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Serco Group plc (SRP.L)

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146.23-1.57 (-0.88%)
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Previous close147.80
Bid144.00 x 1189900
Ask0.00 x 165000
Day's range144.80 - 148.10
52-week range75.93 - 151.10
Avg. volume2,689,071
Market cap1.59B
PE ratio (TTM)-10,445.28
Earnings dateN/A
Dividend & yield0.00 (0.00%)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target estN/A
  • Telegraph6 days ago

    Serco shows renewed health as turnaround plan lifts profits and cuts debt

    Serco shows renewed health as turnaround plan lifts profits and cuts debt

  • Reuters - UK Focus10 days ago

    Workers at UK's Atomic Weapons Establishment to strike over pensions

    Workers at Britain's Atomic Weapons Establishment (AWE), which provides and maintains the country's nuclear warheads, will stage two 48-hour strikes in coming weeks in a dispute over their pensions, the Unite labour union said on Thursday. AWE, which is jointly owned by U.S. firms Jacobs Engineering (NYSE: JEC - news) Group and Lockheed Martin (Swiss: LMT.SW - news) and British support services group Serco, supports Trident (BSE: TRIDENT.BO - news) , Britain's submarine-based nuclear deterrent programme, under contract to the Ministry of Defence. "Unite members feel 'deeply betrayed' as promises made a quarter of a century ago guaranteeing their pensions, when they were transferred from the Ministry of Defence to the private sector, have been broken," the union said in a statement.

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    Britain extends G4S, Serco asylum-seeker contracts to 2019

    LONDON, Dec (Shanghai: 600875.SS - news) 8 (Reuters) - Britain extended by two years a contract with G4S (Copenhagen: G4S.CO - news) and Serco to provide asylum-seekers with accommodation and said it would provide extra funds to improve standards and widen the areas in which asylum-seekers are housed. The budget boost follows criticism of the so-called Compass contracts over the standards of property and the time taken to acquire housing for asylum-seekers. In January, asylum seekers in the northern English town of Middlesbrough said they were suffering abuse because they had been housed in properties run by a G4S sub-contractor that almost all had red front doors, making them easy targets.