|Bid||1,356.00 x 593300|
|Ask||1,385.00 x 208500|
|Day's range||1,365.00 - 1,384.00|
|52-week range||1,238.45 - 1,928.07|
|PE ratio (TTM)||10.17|
|Earnings date||1 Mar 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.68 (4.39%)|
|1y target est||1,618.74|
25% of car owners are not actively using their connected car’s features – a figure which includes 11% who don’t even know if their vehicle has the technology according to a new study of the attitudes and purchase behavior of more than 8,500 consumers across Europe, North America and China by one of the world’s largest research agencies, Kantar TNS.
With P/E ratios under 11 and dividend yields over 4%, these FTSE 100 (INDEXFTSE:UKX) stocks could be contrarian favourites in the New Year.
While 2017 was a good year for shares, many UK stocks are currently below their 52-week highs. Here are two that Edward Sheldon believes offer turnaround potential.
WPP (NYSE:WPP) today announced the company has been named Adobe Global Digital Experience Cloud Solution Partner of the Year for 2017 at Adobe’s annual sales conference in Las Vegas. This marks the first time that WPP has won the award, which recognises the partner with the greatest impact on the Adobe Experience Cloud business during the year and the leading role in creating value for clients through joint engagements and implementations. The award reflects the success of the WPP Adobe Alliance, which was formed in 2015 to expand the strategic relationship between the two firms, and to make available to clients the unrivalled collective expertise of WPP’s agencies in implementing Adobe Experience Cloud.
Dividends from FTSE 100 (INDEXFTSE:UKX) stalwart Lloyds Banking Group plc (LON: LLOY) look great, but WPP plc (LON: WPP) shares could be even more attractive now.
Dec 18 (Reuters) - WPP Plc: * OGILVY & MATHER ACQUIRES A MAJORITY STAKE IN DIGITAL CONSULTANCY ARBA IN HONG KONG Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:
Zenith, owned by France's Publicis (PUBP.PA), had forecast a 2018 growth rate of 4.2 percent in September. "We expect advertising expenditure to grow more slowly than the global economy as a whole out to 2020," Zenith said.
WPP (Frankfurt: A1J2BZ - news) said on Tuesday Ford Motor Company, a major client, had informed it of its intention to carry on working with the world's biggest advertising agency for a new period of time beginning in 2018, lifting its shares. WPP, which includes such names as Vodafone, Chanel, Unilever (Amsterdam: UZ8.AS - news) and BP on its client roster, said it had been verbally informed by Ford that the car company was considering its future internal and external marketing model and wanted to enter into a further agreement with WPP for a period to be agreed in 2018. "WPP is considering the proposal and is in discussion with Ford on next steps," it said.
U.K. advertising company WPP PLC is to sell its 25% stake in Japanese advertising agency Asatsu-DK Inc. to Bain Capital, paving the way for a $1.35 billion takeover offer by the U.S. private-equity firm, ...
* Tender offer deadline extended to Dec (Shanghai: 600875.SS - news) . TOKYO/LONDON, Nov 21 (Reuters) - Britain's WPP (Swiss: OXWPP.SW - news) agreed on Tuesday to accept Bain Capital's offer for its stake in Japan's Asatsu-DK Inc (ADK), dropping its threat of litigation after agreeing plans to reinvest in the advertising group at a later date. Led by high-profile businessman Martin Sorrell, WPP clashed with Bain last month when the U.S. private equity firm announced plans to buy Japan's third-largest advertising agency for $1.35 billion.
Bain Capital LLC on Tuesday said its $1.35 billion offer for Asatsu-DK Inc (ADK) had been accepted by the Japanese company's 25 percent shareholder WPP, after the parties floated the idea of WPP reinvesting at a later date. Led by the high-profile businessman Martin Sorrell, WPP clashed with the U.S. private equity firm Bain last month when it sought to buy Japan's third-largest advertising agency, which partners with WPP. Bain said on Tuesday WPP had now agreed to sell its ADK shares for 3,660 yen ($32.53) each, the same price it rejected last month.
WPP (Frankfurt: A1J2BZ - news) , the world's biggest advertising company, is working on an assumption that its 2018 organic net sales will be flat following a sharp slowdown in 2017, its chief finance officer said on Thursday. Speaking at the annual Morgan Stanley European TMT conference in Barcelona, Paul Richardson said he did not expect a dramatic change in the global economic environment. "On day one, the going in assumption I suspect would be for no dramatic change in the global economic environment," he said.
WPP today announced that it is transferring the listing of its American Depositary Shares (current ADS ticker: ‘WPPGY’) to the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) from the NASDAQ Global Market. The Company expects its ADS to begin trading under a new ticker (‘WPP’) on the NYSE effective November 28, 2017. The Company’s ADS will continue to trade on NASDAQ until the transfer is complete.
Advertising giant WPP (WPP.L) said it would be prepared to raise its stake in Japanese partner Asatsu-DK Inc (ADK) (9747.T) to 33 percent from 25 percent if a disputed tender offer for the company by U.S. private equity fund Bain Capital failed. ADK is seeking to end a two-decade-old business alliance with WPP, asking the world's largest advertising group to sell its shares to Bain in a $1.35 billion deal.
U.S. private equity fund Bain Capital plans to extend a deadline for its $1.35 billion bid for Asatsu-DK Inc by around a week to give shareholders more time to review the deal after Asatsu-DK shareholder WPP took legal action, a senior Bain official said on Thursday. WPP, the world's largest advertising group, said it was taking legal action against its partner Asatsu-DK, deepening an acrimonious spat over the Japanese advertising agency's backing for the takeover deal.
Global research consultancy Kantar TNS announced today that Rob Wengel has been appointed EVP of its Client Development team and will also lead the Innovation practice across the Kantar portfolio in North America.
WPP (WPP.L) cut its sales expectations for the third time this year on Tuesday and said net sales would not grow in 2017, with weak client spending and technological disruption putting it on course for its lowest growth since the financial crisis. The bleak outlook from the world's largest advertising company and similar forecasts from peers have prompted fears of structural change as consumer goods giants like Unilever cut spending and Google and Facebook transform the industry. Competition among the big four of WPP, Omnicom (OMC.N), Publicis (PUBP.PA) and Interpublic (IPG.N) has become fierce as clients review the effectiveness of their marketing budgets.
LONDON, Oct (Shenzhen: 000069.SZ - news) 31 (Reuters) - WPP (Frankfurt: A1J2BZ - news) cut its sales expectations for the third time this year on Tuesday and said net sales would not grow in 2017, with weak client spending and technological disruption putting it on course for its lowest growth since the financial crisis. The bleak outlook from the world's largest advertising company and similar forecasts from peers have prompted fears of structural change as consumer goods giants like Unilever (NYSE: UL - news) cut spending and Google and Facebook (NasdaqGS: FB - news) transform the industry.
WPP cut its annual sales forecast for the third time this year, as the world’s largest advertising company struggles to boost revenue at a time when previously big-spending consumer-goods firms are ratcheting ...
NEW YORK & LONDON--(BUSINESSWIRE)-- Third quarter reported revenue up 1.1% at £3.649 billion, up 0.8% at $4.780 billion, down 4.2% at €4.067 billion and up 9.3% at ¥531 billion Third quarter constant currency ...