|Bid||759.00 x 98600|
|Ask||782.00 x 60300|
|Day's range||760.14 - 771.20|
|52-week range||759.60 - 1,078.00|
|PE ratio (TTM)||12.30|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.50 (4.34%)|
|1y target est||882.00|
United Utilities (Tallinn) B.V. has nominated a new member for the Supervisory Council of AS Tallinna Vesi. He will be replacing Mr. Steven Fraser, who´s term in the Supervisory Council will expire on 21.01.2018. The Company is grateful to Mr. Fraser for his contribution as a member of the Supervisory Council of AS Tallinna Vesi.
The extent of the pay gap between male and female employees at some of the country's biggest firms has been revealed. Government figures show that men are paid nearly 65% more per hour at high street fashion store Phase Eight and nearly 52% more at EasyJet (Frankfurt: A1JTC1 - news) . Thousands more firms, public sector bodies and other organisations are expected to reveal their gender pay gaps in the next few months.
** Centrica shares up 2 pct, United Utilities up 1.6 pct - top gainers on UK bluechip index, as Credit Suisse becomes less negative on sector ** CS raises Centrica to "outperform" from "neutral" ...
The following FTSE 100 companies will go ex-dividend on Thursday, after which investors will no longer qualify for the latest dividend payout. According to Reuters calculations at current market prices, ...
The chairman of Carillion (Frankfurt: 924047 - news) , the crisis-hit construction and outsourcing group, is being lined up for a new role in the boardroom of Survitec, a British-based manufacturer of survival equipment. Sky News has learnt that Philip Green, the former boss of United Utilities (LSE: UU.L - news) , is in discussions with Onex, Survitec's Canadian owner, about taking on the chairmanship of the company. The talks are said to have been delayed as Mr Green focuses on efforts to rescue Carillion, a key player in Britain's infrastructure industry.
A share price plunge could be an opportunity to buy Thomas Cook Group plc (LON: TCG) but if you prefer something more, try United Utilities Group plc (LON: UU), says Harvey Jones.
Britain's water regulator, OFWAT, which sets prices each company can charge customers, has introduced separate price controls for different services offered by the water industry from the one price control used earlier. United Utilities, which supplies and treats water in north-western UK, said underlying operating profit rose to 344 million pounds from 312.5 million pounds a year earlier.
(Adds company news items and futures) Nov 22 (Reuters) - Britain's FTSE 100 futures is flat ahead of the cash market open on Wednesday. * THOMAS COOK: Travel firm Thomas Cook reported an 8 percent rise ...
Water firm United Utilities (LSE: UU.L - news) has been fined £300,000 after supplying water unfit for human consumption to more than 700,000 customers. People in Lancashire were forced to boil their water for almost three weeks in the summer of 2015 after the microbial parasite cryptosporidium was found in the Franklaw water treatment works in Preston (Other OTC: PSNP - news) . The firm admitted supplying water unfit for human consumption at an earlier hearing and will also have to pay £150,000 in prosecution costs.
** British water utility Severn Trent up 3.5 pct after RBC double upgrades to "outperform" ** Stock top of STOXX 600 and FTSE 100 ** RBC Capital Markets, in a note, says outperform rating reflects ...
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 ...
* UK blue chips set quarterly loss, worst month since Sep (Shanghai: 600021.SS - news) . LONDON, June 30 (Reuters) - Heavy losses on Friday sent Britain's top share index to its widest monthly loss since September 2015, sealing its first negative quarter in more than a year as a tumultuous first half drew to a close.
** United Utilities down 2 pct, bottom of FTSE 100 in heavy volume ** Credit Suisse downgrades to Underperform from Outperform, cuts TP to 850p from 1000p ** CS says price control review could again be ...
A drop among oil stocks, miners and by United Utilities kept the UK's top share index in negative territory on Friday as it headed for its biggest monthly loss since January 2016. The blue FTSE 100 index ...
Britain's pound tumbled on Friday, lifting the country's main FTSE share index, after an election that denied any party a majority in parliament and fomented a sense of political chaos just days before Brexit talks begin. Prime Minister Theresa May said she would form a government with help from Northern Irish unionists, despite having failed to win the stronger mandate she had sought to conduct exit talks with the rest of the European Union. While sterling registered its biggest daily fall in eight months, the slump appeared to be checked by expectations from some investors that the government may pursue a softer stance on Brexit and even loosen the purse strings to assuage an austerity-weary electorate.
U.S. President Donald Trump is no fan of transnational groupings but that’s what he will get in spades in today’s leg of his European tour in Brussels. First (Other OTC: FSTC - news) up are meetings with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker and European Council President Donald Tusk - two European grandees whose presence Trump was scarcely aware of when he was congratulating Britain on voting to leave their club.
Britain's United Utilities Group Plc raised its dividend on Thursday after posting a better-than-expected annual operating profit helped by cost savings and new pricing regulations. United Utilities (LSE: UU.L - news) , which supplies water across Cheshire, Lancashire and Cumbria, said underlying operating profit rose 3.1 percent to 622.9 million pounds ($809.0 million) for the year. Analysts had expected a profit of 609 million pounds according to a company compiled consensus.