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Just Eat PLC (JE.L)

JE.L on London Stock Exchange

731.60GBp
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Change (% chg)

10.60 (+1.47%)
Prev Close
721.00
Open
722.80
Day's High
734.00
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718.20
Volume
1,015,379
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2,934,152
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906.00
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Wed, Mar 14 2018

LIVE MARKETS-Just Eat: delivering uncertainty

March 14 - Welcome to the home for real time coverage of European equity markets brought to you by Reuters stocks reporters and anchored today by Helen Reid. Reach her on Messenger to share your thoughts on market moves: helen.reid.thomsonreuters.com@reuters.net JUST EAT: DELIVERING UNCERTAINTY (1541 GMT) Investors are still digesting Just Eat's announcement of investment in delivery after its profit warning last week, and the sell-side - still overwhelmingly positive on the s

FTSE 100 lags Europe on miners and energy, Just Eat goes cold

LONDON, March 12 Britain's top share index underperformed other European markets on Monday due to weak mining and energy stocks, while shares in takeaway company Just Eat were hit by a broker downgrade.

UPDATE 2-Britain's Just Eat to spend more as competition hots up

* Shares down more than 7 pct (Adds CEO comments, analyst reaction, shares)

Britain's Just Eat to up spending in 2018, hitting core earnings

LONDON, March 6 British takeaway delivery company Just Eat said it would invest an additional 50 million pounds ($69 million) in 2018, resulting in a forecast for core earnings coming in below market expectations by as much as 60 million pounds.

UPDATE 1-Just Eat to join top table of British business

* Babcock, ConvaTec, Merlin demoted from index (Updates with confirmed index changes from FTSE Russell on Wednesday)

RPT-Just Eat to join top table of British business

LONDON, Nov 27 Online food delivery service Just Eat is set to join Britain's leading share index this Wednesday thanks to rapid growth that has seen its value more than treble since it was listed in 2014.

UPDATE 1-Just Eat raises 2017 revenue guidance after strong quarter​

LONDON, Oct 31 British takeaway ordering website Just Eat on Tuesday raised its full-year revenue guidance for the second time in four months after reporting a 47 percent increase in its latest quarter on the back of strong order growth.

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