|Bid||158.90 x 0|
|Ask||160.70 x 0|
|Day's Range||160.33 - 160.33|
|52 Week Range||105.80 - 170.10|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.61|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||18.86|
|Earnings Date||Nov 21, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.04 (2.50%)|
|1y Target Est||196.00|
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The FTSE 100, which earns more than two-thirds of its earnings in U.S. dollars, added 0.6 percent on its best day in a week - and the FTSE 250 was up 0.1 percent. Sterling lost more than a percent as May failed to sway hardline opponents of her European Union divorce deal with an offer to quit, while none of eight indicative options to break the Brexit deadlock won majority support in parliament. Tobacco giant Imperial Brands advanced 2.3 percent and British American Tobacco climbed 2 percent as brokerage Citi hiked rating on both stocks to "Buy" saying regulatory threat will probably move away from cigarettes.
The weakness in Mitie's order book comes amid heightened uncertainty over Brexit and at a time when Britain's outsourcing sector has its back against the wall, with the high-profile demise of Carillion increasing scrutiny of the sector. Chief Executive Officer Phil Bentley flagged a backdrop of "undoubted" challenges and said short-term economic worries were impacting clients' capital programmes and willingness to enter into longer term contracts. "(In 2017) we had a couple of big orders around government contracts.
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Britain's government will take measures to identify and reduce risks taken by private firms that provide public services, it will say on Wednesday, in a bid to encourage companies that have become increasingly wary of taking on new government business. Britain, which hires private firms to run parts of its health service, schools, prisons and public transport, has been rethinking how it awards contracts after the collapse of contractor Carillion just over a year ago. "A more considered approach to risk allocation will make us a smarter, more attractive client to do business with," cabinet office minister Oliver Dowden will tell business leaders at the Confederation of British Industry on Wednesday.