|Bid||0.00 x 0|
|Ask||0.00 x 0|
|Day's Range||15.74 - 15.96|
|52 Week Range||12.29 - 15.96|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||0.86|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||64.05|
|Earnings Date||Feb 27, 2020|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.36 (2.29%)|
|Ex-Dividend Date||May 23, 2019|
|1y Target Est||11.95|
Getlink SE said Thursday that it expects revenue for the fourth quarter to fall amid Brexit uncertainty and demonstrations in France, with full-year revenue showing a small increase
European stocks rose on Thursday in their first opportunity to react to the U.S. Federal Reserve decision, with key events on the horizon including a European Central Bank decision and the U.K. election.
Britain's transport minister was under fresh pressure to resign after the government stacked up a 50 million pound ($65 million) loss for cancelling contracts to charter extra ferries to bring in essential supplies in the event of a no-deal Brexit. The decision to award the contracts has been a major political embarrassment after it emerged the government handed out a 14 million pound contract for extra ferries to a company that owned no ferries and published terms and conditions on its website that appeared to be for a takeaway food business. Then, the government was forced to pay a further 33 million pounds to settle a lawsuit brought by Eurotunnel, which complained that it was unfairly prevented from bidding on the ferry contracts, which were negotiated in secret.
More Japanese companies could relocate away from Britain in the coming months if the uncertainty around Brexit does not lift, the country's ambassador to Britain has told Sky News. Koji Tsuruoka said many of Japan's 1,000 or so UK-based companies were now considering how to adapt to life after Brexit, but they needed to know how Britain will trade with the European Union in the future in order to make decisions.
Rail operator Eurotunnel, which handles passenger and freight trains between the United Kingdom and the rest of Europe, has reached an out of court settlement with the British Government over the train company's claims on no-deal Brexit contracts handed out by the Department for Transport. Secretary of State for Transport Chris Grayling awarded contracts in December to Seaborne Freight, which had not yet acquired any vessels, Danish Ferry operator DFDS and Brittany Ferries, totalling more than £100 million ($132.1 million) to extend their capacity in the event of a no-deal Brexit. Eurotunnel was contesting this decision, claiming that the process for awarding the contracts had not been transparent.
Lyft revealed that it is growing quickly ahead of its initial public offering but is still losing money, according to a federal filing. Lyft reported $2.2 billion in revenue last year, more than double the previous year. LONDON (AP) -- For almost as long as Britain and the European Union have been wrangling over Brexit, Melvin Burton has been preparing for a bumpy landing.
Britain agreed to settle a claim with Eurotunnel over the government's preparations for a no-deal Brexit in order to ensure that vital goods would still be able to flow into the country, Prime Minister Theresa May's spokeswoman said.