|Bid||2.570 x 176800|
|Ask||2.637 x 324800|
|Day's range||2.571 - 2.634|
|52-week range||2.498 - 3.230|
|PE ratio (TTM)||11.89|
|Earnings date||26 Jul 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.17 (6.41%)|
|1y target est||2.92|
China's Dongfeng Race Team won the Volvo Ocean Race on Sunday, the first victory for a team including women in the round-the-world marathon. The Chinese-backed team held off its nearest competitors MAPFRE and Team Brunel to secure overall victory, with Dutch sailor Carolijn Brouwer and France's Marie Riou crossing the line off the Hague to clinch the last leg. Dongfeng was within sight of its rivals as they approached the finish to claim their first leg victory since leaving Alicante in Spain in October last year.
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New Zealand has a lot at stake in the final stages of the Volvo Ocean Race, with two of its best sailors vying for an elusive "Triple Crown" along with the America's Cup and Olympic gold. Peter Burling and Blair Tuke, Olympic partners in the 49er class and fellow America's Cup winners, will go head to head in the penultimate leg of the race which sets sail from Cardiff for Gothenburg, Sweden on Sunday. Tuke is a helmsman/trimmer on board Spain's MAPFRE, which lies second on points behind Chinese-backed Dongfeng Race Team, while Burling has the same role with Dutch-led Team Brunel, which is three points adrift.
With his crew of nine leading the round-the-world Volvo Ocean Race with only two short "sprint" legs to go to the finish line in The Hague, Caudrelier is in relaxed mood as they practice in the Severn Estuary. "You have some highs, but you have some big lows and it's hard to stay together," Caudrelier said when asked about the biggest challenges of the competition, adding that it was tough for sailors to be away from their families for long stretches. A win for Dongfeng in the race, which began in the 1970s and is regarded as one of the toughest in sailing because much of it is crossing the remote and hazardous Southern Ocean, would be a first for China, which has been keen to develop offshore racing.
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A round-up of notable broker activity this morning from Europe's top-ranked* analysts: ** Handelsbanken cuts Danish wind power company Vestas to "reduce" expecting co's Q1 results to be affected ...