TOCB.DU - Thomson Reuters Corporation

Dusseldorf - Dusseldorf Delayed price. Currency in EUR
63.98
+0.48 (+0.76%)
At close: 8:24AM CET
Stock chart is not supported by your current browser
Previous close63.50
Open63.98
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's range63.98 - 63.98
52-week range41.11 - 64.04
Volume115
Avg. volume0
Market cap32.347B
Beta (3Y monthly)0.34
PE ratio (TTM)9.94
EPS (TTM)6.44
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield1.29 (2.04%)
Ex-dividend date2019-11-20
1y target estN/A
  • The Executive VP & CFO of Thomson Reuters Corporation (TSE:TRI), Stephane Bello, Just Sold 49% Of Their Holding
    Simply Wall St.

    The Executive VP & CFO of Thomson Reuters Corporation (TSE:TRI), Stephane Bello, Just Sold 49% Of Their Holding

    Some Thomson Reuters Corporation (TSE:TRI) shareholders may be a little concerned to see that the Executive VP & CFO...

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    UPDATE 3-Thomson Reuters operating profit tops Wall Street estimates

    Thomson Reuters Corp , parent of Reuters News, reported higher-than-expected quarterly operating profit on Thursday and said it would raise its dividend payout ratio and buy back more shares. Chief Executive Jim Smith said the company had spent just over half the $2 billion it had set aside for acquisitions to expand its main divisions and would love to spend the rest. Operating profit rose to $262 million, or 27 cents a share, in the third quarter, from $173 million or 12 cents a share a year ago.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    UPDATE 1-Italy's Treasury needs more information on bond platform from LSE

    Italy's Treasury needs more information from the London Stock Exchange about the future of MTS, an Italian electronic fixed income trading market majority-owned by the LSE, top official Alessandro Rivera told Reuters on Wednesday. Rivera said MTS, originally launched by the Italian Treasury and the Bank of Italy as a platform for trading Italian government bonds, was strategic for the country. The Treasury's director general added it was monitoring developments in takeover negotiations between LSE Group and data provider Refinitiv.

  • Thomson Reuters says engaged in CEO succession planning
    Reuters

    Thomson Reuters says engaged in CEO succession planning

    Thomson Reuters Corp is engaged in succession planning for Chief Executive Jim Smith as "a matter of good governance," the business information company said on Sunday. The company statement http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/thomson-reuters-statement-on-ceo-succession-planning-300941671.html came after the Financial Times reported Thomson Reuters had begun a search for a new chief executive. David Thomson, the company's chairman, said the board "is fully supportive of Jim Smith and his management team.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    UPDATE 1-Thomson Reuters searching for CEO Smith's successor: FT

    Thomson Reuters Corp has begun searching for a successor to Chief Executive Officer Jim Smith, who oversaw the sale of a majority stake in the news and information provider's financial-data business to a Blackstone Group Inc-led consortium last year, the Financial Times reported on Sunday. Thomson Reuters enlisted search firm Spencer Stuart to draw up a list of candidates to replace Smith, the newspaper reported, citing four people with knowledge of the succession process. The reported move follows Blackstone's agreement earlier this year to sell the financial-data business, now called Refinitiv, to London Stock Exchange Group for $27 billion.

  • Does Thomson Reuters (TSE:TRI) Have A Healthy Balance Sheet?
    Simply Wall St.

    Does Thomson Reuters (TSE:TRI) Have A Healthy Balance Sheet?

    The external fund manager backed by Berkshire Hathaway's Charlie Munger, Li Lu, makes no bones about it when he says...

