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British American Tobacco PLC (BATS.L)

BATS.L on London Stock Exchange

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18 Apr 2019
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Thu, Mar 28 2019

BUZZ-Citi upgrades UK tobacco companies on positive demand growth forecast

** British tobacco stocks Imperial Brands shares up 1.9 pct, BAT up 1.4 pct after Citi upgrades stocks to "buy"

BUZZ-UK tobacco stocks: Tops FTSE 100 on Citi upgrades

** Imperial Brands shares up 2.7 pct; BAT up 2.2 pct - top gainers on UK bluechip index

McLaren to race without BAT logo in Australia

MELBOURNE McLaren will race in Formula One's season-opening Australian Grand Prix this week without British American Tobacco (BAT) branding on their cars amid concerns about Australia's strict anti-tobacco advertising regulation.

UPDATE 1-Motor racing-McLaren to race without BAT logo in Australia

* Strict anti-tobacco advertising regulation prompts decision

Motor racing-McLaren to race without BAT logo in Australia

MELBOURNE, March 14 McLaren will race in Formula One's season-opening Australian Grand Prix this week without British American Tobacco (BAT) branding on their cars amid concerns about Australia's strict anti-tobacco advertising regulation.

BAT sets aside £436 million provision after Quebec court ruling

British American Tobacco Plc said on Tuesday it would set aside £436 million in 2019, after a Quebec court upheld a 2015 decision that awarded smokers in the Canadian province around C$15 billion (£8.6 billion).

UPDATE 1-BAT sets aside 436 mln pound provision after Quebec court ruling

March 5 British American Tobacco Plc said on Tuesday it would set aside 436 million pounds ($573.65 million) in 2019, after a Quebec court upheld a 2015 decision that awarded smokers in the Canadian province around C$15 billion ($11.29 billion).

BAT plans for 436 mln pound provision after Quebec court ruling

March 5 British American Tobacco Plc said on Tuesday it would set aside 436 million pounds ($573.65 million) in 2019 after a Quebec court upheld a 2015 decision that awarded smokers in the Canadian province around C$15 billion ($11.29 billion).

Mondi, miners weigh on UK main index; Aston Martin skids

London's blue-chip bourse bagged losses for a third straight day as results hurt packaging firm Mondi, miners fell on weak Chinese factory data and Rolls-Royce slipped after dropping out of the race to supply engines for Boeing's mid-market aircraft.

UPDATE 2-Mondi, miners weigh on UK main index; Aston Martin skids

* Telford Homes sinks after profit view cut (Adds company news items, updates share)

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