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Daily Mail and General Trust P L C (DMGOa.L)

DMGOa.L on London Stock Exchange

580.00GBp
22 Jan 2019
Change (% chg)

-2.00 (-0.34%)
Prev Close
582.00
Open
580.50
Day's High
585.50
Day's Low
578.50
Volume
596,153
Avg. Vol
596,799
52-wk High
781.00
52-wk Low
555.00

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Daily Mail and General Trust plc manages a multinational portfolio of companies that provide a range of businesses and consumers with information, analysis, insight, news and entertainment. The Company's segments include RMS, dmg information, dmg events, Euromoney and dmg media. The RMS segment produces risk models, software... (more)

Overall

Beta: 0.93
Market Cap(Mil.): £2,226.79
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 337.39
Dividend: 6.90
Yield (%): --

Financials

  DMGOa.L Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 64.30 27.44 19.43
EPS (TTM): 0.10 -- --
ROI: 2.66 2.99 10.63
ROE: 4.94 4.27 12.80

Daily Mail owner considering bid for Johnston Press' "i" newspaper: Sky

LONDON The owner of the Daily Mail newspaper has drawn up a plan to make an offer for the "i" title from Johnston Press after the struggling regional publisher put itself up for sale, Sky News reported on Saturday.

10 Nov 2018

Daily Mail owner considering bid for Johnston Press' "i" newspaper - Sky

LONDON The owner of the Daily Mail newspaper has drawn up a plan to make an offer for the "i" title from Johnston Press after the struggling regional publisher put itself up for sale, Sky News reported on Saturday.

10 Nov 2018

Daily Mail owner considering bid for Johnston Press' "i" newspaper-Sky

LONDON, Nov 10 The owner of the Daily Mail newspaper has drawn up a plan to make an offer for the "i" title from Johnston Press after the struggling regional publisher put itself up for sale, Sky News reported on Saturday.

10 Nov 2018

ITE's emerging market hit takes shine off Mining Indaba deal

Exhibition organiser ITE said it would buy Mining Indaba, the world's largest mining investment conference, from Euromoney , but added that the fall in the Russian rouble, Brazilian real and Turkish lira would hurt 2019 results.

03 Oct 2018

Johnston Press hit by Facebook and Google changes

Britain's Johnston Press suffered a 10 percent drop in first-half revenue as changes to Google and Facebook's platforms hurt online advertising sales, sending the newspaper publisher's shares down by almost 12 percent.

29 Aug 2018

UPDATE 2-Britain's Johnston Press hit by Facebook and Google changes

* Shares down nearly 12 pct (Adds share price reaction, debt detail)

29 Aug 2018

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