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    UPDATE 3-LSE gets earnings boost ahead of Refinitiv deal vote

    London Stock Exchange reported higher-than-expected third-quarter income on Friday, putting it in a strong position ahead of next month's shareholder vote on its planned $27 billion deal to buy data provider Refinitiv. The results, which include a 19% rise in income from clearing house LCH, also showed how London has kept its central role in clearing euro financial transactions ahead of Britain's divorce from the European Union. Since the Brexit vote in 2016, Britain has leapfrogged the United States to become the largest centre for trading interest rate swaps.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    UPDATE 1-LSE told Italy it won't move bond trading platforms - central bank source

    MILAN/ROME, Oct 10 (Reuters) - London Stock Exchange has given assurances to Italy that it plans to continue investing in its Italian trading platforms and does not intend to move them out of the country, a Bank of Italy source said on Thursday. LSE Group owns Italian stock exchange Borsa Italiana, which in turn controls the MTS platform on which Italian government bonds are traded. The Bank of Italy source was responding to a Reuters story that said LSE was considering shutting down a bond trading platform called BondVision and moving the management functions of Italian securities' clearing operations from Milan to London.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    LSE told Italy it won't shift location of MTS operations-BOI source

    London Stock Exchange has given assurances to Italy that it plans to continue investing in its Italian trading platforms and does not intend to move them out of the country, a Bank of Italy source told Reuters on Thursday. LSE Group owns Italian stock exchange Borsa Italiana, which in turn controls the MTS platform on which Italian government bonds are traded. The Bank of Italy source was responding to a Reuters story that said LSE was considering shutting down a bond trading platform called BondVision and moving the management functions of Italian securities' clearing operations from Milan to London.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    LSE Group considers overhaul of MTS business in Italy -sources

    MILAN/ROME, Oct 10 (Reuters) - London Stock Exchange is mulling an overhaul of its Italian business MTS ahead of a potential merger with data provider Refinitiv, two Italian sources with knowledge of the situation said on Thursday. The changes under consideration include shutting down a bond trading platform called BondVision, and moving the management functions of Italian securities' clearing operations from Milan to London, the sources said. LSE's Chief Executive David Schwimmer was in Rome on Thursday to discuss the proposed changes with officials from the Bank of Italy and market regulator Consob, the sources said.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    UPDATE 1-Reuters News moves into events business with FCBI deal

    Thomson Reuters Corp said on Friday it had acquired events company FC Business Intelligence (FCBI) to tap into the fast growing sector and help further promote its Reuters News brand. Michael Friedenberg, a tech and media veteran who became president of Reuters last year, said FCBI had 130 employees and was growing faster than the industry average. Reuters, the news division of Thomson Reuters, has a variety of different media platforms including TV, social and mobile which could be used to showcase news coming out of the events, Friedenberg said.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    Some LSE investors call on Hong Kong exchange to up bid by 20%, add cash

    Some London Stock Exchange investors have told Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing (HKEX) that any bid must contain more cash and be up to 20% higher to persuade them to engage, three shareholders and a banking source close to the deal said. The three investors, who own a combined 3% of LSE, said HKEX has been lobbying them to back a potential $39 billion cash and share offer for the London exchange after it made a surprise approach last month. LSE quickly rejected HKEX's initial approach, saying it faced regulatory hurdles and did not make strategic sense.

  • Thomson Reuters Corporation (TRI) Q2 2019 Earnings Call Transcript
    Motley Fool

    Thomson Reuters Corporation (TRI) Q2 2019 Earnings Call Transcript

    TRI earnings call for the period ending June 30, 2019.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    FOCUS-Seeds of London Stock Exchange deal planted at flower show

    Italian investment banker Matteo Canonaco brokered an introduction between David Craig, who at the time ran Thomson Reuters Corp's Financial and Risk division, the company that became Refinitiv last year, and Joseph Baratta, head of private equity at Blackstone Group Inc. The meeting would set in motion a sequence of events involving Blackstone, Refinitiv and LSE that led to a deal which was announced on Thursday. Craig and Canonaco, who now runs advisory firm Canson Capital Partners, pitched Baratta with an idea: The F&R unit would be better off split from Thomson Reuters, where the duo felt it was not getting enough investment, three sources with direct knowledge of the matter said.

