|Bid||275.00 x 32300|
|Ask||0.00 x 136000|
|Day's range||301.60 - 307.60|
|52-week range||235.40 - 327.60|
|PE ratio (TTM)||21.40|
|Earnings date||30 Jul 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.07 (2.34%)|
|1y target est||307.00|
British Prime Minister Theresa May won the support of senior ministers and an endorsement from Europe's most powerful leader, Angela Merkel, on Tuesday, surviving the explosive resignations of two top cabinet members in protest at her Brexit plans. May's government was rattled on Monday by the departures of foreign minister Boris Johnson - the face of Brexit for many - and her chief Brexit negotiator David Davis.
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Prime Minister Theresa May will not face any ministerial resignations over disagreements over a failsafe policy to prevent a hard border on the island of Ireland, the BBC's political editor said on Thursday. ...
The British government's plan to build a new runway at London's Heathrow Airport faces a potential new challenge as the opposition Labour party has indicated that its members may vote against it. Senior (Other OTC: SNIRF - news) ministers backed plans for a new runway at Heathrow on Tuesday, opening the way for a parliamentary vote within the next few weeks, following decades of delays. A spokesman for Labour said on Wednesday that the party's initial response was that the government's policy did not meet its four tests on addressing noise issues, protecting air quality, supporting growth across the country and not breaching the UK's climate change obligations.
March 13 (Reuters) - Senior Plc: * ANNOUNCES NEW MALAYSIAN AEROSPACE FACILITY * NEW FACILITY WILL COMPLEMENT SENIOR AEROSPACE UPECA'S EXISTING FACILITY AND WILL BE DEVELOPED BY AXIS REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT ...
Dec 13 (Reuters) - Senior Plc: * MULTI-YEAR SPIRIT AEROSYSTEMS CONTRACT * UNIT SENIOR AEROSPACE UPECA (MALAYSIA) SECURES FIVE-YEAR CONTRACT WITH SPIRIT AEROSYSTEMS Source text for Eikon: Further company ...
Banks in London are preparing to move hundreds of thousands of contracts they expect to be rendered invalid by Brexit to continental Europe, in a process known as "repapering", marking a major step in their adjustment plans. The Bank of England has said that 6 million insurance policyholders in Britain could be affected by the country's planned exit from the European Union in early 2019, along with trillions of pounds of derivatives deals. "We have over 100,000 transactions at present with the EU," John McFarlane, Chairman of Barclays (LSE: BARC.L - news) , told a parliamentary committee hearing this week.
King, whose career in the defence sector has spanned more than 40 years, will take over as chairman from Charles Berry when he retires in April. While Britain faces budgetary pressure in its defence market, U.S. President Donald Trump has pledged an "historic" increase in defence spending.
Ian King, the CEO of defence group BAE Systems for almost a decade, will become chairman of Senior Plc (Other OTC: SNIRF - news) next year, as the British engineer prepares for an expected pick up of demand at its main aerospace, trucks and energy businesses. King, whose career in the defence sector has spanned more than 40 years, will take over as chairman from Charles Berry when he retires in April.
Financial Times' journalists could strike over the gender pay gap at the newspaper amid fury that female journalists are being paid 13% less than male colleagues. Sky News has learnt the FT's union has called a meeting on Wednesday after concluding senior managers were not taking the lack of pay parity and pay transparency at the newspaper "seriously enough". "The gender pay gap in FT Editorial is nearly 13% - the biggest shortfall in a decade - and the company's 'ambition' to reach equality by 2022 is worse than the BBC's present target of 2020," said Steve Bird, father of the FT's National Union of Journalists chapel, in an email to 600 staff.
Britain's markets watchdog has proposed rolling out banker accountability rules to thousands of staff in other parts of the financial sector a decade after taxpayer bailouts and market rigging scandals saw only a few individuals punished. The Senior Managers Regime or SMR was introduced for top bankers in March 2016 to try to improve behaviour after banks were hit with hefty fines for trying to rig the Libor interest rate benchmark and currencies. No other country has introduced such detailed and wide-ranging accountability rules.