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Associated British Foods PLC (ABF.L)

ABF.L on London Stock Exchange

2,300.00GBp
19 Oct 2018
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Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

Associated British Foods Says Chairman Sinclair To Retire
Thursday, 22 Feb 2018 05:00am EST 

Feb 22 (Reuters) - Associated British Foods Plc ::‍ANNOUNCES THAT CHARLES SINCLAIR, CHAIRMAN, YESTERDAY NOTIFIED HIS INTENTION TO RETIRE FROM BOARD ON 11 APRIL 2018​.‍MICHAEL MCLINTOCK, INDEPENDENT NON-EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR , WILL SUCCEED CHARLES SINCLAIR AS CHAIRMAN OF COMPANY​.  Full Article

AB Foods' Primark 2016-17 UK like-for-like sales up "over 4 pct" - FD
Monday, 11 Sep 2017 03:19am EDT 

Sept 11 (Reuters) - Ab Foods :FD says Primark's 2016-17 UK like-for-like sales were up "over 4 percent".  Full Article

AB Foods says Primark's Q3 UK like-for-like sales growth "a lot better" than H1's
Thursday, 6 Jul 2017 03:24am EDT 

July 6 (Reuters) - AB Foods :Shares up 2.2 percent after firm says full year outlook has "marginally improved".FD says Primark's Q3 UK like-for-like sales growth "a lot better" than H1 increase of 2 percent.  Full Article

AB Foods says Primark "traded well through Easter"
Wednesday, 19 Apr 2017 03:06am EDT 

April 19 (Reuters) - Ab Foods :CEO says Primark "traded well through Easter".Shares up 4 percent as firm raises full year guidance.  Full Article

AB Foods CEO says Primark trading good since Oct
Tuesday, 8 Nov 2016 03:02am EST 

Ab Foods : CEO tells Reuters first 2 weeks of fiscal year from sept. 18 tough for Primark, since then trading good Further company coverage: [ABF.L] (Reporting by Frankfurt Newsroom) ((frankfurt.newsroom@thomsonreuters.com; +49 69 7565 1270;)).  Full Article

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Primark sharpens ethical focus in bid for German customers

BERLIN Primark, the fashion chain owned by Associated British Foods , has emphasized its commitment to environmental standards and safer working conditions as it fights for market share in discount-loving Germany and other countries.