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Min-Max giorno203,52 - 203,52
Intervallo di 52 settimane203,52 - 203,52
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Beta (5 anni mensile)0,77
Rapporto PE (ttm)0,07
EPS (ttm)28,69
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    Climate Transition Pathways (CTP) strengthens Governance Committee with appointment of RMI

    LONDON, Sept. 28, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- WTW (NASDAQ: WTW) today announced the appointment of RMI (formerly Rocky Mountain Institute) as a Governance Committee Member for the Climate Transition Pathways (CTP) accreditation framework. Based in the US, RMI enables the governance committee to have a truly global approach to helping companies transition to a low carbon economy. RMI is an independent nonprofit organization which transforms global energy systems through market-driven solutions to al

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    WTW accelerates global recruitment drive with senior natural resources appointments

    Andrew Brunero joins as head of downstream energy brokingLONDON, Sept. 22, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- WTW (NASDAQ: WTW), a leading global advisory and broking solutions company, has announced the appointment of Andrew Brunero as the global head of downstream energy broking for its natural resources business. Brunero joins WTW from Marsh Energy, after spending more than a decade at the company, having worked across London, Houston and Dubai, where he is currently based. In his new position, Brunero

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    U.S. employers double down on controlling healthcare costs, enhancing affordability

    Seven in 10 employers expect moderate to significant cost increases over the next three years, WTW survey findsARLINGTON, Va., Sept. 15, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Two out of three U.S. employers (67%) plan to prioritize controlling rising healthcare benefit costs over the next three years. And with many employers expecting costs to rise steadily in the foreseeable future, they are pursuing several initiatives to manage costs and make benefits more affordable for employees. These are among the key