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Kingfisher PLC (KGF.L)

KGF.L on London Stock Exchange

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27 Jul 2016
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Tue, Jul 12 2016

BRIEF-Kingfisher says to buy back shares worth up to 25 mln stg

* Aggregate purchase price of all shares acquired under programme will be no greater than 25 mln stg

BRIEF-Kingfisher says 87 pct of AGM votes to authorise directors to allot shares

* 87.28 percent of votes cast at agm in favour of resolution to authorise directors to allot shares, 12.72 percent against Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

Britain's FTSE lifted by solid Kingfisher

LONDON, May 24 Britain's top share index rose on Tuesday, helped by well-received trading statement from Kingfisher and a broker upgrade for Imperial Brands.

BRIEF-Kingfisher Q1 underlying sales up 3.6 pct

* We continue to feel confident in our ability to deliver our plan

BUZZ-Kingfisher: Bunnings stands in way of recovery

** B&Q should be fearful of Bunnings, the hugely successful Australian hardware retailer which recently bought troubled UK chain Homebase, says Smith & Williamson fund manager Mark Swain, who started shorting B&Q's owner Kingfisher two days ago

RPT-Indian banks reject Mallya's loan repayment offer, say need more

NEW DELHI, April 7 A group of Indian banks has rejected an offer by embattled liquor baron Vijay Mallya to repay part of the $1.4 billion loans his defunct Kingfisher airline owes them, a lawyer for the lenders told the Supreme Court on Thursday.

Indian banks reject Mallya's loan repayment offer, say need more

NEW DELHI, April 7 A group of Indian banks has rejected an offer by embattled liquor baron Vijay Mallya to repay part of the $1.4 billion loans his defunct Kingfisher airline owes them, a lawyer for the lenders told the Supreme Court on Thursday.

UPDATE 2-Kingfisher cautious on France despite "green shoots"

* Shares rise up to 5.8 percent, top blue chip gainer (Recasts with comments on France)

Kingfisher beats forecasts as profit edges higher

LONDON, March 23 Kingfisher, Europe's largest home improvement retailer, beat forecasts with a 0.3 percent rise in annual profit, though it said it remained cautious on the outlook for France, its most profitable market.

BRIEF-Kingfisher commences share repurchase programme

* Has commenced an irrevocable, non-discretionary programme to purchase shares on its own behalf, for cancellation, during period which commences on 1 February 2016 and ends on 23 March 2016

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