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Entertainment One Ltd (ETO.L)

ETO.L on London Stock Exchange

570.89GBp
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2.89 (+0.51%)
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568.00
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1,753,501
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616.00
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Fri, Aug 23 2019

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Shares in Peppa Pig owner rise past Hasbro offer

Peppa Pig-owner Entertainment One's shares rose more than 30% to a record high on Friday, surpassing the price agreed by the company's board with U.S. toy maker Hasbro Inc in a sign that investors see some chance of a counter offer. | Video

UPDATE 3-Shares in Peppa Pig owner surge, analysts eye counter bidders

* ITV bid unlikely -analysts (Adds response from Netflix, updates shares)

FTSE rebounds ahead of Powell speech; Entertainment One soars

Aug 23 London's FTSE 100 bounced back on Friday ahead of U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell's much-anticipated speech, while Peppa Pig owner Entertainment One rose to a life high after agreeing to be bought by U.S. toy maker Hasbro.

Shares in Peppa Pig owner jump 30% after Hasbro's $4 billion offer

Aug 23 Shares of Entertainment One rose nearly 30% on Friday, a day after U.S. toy maker Hasbro Inc offered to buy the owner of popular children's television show "Peppa Pig" for about $4 billion in cash.

Hasbro to buy studio Entertainment One for $4 bln

SAN FRANCISCO, Aug 22 U.S. toy maker Hasbro Inc will buy Entertainment One Ltd for about $4 billion in cash, adding the independent studio with preschool brands such as Peppa Pig to the U.S. company known for Nerf and Power Rangers, the companies said on Thursday.

'Peppa Pig' owner Entertainment One denies reports of Mark Gordon's exit

Entertainment One Ltd, which makes the popular children's TV show Peppa Pig, denied reports that president and award-winning producer Mark Gordon was leaving, sending the company's shares up as much as 17%.

CORRECTED-"Peppa Pig" owner Entertainment One denies reports of Mark Gordon's exit

June 6 Entertainment One Ltd, which makes the popular children's TV show Peppa Pig, denied reports that president and award-winning producer Mark Gordon was leaving, sending the company's shares up as much as 17%.

BRIEF-Entertainment One Says Banks Placed 28.9 Mln New Common Shares Raising C.130 Mln Stg

* BANKS HAVE PLACED A TOTAL OF 28,900,000 NEW COMMON SHARES AT A PRICE OF 450 PENCE PER SHARE RAISING GROSS PROCEEDS OF C.£130M Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

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