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Experian plc (LON:EXPN) has pleased shareholders over the past 10 years, paying out an average dividend of 2.00% annually. The company is currently worth UK£16.93b, and now yields roughly 1.76%.Read More...
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The most recent earnings release Experian plc’s (LSE:EXPN) announced in March 2018 indicated that the business gained from a small tailwind, leading to a single-digit earnings growth of 3.94%. Below,Read More...
Experian, best known for running consumer credit checks for banks, landlords and retailers, said revenue for the year ended March 31 rose to $4.66 billion (3.4 billion pounds) from $4.34 billion a year ago. Experian looks to buyback another $400 million of shares, the company said, after it completed its earlier $566 million share repurchase programme. "We begin the year with momentum in the business, and we expect another year of strong performance, with EBIT growth at or above revenue growth and further strong progress in Benchmark earnings per share," said Chief Executive Brian Cassin.
Britain is considering legal changes that would help low income earners - who pay interest rates of up to 1,500 percent for emergency loans, washing machines and mobile phone tariffs - to borrow at fairer rates. Campaigners hope to tackle the "poverty premium", where poor households pay hundreds of pounds more each year for everyday goods and services because of a poor credit rating. "How do we improve their ability to trade and gain goods at a fair price?" asked John Montague, a director at Big Issue Invest, the social investment arm of The Big Issue, a magazine sold on Britain's streets by homeless people.
Former Fed Chairwoman Janet Yellen is launching her next career as a paid economic analyst, benefitting from her days at the helm of the central bank.
(Reuters) - Experian Plc (EXPN.L), the world's biggest credit data company, said on Thursday it would buy financial technology company ClearScore for 275 million pounds ($383.8 million). The deal is expected ...
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Retailers are so worried about fraudulent purchases online, many say they’re rejecting legitimate transactions out of fear that they may be fake.
Experian Plc, the world's biggest credit data company, on Thursday reported a 5 percent rise in third-quarter organic revenue from ongoing activities at constant exchange rates, and said it expects full-year ...