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Smurfit Kappa's earnings up 11% year-on-year
BRIEF-INTERVIEW-Acquisitions are paying off- Smurfit Kappa CEO - Reuters
Smurfit Kappa H1 earnings up 17 pct
Smurfit Kappa Group plc is a provider of paper-based packaging products. The Company manufactures, distributes and sells containerboard, corrugated containers and other paper-based packaging products, such as solidboard, graphic board and bag-in-box. It operates through two segments: Europe and the Americas. The Europe segment includes a system of mills and plants that produces a line of containerboard that is converted into corrugates containers. In addition, to other types of paper-based packaging and bag-in-box operations. The Company operates in over 22 countries in Europe. The Americas segment includes its containerboard, corrugated and folding carton manufacturing activities among others in the United States. The Company operates in over 13 countries in the United States including the Latin American countries. The Company's products are used in Point of Sale displays, e-commerce packaging, retail packaging, food packaging, industrial packaging, and other standard packaging.
Containers & Packaging
Beech Hill, 1 Nashville Park
Irial P. Finan
Independent Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Anthony P. J. Smurfit
Group Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director
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Independent Non-Executive Director
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European shares closed lower for the first time in seven sessions on Tuesday, as weak earnings dampened optimism surrounding the U.S.-China trade progress and ahead of an expected interest-rate cut by the U.S. Federal Reserve later this week.
European shares retreated from a near two-year high on Tuesday as investors parsed through a mixed bag of earnings, with optimism surrounding the U.S.-China trade progress and Brexit keeping losses in check.
London's FTSE 100 rose on Friday as a new stimulus plan from China helped support sentiment after U.S. jobs data disappointed and housebuilder Berkeley gained after pointing to robust conditions in key British markets despite Brexit uncertainties.
(The September 2 story corrects spelling of Colin Harte's name in paragraph 12.)
Junk-rated firms Smurfit Kappa <SKG.I> and Thyssenkrupp <TKAG.DE> were overwhelmed with demand when they kicked off post-summer proceedings for the European high-yield market on Monday, as yield-starved investors piled into the new issues.
Britain's mid-cap index slipped on Thursday as Boris Johnson, a prominent Brexiteer, emerged as the clear favourite to succeed Theresa May as Prime Minister after the first round of a ballot of Conservative lawmakers.
** Shares of European packaging giants rise, with DS Smith up 7.2%, Smurfit Kappa 4.7% and Mondi 3.3%
Fears of a global economic slowdown and uncertainty over trade policies kept Britain's main share index subdued as miners were tugged lower, but UK-focused stocks rallied after a second Brexit delay as the mid-cap index scaled a six-month high.
Britain's FTSE 100 futures flat at 7355.5 points ahead of the cash market open.
Britain's FTSE 100 index is seen opening down 23 points at 7,399 on Thursday, according to financial bookmakers. * INDIVIOR: British drugmaker Indivior Plc lost nearly three-quarters of its share value on Wednesday and former parent Reckitt Benckiser also fell following...
London's main index surged to its highest in nearly six months as exporter stocks benefited from a weakening pound on rising fears of a no-deal exit as parliament rejected all Brexit alternatives again.
Packaging and paper group Mondi on Thursday reported a 19 percent rise in full-year underlying core profit, driven by robust demand for its products and higher average selling prices.
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Britain's FTSE 100 climbed to its highest in over four months on Wednesday as miners gained and upbeat earnings lifted packaging firms DS Smith and Smurfit Kappa, while reports Brexit could be delayed eased some fears of a disruptive no-deal exit.
London's blue-chip stocks gained on Wednesday as positive results and hopes of a possible delay to the UK's exit from the European Union lifted housebuilders and packaging firms DS Smith and Smurfit Kappa were boosted by upbeat earnings.
British Prime Minister Theresa May appears determined to try and avoid a no deal Brexit if she can, the chief executive of Irish packaging group Smurfit Kappa said following a call May held with business leaders on Tuesday
British shares jumped to their highest in almost a month on Tuesday amid hopes of a U.S.-China trade deal and as supermarket chain Tesco led a revival in retailers after upbeat sales data that helped offset Morrisons' disappointing holiday update.
UK shares jumped to their highest in almost a month on Tuesday amid hopes of a U.S.-Sino trade deal and as supermarket chain Tesco led a revival in retailers after upbeat sales data that helped offset Morrisons' disappointing holiday update.
UK shares jumped on Tuesday amid hopes of a trade deal between China and the United States and online grocer Ocado and supermarket chain Tesco led a revival in retailers after upbeat sales data, offsetting Morrisons' disappointing holiday update.
UK shares rose to a three-week high on Wednesday as upbeat results from Standard Chartered <STAN.L> provided some respite from a grim October that put the market on track for its worst month since August 2015.
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