British Bank (SABB) and Alawwal Bank have agreed a merger to create Saudi Arabia's third-biggest lender, in a $5 billion deal that marks the first major banking tie-up in the kingdom in two decades. The agreement, announced by the two banks on Wednesday but still non-binding, would create a lender with assets of around $77 billion, and is seen strengthening the banking system as Saudi Arabia embarks on a plan to transform its economy and cut its dependence on oil revenues. SABB is 40 percent owned by HSBC Holdings (Frankfurt: 923893 - news) and Alawwal is 40 percent owned by RBS Holdings NV, a consortium that includes Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS), which has been trying to reduce its stake for some time.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    COLUMN-Copper scrap a key battleground in China's war on waste: Andy Home

    China's self-declared war on "foreign garbage" has come to America. From May 3 all U.S. shipments to China of secondary materials, from scrap metal to plastics and waste paper, are suspended for a month. China Certification and Inspection Group (CCIC) North America, the sole body licensed with checking U.S. cargoes before they sail, will not be allowed to issue export certification documents until June 4.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    Innogy's Npower grows operating profit in Q1

    Innogy's troubled British division Npower grew operating profit by 26.5 percent in the first quarter, the group said on Monday, ahead of a planned merger of the business with the local retail power unit ...

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