|Bid||610.00 x 520900|
|Ask||648.00 x 91100|
|Day's range||634.00 - 643.50|
|52-week range||552.00 - 884.00|
|PE ratio (TTM)||-2.24|
|Earnings date||4 Aug 2017|
|Dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||644.11|
One of the UK's biggest listed companies is facing the humiliating prospect of a shareholder outcry over a revised executive pay scheme less than four months after being forced to scrap a previous set of proposals. Sky News has learnt that Safestore Holdings (LSE: SAFE.L - news) , the FTSE 250 self-storage company, could become the first big company to see a binding vote on its future pay policy effectively defeated twice by shareholders. Safestore is due to hold a special meeting next week to secure support for a new remuneration policy and long-term incentive plan.
Dear Mum, I'm sorry this letter is so long. I didn't have time to write a short one. This is the essential paradox of productivity, and why it is so hard to measure. It's easy to count the output of widgets ...
A run higher for energy shares and miners, as well as strong updates from Norwegian lender DNB, and a more dovish tone from U.S. Federal Reserve Chief Yellen, helped drive European shares up on Wednesday, though renewed pain for publisher Pearson weighed on the media sector. European shares made early gains and were given a second wind in afternoon trading when Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen dampened expectations of more than one interest rate hike this year.