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Wood Group Share Price (WG.)

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Price 598.60on 18-03-2019 at 16:30:00
Change 21.40 3.71%
Buy 595.20
Sell 595.00
Buy / Sell WG. Shares
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Last Trade: Buy 6,967 at 598.60p
Day's Volume: 3,392,187
Last Close: 577.20p
Open: 574.20p
ISIN: GB00B5N0P849
Day's Range 571.00p - 598.60p
52wk Range: 481.00p - 801.20p
Market Capitalisation: £3,934m
VWAP: 0.00p
Shares in Issue: 682m

Recent Trades History Wood Group (WG.)

Buy/Sell Volume Trade Prc Trade Type Trade Time
Buy*6,967598.6017:11:17 - 18-Mar-19
Sell*2,200592.7918:28:12 - 18-Mar-19
Sell*1,179593.07417:40:15 - 18-Mar-19
Sell*1,071585.65217:40:02 - 18-Mar-19
Sell*161,854594.93117:40:39 - 18-Mar-19
Sell*48,200590.6617:30:20 - 18-Mar-19
Sell*846590.24217:22:35 - 18-Mar-19
Sell*2,049588.65417:08:18 - 18-Mar-19
Sell*76590.2917:09:00 - 18-Mar-19
Sell*3,951588.64117:07:09 - 18-Mar-19

Share Price History for Wood Group

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Date Open High Low Close Volume
18th Mar 2019 (Mon)574.20598.60571.00577.203,392,187
15th Mar 2019 (Fri)587.40596.80577.20582.6013,603,867
14th Mar 2019 (Thu)573.20585.00569.60573.802,902,086
13th Mar 2019 (Wed)558.20573.80558.20562.602,218,220
12th Mar 2019 (Tue)556.20562.60550.80551.202,907,070
11th Mar 2019 (Mon)549.80551.80544.80543.801,772,713
8th Mar 2019 (Fri)546.80548.00537.80552.601,800,749
7th Mar 2019 (Thu)565.60565.80548.80567.601,676,113
6th Mar 2019 (Wed)544.80578.20544.80549.203,795,781
5th Mar 2019 (Tue)545.40549.60540.60544.202,461,456
4th Mar 2019 (Mon)540.80547.00534.80535.001,728,316
1st Mar 2019 (Fri)524.00538.60520.60520.402,546,195
28th Feb 2019 (Thu)538.60538.60519.00538.803,809,700
27th Feb 2019 (Wed)547.60549.80538.20545.002,310,522
26th Feb 2019 (Tue)531.00548.20525.20528.602,917,061
25th Feb 2019 (Mon)529.80537.40526.40532.401,388,998
22nd Feb 2019 (Fri)536.80545.80530.60536.202,583,909
21st Feb 2019 (Thu)543.20555.00523.20542.803,122,798
20th Feb 2019 (Wed)515.80545.40513.00513.002,757,035
19th Feb 2019 (Tue)523.60524.60510.80522.801,910,750

WG. - Wood Group Investor Summary

The Wood Group, also known as the John Wood Group, is a global company that offers energy services to major companies. The group has three main sectors, Engineering and Production Facilities, Gas Turbine Services and Well Support which, between them, provide support, maintenance and repair services to oil, gas and power generation industries around the world. They are among the world leaders in the markets of deep sea engineering, the repair and servicing of industrial gas turbines and the servicing of offshore pipelines amongst other things. The Wood Group has a large presence in over 45 countries worldwide and hope to expand into new geographical areas over the next few years.

The present economic climate has meant that the Wood Group PLC share price has fallen over the course of the last year, however, the company still reported sales of over $5 billion. Today, the share price remains steady on a day to day basis and the company as a whole are still very much at the top of their industry. They have a huge market presence in Europe, Asia Pacific, The US and Canada, the Middle East and Africa, the Caribbean and throughout Russia. In each of their working locations, the group try to use local services and local resources to aid the various communities – a factor that makes them a popular choice with regards to acquisitioning partnerships. The Wood Group PLC are a well established global company that continue to thrive around the world.

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