|Bid||1,332.50 x 0|
|Ask||1,334.00 x 0|
|Day's range||1,321.55 - 1,361.00|
|52-week range||560.40 - 1,387.50|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||-0.32|
|PE ratio (TTM)||9.90|
|Earnings date||12 Feb 2020|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.50 (3.81%)|
|Ex-dividend date||27 Feb 2020|
|1y target est||24.27|
UKOG shares appear to offer a poor risk/reward profile compared to these FTSE 250 dividend growth stocks, which are reporting record demand, according to Rupert Hargreaves.The post UKOG shares? I’d rather buy these FTSE 250 dividend growth stocks appeared first on The Motley Fool UK.
Kyle Dennis took a leap of faith and decided to invest his savings of $15K in the stock market — $2.8M later, he owes his success to these strategies
There's an exclusive group of companies in the stock market that stand out because they've got what billionaire investor Warren Buffett calls economic moats. L...
Are you looking to grab some top growth stocks at low prices? These FTSE 250 heroes could be just what you're looking for, says Royston Wild.The post 2 cheap FTSE 250 growth stocks I think will make you richer in 2020 (and beyond) appeared first on The Motley Fool UK.
Unlike many of its peers who act as go-betweens for customers to make bets on financial markets against other institutions and traders, Plus500 makes markets for its customers. Over time, it expects the trading results to have a neutral effect on its business, Plus500 said, while declining to specify which asset classes or traders were involved in the losses. The company, one of the easy access mobile trading platforms which allow customers to make leveraged bets on financial markets from oil to currencies, has added 100,000 new customers in the second quarter.
If, as an investor, you’re only looking at sales and earnings growth, there's a chance that a vital question is not being asked: how is that growth being funde...
FTSE 250 (INDEXFTSE:MCX) stock Plus500's share price has been rising steadily since the March market crash. Can it continue this bullish run? The post FTSE 250 stock up 77% since the market crash: can the Plus500 share price rise continue? appeared first on The Motley Fool UK.
Today we'll take a closer look at Plus500 Ltd. (LON:PLUS) from a dividend investor's perspective. Owning a strong...
Given the present disruption and volatility in the stock market, it is more important than ever to identify high quality stocks for your portfolio. That means...
Economic shockwaves caused by Covid-19 have plunged stock markets into turmoil, but some shares are better able to absorb this volatility than others - and Plu8230;
Chief Operating Officer David Zruia will assume the role of interim CEO until a successor is appointed, the company said. While online trading platforms were slammed by the tough trading rules introduced since 2018, this year has been remarkable in terms of trading volumes as a coronavirus-led selloff in financial markets and the oil price crash have driven up volatility.
Plus500 (LON:PLUS) shares have had a really impressive month, gaining 44%, after some slippage. Zooming out, the...
Those following along with Plus500 Ltd. (LON:PLUS) will no doubt be intrigued by the recent purchase of shares by Alon...
Given the current volatility investors face, it is more important than ever to identify high quality stocks over speculative ones with weak fundamentals. This8230;
A Maryland multimillionaire says the biggest legal transfer of wealth in American history has just gotten underway—here’s #1 step you must take.
The CBOE Volatility Index <.VIX>, widely considered to be Wall Street's fear gauge, scaled a two-year high in the last session as U.S. indexes confirmed their entry into correction territory, with investors dumping riskier assets amid fears of a pandemic. Plus500, which facilitates trading of contracts for differences (CFDs) internationally, pointed to "heightened volumes of trading across global financial markets" in the recent period, without disclosing the time frame. The positive trading update is just weeks after the company posted a plunge in 2019 profit as a regulatory clampdown on high-risk financial market betting hampered trading activity.
Plus500 Ltd. (LON:PLUS) is about to trade ex-dividend in the next 4 days. Investors can purchase shares before the...
Shares in Plus500, which have slumped 35% in 2019, climbed 3.5% to 883.4 pence by 0802 GMT. Plus500 and its rivals CMC Markets and IG Group have seen a drop in client numbers as regulators in Britain and the European Union tightened rules on the sale of certain high-risk financial products to amateur traders. "We finished the year in good financial and operational shape following a period of change for the industry, which has provided a more certain regulatory outlook for Plus500," Chief Executive Officer Asaf Elimelech said in a statement.
Plus500 Ltd. (LON:PLUS) shareholders (or potential shareholders) will be happy to see that the Senior Strategy...
British online trading firm CMC Markets Plc said on Thursday it expects its full-year results will top analysts' forecasts as it bounces back after being hit by regulatory changes in the industry. Shares in CMC briefly jumped more than 7% after the company said its net operating income and pretax profit for the year ending next March would slightly exceed analysts' highest estimates. CMC and rivals Plus500 Ltd and IG Group lost clients after regulators in Europe and Britain tightened online trading rules last year, but their recent trading updates have signalled the situation has stabilised.
Shares in CMC briefly jumped more than 7% after the company said its net operating income and pretax profit for the year ending next March would slightly exceed analysts' highest estimates. CMC and rivals Plus500 Ltd <PLUSP.L> and IG Group <IGG.L> lost clients after regulators in Europe and Britain tightened online trading rules last year, but their recent trading updates have signalled the situation has stabilised. Australia is now set to follow, and has proposed a ban on the sale of binary options to retail clients, and restrictions on the sale of Contracts for Differences (CFDs) among other products, CMC said in its results statement.
London's FTSE 100 tumbled to a six-month low as China's warning to counter the latest U.S. tariffs fanned trade tensions, while the more domestically focused midcap index fared better in comparison, amid investors' hopes of averting a no-deal Brexit. The FTSE 100 index shed 1.1%, lagging its European peers, with losses led by oil majors and financial stocks.
The FTSE 100 <.FTSE>, which had started off the session in the red amid Hong Kong protests and the U.S.-China trade worries, ended 0.3% higher. The midcap index <.FTMC> rose 0.5%. The United States delayed imposing a 10% import tariff on laptops, cell phones, video game consoles and some other products made in China that had been scheduled to start next month, in an abrupt pull-back from a hardline stance on Chinese trade.
Online financial trading platform Plus500's shares jumped 20% on Tuesday, boosted by a new share buyback plan and solid new customer additions. Plus500, whose shares have been pummelled in recent months by a collapse in revenue due to lower market volatility and a European clampdown on highly leveraged betting, said it was on track to meet expectations for 2019. It said it planned to buy back of up to $50 million of its shares and also revised its distribution policy to return 60% of net profit to shareholders, with half of that through dividends.