SRP.L - Serco Group plc

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
122.90
+0.90 (+0.74%)
At close: 4:35PM BST
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Previous close122.00
Open123.10
Bid123.10 x 1189900
Ask123.30 x 165000
Day's range122.20 - 124.40
52-week range83.60 - 138.30
Volume841,971
Avg. volume2,260,636
Market cap1.363B
Beta (3Y monthly)0.97
PE ratio (TTM)20.48
EPS (TTM)6.00
Earnings date31 Jul 2019
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend date2014-09-03
1y target est106.42
  • A Closer Look At Serco Group plc's (LON:SRP) Impressive ROE
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  • What Investors Should Know About Serco Group plc's (LON:SRP) Financial Strength
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  • Reuters2 months ago

    Serco extends contract with Dubai Metro for up to $185 million

    Under the contract with the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA), the company will maintain and operate the Red line of the Dubai Metro till September 2021. Serco first began providing its services to the Dubai Metro in 2009. A run of recent contract wins had led the British outsourcer to raise its 2019 profit and revenue forecasts in February, marking a bright spot in a troubled outsourcing sector in Britain which is grappling with Brexit related uncertainties.

  • Does Serco Group plc (LON:SRP) Create Value For Shareholders?
    Simply Wall St.3 months ago

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  • Reuters3 months ago

    Serco is on 'rubble-watch' amid UK outsourcing distress - CEO

    EDINBURGH (Reuters) - Serco's Chief Executive Rupert Soames said on Thursday the company was "watchful" to see whether there were any opportunities arising from rivals' distress in UK outsourcing. ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    Serco is on "rubble-watch" amid UK outsourcing distress-CEO

    Serco's Chief Executive Rupert Soames said on Thursday the company was "watchful" to see whether there were any opportunities arising from rivals' distress in UK outsourcing. "We are distinctly ...

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Serco swims against outsourcing tide with bright 2019 outlook

    Britain's Serco raised its 2019 profit and revenue forecasts on Thursday, buoyed by a run of recent contract wins that mark a bright spot in a troubled outsourcing sector beset by what CEO Rupert Soames called "the fog of Brexit". Under Soames, a grandson of British wartime prime minister Winston Churchill, Serco is at the tail end of restructuring and has focused on winning business abroad and cutting costs.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    Serco expects 2019 revenue rebound helped by foreign growth

    British outsourcing firm Serco raised its 2019 profit and revenue forecasts on Thursday buoyed by a run of recent contract wins despite what CEO Rupert Soames called "the fog of Brexit". It expects ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    Outsourcer Serco lifts outlook as 2018 marks positive turning point

    Britain's Serco raised its revenue and profit expectations for 2019 after a run of recent contract wins, aiming to outpace a sluggish outsourcing sector dogged by what its chief executive called "the ...

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Britain to tackle doubts about outsourcing risks with new guidelines

    Britain's government will take measures to identify and reduce risks taken by private firms that provide public services, it will say on Wednesday, in a bid to encourage companies that have become increasingly wary of taking on new government business. Britain, which hires private firms to run parts of its health service, schools, prisons and public transport, has been rethinking how it awards contracts after the collapse of contractor Carillion just over a year ago. "A more considered approach to risk allocation will make us a smarter, more attractive client to do business with," cabinet office minister Oliver Dowden will tell business leaders at the Confederation of British Industry on Wednesday.

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Too little too late? No-deal Brexit planning shakes service suppliers

    From Britain's hospitals and schools to its prisons and armed forces, firms supplying essential public services have been asked by the government to outline plans for a no-deal Brexit. "The government has written to some of us asking us 'what are you doing in preparation for a no-deal?' - which is timely, at eight weeks to go," one industry source told Reuters, speaking on condition of anonymity. Private firms including Babcock, Capita, Serco, G4S, Mitie and Compass play a central role in providing Britain's public services, which means they have to procure medicines, toiletries, food, spare parts and labour, much of which come from the EU.

