Weir Group PLC (WEIR.L)

WEIR.L on London Stock Exchange

22 Jul 2016
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The Weir Group PLC is engaged in engineering businesses. The Company operates through three segments: Minerals, Oil & Gas, and Power & Industrial. The Minerals segment is engaged in the provision of slurry handling equipment and associated aftermarket support for abrasive high wear applications used in the mining and oil sands... (more)


Beta: 1.64
Market Cap(Mil.): £3,362.63
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 216.52
Dividend: 29.00
Yield (%): 2.83


  WEIR.L Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): -- 22.78 26.40
EPS (TTM): -0.84 -- --
ROI: -7.20 9.29 6.51
ROE: -13.40 10.81 9.93

UPDATE 1-Foxtons, Paddy Power Betfair investors back exec pay

May 18 Shareholders of two London-listed companies approved their directors' pay on Wednesday, rejecting the recommendations of influential advisors in a sign that dissatisfaction over high salaries has yet to result in widespread change.

18 May 2016

Weir sees 70 pct of North American fracking fleet idle

LONDON, April 28 Oil equipment maker Weir Group reported a 47 percent fall in first-quarter oil and gas orders on Thursday and estimated some 70 percent of North America's fracking fleet is currently idle as low crude prices slow investment in the sector.

28 Apr 2016

BUZZ-Weir: top Stoxx industrial services gainer on guidance hike

** Resources capex co Weir +c.6% & top of Stoxx 600 industrial goods & services after says H1 profits to be slightly ahead of market expectations

28 Apr 2016

BRIEF-Weir Group's FY pretax profit falls 46.2 pct

* WE are planning for a further reduction in constant currency group operating profits, driven primarily by lower activity levels in upstream oil and gas markets

24 Feb 2016

Weir Group's full-year pretax profit nearly halves as oil prices fall

Feb 24 Scottish engineering firm Weir Group Plc said its pretax profit for the year nearly halved, as its customers continued to delay spending in order to weather the slump in oil prices.

24 Feb 2016

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