|Bid||112.10 x 3209800|
|Ask||112.15 x 712600|
|Day's range||111.10 - 113.95|
|52-week range||111.10 - 183.05|
|Beta (3Y monthly)||0.98|
|PE ratio (TTM)||9.63|
|Earnings date||24 Jul 2019|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.08 (5.85%)|
|1y target est||177.50|
The FTSE 100 ended down 0.6% while the FTSE 250 tumbled 1.2% on Monday, led by a slump in Metro Bank. The breakdown last week has not proved temporary and it seems China is prepared to go toe-to-toe with the U.S. on this," markets.com analyst Neil Wilson said. Vodafone tumbled 5.2% on its worst day in nearly five years after The Times reported that the world's second-biggest mobile operator was set to slash dividends to pay for auctions for mobile phone airwaves in Germany and Italy.
The FTSE 250 was up 0.3 percent, helped by gains in industrial and oil stocks. World markets saw an uptick after the U.S. said it had received an indication that Beijing wanted to make a trade deal. Washington earlier announced it would raise tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese imports.
ITV Plc forecast a 6 percent decline in advertising sales in the first half of the year as a Brexit-induced slowdown continues to bite.Britain’s largest free-to-air commercial broadcaster gave the outlook while releasing first-quarter results that showed a 7 percent drop in total advertising for the period, in line with its previous guidance. Key TakeawaysChief Executive Officer Carolyn McCall is combating near- and long-term trends hitting ad sales, which make up about half of ITV’s revenues. U.K. companies are diverting spending to Brexit planning, while digital players like Facebook Inc. and Alphabet Inc.’s Google steadily draw more of their advertising dollars.McCall is seeking to reduce the broadcaster’s reliance on advertising by expanding ITV’s production unit, maker of hit shows like “Love Island” and “Coronation Street,” and growing its direct-to-consumer division.ITV is also turning to the subscription model that helped make Netflix Inc. into a formidable rival.
British broadcaster ITV reported a 4 percent drop in first-quarter revenue on Wednesday due to weaker advertising demand caused by the late timing of Easter and political and economic uncertainty. Chief Executive Carolyn McCall said the outcome was "very much as expected", with ITV performing well onscreen and online, driven by new dramas Manhunt, Cheat, Cleaning Up and The Bay. Production division ITV Studios, which makes hit show "Line of Duty", reported a 1 percent rise in revenue in the quarter, and McCall said it would deliver good growth over the year.
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OSLO/FRANKFURT (Reuters) - The much-anticipated spin-off of media group Schibsted's online classified ads business is expected to grow revenues by 15-20 percent a year in the medium to long term, shrugging off recent weakness, Schibsted said on Thursday. The Norwegian group is splitting off the division, which saw revenue growth of an average 19 percent a year between 2016 and 2018, on April 10, and will name it Adevinta. Schibsted's financial targets for the new company, announced for the first time on Thursday, were similar to the current revenue growth targets for the online classified ads division.
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PLC (ITV.LN) is to partner with the BBC to launch a streaming service to rival the likes of Netflix Inc. (NFLX) in the U.K., as the FTSE 100 broadcaster seeks to diversify its revenue streams amid continued advertising pressures. ITV said Wednesday that it is in the concluding phase of talks with the BBC about establishing a strategic partnership to bring to the U.K. their subscription-video-on-demand service BritBox, which hosts British TV content. The platform was jointly launched by ITV and the BBC in the U.S. in 2017 and later in Canada.