|Bid||1,260.00 x 45000|
|Ask||1,330.00 x 84200|
|Day's range||1,303.00 - 1,321.00|
|52-week range||1,195.00 - 1,321.00|
|PE ratio (TTM)||35.69|
|Earnings date||12 Jun 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.11 (0.94%)|
|1y target est||1,262.40|
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The UK's top share index fell below a key level on Thursday, hit by concerns over potential trade wars and following a hawkish surprise from the Bank of England's policy meeting. The BoE kept interest rates on hold but two policymakers unexpectedly voted for a hike, cementing expectations that borrowing costs will rise in May. "This meeting can certainly be interpreted as a step towards a hike in May. The pound ran out of steam having already had an exceptional week and having rallied hard into the announcement," Fiona Cincotta, Senior Market Analyst at City Index.
The UK's top share index fell below a key level on Thursday, hit by concerns over potential trade wars and following a hawkish surprise from the Bank of England's policy meeting. The BoE kept interest ...
(Reuters) - Safety equipment maker Halma Plc (HLMA.L) said its profit rose 13 percent in the first half of the year, helped by growth in its Asia-Pacific business. Adjusted pretax profit rose to 94.5 million ...
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Halma Plc (Frankfurt: 865047 - news) in the fiscal year that began in April has sustained the revenue growth it saw in the second half of last year, the safety device maker said on Wednesday. The company, which produces fire and smoke detectors and medical devices, said order intake was ahead of revenue and ahead of order intake a year earlier. "Asia Pacific maintained strong growth, with good progress in the UK and Mainland Europe and a steady performance in the USA," the company said in a statement.
No FTSE 100 companies will go ex-dividend on Thursday, although several mid-caps will go ex-div, after which investors will no longer qualify for the latest dividend payout. Among FTSE 250 companies going ...