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Whitbread PLC (WHF4.F)

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47.89+0.28 (+0.59%)
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Previous close47.61
Bid0.00 x 50000
Ask0.00 x 50000
Day's range47.89 - 48.07
52-week range39.23 - 57.70
Avg. volume33
Market cap8.75B
PE ratio (TTM)16.23
Earnings dateN/A
Dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
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    Barclays profit before tax more than doubles to £1.68bn

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    Sky News21 hours ago

    Marks & Spencer closes in on appointment of Swannell successor

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  • Lloyds doubles profits in 'challenging operating environment'
    Sky News2 days ago

    Lloyds doubles profits in 'challenging operating environment'

    Lloyds Banking Group has announced a first quarter pre-tax profit of £1.3bn, almost double the sum achieved on a year ago, despite a "challenging operating environment". The taxpayer-backed bank, which is on the verge of returning to private hands following monthly share sales by the Treasury, said the profit performance was mainly due to a reduction in charges and the economy proving more resilient than expected after the Brexit vote. "These results continue to demonstrate the strength of our customer focused, simple and low risk business model and our ability to respond to a challenging operating environment.