|Bid||194.00 x 232500|
|Ask||194.20 x 311600|
|Day's range||193.93 - 195.70|
|52-week range||180.40 - 274.27|
|PE ratio (TTM)||26.24|
|Earnings date||28 Nov 2017|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.08 (3.24%)|
|1y target est||291.44|
** Britain's biggest sandwich maker Greencore +8% & 2nd top FTSE midcap gainer as co's results show UK business performance ahead of expectations ** H1 convenience foods UK & Ireland revenue +10.6% on ...
British food ingredients maker Tate & Lyle named private equity executive Gerry Murphy as its new chairman on Thursday, succeeding Peter Gershon in April. Tate said Murphy, chairman of The Blackstone Group's ...
Britain's top share index climbed on Monday, led higher by a jump in support services firm DCC and housebuilder Taylor Wimpey which both rose on well-received results. The blue chip FTSE 100 index rose 1 percent to 6,799.17 points by 1025 GMT, in line with a broader bounce on European equity markets. DCC was the top riser, up more than 6 percent and set for its biggest one-day gain in a year after saying it expected full-year profit to come in ahead of expectations.
Britain's biggest sandwich maker Greencore Group (Frankfurt: 881630 - news) said on Monday it would buy U.S. convenience food manufacturer Peacock Foods for $747.5 million in a bid to transform its U.S. business. The announcement sent Greencore's shares up 12 percent. Irish-registered but London-listed Greencore had signalled an intention to expand in the United States where it already produces sandwiches, salads, sushi and deserts for customers including Starbucks (Swiss: SBUX.SW - news) and the 7-Eleven convenience store.
Irish-based Greencore Group said on Monday it planned to buy U.S. convenience food manufacturer Peacock Foods for $747.5 million in a bid to transform its U.S. business. Greencore, which is listed in London, ...