|Bid||2,440.00 x 111900|
|Ask||2,600.00 x 382000|
|Day's Range||2,456.50 - 2,483.00|
|52 Week Range||2,216.50 - 2,735.50|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||19.36|
|Earnings Date||Jan 24, 2018 - Jan 29, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.50 (2.00%)|
|1y Target Est||2,653.48|
Tom Day, Diageo Beer Company USA chairman, discusses the company opening the brand to the craft beer market in the US and the impact of aluminum tariffs on the industry.
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By Helen Reid and Kit Rees LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's FTSE 100 advanced on Thursday as sterling retreated from its highest level since the Brexit vote, while focus turned from geopolitical risks to corporate ...
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LONG BEACH, Calif., April 13, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- For the second year in a row, and as part of the brand's "Live Generously and Life Will Treat You Royally" campaign, Crown Royal is enabling race fans of legal drinking age to submit names of their military heroes for display on the Crown Royal Wall of Gratitude. Today, Crown Royal and the Andretti Autosport team held a press conference to announce the driving force behind the program, which aims to honor military men and women at one of racing's most legendary venues. Names of military honorees will be collected by Crown Royal now through Memorial Day weekend, with a goal of 31,680 names.
A plunge in software firm Sage's (SGE.L) shares put pressure on Britain's top share index on Friday, while a rising pound weighed on big overseas earners. The blue chip FTSE 100 (.FTSE) index closed up 0.1 percent and posted a weekly gain - 1 percent - for the third time in a row, its best winning streak since early January as the focus turns to the upcoming first quarter earnings season. Shares in Sage were down 8.1 percent, recouping some earlier losses, after the company cut its full-year revenue growth forecast after software subscription growth slowed in the first half.
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Renewed caution among investors dented Britain's top share index on Wednesday as Western forces discussed possible military action against Syria, although strong results from Tesco pushed its shares higher. The FTSE 100 (.FTSE) was down 0.13 percent, though it remained near the six-week high it reached on Tuesday after several days of gains. "Western military action against Syria seems imminent - and that is obviously going to lead to lots of worse things than yield curves being flattened/levelled entirely if it happens," Rabobank analysts said in a note.
SAP is revising how it prices its core business planning software after a legal crackdown against high-profile customers Diageo and AB InBev caused a backlash with its wider customer base, who feared they might be hit by hidden, indirect charges. The German company said on Tuesday it will offer a new model for sales, licence audits and pricing that will serve as an alternative to its decades-old approach of charging customers by the number of users accessing its software. The new pricing model, known as "indirect access" covers the increasing use of SAP products with non-SAP systems, running automated processes in the cloud or handling machine-to-machine transactions by internet-connected devices or sensors, the so-called "internet of things".
SAP is revising how it prices its core business planning software after a legal crackdown against high-profile customers Diageo and AB InBev caused a backlash with its wider customer base, who feared they might be hit by hidden, indirect charges. The new pricing model, known as "indirect access" covers the increasing use of SAP products with non-SAP systems, running automated processes in the cloud or handling machine-to-machine transactions by internet-connected devices or sensors, the so-called "internet of things". The changes mean customers pay handling fees only when significant business processes or outcomes are achieved, rather than simply because a random technical process was triggered, indirectly, through an SAP software system.
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Britain's FTSE 100 managed a small gain on Wednesday despite global trade worries denting appetite for risky assets, as investors piled into defensive sectors which make up a large part of the UK index. The blue-chip FTSE 100 (.FTSE) closed 0.1 percent higher, while mid-caps (.FTMC) fell 0.7 percent. Worries over global trade have weighed on stocks over the past month, with the Trump administration set to unveil a list of Chinese advanced technology imports targeted for U.S. tariffs to punish Beijing over technology transfer policies.
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AMSTERDAM/LONDON, March 27 (Reuters) - Veon Chief Executive Jean-Yves Charlier resigned on Tuesday after three years during which he led the company through a period of upheaval and repositioned the telecom operator to become a new internet services provider. Charlier's duties will be temporarily assumed by Veon's new chairwoman, Ursula Burns, who formerly headed Xerox and was the first African-American woman to head a Fortune 500 company. Charlier steered the formerly Russian-based company known as Vimpelcom through tough financial times and a name change to Veon following a bribery scandal in Uzbekistan that was settled with Dutch and American authorities in 2016 for $795 million.
British shares fell to a new 15-month low on Wednesday as Kingfisher (KGF.L) and Moss Bros (MOSB.L) piled more bad news on a UK retail industry reeling from the surge in e-commerce. Any end to the sustained squeeze on UK household incomes was not showing through in the retail industry on Wednesday, however. Formal clothing chain Moss Bros lost nearly a quarter of its market value after a profit warning it blamed on supply chain problems and fewer customers in its stores.
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