|Bid||0.00 x 0|
|Ask||550.00 x 0|
|Day's Range||217.50 - 223.50|
|52 Week Range||215.00 - 512.00|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.91|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||13.27|
|Earnings Date||May 30, 2019 - May 30, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.25 (11.24%)|
|1y Target Est||577.50|
The latest earnings release De La Rue plc's (LON:DLAR) announced in June 2019 suggested that the company faced a major...
Shares of U.K.-listed currency printer De La Rue dropped 12% in London trade as the company said the UK Serious Fraud Office has opened an investigation into suspected corruption in the conduct of business in South Sudan. De La Rue says it intended to cooperate with the probe. It said it is not possible "to predict reliably what effect their outcome may have on De La Rue."
As De La Rue plc (LON:DLAR) released its earnings announcement on 30 March 2019, analysts seem cautiously optimistic...
British union Unite attributed the job cuts to the lost contract, adding the losses were for skilled printing jobs working on the foreign currency contracts, with 100 passport printing jobs due to go in the autumn. De La Rue lost the post-Brexit UK passport contract last year to Franco-Dutch group Gemalto, in a move that the government said was an expression of British independence and sovereignty after the vote to leave the European Union. A spokeswoman for De La Rue said the company was in the final stages of a footprint restructuring programme that was announced in 2015.
HID Global®, a worldwide leader in trusted identity solutions, today announced that it has signed an agreement to acquire the international identity solutions business of De La Rue (DLAR.L). The acquisition will broaden HID Global’s leadership position in the government-to-citizen identification market and extend its capabilities. Through its identity solutions business, De La Rue delivers identity documents and software solutions for governments around the world.
European stocks rose on Thursday, boosted by media firms enjoying their best day in nearly five months on an earnings result and a potential deal - but the main regional index was on track to post its first monthly decline of 2019. Trading volumes were under 80% their 90-day average due to market holidays in countries including Switzerland, Denmark and Sweden.
De La Rue’s shares crashed 25% on Thursday after it issued a drastic profit warning, ousted its chief executive, started a three-year cost-cutting plan and put itself at risk of a foreign takeover. Thursday’s warning is the third in two years and adds to De La Rue’s embarrassment after it lost out in the race to make post-Brexit passports to French rival Gemalto. Crystal Amber fund manager Richard Bernstein, a 5% shareholder, was furious at the board and predicted De La Rue would now fall to a foreign takeover.
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Banknotes printer De La Rue is shaking up its passports division after losing out on the £500 million tender to make the new, blue British passport. The 197-year-old company, which controversially lost the contract to French firm Gemalto, will focus on selling off-the-shelf security features to countries who print their own passports. Chief executive Martin Sutherland said: “We want to focus the growth in the identity business on the supply of those security features.