|Day's range||2.293 - 2.293|
|52-week range||1.639 - 3.907|
|PE ratio (TTM)||-2.10|
|Dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||N/A|
National Grid (LSE: NG.L - news) has put on hold development consent for a proposed power line connecting Britain's transmission network to the Moorside nuclear project in northwest England, in another blow to the project. National Grid said it had paused its work to approve the 2.8 billion pounds ($3.6 billion) North West Coast Connections project following Moorside developer NuGen's decision to carry out a strategic review. The nuclear project has been in doubt since Japan's Toshiba Corp pulled out of the construction work in February after its Westinghouse unit filed for bankruptcy.
Toshiba has delayed reporting its earnigns for a third time, fuelling concerns it could be delisted from the stock exchange
Japan has taken the unprecedented step of naming more than 300 firms that the authorities accuse of violating labour laws, to help prevent death by overwork. The name-and-shame tactic follows growing public outrage over a long-hours culture in the country, which gained notoriety following the suicide of a young worker at the Dentsu (Frankfurt: 763961 - news) ad agency in 2015 - ruled as "Karoshi", or death through overwork. The labour ministry's list includes 334 companies that have received warnings for excessive overtime and other violations between last October and this March.