|Bid||58.00 x 100|
|Ask||59.90 x 300|
|Day's range||58.25 - 59.01|
|52-week range||49.87 - 78.25|
|PE ratio (TTM)||17.72|
|Dividend & yield||1.08 (1.76%)|
|1y target est||N/A|
European shares bounced back from two days of losses on Friday, as financial stocks were helped by a Greek debt deal that further eased political uncertainty in the euro zone, but competition worries hit Europe's retailers. Euro zone governments threw Greece another 11th-hour credit lifeline worth 8.5 billion euros ($9.50 billion) late on Thursday and sketched new detail on possible debt relief as the IMF finally offered to help out after two years of hesitation. Greek stocks rose 0.8 percent to a two-year high, with some analysts saying they expected any debt relief deal to unlock more value from Greek stocks.
When Easter moves between the first and the second quarter, company executives blame the holiday for poor earnings.
Shares of Tractor Supply fall after the company reported disappointing same-store sales results to start the year.
The return of "stark" inflation and the difficulties for retailers in passing higher costs through to customers point to a tough 2017 for UK grocers and supermarkets, Bank of America Merrill Lynch analysts said, adding they prefer peers listed in continental Europe. The lack of further deterioration in the outlook for Europe's economy and improving consumer confidence are likely to benefit listed food retailers while those focused on the U.S. and emerging markets will see growth, BoFA-ML said. UK supermarkets are poised to report holiday season trading updates this week.