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"We are pleased by the positive momentum evident in recent updates and expect WPP to produce a combination of strong EPS [earnings per share] and DPS [dividends per share] progress (34% and 48% three-year aggregate growth, respectively) and robust ...
Stockwatch: Risk lovers should trade the volatility
As a truly global communications services group, WPP (WPP) is probably the best bellwether of overall business confidence.
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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Stockwatch: Insider stakebuilding merits attention
For example, WPP (WPP) and Providence Equity Partners bought Chime Communications last July for a 33% premium to prevailing market value.
FTSE tapers to noon with WPP in southbound focus
FTSE indices fell to midday with WPP (WPP) leading blue chips down, house builders slipping on UK mortgage data and multiple pharmas and some retailers tapering.
Stockwatch: Deflation fears return yet opportunities beckon
With sports' long-term prospects said to be "very promising" and other divisions doing well, WPP (WPP) has made a bid approach, possibly a straw in the wind, of big firms exploiting such warnings.
FTSE 100 may have further to fall
Ad giant WPP (WPP) went ex, too, falling 3.5% after it began trading without the right to its final dividend of 26.58p.
Analysts least bullish in 20 years
European stockmarkets have rallied over the past fortnight, but equity analysts - typically a bullish bunch - are concerned. Despite easing concerns about a possible Grexit, a fresh plunge in commodity prices, anticipation of higher interest rates and ...
The week ahead: BHP Billiton, Tesco, Sky, AstraZeneca
A decent set of full-year results helped push shares in advertising giant WPP (WPP) to an all-time high last month, and they have managed to climb even higher since.
FTSE pushes higher on a mixed bag of stocks
Other notable risers included media group WPP (WPP), fund manager Aberdeen Asset Management (ADN), luxury fashion retailer Burberry (BRBY) and Schroders (SDR), with increases ranging between 3.75% and 4.16%.