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De La Rue PLC (DLAR.L)

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Wed, May 30 2018

UPDATE 3-De La Rue says on the mend after Brexit passport blow

* Net debt at five-year low (Adds shares, analyst comment, CEO comment from call)

De La Rue full-year profit hit by loss of post-Brexit passports

May 30 British banknotes and passports maker De La Rue said operating profit fell 11.2 percent, in line with its lowered guidance, after it lost a key contract to print UK post-Brexit passports and suffered delays in some other contracts.

Activist Crystal Amber says De La Rue vulnerable to takeover

* Crystal Amber's Richard Bernstein says met with De La Rue CEO

Activist Crystal Amber 3.11 percent stake in De La Rue: filing

LONDON Activist Crystal Amber on Monday disclosed a 3.11 percent stake in De La Rue , the company that makes British passports, in a filing to the London Stock Exchange.

Activist Crystal Amber 3.11 pct stake in De La Rue - filing

LONDON, April 30 Activist Crystal Amber on Monday disclosed a 3.11 percent stake in De La Rue, the company that makes British passports, in a filing to the London Stock Exchange.

UPDATE 3-De La Rue drops blue British passport bid, says profit hit

* Shares fall to 12-month low (Updates with confirmation of Gemalto's contract win)

De La Rue will not appeal loss of UK 'Brexit' passport contract

LONDON, April 18 De La Rue, the company that makes British passports, said on Wednesday it would not appeal against a decision to award the next contract to a foreign firm.

UPDATE 1-British passport maker to appeal loss of "Brexit blue" contract

* Petition to stick with British company tops 270,000 (Adds government, union reaction)

Britain gives De La Rue more time to appeal blue passport 'snub'

LONDON Britain has given De La Rue an extra two weeks to challenge the decision to award the contract to make new, blue passports after Brexit to a European company.

Britain gives De La Rue more time to appeal blue passport "snub"

LONDON, April 3 Britain has given De La Rue an extra two weeks to challenge the decision to award the contract to make new, blue passports after Brexit to a European company.

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