William Hill Rating Reiterated by Nomura (WMH) (DailyPolitical)
Nomura reiterated their reduce rating on shares of William Hill plc (LON:WMH) in a research note issued to investors on Monday, AnalystRatingsNetwork.com reports. The firm currently has a GBX 339 ($5.20) target price on the stock. William Hill plc (LON:WMH) traded up 1.51% on Monday, hitting GBX 435.90. William Hill plc (LON:WMH) has a 52-week low of GBX 243.568 and a 52-week high of GBX 437.00. The stock’s 50-day moving average is currently GBX 314.1. The company’s market cap is £3.075 billion. William Hill plc (LON:WMH) has been the subject of a number of other recent research reports.
William Hill to operate sportsbook at Downtown Grand (CasinoCityTimes)
Fifth Street Gaming, developer and operator of the Downtown Grand, has signed a long-term agreement with William Hill plc (LON:WMH) U.S. to operate a race and sportsbook at the downtown Las Vegas casino, the company said Tuesday. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. The deal has to be approved by Nevada gaming regulators. The Downtown Grand is expected to open in September and is located on Third Street between Stewart and Ogden avenues, also known as Downtown3rd. The sportsbook will have a William Hill plc (LON:WMH) storefront and dedicated entrance on Third Street, with an outdoor look similar to the company’s 2,400 betting shops in the United Kingdom.
A Closer Look At BT Group Plc’s Dividend Potential (Fool)
Is BT Group plc (ADR) (NYSE:BT) a solid pick for dividend growth? Dividend income accounts for around two-thirds of total returns, the actual rate of return taking into account both capital and income appreciation. Given that share prices are often volatile and unpredictable, the potential for plump dividends can give shareholders much-needed peace of mind for decent returns. I am currently looking at the dividend prospects of BT Group plc (ADR) (NYSE:BT) and assessing whether the company is an appetising pick for income investors. …BT Group plc (ADR) (NYSE:BT) has steadily ramped up dividend payments over the past four years, moving in line with robust earnings growth, with the annual shareholder payout accelerating over the period and breaching double-digits over the past 24 months.
BT Group plc : Public calls for choice when contacting government (4-Traders)
BT Group plc (ADR) (NYSE:BT) and Avaya research finds that people understand the need for efficiency but still expect flexibility to choose contact channel when dealing with government Public sector organisations should be wary of restricting people’s choice in how they contact them, suggests new research from BT Group plc (ADR) (NYSE:BT) and Avaya. While 86 per cent of people appreciate the need for efficiency only 28 per cent agree that making online self-service the exclusive contact channel for public services would be a good way for the government to save money and provide a good level of service.
3 Things To Loathe About BT Group plc (Fool)
There are things to love and loathe about most companies. Today, I’m going to tell you about three things to loathe about BT Group plc (ADR) (NYSE:BT). I’ll also be asking whether these negative factors make the telecommunications company a poor investment today. …Some years ago I got so frustrated with BT Group plc (ADR) (NYSE:BT)’s customer service that I switched to another provider, vowing never to go back to BT Group plc (ADR) (NYSE:BT) again. Recently, like a woman who forgets just how painful her first childbirth was, I was tempted back for a second go. It’s still painful. The number of levels of automated messages you have to go through to get to the person you want to speak to at BT Group plc (ADR) (NYSE:BT) is appalling and I keep losing my ‘free’ 1571 answer service for not making enough ‘chargeable calls’. Irritating.