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Euromoney Institutional Investor PLC (ERM.L)

ERM.L on London Stock Exchange

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27 Sep 2016
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About

Euromoney Institutional Investor PLC is a United Kingdom-based business-to-business media company, which is focused on the international finance, metals and commodities sectors. The Company's divisions include research and data; financial publishing; business publishing, and conferences, seminars and training. Financial... (more)

Overall

Beta: 0.07
Market Cap(Mil.): £1,406.27
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 128.31
Dividend: 7.00
Yield (%): --

Financials

  ERM.L Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 32.82 26.87 20.78
EPS (TTM): 0.33 -- --
ROI: 8.88 7.48 5.79
ROE: 9.70 11.39 8.52

BRIEF-Euromoney appoints of John Botts as non-exec chairman

* Botts was appointed chairman on an interim basis in November 2015

12 Jul 2016

Citi tops Euromoney global FX poll again, but big banks lose grip

LONDON The world's biggest currency dealing banks are losing their grip on the world's biggest financial market as newer, smaller players take a larger chunk of the $5 trillion-a-day-business, an annual industry survey showed on Wednesday.

25 May 2016

Citi tops Euromoney global FX poll again, but big banks lose grip

LONDON The world's biggest currency dealing banks are losing their grip on the world's biggest financial market as newer, smaller players take a larger chunk of the $5 trillion-a-day-business, an annual industry survey showed on Wednesday.

25 May 2016

Citi tops Euromoney global FX poll again, but big banks lose grip

LONDON, May 25 The world's biggest currency dealing banks are losing their grip on the world's biggest financial market as newer, smaller players take a larger chunk of the $5 trillion-a-day-business, an annual industry survey showed on Wednesday.

25 May 2016

BRIEF-Euromoney says Morgan to retire as non-executive director effective May 31

* Martin Morgan will retire as a non-executive director of euromoney with effect from May 31, 2016, to coincide with his retirement as chief executive

12 May 2016

BRIEF-Euromoney sells energy publishing businesses for $18 mln

* Deal for a cash consideration of $18 million. Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

01 Apr 2016

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