|Bid||0.00 x 10000|
|Ask||2,056.00 x 106900|
|Day's range||2,010.00 - 2,051.00|
|52-week range||2,002.00 - 2,575.00|
|PE ratio (TTM)||16.06|
|Forward dividend & yield||1.04 (3.49%)|
|1y target est||2,232.23|
Britain's blue-chip index fell on Thursday, led lower by utilities and a decline for Associated British Foods (ABF.L) after warning that profit at its sugar business would fall more than previously forecast. The FTSE (.FTSE) ended 0.3 percent down at 7,700.96 points and the mid-cap index (.FTMC) finished with a 0.5 percent fall. Utilities were weaker after a junior minister told a parliamentary committee that Britain hoped to pass laws to allow the capping of the most common form of gas and electricity tariffs for millions of households by the summer.
Britain's top share index fell on Thursday led lower by utilities and a decline in Associated British Foods after the food processor and retailer cautioned over its sugar business. The FTSE was down 0.3 percent by 0938 GMT, while the mid cap index also fell by 0.1 percent.
By Pauline Renaud LONDON, Nov 27 - Water utility Severn Trent is taking advantage of redemptions in the currency due next month and is set to price a £250m no-grow five-year. Barclays, BNP Paribas and ...
A round-up of notable broker activity this morning from Europe's top-ranked* analysts: ** Liberum 5-star broker ups Rotork to "hold", saying that although the shares have underperformed the sector ...
British blue-chip stocks ended slightly in the red Thursday, following a three-day move higher, led down by a double-digit plunge in shares of British Gas parent Centrica PLC after a disappointing financial ...
Severn Trent plc (LON: SVT) offers a safe and solid dividend but this household name is set to yield twice as much, says Harvey Jones.
** British water utility Severn Trent up 3.5 pct after RBC double upgrades to "outperform" ** Stock top of STOXX 600 and FTSE 100 ** RBC Capital Markets, in a note, says outperform rating reflects ...
Britain's Water Services Regulation Authority said its chief Cathryn Ross would be leaving the regulator to take up a position in the private sector unconnected with the water industry. Ofwat said it had ...
Britain's United Utilities Group Plc raised its dividend on Thursday after posting a better-than-expected annual operating profit helped by cost savings and new pricing regulations. United Utilities (LSE: UU.L - news) , which supplies water across Cheshire, Lancashire and Cumbria, said underlying operating profit rose 3.1 percent to 622.9 million pounds ($809.0 million) for the year. Analysts had expected a profit of 609 million pounds according to a company compiled consensus.
** British water utility, Severn Trent up 1.5 pct & nearing biggest intra-day pct gain in about 6 months ** Stock among top pct gainers on FTSE 100 ** 4-star rated analyst Morgan Stanley says the beat ...