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Associated British Foods PLC (ABF.L)

ABF.L on London Stock Exchange

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23 Apr 2018
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Tue, Apr 17 2018

Primark-owner AB Foods' first-half profit held back by sugar

LONDON, April 17 Associated British Foods on Tuesday reported a 1 percent fall in first-half profit, with a resilient performance at its Primark fashion business offset by a previously flagged reduction in sugar revenues.

Primark-owner AB Foods first-half profit held back by sugar​

LONDON, Feb 26 Primark owner Associated British Foods on Monday forecast first-half profit in line with the same period last year, held back by a previously flagged reduction in sugar revenues.

Chairman of Primark owner AB Foods Sinclair to retire in April

LONDON, Feb 22 Primark owner Associated British Foods said on Thursday its chairman Charles Sinclair will retire on April 11 and be succeeded by Michael McLintock, an existing non-executive director at the firm.

BRIEF-Associated British Foods Says Chairman Sinclair To Retire

* ‍ANNOUNCES THAT CHARLES SINCLAIR, CHAIRMAN, YESTERDAY NOTIFIED HIS INTENTION TO RETIRE FROM BOARD ON 11 APRIL 2018​

Primark owner AB Foods maintains guidance after quarterly sales rise​

LONDON, Jan 18 Primark owner Associated British Foods maintained its full-year earnings guidance on Thursday, reporting quarterly revenue growth in all of its businesses apart from sugar.

Primark owner AB Foods forecasts 2017-18 earnings rise

LONDON, Dec 8 Associated British Foods said on Friday it expected a rise in 2017-18 earnings led by its Primark fashion chain.

BRIEF-ABF Freight announces negotiations start date with Teamsters

* ABF, Teamsters national freight industry negotiating committee have agreed to exchange initial proposals on December 18 and 19, 2017​

Breakingviews - ABF's sweet tooth will weigh on valuation

LONDON (Reuters Breakingviews) - Associated British Foods will pay for its sweet tooth. A company that sells everything from sugar beet to cheap party dresses has so far made the most of this somewhat odd mix. But its exposure to sugar prices means its valuation is too rich.

AB Foods sugar profits to fall in 2017-18 year - CEO

LONDON, Nov 7 Associated British Foods expects profits in its sugar business to fall in its 2017-18 financial year after rising 537 percent in 2016-17, its boss said on Tuesday.

AB Foods' full-year earnings up 20 pct on Primark growth​

LONDON, Nov 7 Associated British Foods on Tuesday reported a 20 percent rise in full-year earnings, helped by strong revenue growth at its Primark fashion business.

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