|Last Trade:||Buy 1,743 at 6,264.68p|
|Day's Range||6,212.00p - 6,315.00p|
|52wk Range:||5,559.00p - 7,174.00p|
|Shares in Issue:||708m|
Recent Trades History Reckitt Benckiser (RB.)
|Buy/Sell||Volume||Trade Prc||Trade Type||Trade Time|
|Buy*||1,743||6,264.68||Ordinary||18:45:06 - 20-Sep-19|
|Buy*||1,010||6,264.68||Ordinary||18:45:06 - 20-Sep-19|
|Buy*||773||6,264.679||Ordinary||18:45:06 - 20-Sep-19|
|Buy*||31||6,269.516||Ordinary||18:45:04 - 20-Sep-19|
|Buy*||107||6,269.505||Ordinary||18:45:04 - 20-Sep-19|
|Buy*||21||6,269.524||Ordinary||18:45:04 - 20-Sep-19|
|17:38:43 - 20-Sep-19|
|17:38:56 - 20-Sep-19|
|17:25:51 - 20-Sep-19|
|17:27:01 - 20-Sep-19|
Share Price History for Reckitt Benckiser
|18th Sep 2019 (Wed)||6,278.00||6,305.00||6,241.00||6,289.50|
|17th Sep 2019 (Tue)||6,228.00||6,306.00||6,202.00||6,290.00|
|16th Sep 2019 (Mon)||6,233.00||6,325.00||6,218.00||6,265.50|
|13th Sep 2019 (Fri)||6,391.00||6,409.00||6,264.00||6,270.50|
|12th Sep 2019 (Thu)||6,399.00||6,444.00||6,362.00||6,419.00|
|11th Sep 2019 (Wed)||6,406.00||6,406.00||6,322.00||6,396.50|
|10th Sep 2019 (Tue)||6,323.00||6,418.00||6,267.00||6,384.00|
|9th Sep 2019 (Mon)||6,409.00||6,428.00||6,300.00||6,316.50|
|6th Sep 2019 (Fri)||6,402.00||6,426.00||6,341.00||6,383.50|
|5th Sep 2019 (Thu)||6,499.00||6,506.00||6,370.00||6,404.00|
|4th Sep 2019 (Wed)||6,502.00||6,502.00||6,428.00||6,492.50|
|3rd Sep 2019 (Tue)||6,444.00||6,539.00||6,424.00||6,461.00|
|2nd Sep 2019 (Mon)||6,366.00||6,520.00||6,366.00||6,440.50|
|30th Aug 2019 (Fri)||6,343.00||6,433.00||6,343.00||6,363.00|
|29th Aug 2019 (Thu)||6,375.00||6,431.00||6,319.00||6,366.00|
|28th Aug 2019 (Wed)||6,231.00||6,403.00||6,202.00||6,366.00|
|27th Aug 2019 (Tue)||6,083.00||6,257.00||6,079.00||6,242.00|
|26th Aug 2019 (Mon)||0||0.00||0.00||6,112.00|
|23rd Aug 2019 (Fri)||6,157.00||6,163.00||6,095.00||6,136.50|
|22nd Aug 2019 (Thu)||6,143.00||6,198.00||6,081.00||6,136.50|
|21st Aug 2019 (Wed)||6,170.00||6,249.00||6,165.00||6,217.00|
|20th Aug 2019 (Tue)||6,211.00||6,305.00||6,157.00||6,174.00|
Reckitt Benckiser Group Plc is a global giant in household cleaning, health and personal care. With some 23,000 employees, it operates in over 60 countries and has sales in 180 countries worldwide. To date, sales exceed five billion and continue to grow due to its 18 leading Power brands and its highly motivated multinational management system.
While Benckiser was established by J.A. Benckiser in 1823, it was in 1848 that Isaac Reckitt purchased a starch mill in Hull before diversifying into the household cleaning product sector. In 1862, Reckitt died and left the company to his three sons. 1913 witnessed the formation of a successful joint venture between Reckitt and Sons and J and J Colman-Atlantis Ltd, and in 1938 these two companies merged to create Reckitt and Colman Plc. However, it was not until 1999 that it merged with Benckiser N.Y to become Reckitt and Benckiser Plc. Its most recent activity includes a global campaign to reduce the total carbon footprint of all Reckitt Benckiser products by 20% by 2020.
With such an impressive but consistent company growth, it's easy to see why this company chose as its motto the phrase 'Seeing is Believing.' The annual reports for 2007 stated that it was the eighth year running that Reckitt Benckier witnessed above industry average net revenues and profit growth, with share dividends increasing by 21%. Diluted earnings per share was 127.9p and dividend per share was 55.0p. Surely shareholders were pleased with this performance, irrespective of the original share price.
With such an impressive portfolio that is still expanding globally, Reckitt Benckiser Plc has certainly achieved a clean bill of heath business wise.
News - Tuesday, June 14, 2011
The top share index in Britain crept slightly higher on Monday, reversing the trend of drops seen at the end of last week. Several heavyweights in the mining sector helped the FTSE 100 higher as it closed up 0.1 per cent reaching 5773, an increase of 7.66 points....
News - Friday, April 15, 2011
Britain's leading share index closed at a two week low as consumer goods group Reckitt Benckiser slid, dragging the FTSE 100 lower. By the end of the session, the index had fallen by 0.8 per cent to 5963, the lowest closing level since 31 March, despite gaining 1.1 per cent on the year so far....