|Bid||790.40 x 0|
|Ask||791.80 x 0|
|Day's range||764.60 - 797.20|
|52-week range||8.15 - 1,178.50|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||N/A|
|PE ratio (TTM)||6.20|
|Earnings date||14 May 2020 - 18 May 2020|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||1,082.60|
As governments scramble to prevent the spread of the virus, retailers and travel companies are among the worst hit with people opting to stay indoors due to the epidemic rather than venturing out. 3i said the companies that could be impacted includes Action, BoConcept and Hans Anders in the retail sector, and Audley Travel and ICE in the travel space. "We are focused on working with our portfolio companies to support them through these unprecedented times," the UK-listed company said.
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Dec 19 (Reuters) - 3i Infrastructure is selling its 93% stake in Wireless Infrastructure Group (WIG) to Brookfield Infrastructure, two weeks after divesting its British projects portfolio. Blue-chip private equity firm 3i Group owns a 30% stake in 3i Infrastructure. Brookfield Infrastructure is a unit of Canada's Brookfield Asset Management.
Investment firm 3i Infrastructure said on Friday it would sell its projects portfolio in Britain to a range of buyers, including funds managed by Dalmore, Semperian and Innisfree for about 194 million pounds ($248.90 million). The sale follows a strategic review and the company is also exploring the potential sale of European projects, it said.
European shares closed lower on Thursday as a warning from German carmaker Daimler and weak economic data from major economies added to concerns about a global slowdown. Daimler dropped about 3%, the biggest decline on Germany's blue-chip index after the carmaker said tougher emissions rules would hit earnings in 2020 and 2021.
London's FTSE 100 underperformed its major global peers on Thursday, suffering its steepest intra-day drop so far this month as falls in private equity company 3i, stocks trading ex-dividend and a stronger pound hammered the exporter-heavy index. The main index fell 0.8% with 3i Group hitting a five-month low after striking a cautious tone about new investment opportunities and as heavyweight components Sainsbury , Shell and GSK traded without dividend entitlement. The mid-cap FTSE 250 was 0.3% lower, with transport operator FirstGroup dropping nearly 20% on its worst day since May 2018 after a bigger first-half loss due to a charge related to its Greyhound bus line business in the U.S..
The main index fell 0.8% with 3i Group hitting a five-month low after striking a cautious tone about new investment opportunities and as heavyweight components Sainsbury , Shell and GSK traded without dividend entitlement. The mid-cap FTSE 250 was 0.3% lower, with transport operator FirstGroup dropping nearly 20% on its worst day since May 2018 after a bigger first-half loss due to a charge related to its Greyhound bus line business in the U.S.. Dollar earners were among the top drags on the main bourse as sterling strengthened on hopes that Conservatives will win a majority in the December election and finally break the deadlock surrounding Britain's departure from the European Union.
British listed private equity company 3i posted a half-year return of 10%, helped by good trading performance across its portfolio including infrastructure, it said on Thursday. 3i completed new investments in Magnitude Software and Evernex and made seven bolt-on acquisitions for its portfolio companies in the first half. 3i's net asset value per share rose 7% to 873 pence on Sept 30, from 815 pence at March 31.
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