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Domino's Pizza Group PLC (DOM.L)

DOM.L on London Stock Exchange

260.20GBp
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2.80 (+1.09%)
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257.40
Open
258.60
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260.20
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255.10
Volume
1,102,599
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1,393,790
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301.05
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Fri, Jun 21 2019

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UK's Domino's eyes Europe chief of Aussie Domino's as next CEO: Sky News

(This June story corrects throughout to say UK's Domino's to replace its CEO with Europe CEO of Australia's Domino's Pizza Enterprises)

UK's Domino's eyes Europe chief of Aussie Domino's as next CEO - Sky News

(This June 20 story, corrects throughout to say UK's Domino's to replace its CEO with Europe CEO of Australia's Domino's Pizza Enterprises)

CORRECTED-UPDATE 1-UK's Domino's eyes Europe chief of Aussie Domino's as next CEO - Sky News (June 20)

June 20 Domino's Pizza Group Plc is looking to replace Chief Executive Officer David Wild with Andrew Rennie, the head of the European business at Domino's Pizza Enterprises, Sky News reported on Thursday, sending Domino's Pizza Group shares as much as 12% higher.

Domino's warns of loss in international business

Domino's warned of a loss in its international business this year, sending shares in Britain's biggest pizza delivery firm lower and eclipsing a rise in first-quarter group sales.

Domino's warns of loss in international business

Domino's warned of a loss in its international business this year, sending shares in Britain's biggest pizza delivery firm lower and eclipsing a rise in first-quarter group sales.

UPDATE 2-Domino's warns of loss in international business

May 7 Domino's warned of a loss in its international business this year, sending shares in Britain's biggest pizza delivery firm lower and eclipsing a rise in first-quarter group sales.

UK's Domino's no longer expects int'l business to break even in 2019

May 7 Britain's biggest pizza delivery firm Domino's Pizza Group said on Tuesday it no longer expected to break even in its international business this year, plagued by persistently weak sales across Europe.

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