MPSLTD.BO - MPS Limited

BSE - BSE Real-time price. Currency in INR
538.75
-9.75 (-1.78%)
At close: 3:45PM IST
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Previous close548.50
Open539.90
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's range537.00 - 545.00
52-week range495.10 - 716.35
Volume587
Avg. volume2,389
Market cap10.03B
Beta0.75
PE ratio (TTM)14.29
EPS (TTM)37.71
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield24.00 (4.43%)
Ex-dividend date2018-07-23
1y target est820.00
  • No deal Brexit risks 'big' consequences and 'idle bankers' , Mark Carney warns
    Sky News22 hours ago

    No deal Brexit risks 'big' consequences and 'idle bankers' , Mark Carney warns

    Mark Carney has warned of "big" consequences for the economy under a "no deal" Brexit scenario, saying people in the UK will be worse off and bankers sitting "idle". The governor of the Bank of England made his remarks while giving evidence to a committee of MPs (BSE: MPSLTD.BO - news) at the Farnborough International Airshow - the first outing outside Westminster for a Treasury committee hearing. Mr Carney, and colleagues on the Bank's financial policy committee, were being questioned about its recent financial stability report , which hit out at the EU's Brexit preparations.

  • Brexit cloud hanging over Farnborough Airshow
    Sky Newsyesterday

    Brexit cloud hanging over Farnborough Airshow

    Political concerns overshadowed the second day of the Farnborough International Airshow as business leaders and politicians alike expressed concerns about the government's ability to get its Brexit proposals through the House of Commons. Following a successful first day at the event, during which a record $46.2bn (£35bn) worth of deals were announced, there was anxiety that a deal on frictionless goods trade between Britain and the EU post-Brexit - the key element in the Chequers Agreement that forms the basis of the government's Brexit white paper - may be in jeopardy. Carolyn Fairbairn, director-general of the CBI, said MPs (BSE: MPSLTD.BO - news) needed to "calm down" so that clear heads would prevail.

  • No deal Brexit will have 'big' consequences for UK, Mark Carney warns
    Sky Newsyesterday

    No deal Brexit will have 'big' consequences for UK, Mark Carney warns

    Mark Carney has warned of "big" consequences for the economy under a "no deal" Brexit scenario, saying people in the UK will be worse off. The governor of the Bank of England made his remarks while giving evidence to a committee of MPs (BSE: MPSLTD.BO - news) at the Farnborough International Airshow - the first outing outside Westminster for a Treasury committee hearing. Mr Carney, and colleagues on the Bank's financial policy committee, were being questioned about its recent financial stability report , which hit out at the EU's Brexit preparations.

  • Carney sees 'big' consequences in no-deal Brexit
    Sky Newsyesterday

    Carney sees 'big' consequences in no-deal Brexit

    Mark Carney has warned of "big" consequences for the UK economy under a no-deal Brexit scenario, saying UK people would be worse off. The governor of the Bank of England made his remarks while giving evidence to a committee of MPs (BSE: MPSLTD.BO - news) at the Farnborough International Airshow - the first outing outside Westminster for a Treasury Committee hearing. Mr Carney, and colleagues on the Bank's Financial Policy Committee, were being questioned about its recent Financial Stability Report which hit out at the EU's Brexit preparations.

  • Donald Trump: Theresa May's Brexit plan will 'kill' US trade deal
    Sky News5 days ago

    Donald Trump: Theresa May's Brexit plan will 'kill' US trade deal

    Donald Trump has warned Theresa May her Brexit blueprint will "kill" hopes of any future trade deal with the US. The comments from Mr Trump will send shockwaves through Westminster - and emerged as the prime minister hosted him at a lavish banquet at Blenheim Palace , the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill. Mr Trump hit out at the PM's handling of the Brexit negotiations, claiming he "would have done it much differently".

  • 'Slimeball' Presidents Club 'failed' in charity duties
    Sky News5 days ago

    'Slimeball' Presidents Club 'failed' in charity duties

    The trustees of the Presidents Club were in breach of "key charity law duties" when they hosted a black tie event at The Dorchester Hotel, a report has concluded. The controversial Presidents Club event saw women, hired through an agency, told to wear black underwear and "sexy" black shoes to work as hostesses for their shift. The Presidents Club scrapped all planned events after the video footage and report emerged, and said it would distribute money raised among various charities.

  • Sainsbury’s taps grandee Scicluna to steer £15bn Asda merger
    Sky News8 days ago

    Sainsbury’s taps grandee Scicluna to steer £15bn Asda merger

    The City grandee who leads RSA, the FTSE-100 insurer, is being lined up as the next chairman of J Sainsbury (Other OTC: JSAIY - news) , as it tries to steer through a £15bn merger with Asda to create Britain’s biggest food retailer. Sky News has learnt that Martin Scicluna, a veteran of blue-chip boardrooms, has been picked to succeed David Tyler. An announcement about the appointment of Mr Tyler's successor could be made as early as Wednesday, when Sainsbury (Amsterdam: SJ6.AS - news) 's holds its annual meeting in London, according to people close to the company.

