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Glasgow-based engineering company, are currently down 4%, following publication of first-half results, to 4 July 2014. On a constant currency basis, operating profit rose 4% (to £201m) and pre-tax profit increased 7% (to £182m), on revenue that was
RR Shares in Rolls-Royce (LSE: RR) fell over 2% in early trade this morning as it became the latest victim of the strong sterling, which weighed on the power-systems company's revenues and profits, despite the results being in line with expectations.
These are essentially unforeseen events that can have a negative impact on share prices and, as such, it's common sense for portfolios to have exposure to companies that are unlikely to be hit quite as hard as the wider index in the event of a severe
CEO Philip Clarke was to get the boot, but now they've woken up to the reality of business as usual at the ailing juggernaut and the prospect of more bad news to come Owain Bennallack owns shares in Tesco.
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the all-new 2015 Legacy is getting a big marketing push of its own from Subaru. Source: Subaru How important is the iconic Outback wagon to Subaru? Very. In fact, it's so important that it tends to overshadow some other strong Subaru models -- like
But Lincoln needs more new products to gain ground against strong rivals...GM ) all-out effort with Cadillac, Ford's push to reestablish Lincoln as a luxury contender has seemed to advance by fits and starts, with hints that the automaker's top
It's not that either company is in grave danger -- both are solidly profitable...Earlier this month, airline analyst John Godyn surveyed institutional investors about JetBlue and United's relative prospects. Two-thirds of investors thought United
is one of the biggest auto lenders in the industry. But its market share could be at risk as captive finance companies seek a come back with a vengeance. Thanks to rising leasing trends, new vehicle sales, and shifting credit scores, the nation's