|Bid||2,145.00 x 74700|
|Ask||2,240.00 x 77700|
|Day's range||2,180.00 - 2,207.00|
|52-week range||1,697.00 - 2,326.00|
|PE ratio (TTM)||71.36|
|Earnings date||28 Feb 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.39 (1.67%)|
|1y target est||2,156.67|
LONDON/MILAN, Oct (Shenzhen: 000069.SZ - news) 31 (Reuters) - Britain's FTSE sealed its best monthly gains since May on Tuesday as a series of upbeat earning updates including from oil major BP helped it rebound and end October on a high. The internationally-exposed FTSE 100 inched up 0.1 percent, closing at 7,493.08 points after a 0.2 percent fall on Monday when strength in the pound ahead of this week's Bank of England policy meeting weighed. The stock index ended October up 1.6 percent, its best month since May, when the election of President Emmanuel Macron in France sent stock markets across Europe soaring.
MILAN, Oct (Shenzhen: 000069.SZ - news) 31 (Reuters) - The FTSE inched up on Tuesday as a series of upbeat earning updates including from oil major BP helped UK's top share index rebound. The internationally exposed FTSE rose 0.3 percent at 7,513 points by 0929 GMT after a 0.2 percent fall seen on Monday when strength in the pound ahead of this week's Bank of England policy meeting weighed. BP rose as much as 4.1 percent to its highest level in three years since July 2014 after a strong update in a sector supported by the reecent surge of crude oil prices to above $60.
** UK-based engineering company Weir down 6.1 pct, top loser on FTSE 250 index ** Company says full-year operating profit expected to be slightly lower than previously anticipated due to higher costs and ...
The company expects full-year operating margins in the mining business, its biggest, to be only slightly ahead of the first half due to additional investment, costs associated with reconfiguring operational capacity and some project phasing delays. The company said orders in the oil and gas business rose 59 percent and it expected a "material" increase in full-year constant currency divisional revenues and low double-digit operating margins.
European shares gave back early gains in thin volumes on Monday, as a busy few weeks of earnings reports from top regional and U.S. firms got underway. The pan-European STOXX 600 index steadied at the ...
Britain's major share index started the week with solid gains driven by basic resource firms, while a government contract win by crisis-hit construction firm Carillion gave it some respite from heavy losses ...
The chief executive of Britain's Carillion (Frankfurt: 924047 - news) quit on Monday as the building and support services group warned on full-year profit and said it was pulling out of three construction markets in the Middle East. Carillion shares plunged 35 percent to trade at 124 pence by 1200 GMT, having earlier hit their lowest level since April 2003. The firm, which helps maintain British railways and roads, said payment problems on four construction contracts nearing or reaching completion had forced it take a provision of 845 million pounds ($1.1 billion).
Finland's mining equipment maker Metso (Amsterdam: MS6.AS - news) on Wednesday appointed Nico Delvaux as chief executive from Swedish rival Atlas Copco (LSE: 0R82.L - news) to lead growth plans after years of restructuring and weak demand. Metso, the maker of grinding mills and crushers for miners as well as valves and pumps for the oil and gas industry, has been battling tough market conditions due to spending cuts by miners and uncertainty over growth in top metals consumer China. Now (Frankfurt: 11N.F - news) , with Metso having a very strong balance sheet, we really want to see growth, going from cost cutting and restructuring to growing our business," Chairman Mikael Lilius told a news conference.
** Weir Group up 2.3 pct - highest in over 2 years ** JP Morgan raises rating to "overweight" from "neutral," ups target price to 2175p from 1800p ** "While demand in Weir’s two ...