Marshalls PLC (MSLH.L)
16 Nov 2018
Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)
Aug 16 (Reuters) - Marshalls Plc MSLH.L::INTERIM DIVIDEND UP 18 PERCENT TO 4 PENCEPER SHARE.HY NET DEBT OF £48.9 MILLION (31 DECEMBER 2017: £24.3 MILLION), REFLECTING PURCHASE OF CPM FOR £41.4 MILLION.2020 STRATEGY CONTINUES TO DELIVER LONG-TERM SUSTAINABLE EBITDA GROWTH, HIGH ROCE AND A STRENGTHENED BRAND.CAPITAL EXPENDITURE OF £28 MILLION PLANNED FOR 2018.REVENUE FOR 6 MONTHS ENDED 30 JUNE 2018 GREW BY 12 PER CENT TO £244.3 MILLION.RECENT TRADING HAS BEEN STRONG AND GROUP HAS CONTINUED TO EXPERIENCE STRONG ORDER INTAKE.REVENUE IN BOTH JUNE AND JULY IS UP 21 PER CENT AGAINST PRIOR YEAR PERIOD.BOARD REMAINS CONFIDENT OF ACHIEVING ITS EXPECTATIONS FOR 2018.HY OPERATING PROFIT INCREASED TO £33.5 MILLION (2017: £29.8 MILLION) WITH OPERATING MARGINS SLIGHTLY AHEAD AT 13.7 PER CENT VERSUS. 13.6 PERCENT.MARSHALLS - SELF HELP PROGRAMME TO SUPPORT ORGANIC GROWTH IS PROGRESSING WELL; INTEGRATION OF CPM GROUP ON TRACK WITH POST ACQUISITION TRADING STRONG. Full Article
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MILAN, Oct 15 The following FTSE 100 companies will go ex-dividend on Thursday, after which investors will no longer qualify for the latest dividend payout. According to Reuters calculations at current market prices, the effect of the resulting adjustment to prices by market-makers would take around 1.58 points off the index. COMPANY (RIC) DIVIDEND STOCK OPTION IMPACT (pence) BAE 9
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