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Wolseley (LSE: WOS)

3,201.00 61.00 (1.94%)

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Today's Open 3,149.00p
Previous Close 3,140.00p
Daily Range 3,149.00p - 3,204.00p
52-Week Range 0.00p - 3,204.00p
Market Cap £0.00
P/E Ratio 0.00
Dividend (Yield) 0.00p (0.0%)
Volume 360,636
Average Daily Volume 0
Current FY EPS 0.00p

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A look back at the week in London.

Should I Buy These 5 Shares?

Harvey Jones takes a second look at Rolls-Royce Holdings, ARM Holdings, Wolseley, Schroders, and Standard Chartered.

Wolseley Suffers From Eurozone Woes

"Challenging conditions" in Europe cause Wolseley to take a hit.

3 FTSE Shares for the Week Ahead

We'll have updates from Wolseley, Johnson Matthey, and KCOM.

My Verdict on 5 FTSE Boardrooms

What you need to know about the boardrooms of Bunzl, Compass Group, Kingfisher, Reed Elsevier, and Wolseley.

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Harvey Jones checks the pipes and wires at Wolseley.

3 FTSE Dividends Lifted This Week

Kingfisher, Resolution, and Wolseley all boost their payouts.

Wolseley Disappoints, Axes Struggling Operations

Contrasting results at Wolseley for six months to January 2013 reveal healthy growth in ongoing business.

3 More FTSE 100 Shares for the Week Ahead

We'll be hearing from Wolseley, Compass, and TUI Travel.

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Wolseley (WOS) Description

Wolseley specialises in the manufacture and sale of construction equipment and products for heating and plumbing system installations. Acquisitions mean North America is now its biggest market, followed by Europe. Website:

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