EXPN.L - Experian plc

LSE - LSE Delayed Price. Currency in GBp
+4.00 (+0.26%)
At close: 5:02PM BST
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Previous Close1,562.00
Bid1,362.00 x 503400
Ask1,600.00 x 26700
Day's Range1,561.00 - 1,574.00
52 Week Range1,380.00 - 1,708.00
Avg. Volume2,163,669
Market Cap14.29B
PE Ratio (TTM)17.13
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.41 (2.11%)
Ex-Dividend Date2017-06-22
1y Target EstN/A
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    CNBC Videos19 days ago

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    Credit giant Experian leads $30M investment in India's BankBazaar

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  • Why Experian plc (LSE:EXPN) Could Be A Buy
    Simply Wall St.6 days ago

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  • Financial Times11 days ago

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  • Forbes12 days ago

    How To Lock And Monitor Your 3 Credit Reports For Free

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  • Reuters13 days ago

    Credit monitor TransUnion hires new Washington lobbyists

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  • Equifax makes money by knowing a lot about you
    Associated Press17 days ago

    Equifax makes money by knowing a lot about you

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  • Forbes18 days ago

    How Equifax, Experian And Trans Union 'Print Money' By Selling Consumers Their Own Data

    There’s something wrong with the credit rating system of America that must be fixed.

  • Investopedia18 days ago

    Experian Vs. Equifax: An Overview

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  • MarketWatch22 days ago

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  • Is Experian plc (LSE:EXPN) A Sell At Its Current Price?
    Simply Wall St.23 days ago

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  • Why a Credit Freeze Is Better Than a Credit Lock
    Consumer Reports24 days ago

    Why a Credit Freeze Is Better Than a Credit Lock

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  • Associated Press24 days ago

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  • Reuters25 days ago

    COLUMN-Where consumers should turn after the Equifax breach

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  • Post-Hack, Is Equifax (EFX) Stock Doomed To Fail Or Destined To Rebound?
    InvestorPlace26 days ago

    Post-Hack, Is Equifax (EFX) Stock Doomed To Fail Or Destined To Rebound?

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  • The Wall Street Journal27 days ago

    [$$] Equifax FAQs: Answers to Potential Hack Victims’ Most Common Questions

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    Equifax: Thoughts After the Casualty

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  • Reuterslast month

    New York governor says Equifax, other credit reporting companies must register with state

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  • MarketWatchlast month

    Perfect timing? Experian is hiring reporters to explain credit

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  • How to Freeze Your Credit While Applying for a Loan
    Consumer Reportslast month

    How to Freeze Your Credit While Applying for a Loan

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  • Barrons.comlast month

    Equifax: But Think About the Public Good!

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  • Reuterslast month

    Equifax CEO to testify before House panel on hack

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  • MarketWatchlast month

    Still confused after the Equifax breach? Here’s what you need to know

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