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WH Smith PLC (SMWH.L)

SMWH.L on London Stock Exchange

1,755.00GBp
27 May 2016
Change (% chg)

17.00p (+0.98%)
Prev Close
1,738.00p
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1,748.00p
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1,760.00p
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1,735.00p
Volume
140,373
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313,899
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1,893.00p
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1,462.00p

SMWH.L

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About

WH Smith PLC is a United Kingdom-based retail company. The Company operates through two divisions, namely, High Street and Travel. The Company's Travel business sells its products to cater for people on the move or in need of a convenience offer. Its Travel business operates from around 740 units, including in airports, railway... (more)

Overall

Beta: 0.75
Market Cap(Mil.): £1,994.99
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 113.67
Dividend: 13.40
Yield (%): --

Financials

BRIEF-WH Smith says H1 pretax profit rises 11 pct

* Group has delivered a strong first half with both our travel and high street businesses performing well.

13 Apr 2016

Reuters Business News Schedule at 1330 GMT/0830 AM ET

LONDON - World stocks sink to their lowest levels since 2013, hit by another tumble in oil to 13-year lows that keep equity markets on track for one of their worst monthly performances ever. (GLOBAL-MARKETS/ (WRAPUP 6), moved, by Alistair Smout, 680 words)

20 Jan 2016

UPDATE 2-Strong Christmas boosts WH Smith's full-year forecast

Jan 20 British books, newspaper and stationery retailer WH Smith Plc sees full-year profit "slightly ahead" of expectations after a strong sales performance at its High Street business over the Christmas period.

20 Jan 2016

WH Smith expects full-year profit ahead of expectations

Jan 20 British books, newspaper and stationery retailer WH Smith Plc expects full-year profit "slightly ahead" of expectations after a strong sales performance at its High Street business over the Christmas period.

20 Jan 2016

BRIEF-WH Smith sees annual profit growth slightly ahead of plan

* like-for-like sales up 2 percent and total sales up 4 percent for 20 weeks

20 Jan 2016

UPDATE 1-Britain to review airport shop sales as retailers pocket tax savings

LONDON, Dec 31 Britain is to review airport retail sales after some businesses were found to be pocketing about half of tax savings meant for passengers, rather than passing on the discount, the government said on Thursday.

31 Dec 2015

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