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WPP PLC ORD 10P 12.9% Potential Upside Indicated by Goldman Sachs
WPP PLC ORD 10P with EPIC LON:WPP has had its stock rating noted as 'Reiterates' with the recommendation being set at 'BUY' this morning by analysts at Goldman Sachs.
3 Digital Media Winners: WPP PLC ORD 10P, Daily Mail and General Trust plc ...
The media sector is being transformed by the digital revolution, which makes data transmission, storage and consumption cheap and desirable, whilst the traditional media of print and analogue broadcasting become costly, unwieldy and unappealing.
WPP PLC ORD 10P 20.3% Potential Upside Indicated
with the recommendation being set at 'OUTPERFORM' this morning by analysts at Exane BNP Paribas. WPP PLC ORD 10P are listed in the Consumer Services sector within UK Main Market.
WPP shrugs off election warning
Strong currency headwinds continued to impact WPP (WPP) in 2014, but another decent set of full-year results has nudged shares in the advertising giant to an all-time high.
Edmond Jackson's Stockwatch: Cello Group
When FTSE 100 -listed WPP (WPP) reported in June on its first four months of 2013, management cited like-for-like UK growth of 5%, albeit 13.5% at constant currency (sterling having weakened) "improving substantially in April, with all of the group's ...
Stockwatch: Stick this share in your SIPP or ISA
The dilemma for stock-pickers is high-profile firms such as WPP (WPP) showing a strong five-year chart that has advanced further of late, hence vulnerable to any market setback.
WPP to crank up buyback programme despite disappointing results
WPP said it anticipated a moderate improvement in client confidence in 2014, fuelled by the Fifa World Cup and Olympics in Brazil, but said the strong UK pound and weak emerging market currencies would continue to hit margins.
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Premier League TV rights - did Sky really beat BT?
BT (BT.A) and Sky (SKY) have paid over �5.1 billion for the rights to show English Premier League (EPL) matches from 2016-2019, 70% more than it cost to screen the previous three seasons.
Avoid bumps in the road
WPP is a UK company that has grown to become the largest media agency in the world. Over the last twenty years it has grown the dividend at a compound growth rate of 19% p.a.