|Bid||850.00 x 98600|
|Ask||950.00 x 60300|
|Day's range||889.50 - 898.50|
|52-week range||849.00 - 1,078.00|
|PE ratio (TTM)||14.04|
|Dividend & yield||0.49 (4.29%)|
|1y target est||N/A|
Water firm United Utilities (LSE: UU.L - news) has pleaded guilty to supplying water that was unfit for human consumption. About 700,000 people in Lancashire had to boil their water before drinking it for almost three weeks in the summer of 2015 when a parasite was found at the Franklaw water treatment works in Preston (Other OTC: PSNP - news) . The microbial parasite cryptosporidium left customers without safe drinking water causing supermarkets to put a restriction on the amount of bottled water bought per customer after a surge of panic buyers.
British water company United Utilities said on Wednesday it had pleaded guilty to a charge of providing water that was unfit for human consumption from its water treatment unit in Preston, Lancashire. ...
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 ...