|Bid||180.20 x 3209800|
|Ask||202.00 x 712600|
|Day's Range||179.70 - 183.00|
|52 Week Range||152.80 - 221.76|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||16.47|
|Dividend & Yield||0.09 (4.05%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Another wobble in commodity-related shares and dollar earners put pressure on British blue chips on Friday, underscoring their underperformance against continental European peers a year on from Britain's vote to leave the European Union. Britain's FTSE 100 was down 0.2 percent at its close, weighed down by weakness in health care and mining stocks - large-cap dollar earners. Friday marked the one-year anniversary of Britons voting in a referendum by a narrow margin to quit the EU, a shock outcome which then sent sterling, British and European stocks into a tailspin.
The following are the top stories on the business pages of British newspapers. * Bruno Iksil, a former JP Morgan trader accused of being behind the American investment bank's multibillion-dollar trading loss scandal, said that Jamie Dimon, the bank's chief executive, had been involved in the ultimately loss-making trades that his desk had bought. * Greencoat Renewables, a wind farm operator is planning to breeze on to the London and Dublin stock exchanges with a 219 million pounds float.
Liberty Global's John Malone says he is open to doing separate deals with Vodafone and British broadcaster ITV, but has yet to make the valuations work. Malone told the Financial Times in an interview that Liberty "just couldn't quite get there on valuation," with Vodafone. "The door is always open and the telephone number is published," Malone told the FT.