YOU.L - YouGov plc

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Previous close485.00
Open485.00
Bid475.00 x 0
Ask490.00 x 0
Day's range475.00 - 485.00
52-week range253.00 - 504.00
Volume33,295
Avg. volume117,679
Market cap511.636M
Beta0.34
PE ratio (TTM)98.98
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.02 (0.40%)
Ex-dividend date2017-11-30
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters - UK Focus4 days ago

    Britain's opposition Labour Party takes poll lead amid May's Brexit crisis

    Britain's opposition Labour Party, led by socialist Jeremy Corbyn, has taken a lead over the Conservative Party as Prime Minister Theresa May's government grapples with a crisis over Brexit, according to two opinion polls. May's government was rattled on Monday by the departures of foreign minister Boris Johnson - the face of Brexit for many - and her chief Brexit negotiator David Davis.

  • Reuters - UK Focus20 days ago

    UK inflation expectations rise to joint-highest level since 2013

    The British public's expectations for inflation over the next 5-10 years have risen to their joint-highest level since December 2013, and shorter-term price expectations are also on the rise, a monthly Citigroup (NYSE: C - news) /YouGov (LSE: YOU.L - news) survey showed on Tuesday. Citi said Britons' longer-term inflation expectations rose to 3.3 percent this month from 3.2 percent in May, matching a four-year high struck in December 2017. "The rise in the oil price has now led to a rebound in households' inflation expectations.

  • How Did YouGov plc’s (LON:YOU) 6.84% ROE Fare Against The Industry?
    Simply Wall St.21 days ago

    How Did YouGov plc’s (LON:YOU) 6.84% ROE Fare Against The Industry?

    I am writing today to help inform people who are new to the stock market and want a simplistic look at the return on YouGov plc (LON:YOU) stock. YouGov plcRead More...

  • Sky News Broadcast of Farage `Concession' Statement and YouGov Poll
    Bloomberg21 days ago

    Sky News Broadcast of Farage `Concession' Statement and YouGov Poll

    Sky News's Faisal Islam reports on Nigel Farage's "concession" statement and Adam Boulton interviews pollster Joe Twyman, then of YouGov, on June 23, 2016. This broadcast took place at 10 p.m., ...

  • The Brexit Short: How Hedge Funds Used Private Polls to Make Millions
    Bloomberg21 days ago

    The Brexit Short: How Hedge Funds Used Private Polls to Make Millions

    At 10 p.m. on June 23, 2016, Sky News projected the words “IN OR OUT” across the top of a London building as an orchestral score ratcheted up the tension. “In or out—it is too late to change your mind,” declared Adam Boulton, the veteran anchor, seated in a makeshift studio across from Big Ben. After the dramatic intro, Boulton jumped straight in with a huge exclusive, declaring he had “breaking news.” Nigel Farage, the global face of the Brexit campaign, had given Sky what sounded like a concession.

  • Growth Stocks Investors Love
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  • MarketWatch2 months ago

    Starbucks’ reputation among consumers hits 10-year low

    The coffee giant closed stores Tuesday afternoon for racial-bias training after two black men were forcibly removed from a store in Philadelphia in AprilReutersOn April 20, 28% of consumers would consider purchasing from Starbucks the next time they were buying food or drink. Starbucks has some work to do if it wants to recapture the trust of customers. The coffee giant dropped to its lowest reputation metric in 10 years, according to a YouGov BrandIndex score released Tuesday.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    UK short-run inflation expectations rise for first time since October - Citi/YouGov

    The British public's inflation expectations for the coming year rose this month for the first time since October, despite a series of bigger-than-expected falls in the official measure of consumer price inflation, a Citi/YouGov survey showed on Friday. Short-term inflation expectations rose to 2.5 percent from April's reading of 2.4 percent, while expectations for the next five to 10 years moved back in line with their long-run average of 3.2 percent from 3.1 percent the month before. "We suspect that rising oil and thus fuel prices have led to the reversal of the downtrend in short-term expectations," Citi economists Christian Schulz and Ann O'Kelly said.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    UK short-run inflation expectations rise for first time since Oct - Citi/YouGov

    The British public's inflation expectations for the coming year rose this month for the first time since October, despite a series of bigger-than-expected falls in the official measure of consumer price inflation, a Citi/YouGov (LSE: YOU.L - news) survey showed on Friday. Short-term inflation expectations rose to 2.5 percent from April's reading of 2.4 percent, while expectations for the next five to 10 years moved back in line with their long-run average of 3.2 percent from 3.1 percent the month before. Official data on Wednesday showed consumer price inflation unexpectedly dropped to a 14-month low of 2.4 percent.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    Falling investment, weak household spending drag on UK economy

    Falling business investment and the weakest household spending growth in more than three years marked a bad start to 2018 for Britain's economy, as official data on Friday confirmed it almost stagnated. ...

