MPSLTD.BO - MPS Limited

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593.00
+2.30 (+0.39%)
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Previous close588.90
Open590.75
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's range589.00 - 595.00
52-week range554.00 - 775.00
Volume397
Avg. volume1,982
Market cap11.04B
BetaN/A
PE ratio (TTM)15.50
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  • EU warns Brexit deal by 2019 will be 'dramatically difficult' as talks move to next phase
    Sky News5 hours ago

    EU warns Brexit deal by 2019 will be 'dramatically difficult' as talks move to next phase

    Agreeing a Brexit deal by the March 2019 deadline will be "dramatically difficult", the European Union has warned. The stark warning came from EU Council President Donald Tusk, who was speaking after European leaders agreed to move Britain's exit negotiations onto the next phase. Theresa May hailed the development as a key milestone which shows she is "well on the road" to "delivering the smooth and orderly Brexit that people voted for".

  • Theresa May 'urges EU leaders to agree swift transition period' at summit dinner
    Sky News13 hours ago

    Theresa May 'urges EU leaders to agree swift transition period' at summit dinner

    The PM was applauded by EU27 leaders at the EU summit dinner after German Chancellor Angela Merkel thanked her for her commitment in Brexit talks, say Sky (Frankfurt: 893517 - news) sources at the dinner. The applause arose partly because Theresa May will not be at the summit today when the formal decision to approve "sufficient progress" in the Brexit process will be taken by the EU27. Mrs May used the dinner opportunity to implore other EU leaders to agree a quick transition period, as well as complete the formality of "sufficient progress".

  • Accepting EU law 'price worth paying' for transition deal, say MPs
    Sky News2 days ago

    Accepting EU law 'price worth paying' for transition deal, say MPs

    MPs (BSE: MPSLTD.BO - news) say the Government should accept the supremacy of EU law during a Brexit transition as a "price worth paying" to avoid a no-deal scenario after March 2019. A report from the Treasury select committee (TSC (Shenzhen: 000877.SZ - news) ) said there was now an urgent need for an agreement on transition, and delays risked damaging the economy. It echoed warnings from the City that the longer arrangements for a transition are delayed, the more businesses would trigger contingency plans such as moving jobs abroad, from early next year.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 days ago

    Britain's May defeated in parliament over Brexit blueprint

    LONDON, Dec (Shanghai: 600875.SS - news) 13 (Reuters) - Prime Minister Theresa May's government was defeated on Wednesday, when lawmakers forced through changes to its Brexit blueprint that ministers said could endanger Britain's departure from the European Union. In a blow to May, already weakened after losing her Conservative Party's majority in a June election, the 650-seat parliament voted 309 to 305 in favour of an amendment to hand lawmakers more say over a final exit deal with the EU.

  • Charity's anger at PM's dismissal of Philip Hammond disability row
    Sky News2 days ago

    Charity's anger at PM's dismissal of Philip Hammond disability row

    A leading charity has demanded answers after the Prime Minister dismissed a storm over the Chancellor's comments about disabled workers. Philip Hammond has come under fire for suggesting an increase in the number of disabled people in employment could be partly to blame for the UK's sluggish productivity . Green MP Caroline Lucas told the Prime Minister: "It is disgraceful that he has so far declined to express any regret.

  • Water bills to fall in real terms - here's why
    Sky News2 days ago

    Water bills to fall in real terms - here's why

    Water bills will fall by up to £25 a year in real terms from 2020, under plans by the industry regulator, as it plans to force firms to pass on savings from reduced financing costs to customers. Regulator Ofwat will carry out its next price review in 2019, and is proposing to set the so-called 'cost of capital' that has a direct bearing on bills at a record low of 2.4%. A real terms cut in bills will not necessarily mean customers paying less - just that any increases they see will be lower than the rate of RPI inflation, which currently stands at 3.9%.

  • MPs seek close ties to Euratom post-Brexit to avoid nuclear disruption
    Sky News3 days ago

    MPs seek close ties to Euratom post-Brexit to avoid nuclear disruption

    More than 100 MPs (BSE: MPSLTD.BO - news) have called on the Government to retain as close a relationship as possible with the body which regulates the nuclear industry across Europe after Brexit. The MPs have signed a Parliamentary amendment to the EU Withdrawal Bill dealing with the Government's intention to leave the European Atomic Energy Community (Euratom). The transport of nuclear materials, disposing of waste, and carrying out of research is governed by a series of nuclear safeguards that have operated in the UK for four decades through Euratom.