  • TSB customers complain they cannot access internet banking
    Sky News8 days ago

    TSB customers complain they cannot access internet banking

    Customers of TSB have taken to social media to complain about being locked out of their bank accounts. Digital banking customers were hit by a glitch on Tuesday - just over two months since a botched IT migration left the bank's systems in chaos for weeks, with TSB still working to bolster their resilience. One Twitter user, Conleth Overton, tweeted the chief executive of TSB Paul Pester to tell him the online banking service was down.

  • Reuters - UK Focus9 days ago

    Unclear whether UK lawmakers have numbers to trigger PM May confidence vote- editors say

    It was unclear on Monday whether British lawmakers in Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservative Party had the numbers to trigger a confidence vote, political editors said on Monday. A leadership challenge can be triggered if 15 percent of members of parliament in May's Conservative Party write a letter to the chairman of the party's so-called "1922 committee". The Conservatives currently have 316 members of parliament (MPs (BSE: MPSLTD.BO - news) ) so 48 would need to write such letters to challenge May.

  • Reuters - UK Focus9 days ago

    UK May's lawmakers might have numbers to trigger confidence vote-BBC political editor

    Members of Theresa May's Conservative Party might have secured the backing of enough members to trigger a confidence vote in the prime minister, the BBC political editor Laura Kuenssberg said on Monday, after two of her most senior ministers quit. "Whispers Tory MPs have reached the magic number of the 48 letters required to force a confidence vote - no way of knowing yet if true - meeting at 1730," Kuenssberg said on Twitter (Frankfurt: A1W6XZ - news) . A leadership challenge can be triggered if 15 percent of members of parliament in May's Conservative Party write a letter to the chairman of the party's so-called "1922 committee".

  • 'Reluctant conscript' David Davis quits as Brexit secretary
    Sky News9 days ago

    'Reluctant conscript' David Davis quits as Brexit secretary

    David Davis - the minister at the forefront of negotiations with the EU - has resigned as Brexit secretary. "The general direction of policy will leave us in at best a weak negotiating position, and possibly an inescapable one," Mr Davis writes in his resignation letter. It comes as Theresa May contends with a backlash against the new plans for Britain's future relationship with the European Union.

  • Carillion collapse shows 'flaws' in government outsourcing
    Sky News10 days ago

    Carillion collapse shows 'flaws' in government outsourcing

    The Government's overriding priority for outsourcing is spending as little money as possible while forcing contractors to take unacceptable levels of financial risk, the Commons public administration select committee said. As a result of the government's preoccupation with cost, MPs found that the government has had to renegotiate over £120m of contracts since the beginning of 2016 to ensure public services would continue.

  • Co-op rebuffed after £15m takeover raid on struggling Costcutter
    Sky News11 days ago

    Co-op rebuffed after £15m takeover raid on struggling Costcutter

    The Co-op‎ Group has made an audacious knockdown bid to take over Costcutter, one of Britain's biggest independent grocery retailers, amid an accelerating shake-up of the food industry. Sky News has learnt that the Co-op, which has been revived after nearly collapsing five years ago, approached Costcutter's owner, Bibby Line‎ Group, with a £15m offer several weeks ago. The bid was rejected, but Bibby Line is understood to have left the door open to further talks.

  • Friends of Cameron deny 'worst of both worlds' claim over May's Brexit plan
    Sky News12 days ago

    Friends of Cameron deny 'worst of both worlds' claim over May's Brexit plan

    Friends of David Cameron have denied suggestions he agrees with Boris Johnson that Theresa May's vision for Britain's future relationship with the European Union is "the worst of both worlds". The former prime minister and Mr Johnson met on Thursday evening ahead of a key Brexit summit, in what was understood to have been a long-standing catch-up in which a number of issues were discussed. A source earlier told Sky News that Mr Cameron - who was spotted enjoying himself at Wimbledon on Friday - agreed with the foreign secretary that the plan put forward by Mrs May is the "worst of both worlds".

  • Theresa May's Brexit plan: What you need to know
    Sky News12 days ago

    Theresa May's Brexit plan: What you need to know

    Theresa May has gathered her top team at her country retreat of Chequers for a crucial day of talks on Brexit. The prime minister and her cabinet need to agree on what they want Britain's post-Brexit relationship with the European Union to look like.

  • 'Worst of both worlds': Boris Johnson and David Cameron savage Theresa May's Brexit plan
    Sky News12 days ago

    'Worst of both worlds': Boris Johnson and David Cameron savage Theresa May's Brexit plan

    Boris Johnson met David Cameron on the eve of a key Brexit summit, with the pair agreeing Theresa May's vision for Britain's future relationship with the European Union was "the worst of both worlds". A source has confirmed to Sky News that the foreign secretary and former prime minister - who were on opposite sides of the EU referendum campaign - held talks. Sky News understands the meeting was a long-standing catchup, during which a number of issues were discussed.

