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Deliveroo plc (ROO.L)

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113.00+3.20 (+2.91%)
At close: 04:35PM GMT
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Previous close109.80
Open112.00
Bid112.40 x N/A
Ask158.00 x N/A
Day's range109.50 - 113.60
52-week range82.00 - 149.40
Volume1,329,604
Avg. volume3,766,920
Market cap1.866B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.41
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-0.10
Earnings date14 Mar 2024
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target est154.58
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  • Reuters

    UPDATE 2-Europe's bid to boost gig workers' rights fails again

    Europe's attempt to give workers at Uber, Deliveroo and other online platforms more social and labour rights failed a second time after France and three other countries abstained from voting on the watered-down political deal. Belgium, the current holder of the rotating EU presidency, is unlikely to muster enough support for yet another attempt, especially as the European Parliament which has to endorse a final deal, gradually winds down ahead of elections in June. Still, it was doubtful whether the weaker provisional agreement would have benefited gig workers as it stripped out key criteria determining whether a worker was an employee, in effect maintaining the status quo which is currently based on national laws and court rulings.

  • Reuters

    Europe's bid to boost gig workers' rights fails again

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) -Europe's attempt to give workers at Uber, Deliveroo and other online platforms more social and labour rights failed a second time after France and three other countries abstained from voting on the watered-down political deal. Belgium, the current holder of the rotating EU presidency, is unlikely to muster enough support for yet another attempt, especially as the European Parliament which has to endorse a final deal, gradually winds down ahead of elections in June. Still, it was doubtful whether the weaker provisional agreement would have benefited gig workers as it stripped out key criteria determining whether a worker was an employee, in effect maintaining the status quo which is currently based on national laws and court rulings.