|Bid||0.00 x 43800|
|Ask||0.00 x 1800|
|Day's range||3,366.00 - 3,516.00|
|52-week range||1,710.00 - 3,540.00|
|PE ratio (TTM)||42.02|
|Earnings date||6 Mar 2018 - 9 Mar 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.08 (0.42%)|
|1y target est||50.88|
British shares stumbled on Monday as strength in the pound weighed, while gambling companies suffered double-digit falls as fears of a government clampdown weighed on that sector. Shares in William Hill ...
NMC Health (LSE: NMC.L - news) has made two acquisitions worth $207 million, the London-listed and United Arab Emirates-based healthcare provider said on Monday. NMC (Brussels: BE0035966762.BR - news) acquired a 70 percent stake in UAE-based CosmeSurge for $170 million and an 80 percent stake in Saudi Arabia’s Al Salam Medical Group for $37 million, the company said in a bourse filing. The cash acquisition of CosmeSurge, which provides cosmetic surgery and aesthetic medicine, is expected to be completed during first quarter of 2018.
DUBAI, Dec (Shanghai: 600875.SS - news) 27 (Reuters) - A Saudi Arabian businessman whose family's commercial empire is involved in a multi-billion dollar debt dispute has been released from detention in the kingdom's Eastern Province, according to sources familiar with the matter. Abdulaziz al-Sanea's release comes as the government steps up efforts to find a company to run a struggling 750-bed hospital owned by his family, a search that has turned the spotlight on the kingdom's effort to bring overseas investors into the healthcare sector. Al-Sanea was freed late last week after being detained in October for unpaid debts, related at least in part to the hospital, according to the sources.
DUBAI/KHOBAR (Reuters) - London-listed NMC Healthcare (NMC.L) is in talks with the Riyadh government to take over the running of a struggling Saudi hospital, according to four sources familiar with the matter. A deal for the Saad Specialist Hospital in Khobar, one of the top cancer treatment facilities in the Gulf, would be a rare instance of a foreign group operating a Saudi hospital. It would be a test of Riyadh's plan to bring overseas investors into the healthcare sector under a reform drive, led by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, aimed at restructuring the kingdom's economy and reducing its dependence on oil revenue.
United Arab Emirates-based hospital operator NMC Healthcare (NMC.L) has $800 million (597.91 million pounds) available to start investing in 2018 in the Gulf and other markets, its chief executive told Reuters in an interview. The London-listed firm, which is among the beneficiaries from recent growth in the Gulf's healthcare sector, plans to acquire hospitals and other facilities, as well as smaller investments in In-Vitro Fertilisation (IVF) facilities in Europe, said Prasanth Manghat.
DUBAI, Dec (Shanghai: 600875.SS - news) 19 (Reuters) - United Arab Emirates-based hospital operator NMC Healthcare has $800 million available to start investing in 2018 in the Gulf and other markets, its chief executive told Reuters in an interview. The London-listed firm, which is among the beneficiaries from recent growth in the Gulf's healthcare sector, plans to acquire hospitals and other facilities, as well as smaller investments in In-Vitro Fertilisation (IVF) facilities in Europe, said Prasanth Manghat.
Want to buy some shares in an Abu Dhabi-based hospital and healthcare centre operator? Well, if any element of your ISA, life policy or pension tracks the FTSE 100, you will shortly be a shareholder in such an entity. Well, it's actually quite an inspiring story which began in 1973, when Bavaguthu Raghuram Shetty arrived in Abu Dhabi from India with just $8 in his pocket having qualified in pharmacy.
Royal Mail (LSE: RMG.L - news) is to be relegated from the FTSE 100 nearly four years after its controversial privatisation. Shares (Berlin: DI6.BE - news) in the delivery business have fallen more than 15% so far this year as it faces a cocktail of headaches including declining letter volumes and rumblings of industrial action. An official stock market review means that, together with troubled doorstep lender Provident Financial (Other OTC: FPLPF - news) , it will drop into the FTSE 250 Index after close of trading on 15 September.
A sharp fall for advertiser WPP was offset on the British market on Wednesday by gains in mining shares, which extended a strong run, and a buoyant health sector. The FTSE 100 ended flat at 7,382.65 points. ...
NMC Health, the London-listed and United Arab Emirates-based healthcare provider, said on Saturday its shareholder Centurion Investments had raised its stake in NMC by 4.9 percent. Centurion Investments ...
UAE-based Indian billionaire B. R. Shetty, who has interests in healthcare and finance, said on Sunday that he expects to make $1 billion in revenue from his first foray into the film-making business - an adaptation of the epic Sanskrit poem the Mahabharata. Shetty, joint non-executive chairman of London-listed NMC (Brussels: BE0035966762.BR - news) Health, announced in April he was investing $150 million in the film franchise, which is set to be India's most expensive film. Shetty, who is producer of the project and V. A. Shrikumar Menon, the director, on Sunday spoke with reporters about their plans, which will involve two films of just under six hours in total.
United Arab Emirates-based hospital operator NMC Health (LSE: NMC.L - news) plans to expand in Gulf markets with a debut bond issue to fund acquisitions, its new chief executive said on Monday. NMC (Brussels: BE0035966762.BR - news) is among the beneficiaries from substantial growth in the Gulf's healthcare sector as an increasingly wealthy population becomes more susceptible to lifestyle diseases such as diabetes and obesity.
United Arab Emirates-based healthcare provider NMC Health has appointed deputy Chief Executive Prasanth Manghat as CEO, replacing BR Shetty, it said on Wednesday. London-listed NMC Health, an integrated ...
International healthcare operator Mediclinic is lobbying the Abu Dhabi government to rethink a change in medical insurance rules that has damaged its business after it bet big on acquiring Al Noor Hospitals, its regional CEO told Reuters. At least two other healthcare companies operating in Abu Dhabi are also in talks with authorities, seeking a reversal or amendment to the reform that reduces state insurance coverage for citizens using private hospitals, according to two industry sources who declined to be named due to the sensitivity of the matter. Abu Dhabi has cut insurance coverage under its Thiqa plan to 80 percent from 100 percent, meaning patients have to pay 20 percent of bills if they seek treatment at private hospitals.