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Compass Group PLC (CPG.L)

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1,494.50+5.00 (+0.34%)
As of 1:36PM BST. Market open.
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Previous close1,489.50
Open1,484.50
Bid1,494.00 x 0
Ask1,495.00 x 0
Day's range1,470.50 - 1,500.00
52-week range1,024.50 - 1,721.63
Volume344,368
Avg. volume3,350,122
Market cap26.662B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.02
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-20.00
Earnings date12 May 2021
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend date16 Jan 2020
1y target est1,741.25
  • Compass Group profits slump as Covid keeps office canteens closed
    The Guardian

    Compass Group profits slump as Covid keeps office canteens closed

    Compass Group profits slump as Covid keeps office canteens closedRevenues down by a third and analysts say demand for food service in office buildings unlikely to fully recover An office vending machine. Compass said it was ‘working closely with our clients to prepare to reopen their sites safely’. Photograph: Canteen/Reuters

  • Reuters

    Caterer Compass anticipates growing appetite as economies reopen

    (Reuters) -Food catering volumes will pick up from September as students return to university campuses, audiences attend sports and music events and economic activity recovers, the head of Britain's Compass Group said on Wednesday. Margins at the world's biggest catering company have increased over the last year as it managed costs and renegotiated contracts, but volumes are flat at about 70% of pre-pandemic levels. Compass, which serves office staff, school children, seniors in old age homes, armed forces and events attendees across 45 countries, expects revenue recovery to be gradual.

  • Rashford free school meals row shines light on role of catering firms
    The Guardian

    Rashford free school meals row shines light on role of catering firms

    Rashford free school meals row shines light on role of catering firmsSince the start of 2016, Compass and its subsidiary Chartwells have won contracts worth almost £350m * Rashford: something ‘going wrong’ with free school meal deliveries