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|Ask||0.00 x 22800|
|Day's range||4,521.00 - 4,578.00|
|52-week range||4,521.00 - 4,578.00|
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Pension Insurance Corporation said on Monday it had agreed a pension insurance deal with the trustees of the Wolseley Group Retirement Benefits Plan for a premium of around 600 million pounds. Wolseley UK is the operating subsidiary of Ferguson (FERG.L). "Over the past couple of years we have matched an increasing amount of our assets and liabilities and this strategy has now allowed us to take advantage of market conditions and fully insure these liabilities," David Illingworth, chairman of trustees of the pension scheme, said.
Euro zone shares reversed course on Tuesday after a strong start to the session as a drop in the price of oil hit energy firms and mining stocks. Germany's DAX hit a fresh record high on Tuesday, bolstered ...
** Wolseley down 1.9 pct, bottom of FTSE 100 in volume, having earlier hit 6-month low ** Q3 LFL revenue growth 6.6%, in US +8.5% ** Group expects FY trading profit in line with analyst consensus expectations ...
Britain's top share index climbed back on Tuesday, underpinned by a recovery in miners and banks as well as a surge in Wolseley's shares following strong results. The FTSE 100 ended up 0.7 percent, boosted ...
Heating and plumbing supplier Wolseley (EUREX: WLYH.EX - news) is changing its name to match its U.S. brand of Ferguson, a business that accounts for 84 percent of its trading profit, and is also pulling out of the Nordic region. Chief Executive John Martin said Wolseley (Frankfurt: A1W7PR - news) , which started life in 1887 manufacturing machine tools and was involved in early motor car production, would keep its main market listing in London where it is a constituent of the FTSE 100 index.
Heating and plumbing products supplier Wolseley (Frankfurt: A1W7PR - news) reported a 25 percent rise in first-half profit, as growth in the United States more than made up for tough trading conditions in the UK and the Nordics. The company plans to change its name to Ferguson Plc, subject to shareholder approval, its top brand in its largest market, the United States, where it makes about 84 percent of its profit. Revenue rose 24.5 percent to 8.461 billion pounds, while like-for-like revenue grew 3.2 percent year-on-year, and Wolseley said like-for-like revenue had grown about 4.5 percent since the end of the period.