YOU.L - YouGov plc

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Day's range331.66 - 339.90
52-week range230.00 - 360.00
Volume7,482
Avg. volume114,109
Market cap350.119M
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PE ratio (TTM)79.17
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Forward dividend & yield0.02 (0.59%)
Ex-dividend date2017-11-30
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  • Employers 'in dark ages' on pregnant women's rights, says equalities watchdog
    Sky News2 days ago

    Employers 'in dark ages' on pregnant women's rights, says equalities watchdog

    Employers are "living in the dark ages" on pregnant women's rights with six in 10 (59%) believing job applicants should have to disclose whether they are pregnant, new figures show. The poll from the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) also found more than a third (36%) felt it was reasonable during recruitment to ask women about their plans to have children in the future. Nearly half (46%) said it was acceptable to try to find out if female job applicants had young children, according to the survey by YouGov (LSE: YOU.L - news) for the equalities watchdog.

  • More Brits Now Favor Trump Visiting the U.K., Poll Says
    Bloomberg15 days ago

    More Brits Now Favor Trump Visiting the U.K., Poll Says

    President Donald Trump’s swipe at the U.K.’s venerated health-care system came just as the British public was starting to warm to him.

  • Reuters - UK Focus23 days ago

    UK consumers turn more confident at start of 2018 - YouGov/Cebr

    Polling firm YouGov (LSE: YOU.L - news) and the Centre for Economics and Business Research, a consultancy, said their consumer confidence index rose to 108.2 from 107.1 in December, helped by growing optimism among households about their finances.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    UK business confidence rises to 5-month high in Dec - Lloyds

    LONDON, Dec (Shanghai: 600875.SS - news) 22 (Reuters) - Confidence among British businesses has picked up to its highest level since July as firms expect a busier 2018, though optimism remains well below its level before last year's Brexit vote, a survey by Lloyds Bank showed on Friday. Lloyds' business barometer rose to +28 in December from +24 in November, compared with a pre-referendum average of +44. Official data due at 0930 GMT is expected to confirm that British annual economic growth held at 1.5 percent in the three months to September, compared with an average of more than 2 percent before the referendum to leave the European Union.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    UK long-run inflation expectations rise to 4-year high - Citi/YouGov

    LONDON, Dec (Shanghai: 600875.SS - news) 20 (Reuters) - The British public's expectations for inflation over the next five to 10 years are their highest in four years, and shorter-run expectations have also risen, a monthly survey by polling company YouGov (LSE: YOU.L - news) showed on Wednesday. Official data released last week showed that consumer price inflation rose to its highest in nearly six years at 3.1 percent in November, pushed up largely by the fall in the pound since last year's Brexit vote. Wednesday's survey, sponsored by U.S. bank Citi, showed that expectations for inflation over the next five to 10 years rose to 3.3 percent in December from 3.2 percent in November, above its long-run average and its highest since December 2013.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    Euro zone sentiment booms, inflation expectations grow

    Euro zone economic sentiment rose in November for the sixth consecutive month to its highest level in more than 17 years, data from the European Commission showed on Wednesday, while inflation expectations grew. The new rise confirmed the solid economic recovery of the 19-country currency bloc despite the strong euro and political crisis in two of its largest members, Germany and Spain.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    UK newspapers try to guess Prince Harry and Meghan's mystery matchmaker

    Britain's newspapers were rife with speculation on Wednesday about the mystery matchmaker of Queen Elizabeth's grandson Prince Harry and his fiancee American actress Meghan Markle who met on a blind date in London last year. "We should protect her privacy and not reveal too much of that," said Markle, with Harry adding: "We'll protect her privacy yeah. On its front page, the Times newspaper declared that it was the fashion designer Misha Nonoo, who was born in Bahrain and raised in London.

  • 'Black Friday' sales bonanza no boost for London stock market
    AFP3 months ago

    'Black Friday' sales bonanza no boost for London stock market

    The Christmas spending splurge can make or break the year for retailers. However, a squeeze in British workers' incomes -- due to Brexit-induced inflation and fierce competition from online sales -- is ...

  • Brexit-charged inflation bites into Christmas shopping
    AFP3 months ago

    Brexit-charged inflation bites into Christmas shopping

    A Christmas market in Nottingham, where shoppers complain about higher prices and volunteers hand out food parcels just a few streets away.

  • 'Black Friday' sales bonanza fails to boost London stock market
    AFP3 months ago

    'Black Friday' sales bonanza fails to boost London stock market

    The Christmas spending splurge can make or break the year for retailers. However, a squeeze in British workers' incomes -- due to Brexit-induced inflation and fierce competition from online sales -- is ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    UK mortgage approvals hit 13-month low, consumer morale ebbs

    British banks approved the fewest mortgages in 13 months and consumer confidence is lower than at any time since last year's Brexit vote because of a weaker housing market, according to surveys that add ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    Sexual harassment at work: where do you draw the line?

    From joking about a colleague's sex life to casual butt-pinching, businesses are rife with sexual harassment and pressure to eliminate it is mounting - but which behaviours cross the line? While groping a workmate or showing them porn on your computer may be universally frowned upon, experts say sexual harassment can be difficult to combat because people have different reactions to others' behaviour. "No means no, but there is a lot of room for error and embarrassment before you get to it," said Martin Sirakov, who works for a healthcare provider in London.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    UK public inflation expectations drop in Nov - Citi/YouGov

    The British public's expectations for inflation over the next 12 months dropped to 2.6 percent this month from October's four-year high of 2.8 percent, a monthly survey by polling company YouGov showed ...

