Good quality companies that have a long history of outperforming their peers can sometimes falter. Usually, this only happens when a big change, either cyclical or structural, takes place in the market.
Shares in education and media company Pearson (LSE: PSON) sank by as much as 15% yesterday morning, after it lowered its full-year profit guidance in a third quarter update, while it's down a further 9% today at the time of writing.
Pearson plc (NYSE:PSO), of the Services sector was at a price of 12.23 today, marking a change of -1.45%. Pearson plc forecasts a earnings per share growth of -18.20% over the next year. Its return on investment is currently 4.10% and its debt to ...
Support services company Carillion (LSE: CLLN) was given a boost today by the announcement that its joint venture has been awarded a �125m contract to carry out work on the next phase of the Dubai Trade Centre District project.