FTSE 100 movers: Experian boosted by new growth strategy, Anglo disappoints with 2015 guidance
Jack Pusey | Sharecast | 28 Jan, 2015 13:35 - Updated: 15:56
Credit-checking firm Experian was a high riser after unveiling an unexpected $600m share buyback and outlining plans to deliver annual average growth in organic revenue in the mid-single digit range. The company also said it has the potential for strong growth in earnings per share.
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