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William Hill plc (WHI.F)

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3.0010+0.0470 (+1.59%)
As of 8:02AM CET. Market open.
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Previous close2.9540
Bid2.9600 x 260000
Ask3.1070 x 260000
Day's range3.0010 - 3.0010
52-week range0.3252 - 3.4390
Avg. volume2,549
Market cap3.193B
Beta (5Y monthly)2.03
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-1.4860
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend date23 Apr 2020
1y target est305.00
  • Reuters

    Apollo formally ends bidding war for Britain's William Hill

    Caesars in September had agreed to buy the gambling group for 2.9 billion pounds ($3.82 billion) to expand in the fast-growing U.S. sports-betting market, after beating out Apollo. The possibility of Apollo firming up its bid faded after Caesars made it clear it could terminate the deal, if William Hill decided to proceed with another offer from rival parties mentioned in a list set by Caesars.

  • Should You Buy Caesars Before There's a Coronavirus Vaccine?
    Motley Fool

    Should You Buy Caesars Before There's a Coronavirus Vaccine?

    Caesars Entertainment (NASDAQ: CZR) saw a 22% rebound in September, likely related both to its ESPN partnership and its announced acquisition plans for English sportsbook company William Hill (LSE: WMH). While Caesars isn't faring badly in its recovery, its stock still hasn't regained the full value it had before the coronavirus struck. With the earliest possible release of COVID-19 vaccines in the U.S. still roughly two months away, according to a recent estimate from Dr. Anthony Fauci, Fools investing in consumer discretionary stocks might want to weigh several factors before buying shares of Caesars.

  • Reuters

    UK's William Hill warns of profit hit on local lockdowns as revenue slips

    The company, which is set to be acquired by U.S. casino operator Caesars Entertainment, estimated that shutting 100 shops for four weeks due to further local lockdowns would reduce core earnings by around 2 million pounds ($2.60 million). The betting firm said that around 10% of its betting shops are located in regions where the local COVID-19 alert level is classified as "very high" according to the government. While net revenue was down 9% for 13 weeks ended Sept. 29, the drop was lower than the 32% fall it posted for the first-half, with growth in the United States cushioning the decline.