|Bid||0.00 x 0|
|Ask||0.00 x 0|
|Day's range||25.29 - 25.80|
|52-week range||17.87 - 27.34|
|PE ratio (TTM)||15.29|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.40 (1.56%)|
|1y target est||N/A|
Leucadia National (LUK) could be an interesting play for investors as it is seeing solid earnings estimate revision in addition to having a robust industry rank.
Energy & Minerals Group and publicly traded Laredo Petroleum Inc. agreed to sell the company, which operates a crude-oil transportation system in the Midland Basin of West Texas.
** Advertising group WPP's shares down 2.8 pct & top FTSE 100 faller in volume ** Lfl net sales growth cools slightly -- from 0.8% posted in Q1 to 0.7% in first 4 months of the year ** Jefferies highlights ...
Britain's Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has fined a former Jefferies banker almost 40,000 pounds ($49,000) for sharing confidential client information over instant messaging service WhatsApp because he wanted to "impress" the recipients, the watchdog said on Thursday. The FCA said Christopher Niehaus, a former managing director of investment banking at Jefferies International Ltd, shared confidential information between January and May 2016 with an acquaintance and a friend, who was also a Jefferies client. Niehaus, who sent confidential details over WhatsApp such as the identity of clients, details about a mandate and Jefferies fees, also boasted about how he might have been able to pay off his mortgage if one of the deals was successful.
Jefferies has hired two senior leveraged finance bankers focused on the energy sector from Barclays (LSE: BARC.L - news) , two people familiar with the situation told IFR on Thursday. The pair, Paul Cugno and Robert Anderson, will start in their new roles as managing directors on Monday. At Barclays, Cugno most recently served as head of natural resources, power and infrastructure debt capital markets, while Anderson worked as a managing director in the high-yield and leveraged loan capital markets group.
FRANKFURT/LONDON, Nov 25 (Reuters) - Shipping finance provider HSH Nordbank began meeting potential buyers in London this week ahead of the German lender's planned privatisation next year, people close to the matter said. HSH managers will hold further meetings over the next few days, including with Chinese banks such as Bank of China (HKSE: 3988-OL.HK - news) as well as buyout firms including Apollo and Lone Star, the people said. While the sale of the bank in one piece is the favoured option for HSH's owners, a divestment in two slices - the core bank and a portfolio of non-performing loans - is also a possibility, they added.