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Associated British Foods PLC (ABF.L)

ABF.L on London Stock Exchange

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Wed, Apr 24 2019

Primark cushions AB Foods as sugar earnings dissolve

LONDON Associated British Foods said almost zero first half profit from sugar represented the "low water mark" for the business, forecasting an improved performance as prices improve.

REFILE-UPDATE 2-Primark cushions AB Foods as sugar earnings dissolve

LONDON, April 24 Associated British Foods said almost zero first half profit from sugar represented the "low water mark" for the business, forecasting an improved performance as prices improve.

Primark cushions AB Foods as sugar earnings dissolve

LONDON Associated British Foods said almost zero first half profit from sugar represented the "low water mark" for the business, forecasting an improved performance as prices improve.

AB Foods earnings held back by sugar

LONDON, April 24 Associated British Foods reported flat first-half earnings, reflecting a fall in sugar revenue and profit that was offset by growth in all its other businesses.

Primark owner AB Foods says no-deal Brexit would be 'reckless'

LONDON Leaving the European Union at the end of March without a deal would be "reckless" for Britain, the finance chief of Primark owner Associated British Foods , said on Thursday.

UPDATE 2-Primark owner AB Foods says no-deal Brexit would be "reckless"

* Shares rise as much as 6.7 pct (Recasts with FD, analyst comment, shares)

Primark's poor November trading sends AB Foods' shares lower

LONDON Associated British Foods blamed a fall in shopper numbers and unseasonably warm weather for negative underlying sales at its Primark fashion chain in November, sending its shares lower.

UPDATE 1-Primark's poor November trading sends AB Foods' shares lower

LONDON, Dec 7 Associated British Foods blamed a fall in shopper numbers and unseasonably warm weather for negative underlying sales at its Primark fashion chain in November, sending its shares lower.

Britain's sugar production falls following dry summer

* Sugar production in Britain is expected to fall to 1.05 million tonnes this season, down from the prior season's 1.37 million, Associated British Foods (ABF) said on Tuesday.

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