  • Pharma sector warns of 'dire' consequences without Europe regulation deal
    Sky News3 days ago

    Pharma sector warns of 'dire' consequences without Europe regulation deal

    The leading voice in Britain's pharmaceutical industry has warned the sector is at a "critical juncture" as it hopes for a Brexit deal that can unify regulations between the UK and Europe. Lisa Anson, president of the Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry (ABPI), told Sky News that firms have put investment decisions "on ice" and face a "dire situation" unless such an agreement can be reached. Ms Anson, also UK president of the multinational giant AstraZeneca (NYSE: AZN - news) , made the comments in a rare interview.

  • Government scrambles to avoid defeat on EU Withdrawal bill
    Sky News4 days ago

    Government scrambles to avoid defeat on EU Withdrawal bill

    The Government is scrambling to avoid a defeat on key Brexit legislation just hours before the Prime Minister travels to an EU summit on Thursday. The EU Withdrawal Bill will return to the House of Commons on Tuesday and Wednesday, before which Number 10 announced it was accepting a cross-party amendment on so-called Henry VIII powers.

  • Ban pension cold-calling now, MPs demand
    Sky News5 days ago

    Ban pension cold-calling now, MPs demand

    The Commons Work and Pensions Select Committee said the scale of the scamming was likely to be grossly underestimated by official reports. The committee welcomed a commitment by the Government to ban pensions cold-calling, but said the draft legislation was flawed because it tied outlawing of calls to the creation of a new financial guidance body - meaning it might not happen until 2020. It has called on the Government to take "urgent action" through the Financial Guidance and Claims Bill, recently unveiled by ministers, "to legislate to protect pensions now".

  • Theresa May to hail Brexit 'optimism' as trade talks loom
    Sky News5 days ago

    Theresa May to hail Brexit 'optimism' as trade talks loom

    Theresa May will hail a "new sense of optimism" in the Brexit negotiations, as she updates MPs (BSE: MPSLTD.BO - news) for the first time since striking a deal with Brussels. It has required give and take for the UK and the EU to move forwards together.

  • Ban pension cold calls now to stop scammers, say MPs
    Sky News5 days ago

    Ban pension cold calls now to stop scammers, say MPs

    Pensions cold calling must be banned next year to prevent people being "avoidably conned out of their life savings", MPs (BSE: MPSLTD.BO - news) have warned. The Commons Work and Pensions Select Committee said the scale of the scamming is likely to be grossly underestimated by official reports, and the problem of people being pushed towards "completely legal but totally inappropriate" investments which fall short of fraud needs to be tackled. It welcomed a commitment made by the Government to banning pensions cold calling, but said the draft legislation is flawed because it ties outlawing of calls to the creation of a new financial guidance body which would delay the ban until 2020.

  • Cabinet heavyweights back PM's Brexit breakthrough deal
    Sky News7 days ago

    Cabinet heavyweights back PM's Brexit breakthrough deal

    Senior (Other OTC: SNIRF - news) members of Theresa May's government have backed her breakthrough deal in the Brexit talks, which includes paying more than £30bn to Brussels. The agreement on the size of the so-called "divorce bill", along with guarantees on citizens' rights and the status of the Irish border after Brexit, came after a night of frantic diplomacy. European Council President Donald Tusk warned the most difficult challenge is still ahead, adding: "So much time has been devoted to the easiest part of the task.

  • Ex-BBC boss Yentob faces 'five-year ban' over Kids Company ruin
    Sky News7 days ago

    Ex-BBC boss Yentob faces 'five-year ban' over Kids Company ruin

    Alan Yentob, the former BBC creative chief, is facing a minimum five-year exclusion from holding company directorships as the Government pursues action against the former bosses of Kids Company, the failed charity. Sky News has learnt that lawyers acting for Mr Yentob and his fellow ex-Kids Company trustees have been handed a deadline of December 20 to agree voluntary boardroom bans. The talks are aimed at drawing a line under months of talks between the Government's Insolvency Service and the former trustees following widespread criticism of their stewardship of the charity, which collapsed in 2015.

  • Brexit could spark UK borders chaos, MPs warn
    Sky News7 days ago

    Brexit could spark UK borders chaos, MPs warn

    Brexit could cause chaos at Britain's borders, with not enough parking spaces for lorries awaiting customs checks and problems with IT systems, according to MPs (BSE: MPSLTD.BO - news) . Parliament's spending watchdog, the Public Accounts Committee (PAC), claims borders could be exposed to risks immediately after Brexit because of a lack of planning. The MPs claim border checks on people entering the UK could treble after the UK leaves the EU and checks on lorries could quadruple, yet Government planning is "not fit for purpose".

