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Weir Group PLC (WEIR.L)

WEIR.L on London Stock Exchange

1,487.50GBp
21 Nov 2018
Change (% chg)

24.50 (+1.67%)
Prev Close
1,463.00
Open
1,473.50
Day's High
1,495.00
Day's Low
1,459.50
Volume
60,810
Avg. Vol
1,364,435
52-wk High
2,333.00
52-wk Low
1,354.50

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About

The Weir Group PLC is a United Kingdom-based company, which is engaged in engineering businesses. The Company's business operates through three segments: Minerals, Oil & Gas, and Flow Control. The Minerals segment is engaged in the provision of slurry handling equipment and associated aftermarket support for abrasive high wear... (more)

Overall

Beta: 1.18
Market Cap(Mil.): £4,453.79
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 223.36
Dividend: 15.00
Yield (%): --

Financials

  WEIR.L Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 66.87 26.67 24.32
EPS (TTM): 0.30 -- --
ROI: 2.70 9.69 7.48
ROE: 5.02 11.48 12.37

FTSE capitulates to stronger pound, U.S. election nerves

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06 Nov 2018

UPDATE 1-Britain's FTSE capitulates to stronger pound, U.S. election nerves

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06 Nov 2018

Weir launches sale of flow control business - sources

LONDON British engineer Weir has launched the sale of its flow control business in a move that could value the supplier of pumps and valves at more than 300 million pounds ($389 million), according to sources with knowledge of the matter.

22 Oct 2018

Britain's Weir launches sale of flow control business - sources

LONDON, Oct 22 British engineer Weir has launched the sale of its flow control business in a move that could value the supplier of pumps and valves at more than 300 million pounds ($389 million), according to sources with knowledge of the matter.

22 Oct 2018

U.S.-China tariffs threaten European capital goods supply chains

STOCKHOLM European capital goods companies are starting to show the strain of Washington's trade conflicts with China and other countries, as tariffs push up costs for machine parts and raw materials and threaten to worsen supply bottlenecks.

03 Aug 2018

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