WWTH - With, Inc.

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52-week range0.0002 - 0.0011
Volume15,000
Avg. volume357,226
Market cap57,595
Beta1.27
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  • Reuters - UK Focus7 hours ago

    "It's not too late to save Brexit," Johnson tells UK parliament

    Boris Johnson, who quit as Britain's former foreign minister last week, accused Prime Minister Theresa May on Wednesday of planning a phoney Brexit that would betray voters by failing to take the country completely out of the European Union. The former London mayor, who has made his ambition to be prime minister clear in the past, told parliament he backed May but then savaged her Brexit policy saying it would leave Britain in a "miserable, permanent limbo". Johnson led the main "leave" campaign in the 2016 referendum and is once again positioning himself as the champion of hard-Brexiteers against moderates who say Britain must compromise with Brussels to keep preferable access to the EU market.

  • EasyJet raises profit horizon despite costs of strike turbulence
    Sky News10 hours ago

    EasyJet raises profit horizon despite costs of strike turbulence

    EasyJet (Frankfurt: A1JTC1 - news) has raised its full-year profit expectations despite soaring costs from strikes. The no-frills carrier said it was planning to step up its battle to have air traffic control strikes in France banned after revealing it had to cancel 2,606 flights in its third quarter to the end of June. It said a "significant" majority of the cancellations were due to industrial action - mainly in France and also Italy.

  • Reuters - UK Focus20 hours ago

    Going, going gone for Australia's house price boom. And some investors smell trouble

    It's a winter weekend in Sydney's bustling northern suburb of Chatswood and a three-bedroom family house sporting an endless garden is up for auction. Auctions are a bellwether of demand in property-obsessed Australia, where attending sales is almost a national pastime. It is therefore telling that only just over half were successful the weekend last month a Reuters reporter visited some of Sydney’s auctions, compared to more than two-thirds for all of last year.

  • Reuters - UK Focusyesterday

    Fed's Powell: Years of strong jobs, low inflation still ahead

    Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said on Tuesday he sees the United States on track for years more of steady growth, but was challenged in a congressional hearing by senators worried the Trump administration's trade policies were already damaging businesses in their districts. Powell in written testimony to the Senate Banking Committee and in his response to questions about a possible "trade war" largely discounted the risks and said there would be a positive outcome if the administration's bargaining ultimately produced a world of lower tariffs.

  • European Union signs its biggest ever trade deal after striking agreement with Japan
    Sky Newsyesterday

    European Union signs its biggest ever trade deal after striking agreement with Japan

    The European Union's largest ever trade deal has been signed with Japan. The presidents of the European Council and the European Commission, Donald Tusk and Jean-Claude Juncker, were in the Japanese capital of Tokyo on behalf of the 28 EU member states for the signing ceremony. A joint statement released with the Japanese government afterwards said: "Today marks a historic step as we celebrate the signing of a highly ambitious trade agreement between two of the world's largest economies.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 days ago

    GRAPHIC-Smelting constraints make zinc's price plunge look overdone

    Prices of the metal, which is used to galvanise steel, have underperformed other LME metals this year. Wood Mackenzie analyst Jonathan Leng expects supplies of zinc concentrate to rise by 300,000 tonnes in 2018, 900,000 tonnes in 2019 and 1.25 million tonnes in 2020, but he says this will not mean a swift surge in supplies of refined metal. "With (Other OTC: WWTH - news) little new smelter capacity being built in recent years outside China and the construction of new capacity in China having slowed dramatically, refined production may be constrained by smelter capacity," Leng said.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 days ago

    Lead Brexit campaign group faces police inquiry over its spending

    Britain's officially designated Brexit campaign group, Vote Leave, was fined 61,000 pounds ($81,000) on Tuesday for breaching spending rules in the 2016 referendum and was referred to the police by the Electoral Commission. The move by the commission, which said serious breaches of the law had been committed by Vote Leave, added to calls from opponents of Brexit for a re-run of the referendum on European Union membership, though Prime Minister Theresa May has repeatedly ruled out another vote.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 days ago

    Boeing lifts industry demand forecast as air show deals roll on

    Boeing (Swiss: BA-USD.SW - news) raised its rolling 20-year industry forecast for passenger and cargo aircraft on Tuesday, as a steady flow of deals on day two of the Farnborough Airshow underscored the industry's resilience to rising global trade tensions. The world's biggest planemaker predicted 42,700 industry deliveries over the next two decades, up three percent from its estimate of 41,030 a year ago.

