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Diageo PLC (DGE.L)

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Thu, Oct 18 2018

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Pernod Ricard cautions of slower growth after stellar quarter

PARIS Demand in China and India powered a 10.4 percent rise in quarterly sales for France's Pernod Ricard , helping the maker of Absolut vodka and Martell cognac offset slower progress in its main U.S. market.

Smirnoff-maker Diageo's sales set for currency hangover

British spirits maker Diageo flagged a bigger than expected sales hit from currency movements on Thursday, an early indication of the potential impact of recent volatility on companies with emerging market revenues.

Smirnoff-maker Diageo's sales set for currency hangover

British spirits maker Diageo flagged a bigger than expected sales hit from currency movements on Thursday, an early indication of the potential impact of recent volatility on companies with emerging market revenues.

UPDATE 2-Smirnoff-maker Diageo's sales set for currency hangover

* Organic sales to be "broadly" in line with last year (Adds analyst comments and details)

Emerging market turbulence to hit Diageo sales, profit

Sept 20 The world's biggest spirits company Diageo Plc expects this year's sell-off of some emerging market currencies to knock 175 million pounds off net sales and 45 million off its full-year profits, the company said on Thursday.

Diageo announces buyback as sales perk up on pink gin

LONDON Britain's Diageo, the world's largest spirits company, announced a 2 billion pound share buyback programme on Thursday and better-than-expected full-year sales growth, helped by a gin boom in Western Europe.

Diageo announces buyback as sales perk up on pink gin

LONDON Britain's Diageo , the world's largest spirits company, announced a 2 billion pound ($2.6 billion) share buyback program on Thursday and better-than-expected full-year sales growth, helped by a gin boom in Western Europe.

UPDATE 3-Diageo announces buyback as sales perk up on pink gin

* Shares slip less than 1 percent (Adds detail on interest rates, analyst comment)

CORRECTED-UPDATE 2-Diageo announces buyback as pink gin helps first-half sales

LONDON, July 26 Britain's Diageo, the world's largest spirits company, announced a 2 billion pounds ($2.6 billion) share buyback programme on Thursday and better-than-expected sales growth for the full year, helped by a gin boom in Western Europe.

Diageo's sales up despite currency headwind

LONDON, July 26 Diageo, the world's largest spirits company, reported higher sales and profits on Thursday despite currency headwinds.

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