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Givaudan SA (GIVN.S)

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Givaudan CEO expects strong 2016 EBITDA, but sees Forex tailwinds waning
Thursday, 25 Aug 2016 

Givaudan Sa : Ceo says h1 sales growth was helped by forex tailwinds in latam, these tailwinds won't recur in h2 .Ceo says expects strong ebitda in 2016, very confident on free cash flow generation.  Full Article

Givaudan has pipeline of acquisition deals - CEO
Monday, 18 Jul 2016 

Givaudan has a large pipeline of potential deals, Chief Executive Gilles Andrier said in an interview with Reuters. : CEO says Brexit has little effect on company's UK business . Givaudan CEO gives no comment on H2 outlook . CEO says company looking at deals in both flavours and fragrances divisions . CEO says company says lower sales growth in flavours business comes in weak environment for food companies. . Company wants to increase sales with local and regional companies Further company coverage: [GIVN.S] (Reporting by John Revill) ((John.Revill@thomsonreuters.com;)).  Full Article

Amyris announces long term collaboration with Givaudan
Tuesday, 28 Jun 2016 

:Amyris announces long term, multi-million-dollar collaboration in cosmetic active ingredients with Givaudan.  Full Article

Givaudan acquires ConAgra Foods’ Spicetec Flavors & Seasonings business
Tuesday, 24 May 2016 

Givaudan SA : Said on Monday is acquiring ConAgra Foods’ Spicetec Flavors & Seasonings business . The total purchase price is $340 million, which Givaudan plans to fund from existing resources . The transaction is expected to close in the next 60-90 days .The transaction is expected to add approximately $185 million to Givaudan’s revenue on a full year basis.  Full Article

Givaudan SA to propose FY 2015 dividend
Tuesday, 2 Feb 2016 

Givaudan SA:To propose dividend of 54.0‍​ Swiss francs per share for FY 2015.  Full Article


European bourses brace for crucial Catalan meeting after close

LONDON European bourses ended the day slightly lower on Tuesday as investors braced themselves for a possible unilateral declaration of independence at the Catalan parliament, which, it is anticipated, would lead to turmoil on Spanish markets and beyond.