|Bid||944.60 x 520900|
|Ask||945.80 x 91100|
|Day's Range||928.70 - 951.00|
|52 Week Range||651.00 - 981.20|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.83|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||12.32|
|Earnings Date||Feb 21, 2019 - Feb 25, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.11 (1.19%)|
|1y Target Est||770.60|
In 2013 John Fallon was appointed CEO of Pearson plc (LON:PSON). This report will, first, examine the CEO compensation levels in comparison to CEO compensation at companies of similar size. Read More...
The education publisher Pearson has insisted it is making progress in its battle to protect its lucrative US college business from an assault by Amazon as it sought to restore investor confidence with a solid trading update.
PEARSON is still struggling to turn around its key US arm, but thinks it will return to profit growth this year. The education group, best known for owning the Financial Times until 2015, has endured a miserable run until recently, with profit warnings smashing the share price and questions being raised about chief executive John Fallon’s abilities.
Britain's top stock index climbed on Wednesday, with Pearson's outlook impressing the market, while mid-cap Mediclinic sank by a fifth after its results missed estimates. The FTSE 100 (.FTSE) was up 0.3 percent by 0835 GMT after weaker-than-expected inflation data took the pound down a notch. Shares in education publisher Pearson (PSON.L) topped the FTSE with a 3.9 percent rise after it stuck to its target of returning to profit this year.
Demand for online courses and virtual schools helped British education publisher Pearson (PSON.L) to overcome weaker textbook sales in the United States and remain on track for a return to profit growth in 2018. Pearson's shares rose as much as 7.7 percent, following pressure on the stock ahead of the statement. The British company has been through a tumultuous few years, with Chief Executive John Fallon forced to cut thousands of jobs and sell assets such as the Financial Times newspaper to fund a move into ebooks, rental schemes and online courses.
Trading updates from a number of European companies, including Danone, Pearson and Roche made the headlines on a busy day of corporate news in the region.
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German publishing group Bertelsmann said on Monday it was buying U.S. online education provider OnCourse Learning from private equity firm CIP Capital in a deal worth around $500 million. The acquisition backs Bertelsmann's push into digital education and training, and will boost its presence in the United States, a growth market which already contributes around a fifth of its sales.
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British education publisher Pearson (PSON.L) said it was on track to return to underlying profit growth this year after demand for digital course material in the United States helped it report slightly better-than-expected first-half results. Shares in the 174-year-old group were up 3 percent in early trading as Pearson, which earns around 80 percent of its income in the second half, said its transformation to a digital provider was taking shape. The company has been through a tumultuous few years, with Chief Executive John Fallon forced to cut thousands of jobs and sell assets such as the Financial Times newspaper to fund a move into ebooks, rental schemes and online courses.
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Pearson (PSON.L), the world's biggest education company, could move out of its London Strand headquarters as part of its latest drive to cut costs after U.S. students stopped buying so many textbooks. A move from its home of 18 years would mark a significant step for Pearson's executives who are based on the top floors of an Art Deco building on the Strand, next to the Savoy Hotel and close to the Thames. "We are committed to a London HQ," said Ben Almond, Pearson's global head of property.
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Britain's leading stock index was lifted by strong results from British Airways owner IAG, while HSBC joined French banks in reporting weaker profit which hit its shares. A weak pound, which gives an accounting boost to companies whose earnings are in dollars, also helped Britain's FTSE 100 (.FTSE) to close up 0.86 percent on the day. IAG (ICAG.L) was up 5.8 percent and near a four-month high after a 75 percent jump in quarterly profit.
“Small but beautiful” was how analysts at Citi described Pearson today after the academic publisher reported a positive start to the year. Shares shot 39.2p higher to 870p as Catherine O’Neill at Citi said Pearson’s turnaround now looks firmly on track. Pearson confirmed it should deliver operating profit of between £520 million and £560 million for the year, and its target of hitting £300 million of annualised cost savings by 2020 remains on course.