Senior PLC (SNR.L)

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1 Sep 2014
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Senior plc is a United Kingdom-based holding company. The Company is an international manufacturing company providing engineered products to original equipment producers in the worldwide aerospace, defense, land vehicle and energy markets. The Company provides rotating and non-rotating fabricated parts and assemblies for gas... (more)


Beta: 1.19
Market Cap (Mil.): £1,194.71
Shares Outstanding (Mil.): 417.88
Dividend: 1.67
Yield (%): 1.84


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CORRECTED-UPDATE 2-Senior says CEO Rollins to retire, shares fall

Aug 4 - Senior Plc, a maker of parts for aircraft and automobiles, said its group chief executive, Mark Rollins, would retire in the first half of 2015.

04 Aug 2014

Engineer Senior posts higher profit steered by Boeing, Airbus

Aug 4 - Senior Plc, an aircraft and auto parts maker, said first-half pretax profit rose 22 percent, boosted by an increased demand for its products from the growing the civil aviation sector.

04 Aug 2014

UPDATE 1- Aircraft parts maker Senior buys UPECA to expand in Asia

* To buy Malaysian company for 75.5 mln stg, including debt

10 Mar 2014

Senior buys Malaysia's UPECA Technologies in 75.5 million pound deal

- Aircraft parts and auto components maker Senior Plc said it acquired Malaysia-based UPECA Technologies, a high-precision components maker, for 75.5 million pounds ($126.2 million)including debt to expand in the South East Asian region.

10 Mar 2014

CORRECTED-Senior buys Malaysia's UPECA Technologies in 75.5 mln stg deal

(Corrects currency to pounds, not dollars, in headline, paragraphs 1 and 4)

10 Mar 2014

UPDATE 2-Senior expects higher demand from Airbus, Boeing in 2014

* Sees strengthening of sterling weighing on 2014 results

03 Mar 2014

Senior's profit rises on higher demand for aircraft parts

March 3 - Senior Plc, a maker of aircraft parts and auto components, reported an 8 percent rise in full-year profit as expansion of the civil aviation sector fuelled an increase in demand for its products.

03 Mar 2014

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