|Bid||370.30 x 0|
|Ask||370.40 x 0|
|Day's range||361.30 - 371.40|
|52-week range||286.20 - 492.00|
|Beta (3Y monthly)||1.42|
|PE ratio (TTM)||17.85|
|Earnings date||5 Dec 2019|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.16 (4.40%)|
|1y target est||497.76|
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London-listed stocks most exposed to the British economy fell as investors worried the country was heading for a chaotic no-deal exit from the European Union or an early national election, while global growth concerns also persisted. It is relatively rare for the export-heavy FTSE 100 to move in lockstep with sterling, but losses in companies more exposed to the domestic economy, such as banks and housebuilders, offset gains in big internationally focused firms. The index was down 0.2% after climbing initially on sterling's fall to a three-year low, underscoring deepening concerns about the fall-out across the economy from a no-deal Brexit and the possibility of another election.
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London's main index inched up on Monday as rises in banking shares outweighed the impact of a profit alert from Germany's Lufthansa on airlines, while UK contractor Kier Group skidded to an all-time low. Both the FTSE 100 index and the FTSE 250 midcap index ended 0.2% higher.
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ATLANTA, June 14, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- DS Smith plc (LON:SMDS), a leading provider of sustainable packaging, today announces its further expansion in North America with the opening of its new headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia. The company's momentum and leadership in environmental and sustainability stewardship in Europe offers a launchpad for its expansion in North America, and comes at a time when consumers seek more options for sustainable packaging.
Britain's mid-cap index slipped on Thursday as Boris Johnson, a prominent Brexiteer, emerged as the clear favourite to succeed Theresa May as Prime Minister after the first round of a ballot of Conservative lawmakers. The FTSE 250 fell 0.4%, its worst day in more than a week.
The company, which makes corrugated cardboard, recycled paper and plastic packaging, posted a 31% rise in full-year adjusted pretax profit, but said box volumes growth slowed due to previously flagged weakness in certain export markets during the second half of the year. DS Smith, which bought Spanish rival Europac for 1.9 billion euros ($2.15 billion) last year, also raised its savings target from the deal to 70 million euros ($79.1 million) from 50 million euros. DS Smith supplies packaging products to companies including Amazon.com Inc, British fashion chain Next Plc and brands such as Aldi, Tesco Plc, Primark, Auchan and IKEA.