FTSE 100 index climbs high, Pearson will go up

Bulls herd was pleased by the FTSE 100 index

In brief: Stock trading in Europe closed on a positive background. Bullish trend persisted for the FTSE 100 index today.

Bulls were pleasantly surprised by the end of European trading the stock market today. FTSE 100 index added +38.50 points (0.72%). The level of trading volume increased at the end. FTSE 100 index stood at 5,351.12 points at the closing.

Meanwhile, Pearson raised the earnings forecast for 2010, Pearson company, which owns the Financial Times, increased earnings forecast for 2010 by 7% to 70 cents a share after profit in the first half increased by almost three times thanks to growth in sales of units for the production of educational publications and publishers Penguin. It is reported that net profit for the first six months of this year totaled 92 million pounds ($ 142.3 million), compared with 28 million pounds for the same period a year earlier. Sales rose 9% to 2.34 billion pounds.

Igor Tringlers
2010-07-26 17:24, Economics.

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