  • Thomson Reuters raises outlook, grows fastest since financial crisis
    Reuters

    Thomson Reuters raises outlook, grows fastest since financial crisis

    LONDON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Thomson Reuters Corp raised its sales and earnings outlook for 2019 and 2020 on Thursday after reporting 4% organic revenue growth in the second quarter, which it said was its best since 2008. The news and information provider also confirmed that, along with Blackstone, it had agreed to sell Refinitiv, which provides data and news to financial customers, to the London Stock Exchange in a $27-billion all-share deal. Growth in the second quarter was driven by recurring revenues at all three of its biggest units - Legal, Corporates and Tax & Accounting - since the news and information provider sold a majority in its Financial and Risk business, now known as Refinitiv, to Blackstone last year.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    Thomson Reuters sales rise 9%, raises outlook

    Thomson Reuters Corp on Thursday reported a 9% rise in quarterly sales compared to the same period a year ago, while also raising its forecasts for the next two years. The news and information provider and parent of Reuters News reported second-quarter revenue of $1.42 billion, up from $1.31 billion a year ago as Thomson Reuters gained from payments it received from Refinitiv for its news service. Thomson Reuters also said in a statement that it and private equity funds affiliated with Blackstone had agreed to sell Refinitiv to the London Stock Exchange in an all share deal with an enterprise value of around $27 billion.

  • Seeds of London Stock Exchange deal planted at flower show
    Reuters

    Seeds of London Stock Exchange deal planted at flower show

    LONDON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - London Stock Exchange Group's $27 billion purchase of financial-data business Refinitiv has its origins in May 2013, amid the crocuses, champagne and corporate hobnobbing of the British capital's Chelsea Flower Show. Italian investment banker Matteo Canonaco brokered an introduction between David Craig, who at the time ran Thomson Reuters Corp's Financial and Risk division, the company that became Refinitiv last year, and Joseph Baratta, head of private equity at Blackstone Group Inc. The meeting would set in motion a sequence of events involving Blackstone, Refinitiv and LSE that led to a deal which was announced on Thursday.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    RPT-LSE-Refinitiv deal faces long antitrust review - sources

    U.S. buyout fund Blackstone Group Inc is expected to announce the merger of its majority-owned financial data firm Refinitiv with the London Stock Exchange Group Plc within a week, but the deal is expected to face a long antitrust review before it can close, four sources told Reuters. Negotiations on the $27 billion deal are at an advanced stage, with Blackstone, the LSE and Thomson Reuters Corp in broad agreement on the main aspects of the deal, the sources said, speaking on condition of anonymity. A formal announcement could come on Aug. 1 when the LSE publishes half-year results, two of the sources said.

  • LSE-Refinitiv deal faces long antitrust review - sources
    Reuters

    LSE-Refinitiv deal faces long antitrust review - sources

    U.S. buyout fund Blackstone Group Inc is expected to announce the merger of its majority-owned financial data firm Refinitiv with the London Stock Exchange Group Plc within a week, but the deal is expected to face a long antitrust review before it can close, four sources told Reuters. Negotiations on the $27 billion (£21.81 billion) deal are at an advanced stage, with Blackstone, the LSE and Thomson Reuters Corp in broad agreement on the main aspects of the deal, the sources said, speaking on condition of anonymity. A formal announcement could come on Aug. 1 when the LSE publishes half-year results, two of the sources said.

  • LSE-Refinitiv deal faces long antitrust review: sources
    Reuters

    LSE-Refinitiv deal faces long antitrust review: sources

    U.S. buyout fund Blackstone Group Inc is expected to announce the merger of its majority-owned financial data firm Refinitiv with the London Stock Exchange Group Plc within a week, but the deal is expected to face a long antitrust review before it can close, four sources told Reuters. Negotiations on the $27 billion deal are at an advanced stage, with Blackstone, the LSE and Thomson Reuters Corp in broad agreement on the main aspects of the deal, the sources said, speaking on condition of anonymity. A formal announcement could come on Aug. 1 when the LSE publishes half-year results, two of the sources said.

By using Yahoo, you agree that we and our partners can use cookies for purposes such as customising content and advertising. See our Privacy Policy to learn more