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Daily Mail and General Trust P L C (DMGOa.L)

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Daily Mail and General Trust plc manages a multinational portfolio of companies that provide a range of businesses and consumers with information, analysis, insight, news and entertainment. The Company's segments include RMS, dmg information, dmg events, Euromoney and dmg media. The RMS segment produces risk models, software... (more)

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Beta: 0.92
Market Cap(Mil.): £2,184.61
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 337.39
Dividend: 15.80
Yield (%): --

Financials

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P/E (TTM): -- 66.59 17.28
EPS (TTM): -- -- --
ROI: -- 3.51 35.61
ROE: -- 4.71 17.17

Euromoney sells markets intelligence unit for $180.5 mln​

LONDON, Feb 12 Euromoney, a business to business information company, said it agreed to sell its Global Markets Intelligence Division(GMID) to a consortium led by CITIC Capital Partners for $180.5 million, selling off a non-core unit.

Feb 12 2018

REFILE-Acquisitions help boost Euromoney revenue

Feb 1 Euromoney Institutional Investor, publisher of the Euromoney magazine, said quarterly revenue rose 6 percent, as recent acquisitions more than offset the negative impact from a stronger pound.

Feb 01 2018

BRIEF-Daily Mail group confirms outlook, Q1 ad revenue up 2 pct

* ‍OUTLOOK FOR YEAR UNCHANGED AND IN LINE WITH CURRENT MARKET EXPECTATIONS​

Jan 25 2018

Daily Mail & General Trust: a media stock no more

LONDON, Jan 10 Is Daily Mail & General Trust (DMGT) a newspaper company struggling to diversify away from a declining industry? Or a kind of private equity fund whose investments may soon start to pay off?

Jan 10 2018

UPDATE 2-Daily Mail shares sink on prospect of another tough year for print

* Shares fall as much as 25 percent (Adds further quotes from analyst presentation)

Nov 30 2017

Breakingviews - Daily Mail finally succumbs to media malaise

LONDON (Reuters Breakingviews) - The Daily Mail is finally succumbing to the media industry’s malaise. After years of defying gravity while rival publishers watched circulation and revenue crash, the right-wing tabloid’s parent company expects its media business to shrink next year. That complicates boss Paul Zwillenberg’s plan to show that Daily Mail and General Trust is more than a struggling publisher.

Nov 30 2017

BRIEF-Daily Mail owner DMGT full-year profit falls 13 pct to 226 mln stg

* ‍CONSUMER: ENCOURAGING PERFORMANCE FROM DMG MEDIA; REVENUE UP UNDERLYING 1%, ADJUSTED PROFIT UP UNDERLYING 10%, WITH MAILONLINE MOVING INTO OPERATING PROFIT DURING FINAL QUARTER​

Nov 30 2017

UPDATE 1-UK's Euromoney sells Dealogic stake; reports small rise in annual profit

Nov 22 Euromoney Institutional Investor, publisher of the Euromoney magazine, said on Wednesday it would sell its stake in Dealogic, a provider of financial content and analytics, to Ion Investment Group for about $135 million.

Nov 22 2017

BRIEF-Daily Mail and General Trust sees full-year in line

* ‍group outlook for 2017 in line with current market expectations​

Oct 02 2017

BRIEF-Daily Mail & General Trust announces disposal of admissions education business

* ‍ANNOUNCES SALE OF HOBSONS' ADMISSIONS SOFTWARE BUSINESS TO CAMPUS MANAGEMENT, INCREASING DMGT'S PORTFOLIO FOCUS Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

Sep 29 2017

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