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Signify NV (LIGHT.AS)

LIGHT.AS on Amsterdam Stock Exchange

20.89EUR
19 Oct 2018
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Fri, Jul 27 2018

Signify shares rally as share buybacks outweigh cut in outlook

AMSTERDAM Dutch lighting maker Signify will double its share buyback programme this year to 300 million euros (£266.45 million), the former Philips Lighting announced on Friday, sending its shares higher despite a fall in sales and a cut in its outlook.

UPDATE 2-Signify shares rally as share buybacks outweigh cut in outlook

* Signify shares rise 8 pct after sharp drop in first half of 2018 (Adds share price and analyst reaction, more detail on Q2 results, CEO quotes)

Dutch lighting maker Signify cuts 2018 sales outlook

AMSTERDAM, July 27 Signify, the Dutch lighting maker formerly known as Philips Lighting, cut its sales outlook for this year on Friday, saying market conditions remained challenging after a slow start to the year.

BRIEF-Philips Lighting Starts Share Repurchase Program

* PHILIPS LIGHTING STARTS SHARE REPURCHASE PROGRAM OF UP TO 1.5 MILLION SHARES TO COVER PERFORMANCE SHARE PLANS

Philips Lighting shares tumble after Q1 earnings miss

AMSTERDAM Shares in Philips Lighting fell sharply on Thursday after the world's largest lighting maker reported worse than expected first-quarter earnings due to falling sales and margins, especially in the United States.

CORRECTED-UPDATE 2-Philips Lighting shares tumble after Q1 earnings miss

AMSTERDAM, April 26 Shares in Philips Lighting fell sharply on Thursday after the world's largest lighting maker reported worse than expected first-quarter earnings due to falling sales and margins, especially in the United States.

Philips Lighting shares tumble after first-quarter earnings miss

AMSTERDAM Shares in Philips Lighting fell sharply on Thursday after the world's largest lighting maker reported worse than expected first-quarter earnings due to falling sales and margins, especially in the United States.

BRIEF-Philips Lighting Q1 Sales down at 1.5 Billion Euros

* REG-PHILIPS LIGHTING REPORTS FIRST QUARTER SALES OF EUR 1.5 BILLION AND OPERATIONAL PROFITABILITY OF 7%

Philips Lighting 1Q core earnings miss expectations

AMSTERDAM, April 26 Philips Lighting, the world's largest lighting maker, on Thursday reported lower-than-expected first quarter core earnings of 106 million euros ($129 million), on falling sales and margins.

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