|Bid||482.00 x 10300|
|Ask||575.00 x 162400|
|Day's Range||561.80 - 573.20|
|52 Week Range||367.80 - 573.20|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||15.92|
|Earnings Date||May 17, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.26 (5.08%)|
|1y Target Est||486.75|
Rio Tinto has appointed Moya Greene, chief executive of Royal Mail , to its board of directors. Ms Greene will join the board of the Anglo-Australian mining company at the end of 2018 as a non-executive ...
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Royal Mail, which has 142,000 employees in Britain, reached an agreement over pensions, pay, a shorter working week, culture and operational changes, it said in a statement. The CWU has been at odds with Royal Mail since last April over its plans to replace the defined benefit pension scheme and had threatened to strike if an agreement could not be reached through mediation.
"We have reached a negotiators agreement with Royal Mail Group," the union said on Twitter. The proposed agreement will be considered by the CWU's postal executive committee next week and then be put to a vote for CWU members and approval by the Royal Mail's board. The CWU has been at odds with Royal Mail since April over its plans to save billions of pounds on its pension contributions and has attempted to call a strike.
Parcel volumes during the period rose 6 percent, with 149 million parcels handled over the key December trading period. The company said it now expects addressed letter volumes to be in the middle of the 4-6 percent decline range it had previously forecast for the full year. Letters performance was better-than-expected, with addressed letter volumes down 5 percent in the nine-month period, Royal Mail said.
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The claims, launched in the Employment Tribunal by GMB union, alleges a "failure by Royal Mail to pay the Parcelforce drivers the national minimum wage and holiday pay," law firm Leigh Day said in an email. The drivers also claim Royal Mail Group should give them "paternity pay, sick pay and employee protections such as protection from discrimination." The couriers are classed as self-employed and not entitled to the same right as employees, the law firm added. A first hearing will be held at the Employment Tribunal on Feb. 16.
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The CWU has been at odds with Royal Mail since April over its plans to save billions of pounds on its pension contributions and has attempted to call a strike. "Mediation has helped both parties to better understand their respective positions," Royal Mail said. Royal Mail, which appointed Lynette Harris of Britain's Central Arbitration Committee in October to mediate, said the mediator recommended Royal Mail and CWU commit to introducing a collective defined contribution (CDC) scheme with a defined benefit element.
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The UK's top share index shrugged off weakness from oil stocks on Thursday as a handful of earnings updates were in focus, though GKN (GKN.L) plunged on uncertainty following the ditching of its CEO designate. The FTSE was up 0.2 percent at 7,386.94 points at its close, with gains in the healthcare and consumer sectors offsetting weaker commodity stocks. Oil stocks were among the top fallers on the FTSE, hit after Reuters reported that Norway's trillion-dollar wealth fund proposed to drop oil and gas companies from its benchmark index.
Adjusted pretax profit dipped to 250 million pounds for the 26 weeks to Sept. 24, from 252 million pounds, a year earlier, the postal and parcel delivery company said. Royal Mail, which has been in a row with the Communications Workers Union (CWU) over plans to replace the company's defined benefit pension scheme, said revenue rose 2 percent to 4.83 billion pounds, helped by its European parcels business. Revenue at UKPIL, which comprises Royal Mail's core UK and international parcels and letters delivery businesses, was broadly unchanged at 3.62 billion pounds.
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The talks, which will cover pay, pensions and other issues, will run for seven weeks and could be extended in order to reach a deal, Royal Mail said in a statement on Wednesday. The CWU has been at odds with Royal Mail since April over its plans to save billions of pounds on its pension contributions and has attempted to call a strike.
The following are the top stories in the Financial Times. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy. Headlines * Royal Mail wins court battle as judge rules strike is ...