|Bid||1,746.50 x 0|
|Ask||1,747.00 x 0|
|Day's range||1,725.00 - 1,760.50|
|52-week range||1,374.50 - 1,760.50|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||0.49|
|PE ratio (TTM)||30.90|
|Earnings date||31 Mar 2020|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.46 (2.65%)|
|Ex-dividend date||17 Oct 2019|
|1y target est||1,664.33|
Investing.com -- Here is a rundown of the regulatory news releases from the London Stock Exchange on Wednesday, 13th November. Please refresh for updates.
Global threat detection and security technologies company, Smiths Detection is showcasing for the first time an integrated checkpoint solution at inter airport Europe 2019, which harnesses biometric technology to enable risk-based screening practices. With air passenger growth predicted to double by 2037, the aviation industry will be challenged to support this capacity growth whilst providing operational efficiencies and meeting shifting passenger expectations of the airport experience.1 To cope with this growth, biometric technology is being increasingly adopted at airport Border Control gates, bag drop and boarding gates.
Smiths Detection has won a contract with Meridian Port Services Limited (MPS) to provide cargo inspection technology for the major Tema Port Expansion project in Ghana - designed to accommodate the world’s largest container ships, improve cargo handling productivity and increase trade to both Ghana and the rest of Africa. Four Smiths Detection HCVPZ60 scanning portals were selected to deliver the Ghanaian authorities more efficient border security, while safeguarding state revenue derived from duties and taxes on containerised goods. With trade anticipated to grow in Ghana in the coming years, these portals have been selected in part because of their ability to facilitate fast and effective security processing of a high volume of container traffic.
Britain's FTSE 100 index is seen opening up 18 points at 7,278 on Friday, according to financial bookmakers, with futures up 20 points ahead of the cash market open. * SMITHS GROUP: Smiths Group Plc on Friday named JehanZeb Noor, an executive at Australia-based packaging company Amcor Flexibles, to lead its healthcare business and oversee its separation from the group next year. * BANKS: Britain's banks and building societies will have to charge the same amount for all overdrafts from April 2020, the Financial Conduct Authority said on Friday in what it called the most radical change of its kind in a generation.
Smiths Detection has added weapon detection to the innovative iCMORE family of smart and adaptable object recognition algorithms. It provides invaluable support for security operators, customs officers and other controlling authorities. iCMORE is designed to identify threats and help combat the movement of unsafe, undeclared or illegal goods.
Smiths Detection Inc. supplier Dainippon, has received an order to supply HI-SCAN XCT 10080, a next generation, high-speed explosives detection system , to Dainippon for Ezeiza International Airport in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Smiths Detection Inc. has adapted ScanVan, its vehicle-mounted mobile X-ray system originally developed to help protect ports and borders, for use in the commercial security market, at locations such as concerts, sports arenas, convention centers, schools, and at other places where temporary checkpoints are needed.
Smiths Detection is pleased to announce that it has received an order to support the upgrade to ECAC Standard 3 explosives detection systems (EDS) at Malpensa and Linate Airports in Milan. Operators SEA S.p.A required an innovative and efficient solution which would not only deliver compliance, but also high levels of security and operational efficiency. “The key factors in winning this competitive tender were our technical expertise and also the strength of our service organisation,” explained Jacques Bernardi, Sales Director Europe South/West & Africa, Smiths Detection.
The healthcare business has suffered from product delays, stricter European regulations and two lost contracts in the United States. A plan to merge it with U.S.-based ICU Medical fell through in September because Smiths and ICU could not agree on terms. "Pursuing a demerger of Smiths Medical will lead to two stronger companies, each...maximising the opportunities in their respective markets," Chief Executive Andy Reynolds Smith said.
Smiths Detection has achieved ECAC Standard 3.1 approval for its CTX 9800 DSi™ 0.5 m/s hold baggage explosives detection system. This is the second Smiths Detection scanner to achieve 3.1 approval - the highest defined hold baggage screening standard in the EU.