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Diageo PLC (DGE.L)

DGE.L on London Stock Exchange

2,825.00GBp
14 Dec 2018
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Wed, Dec 12 2018

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Breakingviews - Pernod Ricard served a shot of Diageo by Elliott

PARIS (Reuters Breakingviews) - It’s getting increasingly crowded at the bar for shareholder activists in Europe, but it’s still possible to get a good drink. Elliott Advisors, the U.S. hedge fund manager, has found another decent tipple in the form of Pernod Ricard, the French purveyor of booze like Absolut vodka and Chivas Regal whisky. 

Diageo to sell 19 brands to U.S.-based Sazerac for $550 million

Diageo Plc is selling 19 lower-end spirits brands including Seagrams VO Canadian whisky and Goldschlager cinnamon schnapps to U.S.-based Sazerac for $550 million, as it focuses on its premium labels such as Johnnie Walker in the United States. | Video

Diageo to sell 19 brands to U.S.-based Sazerac for $550 million

Diageo Plc is selling 19 lower-end spirits brands including Seagrams VO Canadian whisky and Goldschlager cinnamon schnapps to U.S.-based Sazerac for $550 million (428 million pounds), as it focuses on its premium labels such as Johnnie Walker in the United States. | Video

UPDATE 3-Diageo to sell 19 brands to U.S.-based Sazerac for $550 mln

* Company closely watching cannabis market developments (Adds CFO comments, detail on Seagram's 7)

Diageo to sell 19 brands to U.S.-based Sazerac for $550 mln

Nov 12 Diageo Plc agreed to sell 19 brands to U.S.-based company Sazerac for $550 million, the world's largest spirits company said on Monday.

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.

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