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Kingfisher PLC (KGF.L)

KGF.L on London Stock Exchange

337.20GBp
24 Apr 2017
Change (% chg)

9.00 (+2.74%)
Prev Close
328.20
Open
334.80
Day's High
347.00
Day's Low
334.70
Volume
16,450,691
Avg. Vol
10,008,432
52-wk High
390.60
52-wk Low
269.60

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Wed, Mar 22 2017

UPDATE 1-UK economy growing solidly despite inflation hit - BoE report

* RBS chairman worries UK over-reliant on consumer spending (Adds detail from BoE report, wraps in Markit survey and comments from RBS and Kingfisher)

REFILE-UPDATE 2-Kingfisher fears European political upheaval could hurt trade

LONDON, March 22 Home improvement retailer Kingfisher warned that the effect of the Brexit vote and potential disruption from the French election could hit trade in its two main markets, sending its shares sharply lower on Wednesday.

BRIEF-Kingfisher engages Goldman Sachs for share repurchase

* Engaged Goldman Sachs International in relation to an irrevocable, non- discretionary programme for purchase of shares

Kingfisher beats forecasts for year profit, cautious on France

LONDON, March 22 Home improvement retailer Kingfisher beat forecasts with an 8.3 percent rise in annual profit, with a resilient sales performance in Britain outweighing a softer French market which it remains cautious about.

Barclays appoints Ian Cheshire to chair UK retail bank

LONDON, Feb 27 Barclays said on Monday that it had appointed Ian Cheshire, the former chief executive of Kingfisher Plc, to chair its ring-fenced UK retail business.

BRIEF-Charles Voegele Holding sells large part of its German store network to Tedi, Woolworth And KIK

* Tedi, Woolworth and KiK buy large part of Charles Vögele German store network

UPDATE 2-Kingfisher's sales growth held back by soft French market

* Shares fall up to 3 pct (Adds CEO quote, analyst comment, shares)

Kingfisher Q3 sales growth driven by UK and Poland

LONDON, Nov 22 Kingfisher, Europe's largest home improvement retailer, reported growth in third-quarter underlying sales with strong demand in Britain and Poland more than offsetting weakness in France.

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