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DGE Share Performance More

52 week high2,152.5 06-08-2013
52 week low950.0 17-02-2014
52 week change -198.0 (-9.83%)
4 week volume100,738,225 29-03-2014

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Play The Percentages With Diageo plc

The forward price-to-earnings (PE) ratio share price divided by the consensus of analysts forecasts for earnings per share (EPS) is probably the single most popular valuation measure used by investors. However, it can pay to look beyond the consensus to the spread between the most bullish and bearish EPS forecasts. The table below shows the effect of different spreads on a company with a consensus PE of 14 (the long-term FTSE 100 average).

Transcript: Are Plunging Tech Shares A Buying Opportunity?

Momentum investors are casting off high-flying tech shares like unwanted winter overcoats. Owain Bennallack asksMark Rogers and Nate Weisshaar if this is a buying opportunity? The team also discuss how a change in the Office of National Statistics official bean counting will boost UK GDP,and explore allegations that high-frequency traders have rigged the market. All that, and a look at three companies that have caught their eye. The ...

What Dividend Hunters Need To Know About Diageo plc

Today I am looking at whether beverages giant Diageo (LSE:DGE) (NYSE: DEO.US) is an appealing pick for those seeking chunky dividend income. Emerging markets on the ropes Diageo shocked the market earlier this month when it announced that intensifying sales weakness in developing regions pushed total net organic revenues 1.3% during January-March.

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FTSE mixed with retail-related, mining stocks in focus

FTSE indices were mixed late morning with retail-related and mining stocks dragging the FTSE 100 down, while a mixed bag of midcaps helped the FTSE 250 higher ahead of the Easter weekend. Near noon, the FTSE 100 was down 7.86 points, or 0.12%, to 6576.31, while the FTSE 250 was up 73.54 points, or 0.47%, to 15,819.5. These followed a positive session in the US last night that saw the Dow rise 162 points to 16,425, the Nasdaq add 52 points to ...