  • Reuters4 months ago

    British outsourcing market shrank by more than a quarter in 2018 - ISG

    The British outsourcing market shrank 27 percent to 2.5 billion euros (£2.2 billion) in 2018, weighed down by uncertainty around the nation's decision to leave the European Union, research firm Information Services Group (ISG) said on Friday. In Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) traditional business services contracted out to the sector, providing work for companies such as Capita, Serco and Mitie, rose 9 percent year-on-year however to 12.9 billion euros in 2018. Within that, traditional services which do not require cloud computing shrank 6 percent but other services which do expanded by almost half to 4.9 billion euros, the research found.

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 months ago

    British outsourcing market shrank by more than a quarter in 2018 -ISG

    The British outsourcing market shrank 27 percent to 2.5 billion euros ($2.85 billion) in 2018, weighed down by uncertainty around the nation's decision to leave the European Union, research firm Information Services (NasdaqGM: III - news) Group (ISG (LSE: 3366.L - news) ) said on Friday. In Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) traditional business services contracted out to the sector, providing work for companies such as Capita (LSE: CPI.L - news) , Serco and Mitie , rose 9 percent year-on-year however to 12.9 billion euros in 2018. Within that, traditional services which do not require cloud computing shrank 6 percent but other services which do expanded by almost half to 4.9 billion euros, the research found.

  • Serco, Mears win £2.9 billion refugee housing contracts in Britain
    Reuters4 months ago

    Serco, Mears win £2.9 billion refugee housing contracts in Britain

    Valued at 1.9 billion pounds for Serco and 1 billion pounds for Mears, the 10-year contracts were awarded by Britain's Home Office Visas and Immigration department under the Asylum Accommodation and Support Services Contract (AASC). Shares in Serco were up 6.5 percent at 108.8 pence at 1253 GMT on Tuesday, while Mears rose 6.2 percent to 360 pence on news of the new contracts, which sources told Reuters last month had attracted few private sector bids.

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 months ago

    Serco, Mears win $3.7 bln refugee housing contracts in Britain

    Serco and Mears have won contracts totalling 2.9 billion pounds ($3.7 billion) from the British government to provide accommodation and support for asylum seekers, lifting shares in both outsourcing firms. Valued at 1.9 billion pounds for Serco and 1 billion pounds for Mears, the 10-year contracts were awarded by Britain's Home Office Visas and Immigration department under the Asylum Accommodation and Support Services Contract (AASC). Shares (Berlin: DI6.BE - news) in Serco were up 6.5 percent at 108.8 pence at 1253 GMT on Tuesday, while Mears rose 6.2 percent to 360 pence on news of the new contracts, which sources told Reuters last month had attracted few private sector bids.

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 months ago

    Serco, Mears win 2.9 bln stg UK housing contracts for asylum seekers

    British outsourcers Serco Group Plc and Mears Group Plc have been awarded contracts by the UK Home Office Visas and Immigration department to provide accommodation and support for asylum seekers, the companies ...

  • How Serco Group plc (LON:SRP) Can Impact Your Portfolio Volatility
    Simply Wall St.5 months ago

    How Serco Group plc (LON:SRP) Can Impact Your Portfolio Volatility

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  • Reuters5 months ago

    Brexit-sensitive British stocks wilt as worries return after PM vote

    Britain's Brexit-sensitive domestic stocks fell on Thursday as investors decided Prime Minister Theresa May's victory in a leadership challenge clarified little in the country's protracted divorce from the European Union. The mid-cap FTSE 250 index (.FTMC) ended the day down 0.8 percent, giving up early gains as worries that a disorderly Brexit would hurt the economy returned. Weak results from retailers Sports Direct and Bonmarche also dragged the market down, denting investors' appetite for stocks sensitive to slowing consumer spending.

  • Reuters5 months ago

    Brighter Serco prospects boost shares as plans bear fruit

    Serco (SRP.L) expects revenue to start to grow for the first time in six years in 2019 as it finally starts to reap the rewards of an overhaul but the British outsourcer asked investors to be patient on the restoration of dividend payments. The services provider predicted positive free cash flow in 2018 after three years of outflows, sending its shares up as much as 10 percent. Some analysts now see Serco as a bright spot in a struggling sector and hope the company will be able next year to reinstate a dividend suspended in 2014.

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