SDL PLC (SDL.L)
17 Apr 2014
|Market Cap (Mil.):||£253.00|
|Shares Outstanding (Mil.):||80.51|
GLOBAL MARKETS ROUNDUP * Asian shares rose in early trade on Wednesday after Wall Street snapped a three-day losing streak, but Japanese stocks tumbled after the yen surged on fading hopes of near-term stimulus from the Bank of Japan. * The dollar languished at three-week lows against a basket of major currencies on Wednesday, having broken decisively lower as the yen squeezed higher and even the euro gained a tailwind. * U.S. crude oil prices rose more than 2 percent on Tuesday in
(Refiling to add T-BILL redemption data to be paid on Apr 30) Apr 1 - Inflows into the Indian Money Market in APRIL from interest payments and redemptions of government securities, state development loans and treasury bills are estimated at 1392.19226 billion rupees. The details of inflows are given below- =========================================================== Instrument Payment Date Amount (mln rupees) ===
GLOBAL MARKETS ROUNDUP * Asian shares were in a defensive mode on Tuesday after Wall Street fell overnight, though still-vague hopes of a new stimulus plan in China could improve investor sentiment. * The U.S. dollar nursed broad losses early on Tuesday, having come under pressure late in New York as investors bought the euro and drove the Australian dollar to its highest this year. * Brent crude oil fell and U.S. crude edged slightly higher in chopping trading on Monday as lacklu
GLOBAL MARKETS ROUNDUP * Asian markets found their footing on Friday after Wall Street shook off concerns about Federal Reserve policy, while this week's spike in U.S. yields kept the dollar underpinned near three-week highs. * The U.S. dollar hovered near a three-week peak against a basket of major currencies early on Friday, but could struggle to extend gains as investors awaited more clarity on the Federal Reserve's policy path. * Brent crude oil futures rose on Thursday as sanc
GLOBAL MARKETS ROUNDUP * Asian share markets opened on a tentative footing on Wednesday, with investors cautious amid the backdrop of East-West geopolitical tensions involving Ukraine and ahead of a closely-watched Federal Reserve policy review later in the session. * The dollar stood near its lowest level in more than four months against a basket of currencies on Wednesday, on some trepidation ahead of Janet Yellen's inaugural policy review as the Federal Reserve's chief. * U.S. c
March 18 - Translation software maker SDL Plc reported adjusted profit for 2013 slumped more than three-quarters on lower revenue from technology licensing and higher research and development costs as it transitions to automated translations.
March 18 - Translation software maker SDL Plc reported adjusted profit for 2013 slumped more than three-quarters on a revenue shortfall in technology licensing and higher research and development costs as it transitions to automated translations.
March 18 - SDL PLC : * There will be a lag before the restructuring and investments take full effect * FY profit before tax and 8.2 million STG versus 37.0 million STG * FY revenue 266.1 million STG versus 269.3 million STG * Expect the business to gain bookings, revenue and profit momentum as the new
GLOBAL MARKETS ROUNDUP * Asian shares inched forward and the yen slipped in early trade on Tuesday after Crimea's vote to join Russia passed relatively peacefully, but investors remained wary ahead of this week's U.S. Federal Reserve policy review. * The safe-haven yen was on the defensive and the euro stood firm in early trade on Tuesday as anxiety over the Ukraine crisis ebbed for the time being. * Brent oil futures fell more than $2 per barrel on Monday to near six-week lows, as ample glob
GLOBAL MARKETS ROUNDUP * Asian shares could enjoy a reprieve on Thursday as diplomatic efforts moderate the crisis over Ukraine, while the euro comes under pressure as investors speculate whether the European Central Bank will ease policy later in the day. * The euro stayed on the defensive early on Thursday, having lost ground against many of its peers as investors made short shrift of the common currency ahead of possible policy easing by the European Central Bank. * Oil prices slid nearly $