|Bid||491.00 x 10300|
|Ask||650.00 x 162400|
|Day's Range||493.50 - 504.40|
|52 Week Range||367.80 - 632.60|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||19.60|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.24 (4.75%)|
|1y Target Est||508.06|
Small and large cap stocks are widely popular for a variety of reasons, however, mid-cap companies such as Royal Mail plc (LON:RMG), with a market cap of UK£5.02b, often getRead More...
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U.K. stocks broke a two-day skid as a selloff in the pound resumed on signs that Brexit discussions between Brussels and London may be harsher than previously expected. The FTSE 100 index (^FTSE) gained 0.2% to close at 7,730.28, trimming its weekly loss to 0.6%. The London benchmark has moved sharply lower over the last two days on increasing concerns about trade talks between the U.S. and China, and on worries over President Donald Trump’s decision to pull out of a historic summit with North Korea.
European shares rose on Thursday to a fresh 3-1/2 month high as oil stocks rallied and online supermarket Ocado shot up after it signed a game-changing deal in the United States. Italian stocks had tumbled more than 2 percent on Wednesday after a leaked draft coalition programme indicated that the parties planned to ask the European Central Bank to forgive 250 billion euros ($296 billion) of Italian debt. "We've got to keep a very close eye on the 5-Star Movement ... and if they're going to try to put their foot down in any way," said Jasper Reimers, market analyst at Vertex Capital Group.
Royal Mail Plc, Britain’s 500-year-old postal service, said it expects rules designed to rein in the abuse of personal data to weigh on letter volumes as companies are forced to scrap targeted marketing campaigns. The introduction of the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation from May 25 means postal demand may suffer an accelerated decline, Royal Mail said Thursday. Royal Mail fell 6.6 percent, the biggest intraday drop since November 2016, after issuing the warning on Thursday with its full-year results.
Growth in parcel volumes and its European parcel business GLS, however, helped drive up 2 percent rise in annual revenue to 10.17 billion pounds, the postal and parcel delivery company said. Under CEO Moya Greene, who will retire in June, the former monopoly focused on its growing European parcels business to offset declining post and parcel volumes in its home market. Revenue at GLS, which covers 41 European markets, rose to 2.56 billion pounds from 2.12 billion pounds a year ago.
May 17 (Reuters) - Britain's FTSE 100 index is seen opening down 4 points at 7,730 on Thursday, according to financial bookmakers. * ROYAL MAIL: New chief executive of Royal Mail, Rico Back, has been paid ...
Small-cap and large-cap companies receive a lot of attention from investors, but mid-cap stocks like Royal Mail plc (LSE:RMG), with a market cap of UK£5.93B, are often out of theRead More...
The following are the top stories on the business pages of British newspapers. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy. The Times - Royal Mail Plc said that the 100,000 ...
Back is CEO of General Logistics Systems (GLS), an Amsterdam-headquartered business that has offset declining post and parcel volumes in Royal Mail's home market. Under Greene, one of only seven female CEOs in the FTSE 100 list of top companies, Royal Mail was privatised in 2013 and has since reduced layers of management, upgraded technology and cut its property bill to save costs. The company has faced labour disputes and in February reached an agreement with the Communications Workers Union (CWU) to end a nearly 10-month dispute over plans to replace the company's defined benefit pension scheme.