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GKN PLC (GKN.L)

GKN.L on London Stock Exchange

340.90GBp
23 Jan 2017
Change (% chg)

-2.10 (-0.61%)
Prev Close
343.00
Open
340.00
Day's High
341.50
Day's Low
337.20
Volume
4,813,291
Avg. Vol
6,192,614
52-wk High
346.00
52-wk Low
245.80

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Thu, Nov 17 2016

BRIEF-GKN to shut GKN Yeovil at the end of 2017

* Will proceed to consult on the basis that GKN Yeovil will close at the end of 2017 - GKN spokesman

UK engineer GKN to close its helicopter factory in Somerset

Nov 17 British engineer GKN Plc said on Thursday it would close its GKN Yeovil helicopter factory in Somerset at the end of 2017 and cut several jobs at the site.

BRIEF-GKN sees 2016 as another year of growth

* Trading update for nine months ended 30 september 2016; management sales increased 21%, including organic sales growth of 2%, in line with expectations.

BRIEF-Altra agrees to buy Stromag

* Altra Industrial Motion Corp - acquisition cost comprises assumption of debt totaling approximately 14 million euros and a cash consideration

UK engineering company GKN to sell Stromag unit to Altra for $200 million

Engineering company GKN Plc said on Friday it had agreed to sell its Stromag unit to automobile parts maker Altra Industrial Motion Corp for 184 million euros ($200 million) in cash.

UK engineer GKN to sell Stromag unit to Altra for 184 mln euros

Oct 21 Engineering company GKN Plc said on Friday it had agreed to sell its Stromag unit to automobile parts maker Altra Industrial Motion Corp for 184 million euros ($200 million) in cash.

BRIEF-GKN Plc says to dispose unit Stromag for 198 mln euros

* GKN Plc agrees sale of its Stromag business for 198 million euros

Britain's FTSE 100 falls as sterling rebounds and energy shares slide

* GKN rises, traders cite vague bid talk; GKN declines comment

REFILE-Britain's FTSE boosted by BT and GKN

LONDON, July 26 UK shares opened in positive territory on Tuesday, driven by gains in engineering firm GKN and BT, though UK housebuilders fell after a series of price target cuts.

Engineer GKN sticks to 2016 forecast for growth

LONDON, July 26 British engineering company GKN stuck to a forecast for 2016 to be another year of growth as it said it would aim to cut costs by 30 million pounds ($39.32 million) to help boost next year's result.

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