|Bid||0.00 x 400000|
|Ask||192.00 x 118500|
|Day's Range||187.95 - 190.80|
|52 Week Range||127.80 - 206.20|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.73|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||9.50|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.08 (4.33%)|
|1y Target Est||187.15|
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Tradeweb Markets Inc. , an operator of electronic marketplaces, priced its initial public offering at $27 a share late Wednesday, above its expected range of $24 to $26. The company will offer 40 million shares of its Class A stock -- a significant boost over the 27.3 million shares that were originally to be offered -- to raise just over $1 billion, with a valuation of about $6 billion. The company is expected to start trading on the Nasdaq on Thursday, under the ticker symbol "TW." There are 12 underwriters, led by JPMorgan, Citigroup, Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley.
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The FTSE 100 added 0.3 percent, lagging behind European peers as Brexit uncertainties kept a lid on gains, while the FTSE 250 firmed by 0.5 percent. After British lawmakers on Monday wrested control of the parliamentary agenda from the government for a day in the hope of breaking the Brexit deadlock, two eurosceptic MPs indicated they might support Prime Minister Theresa May's EU divorce deal rather than risk parliament cancelling the exit.
Tradeweb Markets Inc., an operator of electronic marketplaces, set the terms for its planned initial public offering on Monday, saying in a regulatory filing that it plans to offer 27.3 million shares priced at $24 to $26 each. The company would raise $682.50 at the midpoint of that range. The company has applied to list on Nasdaq, under the ticker symbol "TW." There are 12 underwriters on the deal, led by JPMorgan, Citigroup, Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley. Proceeds of the deal will be used to purchase certain interests from the company's bank shareholders.
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Taylor Wimpey's upbeat outlook counters an overall sluggish British housing market with people shying away from buying homes due to smaller household incomes and Brexit jitters keeping foreign investors on the sidelines. The company reported a 5.5 percent rise in profit before tax and exceptional items to 856.8 million pounds for the year ended Dec. 31. "Customer demand for new build homes continued to be robust, underpinned by low interest rates, a wide choice of mortgage deals and the Government's Help to Buy scheme," the company said, adding that it continues to expect stable volumes in 2019.
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By Helen Reid LONDON (Reuters) - European shares closed the day in positive territory on Wednesday as British Prime Minister Theresa May's resounding defeat in a parliamentary vote on her Brexit deal gave ...
London's blue-chip bourse (.FTSE) ended the day 0.7 percent higher after hitting its highest since Dec. 5 and the mid-cap index (.FTMC) rallied 1.3 percent to levels not seen since Dec. 4. Spreadex analyst Connor Campbell said the statement was light on evidence that much actual progress had been made during the three days of trade talks in Beijing. Uncertainty over London's divorce from the European Union also deepened ahead of next week's parliamentary vote on the draft deal, while figures showed domestic productivity growth slowed to a two-year low during the three months to last September.
Britain's third-largest builder Taylor Wimpey (TW.L) said the indicators for 2019 sales were solid after guiding it would report 2018 results in line with expectations following a 3 percent increase in the number of homes it built. "We continue to see solid forward sales indicators and start the year with a very strong order book," said the company. "We will continue to closely monitor market conditions for any potential impact on customer confidence in light of the wider political and economic uncertainty," Taylor Wimpey said on Wednesday.
Investors took cover and ditched European shares on Monday as a burst of political risk with a key vote on Brexit being delayed and unrest over the weekend in France added to concerns over global growth and U.S-Chinese trade tensions. Losses accelerated at the end of the session when Wall Street indexes slid and the S&P 500 hit its lowest level since April. All European bourses took strong hits with Germany's DAX (.GDAXI) and France's CAC 40 (.FCHI) down 1.5 percent.
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LONDON (Reuters) - A sell-off across Britain's financial markets wiped 2.84 billion pounds off Royal Bank of Scotland's (RBS.L) market capitalisation on Thursday after its shares sank 10 percent, according ...
Brexit jitters spread to housebuilder Taylor Wimpey on Tuesday as worried buyers take longer to sign on the dotted line. Chief executive Pete Redfern said the signs of nerves had been seen “particularly at the higher price points” in the South East. Taylor Wimpey said 2018 would be in line with hopes and still plans to return £600 million in dividends to investors next year, but warned that sales volumes next year would be “broadly flat”.