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Daily Mail and General Trust P L C

DMGOa.L

Latest Trade

1,052.00GBp

Change

-2.00(-0.19%)

Volume

48,542

Today's Range

1,048.00

 - 

1,056.00

52 Week Range

645.00

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1,146.45

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Pricing

Previous Close
1,054.00
Open
1,048.00
Volume
48,542
3M AVG Volume
5.72
Today's High
1,056.00
Today's Low
1,048.00
52 Week High
1,146.45
52 Week Low
645.00
Shares Out (MIL)
230.69
Market Cap (MIL)
2,221.81
Forward P/E
40.84
Dividend (Yield %)
2.30

Next Event

Full Year 2021 Daily Mail and General Trust P L C Earnings Release

Latest Developments

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About Daily Mail and General Trust P L C

Daily Mail and General Trust plc manages a portfolio of companies that provide businesses and consumers with compelling information, analysis, insight, events, news and entertainment. The Company's segments include property information, events and exhibitions, and consumer media. Its property information segment provides technology, data and workflow solutions to clients involved in commercial and residential property markets as well as risk and valuation services to the Commercial Mortgage-Backed Securities market. Its events and exhibitions segment is an organizer of business-to-business (B2B) exhibitions and conferences focusing on the energy, construction, interiors, hotel, hospitality and leisure sectors. Its consumer media segment is focused on delivering journalism to a global audience.

Industry

Printing & Publishing

Contact Info

Northcliffe House, 2 Derry Street

W8 5TT

United Kingdom

+44.20.79386000

https://www.dmgt.com/

Executive Leadership

Viscount Rothermere

Executive Chairman of the Board

Paul A. Zwillenberg

Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director

Tim G. Collier

Group Chief Financial Officer, Executive Director

Kevin J. Beatty

Executive Director

Fran L. Sallas

Company Secretary

Key Stats

2.50 mean rating - 6 analysts
Sell
Hold
Buy
Revenue (MM, GBP)

2018

1.4K

2019

1.3K

2020

1.2K

2021(E)

1.2K
EPS (GBp)

2018

41.700

2019

38.100

2020

25.500

2021(E)

25.805
Price To Earnings (TTM)
43.71
Price To Sales (TTM)
2.08
Price To Book (MRQ)
1.39
Price To Cash Flow (TTM)
17.95
Total Debt To Equity (MRQ)
17.88
LT Debt To Equity (MRQ)
15.63
Return on Investment (TTM)
3.30
Return on Equity (TTM)
2.52

Latest News

Latest News

Cravath, Paul Hastings secure Daily Mail owner's insurance unit sell

Cravath, Swaine & Moore is steering the Daily Mail owner’s plans to sell its insurance unit to risk assessment firm Moody’s Corp, which has paired with Paul Hastings.

Daily Mail publisher to sell insurance unit to Moody's for $2 billion

The publisher of Britain's Daily Mail said on Thursday it had agreed to sell its insurance risk business RMS to Moody's Corporation for about 1.425 billion pounds ($1.99 billion) in cash.

Founding family plan $1.1 billion bid to take Daily Mail owner private

The founding family and leading investor in the publisher of Britain's Daily Mail newspaper is considering taking the group private in a $1.1 billion deal as part of a break-up of the business.

Rothermere family to bid for Daily Mail owner, contingent on divestment

Daily Mail and General Trust Plc said on Monday the Rothermere family was prepared to make a 810 million pounds ($1.13 billion) bid for the British company if the divestment of its insurance risk division and Cazoo business go through.

Rothermere family weighs offer to take owner of Daily Mail private - Sky News

The Rothermere family is weighing an offer to take Daily Mail and General Trust Plc (DMGT), the owner of the Daily Mail and MailOnline, private, Sky News reported late on Sunday.

Ad volatility hits profit at UK Daily Mail publisher

The publisher of the Daily Mail reported a 20% drop in pretax profit in its first half as its consumer business, which also includes freesheet Metro, was hurt by volatile ad markets and events and exhibitions were hit by COVID restrictions.

UK's Daily Mail publisher reports 20% drop in first-half profit

The publisher of the Daily Mail reported a 20% drop in pretax profit in its first half as growth in its business-to-business information service was offset by declines in its events and exhibitions and consumer media businesses.

Daily Mail publisher's nine-month op profit falls 44%

The publisher of the Daily Mail newspaper reported a 44% drop in nine-month operating profit after growth in the first five months was wiped out by the COVID-19 pandemic, although it said its newspapers and website had returned to profit in June.

Daily Mail publisher asks staff to accept shares in lieu of some pay

Daily Mail and General Trust's media unit has asked staff to take graduated pay cuts, with the difference made up in shares, to help weather the twin hit of less advertising revenue and lower circulation caused by the coronavirus crisis.

UK's Daily Mirror, Mail predict coronavirus financial hit

The publishers of Britain's Daily Mail and Daily Mirror newspapers both flagged expected financial hits from the coronavirus crisis on Thursday, saying advertising and other revenue would be weakened.

Daily Mail publisher's acquisition of 'i' cleared by UK minister

Britain's Media Secretary Oliver Dowden on Tuesday said the Daily Mail publisher's acquisition of "i" would likely not lessen competition nor reduce the range of views in newspapers, therefore he would not to refer the deal to an in-depth probe.

UK's Corbyn attacks sale of "i" newspaper to owner of Daily Mail

British opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn attacked the sale of the politically neutral "i" newspaper to the owner of the Daily Mail on Friday, saying two billionaire press barons now owned half of the top 10 selling daily newspapers.

Daily Mail owner to sell energy data unit to Verisk Analytics for $364 million

Britain's Daily Mail and General Trust <DMGOa.L> said on Monday it had agreed to sell its energy information business Genscape to data analytics provider Verisk Analytics <VRSK.O> for $364 million.

Daily Mail owner to sell Genscape unit to Verisk Analytics for $364 mln

Publisher Daily Mail and General Trust said on Monday it had agreed to sell its energy information business Genscape to data analytics provider Verisk Analytics for $364 million, as the publisher looks to focus more on its portfolio.

Daily Mail owner's plan to return Euromoney stake to investors approved

Britain's Daily Mail newspaper owner said on Tuesday its investors had approved plans to return all of its shares in Euromoney Institutional Investor and 200 million pounds ($264.42 million) cash to eligible shareholders.

UPDATE 1-Daily Mail owner to return Euromoney stake to shareholders

The owner of Britain's Daily Mail newspaper plans to return all of its shares in Euromoney Institutional Investor and 200 million pounds ($264 million) cash to eligible shareholders, it said on Sunday.

REFILE-Daily Mail owner to return Euromoney stake to shareholders

The owner of Britain's Daily Mail newspaper plans to return all of its shares in Euromoney Institutional Investor and 200 million pounds ($264 million) cash to eligible shareholders, it said on Sunday.

Daily Mail looking at options for its Euromoney stake

Daily Mail and General Trust Plc said on Monday that it is considering options for its stake in Euromoney Institutional Investor Plc, which provides business-to-business information.

UPDATE 1-Daily Mail owner boosted by online advertising growth

The owner of Britain's Daily Mail newspaper said demand for advertising on its popular MailOnline website contributed to a 2 percent rise in underlying first-quarter revenue, keeping it on track to meet its full-year targets.

Daily Mail owner on track as first-quarter revenue rises 2 pct

The owner of Britain's Daily Mail newspaper said it was on track to meet its full-year expectations after demand for online advertising contributed to a 2 percent rise in underlying first-quarter revenue.

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