|Bid||0.00 x 50500|
|Ask||250.00 x 126000|
|Day's Range||203.90 - 218.84|
|52 Week Range||203.90 - 345.00|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||-0.18|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings Date||Feb 24, 2017 - Feb 28, 2017|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.13 (5.83%)|
|1y Target Est||316.86|
DUBLIN (Reuters) - Ireland's Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe on Tuesday announced plans to double the country's tax on betting to 2 percent, to take effect from January next year. "In addition, betting ...
LONDON, Sept. 25, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- IGT Global Solutions Corporation, a wholly-owned subsidiary of International Game Technology PLC ("IGT") (IGT) and William Hill U.S., a subsidiary of William Hill PLC (WMH.L), today announced that they have entered into a multi-year agreement to offer U.S. lotteries a full service solution for sports betting. Together, the companies are able to offer U.S. lotteries a fully-managed solution to meet all their current and future needs in sports betting, both maximizing revenues to each state and ensuring a reliable, attractive, and innovative service for players.
By Julien Ponthus LONDON (Reuters) - European shares traded lower on Wednesday as trade tensions and growing worries about emerging market currencies cut investor appetite for risky assets. The pan-European ...
William Hill has entered a partnership with US casino firm Eldorado Resorts, giving the British bookmaker access to 23 million customers as it seeks to capitalise on the newly liberalised American sports betting market. Under the deal, William Hill becomes Eldorado’s exclusive sports betting and online gambling partner. Eldorado currently operates 21 casinos across 11 US states and is set to expand that to 26 sites in 13 states by the end of the year with the planned acquisition of Tropicana Entertainment.
Confirming an overnight report by Sky News, the UK-based firm said it had agreed to pay $50 million (£38.87 million) in stock, subject to a 3-5 year lock-up, as well as a 20 percent stake in its U.S. business and a share of profits from its licences under the deal. The deal follows a Supreme Court ruling in May that lifted a broad ban on sports betting and follows moves by rival GVC Holdings (GVC.L) and Dublin-based bookmaker Paddy Power (PPB.I) to partner with other U.S. casino chains. The deal covers 26 Eldorado casinos in 13 states and will lead to William Hill opening sportsbooks in five properties within weeks, the company said.
Betting company William Hill Plc has signed a 25-year sports-betting partnership with U.S. casino operator Eldorado Resorts Inc, a major step to expand its U.S. operation as the legalisation of sports betting spreads to more states. Confirming an overnight report by Sky News, the UK-based firm said it had agreed to pay $50 million in stock, subject to a 3-5 year lock-up, as well as a 20 percent stake in its U.S. business and a share of profits from its licences under the deal. The deal follows a Supreme Court ruling in May that lifted a broad ban on sports betting and follows moves by rival GVC Holdings and Dublin-based bookmaker Paddy Power to partner with other U.S. casino chains.
Betting company William Hill Plc has agreed to pay $50 million in stock and a 20 percent stake in its U.S. business to form a 25-year sports betting partnership with U.S. casino operator Eldorado Resorts Inc, the companies said on Wednesday, confirming an overnight media report. William Hill said the deal covered Eldorado's 26 casinos in 13 states and would lead to it opening sportsbooks in five properties within weeks. The stock, worth 1.6 percent of William Hill's market capitalisation, will be subject to a 3 to 5 year lock-up, the companies said.
LONDON, Sept. 5, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- William Hill PLC (WMH.L) today announces that William Hill US ("William Hill") and Eldorado Resorts, Inc. (ERI) have entered into a nationwide partnership for digital and land-based sports betting and online gaming in the United States.
The terms of the agreement would involve Eldorado, which owns 21 casinos across the United States, taking a 20 percent stake in William Hill's U.S. business and could be announced as early as Wednesday, Sky News said, citing sources. William Hill will gain distribution in Eldorado's casinos in 13 U.S. states, with an online joint venture also planned, Sky News said.
Earnings, particularly in the banking sector, lifted European shares on Friday at the end of a volatile week, as investors drew encouragement from Apple becoming the world's first trillion-dollar company. The pan-European STOXX 600 index closed up 0.7 percent but ended the week on a 0.5 percent loss. France's Credit Agricole posted the best performance of Paris's CAC 40 index with a 2.3 percent rise with second-quarter profits ahead of estimates.
British bookmaker William Hill has reported a loss which it blamed on government plans to cut maximum stakes on fixed-odds betting terminals (FOBTs) from £100 to just £2. The FTSE 250 company took exceptional charges of £916m, including an £883m hit from the decision on FOBTs. William Hill lost £819.6m before tax in the six months to 26 June, down from a £93.6m profit a year earlier.
William Hill said charges relating to shop closures, after the impairment taken for the half-year, could be in the range of 50,000 pounds to 60,000 pounds per shop. The company said it plans to expand further into the U.S. sports gambling market, joining a list of British gambling companies betting on the United States after a Supreme court ruling in May lifted a ban on sports betting. The push into the U.S. comes as Britain cuts the maximum stake on fixed-odds betting terminals to just two pounds to tackle the problem of gambling.
British betting company William Hill Plc on Friday posted a half-year loss and warned of more charges as it revamps its retail business due to tougher regulation at home, sending its shares down about 8 percent. William Hill said charges relating to shop closures, after the impairment taken for the half-year, could be in the range of 50,000 pounds to 60,000 pounds per shop. The company said it plans to expand further into the U.S. sports gambling market, joining a list of British gambling companies betting on the United States after a Supreme court ruling in May lifted a ban on sports betting.
British betting company William Hill Plc on Friday posted a 3 percent rise in half-year revenue, benefiting from its online sportsbook and FIFA World Cup betting. However, the company posted a pre-tax ...
William Hill plc (LON:WMH), a hospitality company based in United Kingdom, received a lot of attention from a substantial price movement on the LSE over the last few months, increasingRead More...
Since the U.S. Supreme Court issued a ruling in May that flung open the doors to legal sports wagering across the country, the company has been "inundated" with emails and phone calls from teams looking to do sponsorship deals, said Joseph Asher, CEO of William Hill U.S. Asher's remarks come as sports betting gets set to expand nationwide in states that agree to regulate and tax the activity.
U.S. sports teams are clamoring for sponsorship deals with British bookmaker William Hill PLC as legal sports betting starts to take off in the United States, the chief executive of the company's American division told Reuters on Wednesday. Since the U.S. Supreme Court issued a ruling in May that flung open the doors to legal sports wagering across the country, the company has been "inundated" with emails and phone calls from teams looking to do sponsorship deals, said Joseph Asher, CEO of William Hill U.S.
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy on Monday signed a bill to legalize sports betting, opening the door for the state to begin regulating and taxing the activity at casinos and racetracks. "Our casinos in Atlantic City and our racetracks throughout our state can attract new business and new fans, boosting their own long-term financial prospects," Murphy said in a statement. Monmouth Park Racetrack, where the U.S. unit of U.K.-based William Hill PLC has already built a sports book, expects to take its first bet at 10:30 a.m. on Thursday, a park spokesman told Reuters.
William Hill U.S. CEO Joe Asher speaks to CNBC's Contessa Brewer about how sports betting will aid the rejuvenation of Atlantic City, New Jersey.
William Hill CEO Joe Asher on the British bookmaker's partnership with the Las Vegas Lights soccer team and New Jersey legalizing sports betting.