  • EU hands Theresa May 72-hour Brexit deadline
    Sky News8 days ago

    EU hands Theresa May 72-hour Brexit deadline

    The EU has declared there is still "no white smoke" over a Brexit deal and handed Theresa May a 72-hour deadline to make an acceptable offer. The Prime Minister has been given until midnight on Sunday to put forward a solution to the Irish border deadlock and other initial divorce issues. If this is not met, Brexit negotiations will not move on to trade talks before the end of the year.

  • UK government admits has not studied Brexit business impact
    AFP9 days ago

    UK government admits has not studied Brexit business impact

    David Davis told the House of Commons Brexit committee that "he wasn't a fan of economic models because they have all proven wrong,"

  • Brexit impact assessments 'do not exist', David Davis admits
    Sky News9 days ago

    Brexit impact assessments 'do not exist', David Davis admits

    No assessments of Brexit's impact on the UK economy have been carried out by the Government, David Davis has admitted. The Brexit Secretary said "forecasts" of the EU divorce's effect on different industrial sectors did not exist but that the benefit of such an assessment would be "near zero" due to the huge scale of change leaving the bloc is likely to cause.

  • Hamond floats customs union style deal - but Cabinet yet to discuss Brexit 'end-state'
    Sky News9 days ago

    Hamond floats customs union style deal - but Cabinet yet to discuss Brexit 'end-state'

    Philip Hammond has floated the idea of the UK remaining in a customs union style arrangement - but said the Cabinet has yet to agree on an "end-state" for Brexit. The Chancellor acknowledged that the possibility of negotiating a deal which retains both some of the benefits and obligations of single-market membership risked infuriating hard Brexit supporters. Mr Hammond told MPs (BSE: MPSLTD.BO - news) there appeared to be a "misunderstanding" that it was a matter of choice whether the UK left the single market and customs union.

  • MPs call for probe into planned merger of SSE and npower
    Sky News11 days ago

    MPs call for probe into planned merger of SSE and npower

    MPs (BSE: MPSLTD.BO - news) have called for a competition probe into the merger between two of the UK's biggest energy suppliers saying it risked resulting in less competition and a bad deal for consumers. The tie-up, agreed last month, will see the household supply businesses operated by SSE (LSE: SSE.L - news) and npower join forces - reducing the industry's dominant "big six" to a "big five". Now (Frankfurt: 11N.F - news) the Commons Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) Committee has written to the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) to call for an investigation.

  • MPs call for probe over energy tie-up competition fears
    Sky News11 days ago

    MPs call for probe over energy tie-up competition fears

    MPs (BSE: MPSLTD.BO - news) have called for a competition probe into the merger between two of the UK's biggest energy suppliers saying it risked resulting in less competition and a bad deal for consumers. The tie-up, agreed last month, will see the household supply businesses operated by SSE (LSE: SSE.L - news) and npower join forces - reducing the industry's dominant "big six" to a "big five". Now (Frankfurt: 11N.F - news) the Commons Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) Committee has written to the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) to call for an investigation.

  • Dublin holds key to Brexit talks breakthrough: EU's Tusk
    AFP14 days ago

    Dublin holds key to Brexit talks breakthrough: EU's Tusk

    Traffic crossing the border into Northern Ireland from the Irish Republic

  • Dublin repeats Brexit demands as Tusk seeks border deal
    AFP14 days ago

    Dublin repeats Brexit demands as Tusk seeks border deal

    Traffic crossing the border into Northern Ireland from the Irish Republic

  • Lloyds and Yorkshire Building Society confirm branch closures
    Sky News16 days ago

    Lloyds and Yorkshire Building Society confirm branch closures

    Lloyds Banking Group and Yorkshire Building Society have announced dozens of branch closures between them, in a move that has raised fresh fears about the decline in the availability of bricks and mortar banking. Lloyds - which returned to private hands in the spring following its 2008 taxpayer bailout - said it would be closing 49 of its 1,843 branches under the Halifax, Bank of Scotland and Lloyds brands, with 99 staff losing their jobs. The closure figure was on top of 100 others announced earlier this year.

  • 'ATM desert' fears over plans to cut fees
    Sky News16 days ago

    'ATM desert' fears over plans to cut fees

    MPs (BSE: MPSLTD.BO - news) have called for reassurances over the future of the UK's free-to-use cash machines after proposed changes prompted fears that thousands could close. LINK, the company that operates Britain's ATM network, has said it plans to cut the fees charged to card issuers by the machines' owners from 25p to 20p per withdrawal, over the next four years. Nicky Morgan, chair of the Treasury Select Committee (TSC (Shenzhen: 000877.SZ - news) ), has written to Sir Mark Boleat, chairman of LINK, after concerns the plans could lead to "ATM deserts" for communities if as seemed likely some machines became economically unviable.

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