  • Wage growth at weakest level since January
    Sky News2 days ago

    Wage growth at weakest level since January

    There has been a further slowdown in the rate of pay growth, as the Bank of England mulls the timing of an interest rate rise. The Office for National Statistics (ONS) reported that average weekly wages, excluding bonuses, rose by 2.7% in the three months to May. Rising wages have been a key factor for the Bank as it prepares to determine if the economy is strong enough to withstand an increase in borrowing costs.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 days ago

    Sterling settles near 8-month lows as Brexit uncertainty weighs

    Sterling held near eight-month lows on Tuesday after a series of votes in parliament exposed the growing rift within Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservative Party over a Brexit roadmap. By accepting the demands of hardline Brexit campaigners, she exposed her vulnerability in parliament, where both wings of her Conservative Party attacked each other, highlighting the deep divisions that have so far hampered progress in talks with the European Union. "We believe the risk of Parliament rejecting any deal put in front of them late in 2018, or early in 2019, is increasing, and this puts both the agreement on future relationships and the transition period after the end of March 2019 in serious jeopardy," John Wraith, a strategist at UBS (LSE: 0QNR.L - news) , said in a note.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 days ago

    Golf-Harrington says Open hopefuls must be ready to gamble

    Padraig Harrington, who won the British Open the last time it was staged at Carnoustie 11 years ago, believes a bold and fearless approach will pay dividends at golf's oldest major this week. With (Other OTC: WWTH - news) 13 par fours dominating the 18-hole landscape at the par-71 links course, the genial Irishman says the players with genuine title aspirations must occasionally take a gamble by going for their shots. "You have only three par threes and two par fives, so you're not given a lot of options," Harrington told reporters on Monday.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 days ago

    LIVE MARKETS-Slippery oil stocks another trade war casualty

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  • EU immigration to Britain falls to five-year low - ONS figures
    Sky News3 days ago

    EU immigration to Britain falls to five-year low - ONS figures

    The number of immigrants moving from the European Union to Britain fell by a quarter to a five-year low last year. An estimated 101,000 more people arrived in the UK from the bloc than left during the year. Overall net long-term migration, including arrivals and departures of non-EU nationals, was about 282,000 in 2017.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 days ago

    LIVE MARKETS-Europe and Asia: the new "special relationship"?

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  • Reuters - UK Focus3 days ago

    LIVE MARKETS-Midday snapshot: at fresh lows

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  • Reuters - UK Focus3 days ago

    LIVE MARKETS-Tech is in this summer, banks not so much

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  • Reuters - UK Focus3 days ago

    GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks struggle as earnings hopes compete with China growth fears

    European stock markets struggled on Monday as expectations for a flurry of bumper corporate earnings and merger speculation fought with fears about the escalating trade conflict between Beijing and Washington. ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 days ago

    LIVE MARKETS-The global M&A boom: not as big as it looks

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  • Reuters - UK Focus3 days ago

    LIVE MARKETS-Investors still wary of chasing cyclicals

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  • Reuters - UK Focus3 days ago

    MORNING BID EUROPE-Nessun Dorma Trump fired up ahead of Putin summit

    It's as if the sun never goes down on Donald Trump's tweet account. Putin would clearly like a deal to restore full diplomatic staff levels after a round of mutual expulsions over the poisoning of a former Russian spy in Britain. Trump, after all, sees himself as the consummate deal-maker.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 days ago

    LIVE MARKETS-Opening snapshot: European shares pull higher

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  • Reuters - UK Focus3 days ago

    LIVE MARKETS-What to watch at the open: DAX, Indivior, Dialog

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  • Reuters - UK Focus3 days ago

    LIVE MARKETS-Futures decline as weaker China data weighs

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  • Reuters - UK Focus3 days ago

    UK heatwave, World Cup snap consumers out of winter gloom - Visa

    British consumers picked up the pace of their spending in June for the second month running, the first back-to-back increases in over a year, a survey showed on Monday, another sign that the economy is past its weak start to 2018. Payment firm Visa (Xetra: A0NC7B - news) said inflation-adjusted spending on its credit and debit cards was 0.7 percent higher than in June last year, helped by warm weather and the soccer World Cup, following a 0.9 percent increase in May. Mark Antipof, chief commercial officer at Visa, said a heatwave and the World Cup had led to particularly strong increases in spending in restaurants and bars.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 days ago

    British PM May warns rebels: Back me or risk 'no Brexit at all'

    British Prime Minister Theresa May warned her divided party on Sunday that there may be "no Brexit at all" if they wrecked her plan to forge a close relationship with the European Union after leaving the world's biggest trading bloc. Linking the fate of Brexit to her own survival in such an explicit way indicates just how precarious May's position remains after her government was thrust into crisis and U.S. President Donald Trump publicly criticised her Brexit strategy.

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