  • Reuters2 months ago

    UK households less confident as economy worries grow - survey

    YouGov, a polling firm, and the Centre for Economics and Business Research, a consultancy, said their consumer confidence index fell to 108.4, down 1.4 points from April. "If confidence doesn’t recover soon it could damage second-quarter growth prospects, which is especially undesirable given the weak performance at the start of the year," Nina Skero, Head of Macroeconomics at CEBR, said. Britain's economy slowed sharply between January and March, hurt by heavy snowfall and by the squeeze on consumer spending from high inflation and weak wage growth for much of the past year.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    UK households less confident as economy worries grow - survey

    YouGov (LSE: YOU.L - news) , a polling firm, and the Centre for Economics and Business Research, a consultancy, said their consumer confidence index fell to 108.4, down 1.4 points from April. "If confidence doesn’t recover soon it could damage second-quarter growth prospects, which is especially undesirable given the weak performance at the start of the year," Nina Skero, Head of Macroeconomics at CEBR, said. Britain's economy slowed sharply between January and March, hurt by heavy snowfall and by the squeeze on consumer spending from high inflation and weak wage growth for much of the past year.

  • Impact of Snapchat Redesign Was Worse Than You Think
    Motley Fool2 months ago

    Impact of Snapchat Redesign Was Worse Than You Think

    The vanishing message app significantly alienated its core user group with its changes.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    Meghan Markle will walk down the aisle without her father at royal wedding

    Meghan Markle confirmed she will walk down the aisle without her father when she weds Prince Harry in a glittering ceremony on Saturday, putting an end to days of speculation that has marred the build-up to Britain's biggest social event of the year. Outside the ancient walls of Windsor Castle, home to the English royal family for nearly 1,000 years, crowds of well-wishers mingled with tourists and swarms of television crews under swathes of red, white and blue Union flags.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    Two-thirds of Brits not interested in royal wedding - poll

    A global audience will be watching when Prince Harry weds his U.S. fiancee Meghan Markle on Saturday (Shenzhen: 002291.SZ - news) , but most Britons don't care much, a YouGov (LSE: YOU.L - news) poll said on Monday. Harry and Markle are set to marry at St George (Frankfurt: 11667148.F - news) 's Chapel in Windsor Castle with more than 5,000 media staff and around 100,000 well-wishers expected to descend on the market town. The poll by polling firm YouGov showed that 57 percent of respondents believed the royal family should pay not only for the wedding but also for the costs of police.

  • MarketWatch3 months ago

    One year after a passenger was dragged off a plane, have Americans forgiven United?

    Have customers forgiven United Airlines? In April 2017, United Airlines faced a crisis that went viral on social media in a matter of hours, brought an out-of-court settlement and, eventually, an apology from the company’s chief executive Oscar Munoz. On April 9, 2017, a 69-year-old doctor, David Dao, was forcibly removed from a United flight at Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport because the flight was overbooked.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    UK inflation expectations for year ahead steady in April - Citi

    Inflation expectations among people in Britain for the year ahead remained unchanged at 2.4 percent in April, according to a survey published by financial services firm Citi and polling firm YouGov. Expectations ...

  • MarketWatch3 months ago

    Starbucks drops to lowest consumer-perception level since November 2015

    It will close 8,000 U.S. stores for the afternoon of May 29 for racial-bias training after two black men were forcibly removed from a storeReutersSince last Friday, Starbucks’ ‘buzz score’ fell from 13 to -8 on Tuesday, a drop of 21 points in four days. Starbucks has some work to do if it wants to recapture the trust of customers. The coffee giant dropped to its lowest consumer-perception level since November 2015, according to a YouGov BrandIndex score released this week.

  • Brexit Bulletin: The Road to Another Referendum
    Bloomberg3 months ago

    Brexit Bulletin: The Road to Another Referendum

    Sign up to receive the Brexit Bulletin in your inbox, and follow @Brexit on Twitter.

  • Britons Back Holding a Vote on May's Brexit Deal
    Bloomberg3 months ago

    Britons Back Holding a Vote on May's Brexit Deal

    Britons support holding a vote on the final Brexit deal secured by Prime Minister Theresa May, according to a YouGov poll for the pro-remain group Best for Britain.

  • Democrats Take Positive View of Walmart in Reversal for Retailer
    Bloomberg4 months ago

    Democrats Take Positive View of Walmart in Reversal for Retailer

    Walmart Inc., which has taken more progressive stands on everything from worker pay to gay rights in recent years, has won over the majority of Democrats -- a reversal for a retailer that has long been ...

  • Brexit’s Big Short: Hedge Funds Hired Pollsters and Cashed In
    Bloomberg Video21 days ago

    Brexit’s Big Short: Hedge Funds Hired Pollsters and Cashed In

    Jun.25 -- A Bloomberg investigation has learned that U.K. polling firms sold hedge funds critical, advance information, on the day and in the days leading up to the Brexit referendum, putting them in a position to earn fortunes by short selling the British pound. Cam Simpson reports on "Bloomberg Surveillance."

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