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YouGov plc (YOU.L)


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Previous close285.00
Open285.00
Bid0.00 x 600000
Ask0.00 x 500000
Day's range289.00 - 289.00
52-week range152.50 - 294.00
Volume9,210
Avg. volume59,914
Market cap299.49M
BetaN/A
PE ratio (TTM)83.82
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  • Reuters - UK Focusyesterday

    UK Conservatives resurge as Scots shun new referendum on independence-poll

    Nearly half of Scottish voters do not want another referendum on independence and the issue appears to be driving up support for the Conservatives ahead of a June election, according to a YouGov (LSE: YOU.L - news) poll published in The Times newspaper on Friday. The poll also showed Theresa May's Conservatives due to win more seats in Scotland in the upcoming election than it has held for decades, rising to eight seats by taking seven from Nicola Sturgeon's Scottish National Party (SNP). The survey also showed a decline in the approval ratings of Sturgeon herself, who leads the devolved Scottish government.

  • Reuters - UK Focusyesterday

    Half of Scots don't want independence vote before Brexit - YouGov poll

    Nearly half of Scottish voters do not want another referendum on independence from the United (Shenzhen: 000925.SZ - news) Kingdom before it leaves the European Union, according to a YouGov (LSE: YOU.L - news) poll published in The Times newspaper on Friday. According to the poll 49 percent of Scots are against a referendum being held between the autumn of 2018 and the spring of 2019 - the timetable proposed by Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon. Scots voted by a wide margin to stick with the European Union in last June's referendum, clashing with the UK as a whole which voted to leave.

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 days ago

    Brexit to dominate as May sets out stall for UK re-election

    Whatever Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservatives promise in their manifesto before a June election, managing Britain's exit from the European Union will limit her opportunity to push wide-ranging radical domestic change. Brexit is already diverting government attention from other, often pressing, issues - the number of laws coming into force has dived to a 20-year low - and parliament will be occupied for a long time in deciding the fate of EU legislation introduced during Britain's four-decade membership of the bloc. May, who was appointed prime minister shortly after Britain voted last year to leave the EU, has framed the election on June 8 as an opportunity to bolster support for her Brexit plan, while saying it will help her put her own stamp on government.