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Thomson Reuters Corporation (TRI.TO)

Toronto - Toronto Delayed price. Currency in CAD
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57.57-0.19 (-0.33%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT
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Previous close57.76
Bid57.50 x
Ask57.58 x
Day's range57.39 - 57.69
52-week range52.01 - 62.83
Avg. volume862,600
Market cap41.35B
PE ratio (TTM)13.61
EPS (TTM)4.23
Earnings date1 Aug 2017
Dividend & yield1.83 (3.17%)
Ex-dividend date2017-05-16
1y target est47.65
  • Reuters4 days ago

    Countries need more than money to cope with shocks - global report

    Sweden, the Netherlands and Germany are among the best placed wealthy countries to cope with shocks like large-scale migration due to their strong safety nets, education programmes and economic opportunities, said a global report by KPMG. Switzerland took first place overall in KPMG's "Change Readiness Index," which measures the ability of 136 countries to respond to shocks and long-term trends, such as natural disasters, economic crises and climate change. Britain, in the early stages of Brexit negotiations to leave the European Union, moved into the top 10.

  • Accesswire5 days ago

    Daily Coverage on Industrials Stocks, Thomson Reuters, Aimia, Intermap Technologies, and Ritchie Bros Auctioneers

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  • Reuters - UK Focus6 days ago

    Ads which perpetuate sexist stereotypes to be banned in Britain

    A dvertisements which perpetuate gender stereotypes or mock people for not conforming to such norms could be banned under new rules, Britain's advertising watchdog said on Tuesday. It said ads that feature stereotypical gender roles or characteristics could have a harmful impact, particularly on children, by limiting aspirations. Adverts which could fall foul of the new rules, likely to come into force next year, include those which depict families creating a mess while a woman has sole responsibility for cleaning it up, the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) said.