Meggitt PLC (MGGT.L)

MGGT.L on London Stock Exchange

23 Jan 2018
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Meggitt PLC is an engineering company. The Company designs and manufactures high performance components and sub-systems for aerospace, defense and other specialist markets, including energy, medical, industrial, test and automotive. The Company's segments are Meggitt Aircraft Braking Systems (MABS), Meggitt Control Systems... (more)


Beta: 0.62
Market Cap(Mil.): £4,037.93
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 775.78
Dividend: 5.05
Yield (%): --


Meggitt sees possible impairment after Dassault axes Falcon 5X jet

Dec 14 Meggitt said Dassault Aviation SA's cancellation of its Falcon 5X business jet programme could lead to a non-cash impairment of some or all of the capitalised work undertaken by Meggitt to date.

14 Dec 2017

Britain's Meggitt eyes potential U.S. defence boost as CEO retires

* Q3 revenue held back by declines in military and energy units

14 Nov 2017

MOVES-Meggitt names Tony Wood CEO

Nov 14 Meggitt Plc, which makes components for aerospace, defense and energy markets, named Tony Wood chief executive officer, effective Jan. 1.

14 Nov 2017

Britain's Meggitt on track to meet annual forecasts

LONDON, Aug 1 British auto and aircraft parts maker Meggitt reiterated its annual guidance for a 2 to 4 percent rise in organic revenue after it reported first-half results helped by currency moves and civil aerospace demand.

01 Aug 2017

UK Stocks-Factors to watch on Tuesday

Aug 1 Britain's FTSE 100 index is seen opening 38 points higher at 7410.3 on Tuesday, according to financial spreadbetters. * ACACIA: The Tanzanian government and Barrick Gold have started talks to resolve a tax dispute involving the Canadian company's subsidiary Acacia Mining, the president's office said on Monday. * BHP: BHP Billiton on Tuesday denied commentary in a Brazilian newspaper that it has agreed to sell its stake in the Samarco iron ore mine to its

01 Aug 2017

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