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Pearson plc - ADR Company Snapshot
Pearson plc operates within the Book publishing sector. In addition to historical fundamental analyses, the complete report available to purchase compares Pearson plc with three other companies in this sector in the United States: S&P Global Inc (2015 sales of $5.31 billion of which 46% was S&P Global Ratings), Scholastic Corporation ($1.64 billion of which 59% was Children's Book Publishing and Distribut), and John Wiley & Sons Inc ($1.82 billion of which 57% was Research).

Sales Analysis. During the year ended December of 2015, sales at Pearson plc were $6.81 billion. This is a decrease of 15.1% versus 2014, when the company's sales were $8.02 billion. Contributing to the drop in overall sales was the 32.9% decline in Core, from $1.90 billion to $1.27 billion. There were also decreases in sales in North America (down 8.4% to $4.48 billion) and Growth (down 14.1% to $1.06 billion) .
  Stock Performance Chart for Pearson plc - ADR
  Stock Data: Recent Stock Performance:
  Current Price (1/13/2017): 9.93
(Figures in U.S. Dollars)
1 Week -0.9%   13 Weeks -2.6%  
4 Weeks -1.7%   52 Weeks -0.8%  
Pearson plc - ADR Key Data:
  Ticker: PSO Country: United States
  Exchanges: NYSE Major Industry: Media
    Sub Industry: Book Publishing
  2015 Sales 6,813,342,560
(Year Ending Jan 2016).
Employees: 37,265
  Currency: U.S. Dollars Market Cap: 8,158,936,826
  Fiscal Yr Ends: December Shares Outstanding: 821,645,199
  Share Type: Ordinary Closely Held Shares: 2,184,456
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