|Last Trade:||Sell 9,756 at 1,849.00p|
|Day's Range||1,843.50p - 1,883.00p|
|52wk Range:||1,567.50p - 2,027.00p|
|Shares in Issue:||1,940m|
Recent Trades History Relx (REL)
|Buy/Sell||Volume||Trade Prc||Trade Type||Trade Time|
|17:17:53 - 15-Nov-19|
|17:27:01 - 15-Nov-19|
|18:00:00 - 14-Nov-19|
|Buy*||102||1,879.814||Ordinary||17:29:30 - 15-Nov-19|
|Buy*||750||1,859.678||Ordinary||17:24:46 - 15-Nov-19|
|Sell*||237||1,848.935||Ordinary||17:24:02 - 15-Nov-19|
|Buy*||6,826||1,862.359||Ordinary||17:19:10 - 15-Nov-19|
|Sell*||2,355||1,848.908||Ordinary||17:16:14 - 15-Nov-19|
|Buy*||29||1,859.517||Ordinary||17:10:57 - 15-Nov-19|
|Buy*||2,286||1,857.364||Ordinary||17:08:16 - 15-Nov-19|
Share Price History for Relx
|14th Nov 2019 (Thu)||1,854.50||1,877.50||1,850.00||1,871.50|
|13th Nov 2019 (Wed)||1,850.00||1,865.50||1,850.00||1,858.25|
|12th Nov 2019 (Tue)||1,840.50||1,863.50||1,836.00||1,860.75|
|11th Nov 2019 (Mon)||1,836.00||1,852.50||1,820.00||1,835.75|
|8th Nov 2019 (Fri)||1,847.00||1,858.00||1,840.00||1,850.00|
|7th Nov 2019 (Thu)||1,849.50||1,863.00||1,839.00||1,845.00|
|6th Nov 2019 (Wed)||1,830.50||1,852.50||1,819.00||1,845.50|
|5th Nov 2019 (Tue)||1,834.50||1,849.50||1,826.50||1,829.00|
|4th Nov 2019 (Mon)||1,855.50||1,865.50||1,839.00||1,844.50|
|1st Nov 2019 (Fri)||1,856.00||1,877.00||1,855.00||1,855.75|
|31st Oct 2019 (Thu)||1,875.00||1,892.00||1,859.50||1,865.25|
|30th Oct 2019 (Wed)||1,836.50||1,877.00||1,834.50||1,876.00|
|29th Oct 2019 (Tue)||1,850.00||1,858.50||1,830.50||1,854.00|
|28th Oct 2019 (Mon)||1,845.50||1,857.50||1,824.00||1,854.00|
|25th Oct 2019 (Fri)||1,835.00||1,849.50||1,816.50||1,846.00|
|24th Oct 2019 (Thu)||1,781.50||1,849.50||1,775.00||1,842.25|
|23rd Oct 2019 (Wed)||1,763.50||1,772.00||1,746.50||1,768.00|
|22nd Oct 2019 (Tue)||1,744.50||1,769.00||1,733.00||1,760.00|
|21st Oct 2019 (Mon)||1,741.50||1,758.50||1,705.00||1,746.00|
|18th Oct 2019 (Fri)||1,788.50||1,796.00||1,732.50||1,738.50|
|17th Oct 2019 (Thu)||1,800.00||1,809.50||1,777.50||1,793.75|
|16th Oct 2019 (Wed)||1,778.00||1,819.50||1,776.50||1,796.00|
Reed Elsevier Plc is a global company that is based in London,UK. It has some 35,700 employees of which 19,000 are based in North America. It is a publishing and printing giant as well as a world leader in offering professional information and work solutions in five main sectors: science, medical, legal, risk management and business. It is a holding company with principal investments being its direct 50% shareholding in the Reed Elsevier Group Plc and 39% shareholding in Elsevier Reed BV. Its US subsidiary is Reed Elsevier Capital Plc.
Founded in 1894 by Albert E. Reed, it became a public company in 1903. It has changed its name several times, becoming Reed International Ltd in 1970, Reed International Plc in 1988, and finally Reed Elsevier Plc in 2000. It witnessed rapid growth and expansion after World War Two due to mergers and acquisitions as well as producing industrial magazines through its subsidiary IPC Business Magazines Ltd and consumer magazines through IPC Magazines Ltd. In 1951 Elsevier Press Inc was established in the US.
Its most recent activity is the launch in 2009 of 'eclips Consult', a web site and email designed to make researching medical journals and related information an easier task. It offers journals and books in printed and electronic media which are offered to libraries, scientists and medical professionals as well as to communication businesses in the health sector.
Share performance has showed a historic rise in price per share with share prices in January 2009 closing at 537p, the highest shares have been since January 05 (with 540p per share.)
REL – no reading between the lines with a company that doesn't mince its words.
News - Thursday, July 29, 2010
Investors remained impressed with the very positive earnings reports released by a number of the UK's biggest companies. Share prices spiked in morning trading, moving sideways as the afternoon approached. By 12:30 BST the FTSE 100 index traded at 5,364.77, up 0.85 per cent....
News - Friday, July 03, 2009
Trading on the London Stock Exchange was light on Friday, with little in the way of corporate news, and markets in the U.S. closed for the 4th July holiday....