Trinity Mirror PLC (TNI.L)

TNI.L on London Stock Exchange

154.50GBp
19 Dec 2014
Price Change (% chg)

0.75p (+0.49%)
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153.75p
Open
154.75p
Day's High
159.25p
Day's Low
153.75p
Volume
181,407
Avg. Vol
174,587
52-wk High
240.33p
52-wk Low
135.25p

TNI.L

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Trinity Mirror plc is a United Kingdom-based publisher with a portfolio of media brands providing news, entertainment, information and services to consumers and connecting advertisers with national, regional and local audiences. The Company is engaged in the publishing of newspapers both in print and digital formats, the... (more)

Overall

Beta: 2.53
Market Cap (Mil.): £396.20
Shares Outstanding (Mil.): 257.69
Dividend: 3.00
Yield (%): --

Financials

  TNI.L Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): -- 33.06 16.69
EPS (TTM): -0.31 -- --
ROI: -6.06 13.31 16.20
ROE: -11.78 15.53 20.30
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Trinity Mirror posts 5 pct fall in advertising revenue

LONDON, Nov 10 - British newspaper group Trinity Mirror said advertising revenue for its print division fell in the third quarter, resulting in a 5 percent decline in group revenue.

10 Nov 2014

UPDATE 1-Trinity Mirror admits liability in four cases of phone-hacking

LONDON, Sept 24 - British newspaper group Trinity Mirror, which publishes the Daily Mirror tabloid, admitted liability over hacking the phones of four people and said it would pay compensation, without detailing how much.

24 Sep 2014

Trinity Mirror admits liability in four cases of phone hacking

LONDON, Sept 24 - British newspaper group Trinity Mirror said its subsidiary MGN had admitted liability to four individuals who had sued the company for phone hacking, and would pay them compensation.

24 Sep 2014

BRIEF-Trinity Mirror's MGN to pay out compensation in phone hacking claims

* Company today confirms that its subsidiary mgn ltd has admitted liability to four individuals who had sued mgn for alleged interception of their voicemails many years ago.

24 Sep 2014

Trinity Mirror sees full-year results ahead of forecasts

LONDON, July 28 - British newspaper publisher Trinity Mirror said it expected its full-year results to be marginally ahead of expectation, enabling it to pay a dividend for the first time since 2008.

28 Jul 2014

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