|Bid||344.80 x 231300|
|Ask||344.80 x 54100|
|Day's Range||343.10 - 350.28|
|52 Week Range||275.00 - 410.80|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.62|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||6.52|
|Earnings Date||Jun 15, 2017 - Jun 16, 2017|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.33 (9.49%)|
|1y Target Est||404.70|
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The FTSE 100 and the FTSE 250 lost 0.6 percent each. Sainsbury's tumbled 4.7 percent to a near three-year low after the supermarket chain scrapped its proposed 7.3 billion pound takeover of Walmart-owned Asda after the deal was blocked by Britain's competition regulator. "The failure of securing a merger with Asda leaves the group in a bit of a vacuum, with leadership and strategic uncertainties the byproduct of the CMA's rebuttal," Jefferies analysts said.
It said costs had risen more than expected early this year due to surprisingly high demand for materials amid a buildup of buffer stocks in the industry on political uncertainty related partly to Britain's decision to leave the European Union. Taylor Wimpey now expects building costs to rise about 5 percent in 2019 versus a previous 3-4 percent forecast. Taylor Wimpey's shares fell 7.6 percent to 177.7 pence, pushing them to the bottom of London's blue chip index and dragging down rivals Persimmon Plc, Barratt Development Plc and Berkeley.
Galliford, known for construction projects ranging from the redevelopment of the Wimbledon tennis venue to hospitals and city bypasses, said that the review would reduce the construction business, to focus on more profitable sectors, and crimp earnings this year. The decision to review the construction business comes weeks after former finance director Graham Prothero took over as the builder's chief executive. The unit, which does not include house building, is Galliford's biggest business accounting for around a third of group sales.
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The FTSE 100 added 0.3 percent, lagging behind European peers as Brexit uncertainties kept a lid on gains, while the FTSE 250 firmed by 0.5 percent. After British lawmakers on Monday wrested control of the parliamentary agenda from the government for a day in the hope of breaking the Brexit deadlock, two eurosceptic MPs indicated they might support Prime Minister Theresa May's EU divorce deal rather than risk parliament cancelling the exit.
Truscott will replace Patrick Bergin, who agreed to step down as CEO and from the board at the annual meeting on Tuesday, Crest said. Galliford said Finance Director Graham Prothero will become its new chief executive officer.
The FTSE 100 bounced 0.9 percent, comfortably outperforming its European peers, as the pound dipped amid growing concern that a no-deal Brexit would become a reality. Many large UK-listed firms earn the bulk of their income abroad in foreign currencies and their shares benefit from a falling pound. The midcap FTSE 250, more domestically focussed, was 0.2 percent lower.
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Cooper, who joins from J Sainsbury plc's, would be tasked with returning the housebuilder to a stable growth path after it continued to suffer from stuttered demand amidst Brexit uncertainty. The company, traditionally associated with upmarket properties in southern England, recently forecast a "difficult" first half as its full-year profit fell short of expectations while adding that it was cutting costs, reviewing its supply chain and processes, and shoring up falling margins.
Daring investors are dipping their toes back into UK housebuilders, attracted by high dividend yields and low valuations even though they are seen as among the most vulnerable sectors in the event of a messy Brexit. As Britain's exit from the EU remains shrouded in fog, housebuilders have been top targets for short sellers betting on a fall in the shares, but recent data shows short positions have fallen and some investors are buying back in. To those investors, Brexit fears and the perceived risk to housebuilders also give the potential for strong rallies.
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