|Bid||56.62 x 0|
|Ask||56.63 x 0|
|Day's range||56.14 - 56.73|
|52-week range||55.05 - 62.83|
|PE ratio (TTM)||13.90|
|Earnings date||7 Feb 2018 - 12 Feb 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||1.75 (3.17%)|
|1y target est||48.86|
As soon as Indonesian domestic worker Anisa discovered she was pregnant with her first child, her heart sank. Having worked for 13 years in Hong Kong, she was terrified that her employer would fire her, jeopardising her future and that of her unborn child. For without a prized work contract, Anisa would be homeless, since foreign domestic helpers cannot rent their own property and must live with their employers, according to the city's labour laws.
Thomson Reuters Corp on Wednesday reported revenue below investor expectations as financial services clients in Europe and Britain held off on signing deals due to regulatory and political uncertainty. "We aren't satisfied with our top-line growth and we are addressing these issues by controlling everything that is within our control," CEO Jim Smith told analysts on an earnings call. Shares fell 7.2 percent to $43.46 on the New York Stock Exchange, their lowest since June, and were at C$56.14 in Toronto.
The Toronto-based company said it had profit of 46 cents per share. Earnings, adjusted for amortization costs and non-recurring costs, came to 68 cents per share. The results exceeded Wall Street expectations. ...
Thomson Reuters Corp on Tuesday reported higher-than-expected second-quarter earnings, helped by demand for market data, and increased its full-year forecast for margins and adjusted earnings per share. The company's shares hit an all-time high on the New York Stock Exchange, up 5 percent at $48.19, and were up 5.52 percent at C$60.20 on the Toronto Exchange. The Toronto-based information services provider is seeing its business grow at a time when many financial services companies have been cutting headcount.
Sweden, the Netherlands and Germany are among the best placed wealthy countries to cope with shocks like large-scale migration due to their strong safety nets, education programmes and economic opportunities, said a global report by KPMG. Switzerland took first place overall in KPMG's "Change Readiness Index," which measures the ability of 136 countries to respond to shocks and long-term trends, such as natural disasters, economic crises and climate change. Britain, in the early stages of Brexit negotiations to leave the European Union, moved into the top 10.
Sales in the company's Financial & Risk division, which accounted for more than half of company revenue, outpaced cancellations, a key indicator of future growth, driven by sales in Europe, Middle East, Africa and Asia. "If you look at what's happening in financial markets in general, there has been a reflection of more optimism than there was at this time last year," said Jim Smith, president and chief executive officer of Thomson Reuters, in an interview with Reuters on Friday. Thomson Reuters, the parent of Reuters News, competes for financial customers with Bloomberg LP, as well as News Corp's Dow Jones unit.
Banking giant HSBC announced on Friday that it is introducing a range of gender neutral titles for transgender customers and others who do not identify as male or female. The process for people wishing to change their gender on their bank account has also been simplified, the bank said in a statement on Transgender Day of Visibility. Instead of using the conventional honorifics Mr, Mrs or Ms, customers can choose from 10 gender neutral titles - Mx, Ind, M, Mre, Msr, Myr, Pr, Sai, Ser and Misc.
Thomson Reuters Corp (TRI.N)(TRI.TO) reported higher-than-expected quarterly profit on Thursday but its revenue missed forecasts and investors showed concern that one gauge of future demand from financial clients declined for the first time in almost three years. The news and information company's Financial & Risk unit, its biggest, showed cancellations outpacing sales for the first time in 11 quarters, helping push the stock down 3.8 percent. Revenue rose 1 percent to $1.5 billion in Financial & Risk, which provides news and analytics to banking, investment and other professional clients and accounts for half of total company revenue.
NEW DELHI/MUMBAI (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Supreme Court has asked seven states why land bought for industry is lying idle, raising questions about the benefit of special economic zones amid rising conflict over land. The zones have provoked controversy in India, which needs to create new economic opportunities for its fast-growing population. Hoping to imitate China's manufacturing success, India introduced the so-called SEZ Act in 2005, issuing hundreds of approvals.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co and NXP Semiconductors NV won Thomson Reuters Foundation's anti-slavery award on Wednesday for efforts to eradicate forced labour from supply chains. Selected from a shortlist of ten companies including Apple and Tesco, the winners of the Foundation awards were announced in London. "The bar has now been raised for businesses all over the world to follow suit," said Monique Villa, chief executive of the Thomson Reuters Foundation.