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Capita PLC (CPI.L)

CPI.L on London Stock Exchange

569.50GBp
26 May 2017
Change (% chg)

23.50 (+4.30%)
Prev Close
546.00
Open
547.50
Day's High
571.00
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547.00
Volume
3,424,719
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3,778,589
52-wk High
1,097.00
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Wed, May 10 2017

BRIEF-UK's CMA refers Capita, Vodafone deal to phase 2 investigation

* Decided that it is or may be the case that this Capita, Vodafone deal may be expected to result in a substantial lessening of competition in the United Kingdom

BRIEF-Competition watchdog warns Capita, Vodafone on paging services

* CMA says Capita and Vodafone face an in-depth merger investigation, unless companies offer acceptable ways of addressing competition concerns.

BRIEF-Capita names new managing director for real estate unit

* Capita Real Estate and Infrastructure appoints dave spencer as managing director

UK's CMA considering if Capita, Vodafone deal will create merger situation

* Considering whether anticipated Capita, Vodafone Limited deal will result in creation of a relevant merger situation Further company coverage: (Reporting by Sanjeeban Sarkar in Bengaluru)

BRIEF-K2fly says entered agreement with Capita plc

* Entered partnering agreement with Capita plc to license Capita Affinity Mobile Solutions within Australia Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

FTSE ends flat, off life-time high; Capita slumps

* ConvaTec and Vesuvius surge (Adds detail, updates price at close)

UPDATE 2-Britain's Capita misses profit target again, CEO to step down

LONDON, March 2 Capita's chief executive Andy Parker resigned on Thursday, after the British outsourcing group reported a bigger than expected drop in profits and said it would take until 2018 before it could return to growth.

BRIEF-Outgoing Capita CEO says strategy to remain intact, dividend not under threat

* Outgoing Capita CEO Andy Parker says strategy will remain intact, strategy decided by board not by CEO

RPT-Capita and Dixons Carphone demoted from Britain's FTSE 100

LONDON, March 2 Outsourcing company Capita and phone retailer Dixons Carphone will leave Britain's blue-chip FTSE 100 share index following index provider FTSE Russell's quarterly review.

Capita and Dixons Carphone demoted from Britain's FTSE 100

LONDON, March 2 Outsourcing company Capita and phone retailer Dixons Carphone will leave Britain's blue-chip FTSE 100 share index following index provider FTSE Russell's quarterly review.

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