  • UK short-run inflation expectations rise to four-year high - Citi/YouGov
    Reuters4 months ago

    UK short-run inflation expectations rise to four-year high - Citi/YouGov

    The British public's expectations for inflation over the coming 12 months are the highest in four years, a monthly YouGov poll showed on Wednesday, after Britain's official measure of inflation hit a five-year high in September. The YouGov poll, conducted for U.S. bank Citi, showed that the average expectation for inflation over the next 12 months rose to 2.8 percent in October, its highest since October 2013, from 2.5 percent in September. Longer-term inflation expectations for the next five to 10 years edged up to 3.2 percent from 3.1 percent, bringing them in line with the survey's long-run average, Citi said.

  • Reuters - UK Focus6 months ago

    UK public's inflation expectations rise in August - Citi/YouGov

    The British public's expectations for inflation over the next 12 months edged up in August, a survey for Citi by polling company YouGov (LSE: YOU.L - news) showed on Friday. Households' expectations for inflation in a year's time rose to 2.6 percent for August from 2.5 percent in July, matching July's official reading for consumer price inflation. The Brexit vote in June 2016 led to a big fall in the value of sterling, which has pushed up inflation, gnawing at consumers' disposable income this year.

  • Reuters - UK Focus6 months ago

    UK consumer morale edges up but gloom over finances deepens - YouGov/Cebr

    British consumer morale improved slightly in August but remained subdued overall as households became gloomier about their finances, a survey showed on Friday. The monthly consumer confidence index from pollster YouGov and consultancy Cebr rose to 107.6 from 107.2 in July, aided by an increase in its measures of job security and house prices. "Although this month's consumer confidence figures bring good news, they have to be placed in context – they have not yet returned to where they were ahead of the election," YouGov analyst Stephen Harmston said.

  • Reuters - UK Focus7 months ago

    British consumer morale steadies in July but at low levels - YouGov/Cebr

    British consumer confidence steadied last month after falling sharply in the aftermath of June's inconclusive national election, but it still marked the weakest two months in four years, a survey published on Monday showed. Pollster YouGov and the Centre for Economics and Business Research (Cebr) consultancy said its consumer confidence index crept back up to 107.3 in July from 107.1 in June.

  • Reuters - UK Focus7 months ago

    UK inflation expectations edge lower in July - Citi/YouGov

    The British public's expectations for inflation over the next 12 months eased slightly in July, according to a survey on Tuesday that may ease worries among Bank of England officials about underlying price pressures in the economy. The Citi/YouGov (LSE: YOU.L - news) report showed year-ahead inflation expectations slipped in July to 2.5 percent from 2.6 percent in June. "There is ... no sign of above-target headline inflation having 'adverse consequences for inflation expectations', which would require immediate action," economists from Citi said, quoting the minutes from the BoE (Shenzhen: 000725.SZ - news) 's June rate-setting meeting.

  • Reuters - UK Focus7 months ago

    Nearly half of UK exporters yet to do Brexit rethink - survey

    Almost half of British exporters have not reviewed their sales strategy in the year since Britain voted to leave the European Union, potentially leaving them exposed to losses, a survey by Lloyds Banking Group showed on Friday. The EU bought 44 percent of Britain's good and services exports in 2015 and many employers are worried about the risk of new barriers to trade with the bloc after Brexit. "Wait-and-see is not really an adequate strategy for exporters," said Clive Higglesden, a banker from a division of Lloyds that provides services to firms selling overseas.

  • Reuters - UK Focus8 months ago

    British grocers' sales growth at five-year high on rising food prices

    British supermarkets recorded their highest sales growth in five years in the latest quarter, driven by rising food prices, industry data showed on Tuesday. Market researcher Kantar Worldpanel said UK ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus8 months ago

    Plunge in UK confidence hits Debenhams, adds to slowdown fears

    British consumer confidence plunged during the political crisis sparked by Prime Minister Theresa May's election flop, hitting the sales of general retailers such as Debenhams just as shoppers' spending power is undermined by the pound's fall. Two major surveys showed confidence among British consumers and retailers had fallen back to levels last seen in the wake of the shock 2016 Brexit vote which thrust Britain's $2.5 trillion economy onto an uncertain path. Polling firm YouGov (LSE: YOU.L - news) said it expected economic growth to fall sharply over the coming months while the Confederation of British Industry said retailers were downbeat about July.

  • Consumer confidence plunged after election: research
    Sky News8 months ago

    Consumer confidence plunged after election: research

    Research from YouGov (LSE: YOU.L - news) and the Centre for Economics and Business Research (Cebr) showed the hung parliament produced a sharp fall similar to that seen following the referendum a year ago. Two key factors were a decline in optimism over house prices and a "continuing slow puncture of people's household financial situations", the report said. The consumer confidence measure fell from 109.1 prior to the election result to 105.2 in the 12 days afterwards, compared to a fall from 111.9 to 104.3 following the vote on EU membership.

  • Reuters - UK Focus8 months ago

    UK consumer confidence plunges after PM May's election flop - YouGov/Cebr

    Britain's messy election outcome and a weakening of the housing market have caused a sharp of loss of confidence among consumers, leaving the country dependent on exports to avoid a recession, according to a survey published on Tuesday. An index of consumer confidence produced by polling firm YouGov (LSE: YOU.L - news) fell back to just above levels last seen just after last year's shock referendum decision to leave the European Union. "Our preliminary assessment is that economic growth will fall sharply over the coming months and the country will only be saved from recession by strong international trade," said Douglas McWilliams, deputy chairman at the Centre for Economics and Business Research which produces the index with YouGov.

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