|Bid||48.25 x 705500|
|Ask||0.00 x 3000000|
|Day's range||49.25 - 50.00|
|52-week range||26.13 - 53.42|
|PE ratio (TTM)||17.07|
|Earnings date||16 Nov 2017 - 20 Nov 2017|
|Dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||40.00|
LONDON, Oct (Shenzhen: 000069.SZ - news) 6 (Reuters) - Record (LSE: REC.L - news) high world stocks fell for the first time in eight days on Friday, as jitters about Catalonia's push to separate from Spain returned to Europe and bets on higher U.S. interest rates sent the dollar to its highest since mid August. Traders were preparing for their monthly installment of U.S jobs data but there was too much movement in Europe to allow the normal pre-payrolls lull in market activity. Spanish stocks and bond prices, which had rallied on Thursday, were sent tumbling back again as a Catalonian official said the region's parliament would meet on Monday in defiance of a ruling by Spain's constitutional court.
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe rose to power on a mission to kick-start Japan's once-booming economy with a policy blitz known as "Abenomics," a combination of big government spending, ultra-loose ...
Record (LSE: REC.L - news) -high world stocks paused on Tuesday and the dollar dipped, as investors waited for signals from the Federal Reserve on when it will start shrinking its balance sheet and nudge up U.S. interest rates again. Tokyo's Nikkei had surged 2 percent overnight having been closed on Monday when Wall Street and MSCI (Frankfurt: 3HM.F - news) 's 47-country All World index hit fresh all-time peaks, but elsewhere bourses seemed ready for a breather. S&P 500 and Dow futures pointed to a fractionally higher start in New York as a small rise from London's FTSE helped Europe claw back to flat, having spent the morning in and out of the red.
There has been a dramatic drop in the number of Cash ISAs being opened and in the amount saved in the wake of the Brexit vote. It represents a reduction of 33% on the previous tax year, HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) said, at a time when other data has shown household saving rates hitting all-time lows during 2017 as prices rise at a higher rate than wages. Financial analysts blamed the introduction of the personal savings allowance last year, which allows basic rate taxpayers to earn £1,000 of savings without paying any tax (£500 for higher rate taxpayers).
Airline stocks have faced a day of turbulence after Ryanair said it was expecting further cuts in fares on the horizon - stoking fears of a price war across the sector. The no-frills airline - Europe's largest by passenger numbers - raised the prospect of cheaper fares while posting a 55% jump in first-quarter profits compared to the same period last year.
Ryanair has warned that Brexit could cause it to cancel flights and move its planes out of the UK unless a new aviation deal with the EU is struck. The budget airline posted a 55% jump in first-quarter profits, compared to the same period last year.
New Zealand lifted the America's Cup on Monday, almost white-washing the U.S. holders with a revolutionary boat and a new superstar sailor avenging a humbling defeat four years ago. Emirates Team New Zealand claimed international sport's oldest trophy with a stunning 7-1 victory in Bermuda's Great Sound, with 26-year-old Peter Burling becoming the youngest helmsman to secure sailing's biggest prize.
Italy's Luna Rossa has been chosen as the Challenger of Record (LSE: REC.L - news) for the 36th America's Cup, Team New Zealand said after winning this year's edition by beating the U.S. holders 7-1. "The Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron... has accepted a challenge from Circolo della Vela Sicilia which was received immediately upon the victory of Emirates Team New Zealand in the last race of the 35th America's Cup," it said in a statement. "As the first challenger, CVS will be the Challenger of Record for the 36th America's Cup and its representative team will be Luna Rossa Challenge.
Although there is no Italian America's Cup team in Bermuda after Luna Rossa withdrew in anger over a rule change, Italy is having an impact on the final and could influence the cup's future. When Prada boss Patrizio Bertelli pulled the team backed by the Italian luxury goods group out of the competition in April 2015, he offered key members of his team to help Emirates Team New Zealand, which is now challenging Oracle Team USA. As the holder of the "Auld Mug", the U.S. team gets to decide the rules, and the decision to change the specifications of the boats stirred the already bad blood with the Italians, who called the change an "abrupt and unacceptable imposition".
Oil prices settled higher on Thursday, as key producing countries suggested they would extend supply cuts to reduce an ongoing global crude glut. Brent crude settled up 30 cents at $52.51 a barrel, or ...
The U.S. bond market's gauges on inflation expectations rebounded on Thursday from their lowest levels since November on sizzling investor demand at an $11 billion auction of 10-year Treasury Inflation ...
Oil prices rose on Thursday in a volatile session on growing signs that key oil producers will adhere to production cuts at next week's OPEC meeting amidst a persistent global glut. Brent crude rose 30 cents a barrel to $52.51 by 11:30 a.m. EDT (1530 GMT).
Financial market volatility has slumped to historic lows despite a world full of political and policy uncertainty, a phenomenon investors expect will remain until the business cycle turns and economic growth falters. Such ultra-low volatility worries investors because the last times it was so low -- in 1993-94 and 2006-07 -- major market dislocations soon followed, respectively, the U.S. bond market rout of 1994 and the global financial crisis of 2008. This time, volatility has been crushed despite the proliferation of political risks from the global rise of nativism and protectionism, Brexit, and the election of U.S. President Donald Trump, all of which were meant to undermine market stability.
The pound inched higher on Friday, a week of generally upbeat business sentiment surveys pushing it towards recent seven-month highs close to $1.30, as Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservatives made strong gains in local elections. Sterling has surged around 3.5 percent against the dollar since May announced surprise national parliamentary elections two weeks ago, read by markets as a move that will strengthen her hand in Brexit talks over the next 18 months. Record (LSE: REC.L - news) bets against the currency made by hedge funds and other speculative investors since last June's Brexit referendum seem to have topped out, encouraging many to cash in by buying back the pound.
U.S. stocks turned negative on Wednesday afternoon after meeting minutes showed that the Federal Reserve sees a change in its bond investment policy later this year, which reversed a rally after a strong ...