JPR.L - Johnston Press plc

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
-1.500 (-8.889%)
At close: 4:30PM BST
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Previous close16.875
Bid0.000 x 520000
Ask17.750 x 11332600
Day's range14.500 - 17.500
52-week range9.500 - 31.410
Avg. volume409,855
Market cap16.19M
PE ratio (TTM)-0.15
EPS (TTM)-99.2
Earnings date2 Aug 2017 - 7 Aug 2017
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target est62.50
  • Scotsman and i battle heats up as rebel plots ousting of board
    Sky Newsyesterday

    Scotsman and i battle heats up as rebel plots ousting of board

    A battle for control of the publisher of The Scotsman and i newspapers will be ignited this week when a top shareholder unveils a plan to unseat the majority of its board - including its chief executive and finance director. Sky News has learnt that Custos, which owns 12.6% of Johnston Press (LSE: JPR.L - news) , will write to its board to demand an extraordinary general meeting at which it will seek to oust Ashley Highfield, the CEO, and David King, chief financial officer. Christen Ager-Hanssen, who runs Custos, will also propose to replace three of the company's non-executive directors, including Camilla Rhodes, the interim chairman.

  • Investor in Scotsman owner Johnston Press sparks boardroom battle
    Sky News7 days ago

    Investor in Scotsman owner Johnston Press sparks boardroom battle

    The second-largest investor in Johnston Press (LSE: JPR.L - news) , the owner of The Scotsman and i newspapers, will next week ignite a battle for control of its board by demanding a shareholder meeting to oust its chairman. Sky News has learnt that Christen Ager-Hanssen, a Norwegian businessman whose investment vehicle Custos owns 12.6% of the British media group, plans to write to Johnston Press's board in the coming days to requisition an extraordinary general meeting (EGM). Sources said that Mr Ager-Hanssen was expected to seek the removal of Camilla Rhodes, the company's interim chairman, and to try to install himself in her place.

  • Reuters - UK Focus8 months ago

    Yorkshire Post publisher Johnston Press flags improved trading

    Johnston Press Plc (LSE: JPR.L - news) , the publisher of the Scotsman, said trading towards the end of 2016 improved as it posted a 1 percent rise in fourth-quarter revenue aided by strong sales of its "i" and Yorkshire Post titles. The 250-year-old company said signs of business confidence were improving as quarterly revenue returned to growth after contracting 5 percent in the previous quarter in the "immediate aftermath" of Britons' June vote to leave the European Union.

  • Reuters - UK Focus9 months ago

    Publisher Johnston Press full-year revenue falls; weak pound hurts

    Johnston Press Plc, the publisher of the Scotsman and the Yorkshire Post, said it is seeing higher costs from imported paper and ink due to weakness in sterling after the Brexit vote, as it posted a 6 ...

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