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Deliveroo plc (ROO.L)

LSE - LSE Delayed Price. Currency in GBp
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93.00+3.06 (+3.40%)
At close: 04:35PM BST
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Previous Close89.94
Open90.74
Bid93.26 x N/A
Ask93.52 x N/A
Day's Range89.08 - 97.12
52 Week Range79.24 - 396.80
Volume3,261,167
Avg. Volume4,974,749
Market Cap1.725B
Beta (5Y Monthly)N/A
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-11.50
Earnings DateAug 11, 2021
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target Est223.71
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  • Reuters

    UPDATE 3-Deliveroo backs off plan to cut pay of UAE delivery riders after strike

    Delivery service Deliveroo on Monday put on hold plans to cut pay and extend working hours for its drivers in the United Arab Emirates after a rare strike over the weekend. The Amazon-backed company said in an email to restaurants, seen by Reuters, that it had paused proposed changes in its rider pay structure and that it would engage with its riders over the weeks and months head. A day earlier, Deliveroo told restaurants that "riders are striking and refusing to attend their shift or deliver orders" and that it would "protect Deliveroo rider earnings to remain the most competitive in the market".

  • Reuters

    CORRECTED OFFICIAL-UPDATE 2-Deliveroo suspends pay cut for UAE delivery riders after rare worker strike

    Deliveroo has suspended plans to cut rider earnings in the United Arab Emirates after a rare strike by foreign delivery workers in the Gulf Arab state over working conditions disrupted services on Sunday. The company said in an email to restaurants on Monday, which was seen by Reuters, it was pausing what it called a proposed change in rider fee structure and that it would engage with riders over the weeks and months ahead. A day earlier, Deliveroo had informed restaurants that "riders are striking and refusing to attend their shifts or deliver orders" and said it would "protect Deliveroo rider earnings to remain the most competitive in the market".

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