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|Day's Range||15.70 - 15.70|
|52 Week Range||14.60 - 17.35|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.41|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||17.92|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.78 (5.00%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
FT subscribers can click here to receive Brussels Briefing every day by email. Thierry Breton, President Emmanuel Macron’s nominee as France’s EU Commissioner, has made what he hopes is a decisive move in his fight to douse controversy about potential conflicts of interest. It’s a sweeping move by the man who was chairman and chief executive of French tech group Atos when Mr Macron tapped him for Brussels last month.
What if William of Orange had never deposed James II? A band of Stuart devotees called Jacobites continued fighting for the cause for most of the next century, guided by a single aim: a Stuart restoration. In popular memory, the Jacobites are accompanied by the wheezing of bagpipes, demeaned as “kilted anachronisms” who spent most of the 18th century sulking in the Scottish Highlands.
The murderous Druidic rite of the Wicker Man has come down to us only via Caesar’s Gallic Wars, as dubious as any history penned solely by the victors. In series two of the Butterworths’ (writers Tom and Jez, together with James Richardson) crazed Romans in Britain epic, Britannia, the Emperor Claudius (Steve Pemberton) brings his own historian along to this benighted isle, ready to turn a plain wooden temple into marble with a stroke of his stylus. Some of the previous cast will not be joining us this time around, most memorably Kelly Reilly’s peerless, dauntless and finally heartless warrior princess Kerra.
Today I will examine Orange S.A.'s (ENXTPA:ORA) latest earnings update (30 June 2019) and compare these figures...