Russell Breweries Inc. (RB.V)

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0.060.00 (0.00%)
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Market Cap5.66M
P/E Ratio (ttm)4.33
Avg Vol (3m)40,800
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    The average pay of bosses in Britain's FTSE 100 rose more than 10 percent in 2015 to an average of 5.5 million pounds, according to a survey that is likely to reinforce a drive by Prime Minister Theresa May to curb excessive pay. Britain's new prime minister has denounced as irrational and unhealthy the yawning gap between the amounts paid to bosses and those paid to the average worker, vowing to better align incentives with the long-term interests of companies. A survey by the High Pay Centre said the average FTSE 100 chief executive's pay package hit 5.48 million pounds ($7.15 million) in 2015, up from 4.96 million pounds in 2014, meaning CEOs now earn 140 times more than their employees on average.

  • Reuters28 days ago

    Consumer goods firms plot new paths amid e-commerce boom

    Consumer goods maker Reckitt Benckiser has ramped up its efforts to sell items such as condoms and vitamins online, aiming to capture new revenue streams as traditional markets get more competitive. Reckitt's own Durex condom website in China is already its single largest customer in the world's fastest-growing e-commerce market, doubling the number of unique visitors over the last year to over 20 million. As part of its drive, the group has established a new global "e-business unit" that Chief Executive Rakesh Kapoor says will help it deal better with customers like, be present in marketplaces like those offered by Alibaba and probe new areas such as cross-border e-commerce and direct-selling websites.

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    The best-performing mutual funds avoided explicit directional bets on the outcome of last month's UK vote to leave the European Union, sitting out the volatility by latching on early to large, defensive, dividend-paying blue chip stocks. This strategy has, so far at least, been the big winner post-referendum as UK stock markets stabilise after the sharp downdraft in the aftermath of the vote. For returns over the past month that capture the market's swings following the Brexit vote, however, that ratio has worsened significantly.