Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
WPP Plc LSE:WPP London Ordinary Share JE00B8KF9B49 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +32.00p +2.05% 1,592.00p 1,591.00p 1,593.00p 1,593.00p 1,555.00p 1,565.00p 7,962,648 16:29:55
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 14,388.9 1,890.5 109.6 14.5 20,262.44

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20/7/2017
11:17
WPP buys French digital agency Extrême-Sensio as its Brexit-proofs with European expansion 09:46 20 Jul 2017 As a result of UK referendum to leave the European Union, WPP is placing an even greater emphasis on growth in Western Continental Europe, which includes Germany, France, Italy and Spain WPP CEO Martin Sorrell Sensio is a full service digital agency offering services including consulting, design, technology and customer acquisition WPP PLC (LON:WPP) has said that Grey, its global marketing communications agency unit, has bought a majority stake in French digital agency Extrême-Sensio as it focuses on growth in Europe in the wake of Brexit. The FTSE 100-listed advertising group said in a statement that: "As a result of UK's referendum decision to leave the European Union, WPP is placing an even greater emphasis on growth in Western Continental Europe, which includes Germany, France, Italy and Spain. This acquisition continues WPP's strategy of investing in fast growth markets and important sectors." READ: Deutsche Bank switches ad agencies preference from WPP Group to French rival Publicis Sensio is a full service digital agency that offers services including consulting, design, technology and customer acquisition. Headquartered in Paris, its clients include Groupe PSA, AXA, E.Leclerc, Futuroscope, Häagen Dazs and Nexity. Sensio's revenues were about €7.7mln for the year ended 31 December 2016 with gross assets of approximately €5.7mln as at the same date. The company is listed as one of the "Growth Champions" by Les Echos / Statista, and features in the Financial Times' "1000 Fastest Growing Companies". In France, WPP companies, including associates, generate revenues of US$700mln and employ around 4,500 people. WPP's digital revenues were over US$7.5bn in 2016, representing 39% of the Group's total revenues of US$19.4bn. WPP has set a target of 40-45% of revenue to be derived from digital in the next four to five years.
grupo guitarlumber
11/7/2017
07:22
The game changer for me always was the central banks becoming hawkish. The Fed has always created the recessions and it won't be any different this time.Protection of capital is more important to me than growth.Anyone seen the crypto currency bubble collapse? And the tech leadership not doing well lately? A sign of things to come I guess, the 2H of this year could be a blood bath.In fact I'm considering going short the market.
invisage
07/7/2017
19:03
I am watching WPP with interest. But tbh I am not putting any money in the markets at the moment as I believe we are in a downtrend in markets.Happy to watch from the side.
invisage
07/7/2017
15:14
Re WPP chart not looking pretty , but value starting to appear with stock below 1600p . Any views on the outlook post the malware breach . Normally Sir Martin pulls a rabbit out of the hat .
bench2
05/7/2017
12:55
No worries. All the best Pat.
invisage
30/6/2017
23:42
Saw my guitar hero Ritchie Blackmore last weekend, playing in his recent resurrection of Rainbow at the SSE Hydro in Glasgow. Stunning show, seat in the 4th row from the front! Amazing guitar performance. Rock music at its melodic best, from an amazing guitarist. Will remember the show for a long time :-)Off to my beloved Alpujarras next week in the mountains of southern Spain.Oh yeah, forgot this is a Financial site, supposed to talk stock market stuff aren't we ;-)Portfolio currently at +2.21%
gateside
30/6/2017
20:22
Numnutz Where is the weekly performance review? Slacker...
invisage
30/6/2017
01:48
Invisage/Voldemort is not welcome on this thread and has been Filtered.
pkvidean
29/6/2017
22:51
I hear Voldemort tried to sell some stock today but couldn't find a broker to execute his instructions...something about late payment of fees and cheating at cards...so much for being a player. LOL!
nasdaqpat
29/6/2017
22:49
Videan Don't hate the player, hate the game.
invisage
29/6/2017
22:05
So far this week, Voldemort's portfolio is Down (01.32%) whilst Videan's are Down just (00.14%) and loving it. FWIW, I estimate that Gateside was actually Up today (HSBA & Miners) and is only marginally Down on the week, estimate (0.02%) inc 0.08% allowance for Dividends.
nasdaqpat
29/6/2017
21:37
Consumer Discretionary Consumer Staples Technology Utilities All 4 sectors below 50 DMA in the US, make of that what you will. Certainly would'nt be 60% invested, Pat's going to get burnt.
invisage
29/6/2017
21:30
Your views are irrelevant, take them elsewhere!
nasdaqpat
29/6/2017
20:25
The bald facts are that DOW is 7 days into a Down wave which @ the earlier 21197 is only (01.57%) off its current ath of 21535. So, a further Up wave is just as likely as continued weakness. Having said that, both FTSE & DAX appear to be in corrections. FTSE has today established a second principal wave Down and has so far declined (03.38%) in 19 days (7599:7342). I fancy this second principal wave Down will go for c(04.50%) so my short-term target is c7221 with further downside to follow.
nasdaqpat
29/6/2017
19:33
Poor Voldemort, down (0.64%) today and panicking at the first sign of trouble!
nasdaqpat
29/6/2017
17:20
My view has always been the same, as long the the central banks pumped money into the markets I would stay very long. If you bothered to follow what the central banks are saying and in particular what the Fed said recently you will understand why I am positioned the way I am. The big boys are exiting, they can't liquidate overnight, they do it slowly drip by drip until it is obvious and then they dump aggressively causing a big down day. If you bothered to read the charts, you will see this is evident. As a private investor I can sell easily, which is what I have done. Being a perma bull or a bear for that matter is a road to ruin, the rich get richer buying during recessions and selling near tops.
invisage
29/6/2017
17:17
Nice one dylanrab! Voldemort was Down (0.64%) today...Hamlet, the mild cigar!
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