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Consumer ServicesMedia
  • Price (GBX)592.80
  • Today's Change-32.00 / -5.12%
  • Shares traded1.71m
  • 1 Year change-39.65%
  • Beta1.5039
Data delayed at least 20 minutes, as of Jul 08 2020 14:07 BST.
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Consensus recommendation

  • 02-Jul-20
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Recommendations02-Jul-20
Buy3
Outperform9
Hold8
Underperform4
Sell0

Share price forecast

The 19 analysts offering 12 month price targets for WPP PLC have a median target of 680.00, with a high estimate of 1,090.00 and a low estimate of 500.00. The median estimate represents a 8.83% increase from the last price of 624.80.
High74.5%1,090.00
Med8.8%680.00
Low-20.0%500.00

Dividends

In 2019, WPP PLC reported a dividend of 0.23 GBP, which represents a 62.17% decrease from last year. The 22 analysts covering the company expect dividends of 0.25 GBP for the upcoming fiscal year, an increase of 9.25%.
Div growth (TTM)-62.17%
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Earnings history & estimates

WPP PLC reported annual 2018 earnings of 1.08 per share on Mar 01, 2019.
Average growth rate+0.71%
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Revenue history & estimates

WPP plc had revenues for the full year 2018 of 12.83bn. This was 2.38% below the prior year's results.
Average growth rate+2.03%
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