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Aston Martin Lagonda Shares News & Articles

Market report: Guidance cut by Aston Martin sees shares crash, ITV woos Love Island fans

Luxury sports cars maker Aston Martin Lagonda (AML) has issued a profit warning on Wednesday blaming pressure on its caused by ongoing economic uncertainty, much of which is being caused by Brexit unknowns. Shares in the company crashed 23% to 799.8p with full guidance for full year car volumes and earnings cut, and worryingly, hinting that things may yet get worse. ‘We anticipate that ...

Market Report: UK shares surge following US-China trade truce, Future shares soar

Shares get off to a flying at the start of the third quarter, with Asia and Europe sharply higher today after US and China agree to resume trade talks. Donald Trump offers to put a break on new tariffs and eases restrictions on tech company Huawei. The UK is strong across the board, with house builders up 2.6% and industrials up 1.8%. Oil majors are strong gaining 2% as crude prices gain after ...

Aston Martin in reverse as IPO costs tip 'James Bond' car maker into the red

It is fair to say luxury car maker Aston Martin Lagonda (AML) is enduring a bumpy start to life as a public company since its IPO in October 2018. The shares have lost more than 40% of their value on the £19 IPO (initial public offer) price, slumping more than 17% alone today to £11.32. This after maiden full year results show weakening earnings, more Brexit disruption and hefty costs from ...

Market report: Royal Mail set for FTSE 100 exit as markets drift on limited corporate news

All eyes are on Royal Mail (RMG) ahead of the FTSE 100 re-shuffle next Tuesday. With the shares trading down another 2% to 317p on Friday, its current market capitalisation of just over £3.2bn. That puts it in 119th spot in terms of valuation on the UK stock market, well below the 110th place cut-off, meaning it will automatically be ejected from the blue-chip index. This sums up a ...

Market report: Pound slumps, Royal Mail and Aston Martin fail to win over investors

The FTSE 100 and 250 indices head in opposite directions amid panic over Brexit developments. Dominic Raab’s resignation as Brexit Secretary has triggered a sell-off in the pound and hurt the domestically-focused FTSE 250, down 0.7% to 18,772. In contrast, the more internationally-focused FTSE 100 rises 0.5% to 7,069, helped by strength in the mining sector amid hope that trade tensions will ...
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