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Manchester United plc (MANU)

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15.99-1.51 (-8.63%)
At close: 04:00PM EST
16.03 +0.04 (+0.25%)
After hours: 07:58PM EST
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Previous close17.50
Open16.85
Bid16.01 x 3200
Ask16.20 x 1800
Day's range15.60 - 16.97
52-week range15.60 - 26.64
Volume4,550,571
Avg. volume1,499,611
Market cap2.609B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.82
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-0.22
Earnings date28 Mar 2024 - 01 Apr 2024
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend date03 Jun 2022
1y target est22.80
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    UPDATE 1-Soccer-Ratcliffe wants to build new stadium for Man United, bring back glory days

    British billionaire and Manchester United co-owner Jim Ratcliffe wants to build a new stadium for the club as he aims to bring back its glory days in the Premier League and European competitions, he told the BBC on Wednesday. Ratcliffe's $1.25 billion deal for a 25% stake in the club, in which he will also invest $300 million into infrastructure and take charge of their soccer operations, was completed on Tuesday. United have played at their current Old Trafford stadium, which has a capacity of 74,310, since 1910.

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    Soccer-Ratcliffe wants to build new stadium for Man United, bring back glory days

    British billionaire and Manchester United co-owner Jim Ratcliffe wants to build a new stadium for the club as he aims to bring back its glory days in the Premier League and European competitions, he told the BBC on Wednesday. Ratcliffe's $1.25 billion deal for a 25% stake in the club, in which he will also invest $300 million into infrastructure and take charge of their soccer operations, was completed on Tuesday. United have played at their current Old Trafford stadium, which has a capacity of 74,310, since 1910.