  • Carillion collapse spurs IoD to call for new directors' watchdog
    Sky News13 days ago

    Carillion collapse spurs IoD to call for new directors' watchdog

    A new body that would police the directors of major companies‎ and have powers to recommend that they be 'struck off' should be established to help rebuild public trust in business, the bosses' union has told MPs (BSE: MPSLTD.BO - news) . Sky News has obtained a submission drawn up by the Institute of Directors (IoD) in response to a report by two parliamentary select committees about the collapse of Carillion (Frankfurt: 924047 - news) . In the document, which is due to be published on Friday, the IoD calls for the creation of a code of conduct for directors, which board members of companies above an unspecified threshold would be required to sign up to.

  • Davis 'tells May customs plan is unworkable' on eve of crunch Brexit meeting
    Sky News13 days ago

    Davis 'tells May customs plan is unworkable' on eve of crunch Brexit meeting

    David Davis has told Theresa May that her plan to try and bring her warring cabinet together on Brexit is "unworkable", according to a report. On the eve of a crunch meeting of ministers intended to agree a united front on Britain's EU exit, the Brexit secretary has reportedly written to the prime minister and set out his opposition to her so-called "third way" on customs. Mrs May came up with the plan in a bid to solve the thorny issue of Britain's post-Brexit customs system, after two previous options provoked opposition from different factions of her top team.

  • Sainsbury's sales growth eases in 'competitive' market
    Sky News14 days ago

    Sainsbury's sales growth eases in 'competitive' market

    Sainsbury (Amsterdam: SJ6.AS - news) 's has reported a slowdown in sales growth but says it has the "right strategy in place" in a competitive market. The country's second-largest supermarket chain said like-for-like sales were up 0.2% in its first quarter to the end of June. There has already been evidence of a boost to the grocery sector from the Royal Wedding in May and hot early summer weather following a torrid period for the high street particularly.

  • Fuel and alcohol duty freeze to be lifted to help fund NHS boost
    Sky News14 days ago

    Fuel and alcohol duty freeze to be lifted to help fund NHS boost

    The government plans to lift its fuel and alcohol duty freezes to boost NHS funding, according to senior government sources. Theresa May and Chancellor Philip Hammond want to scrap the duty freezes in an effort to find £20bn of extra investment for the health service a year by 2023 - a promise made by Theresa May last month as a "70th birthday present" for the NHS. Fuel duty, which has been frozen for eight years, could raise £800m more for the Treasury next year when linked to inflation, sources told The Guardian.

  • Facebook gave 61 firms extended access to user data
    Sky News15 days ago

    Facebook gave 61 firms extended access to user data

    Facebook (NasdaqGS: FB - news) gave 61 businesses including Nike (Sao Paolo: NIKE34.SA - news) , Spotify, and delivery firm UPS special access to its users' data, it has emerged. The revelation about the extended access was made in a written submission the company filed to US Congress as part of an inquiry into how it handles data. It contradicts the company's previous statements that data sharing had been closed down in 2014.

  • MPs request Bank and Treasury Brexit analysis
    Sky News15 days ago

    MPs request Bank and Treasury Brexit analysis

    The Treasury and Bank of England have been asked to draw up analysis of the impact of any Brexit deal struck with the UK. The Commons Treasury select committee said it had also requested research from the Financial Conduct Authority on the potential impact of the withdrawal agreement and future framework. Treasury committee chairwoman Nicky Morgan said MPs (BSE: MPSLTD.BO - news) should be "properly informed" before the promised parliamentary vote on the deal.

  • Firms 'reaching breaking point' over Brexit - BCC
    Sky News15 days ago

    Firms 'reaching breaking point' over Brexit - BCC

    Theresa May is being warned that businesses are running out of patience on the lack of Brexit clarity, more than two years after the vote to leave the EU. The British Chambers of Commerce (BCC (Shenzhen: 002455.SZ - news) ) urged politicians to cast aside "squabbling" and work in the national economic interest to remove uncertainty over tax, tariffs, customs and regulation. The lobby group intervened in the debate as the PM prepares to host a key cabinet Brexit meeting at Chequers on Friday at which key negotiating positions are expected to be agreed.

  • Theresa May asks Treasury for Brexit analysis
    Sky News16 days ago

    Theresa May asks Treasury for Brexit analysis

    Prime Minister Theresa May has asked the Treasury and Bank of England to draw up analysis of the impact of any Brexit deal struck with the UK. The Commons Treasury select committee has also requested research from the Financial Conduct Authority on the potential impact of the withdrawal agreement and future framework. Treasury Committee chairwoman Nicky Morgan said MPs (BSE: MPSLTD.BO - news) should be "properly informed" before the promised parliamentary vote on the deal.

  • FCA 'looking into' Carillion insider dealing claim
    Sky News20 days ago

    FCA 'looking into' Carillion insider dealing claim

    The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is "looking into" claims of insider dealing at Carillion (Frankfurt: 924047 - news) ahead of the now-collapsed construction firm's first profit warning in July last year. The revelation was made in correspondence between the regulator and the chair of the work and pensions select committee, Frank Field, who subsequently made the detail public. Carillion had announced on 3 January - less than two weeks before its collapse - that the FCA was examining the "timeliness and content" of announcements the company had made between 7 December 2016 and 10 July 2017.

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