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British American Tobacco PLC (BATS.L)

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Tue, Jun 12 2018

UPDATE 1-BAT forecasts earnings growth despite currency headwinds

LONDON, June 12 British American Tobacco said on Tuesday it expects to weather a weaker pound and a slowing market for tobacco-heating devices in Japan to report "good" earnings growth for the full year.

British American Tobacco flags currency headwinds

LONDON, June 12 British American Tobacco said trading in the first half of the year was in line with expectations but warned that currency exchange rates would limit growth.

BRIEF-British American Tobacco Announces Reclassification Of H1 2017 Results For IFRS 15

* BRITISH AMERICAN TOBACCO PLC - RECLASSIFICATION OF H1 2017 RESULTS FOR IFRS 15

BAT boosts vaping investment again as competition heats up

British American Tobacco is raising its investment in new vaping devices again, as Big Tobacco reacts to new competitors such as fast-growing U.S. group Juul.

UPDATE 2-BAT boosts vaping investment again as competition heats up

* Juul facing crackdown from U.S. regulator (Adds product details, industry context, share activity; changes headline)

BAT plans to further raise investment in next-generation products

April 25 British American Tobacco plans to increase investment in next-generation products such as e-cigarettes and devices that heat tobacco without burning it, this year, with a large number of launches planned for the end of third quarter.

Tobacco and tech drag on Wall Street; yields boost banks

NEW YORK Wall Street's three major indexes closed lower on Thursday, with tobacco stocks leading a tumble in consumer staples while concerns about smartphone demand hurt the technology sector and rising bond yields and earnings helped financials rebound. | Video

Tobacco and tech drag on Wall Street; yields boost banks

NEW YORK Wall Street's three major indexes closed lower on Thursday, with tobacco stocks leading a tumble in consumer staples while concerns about smartphone demand hurt the technology sector and rising bond yields and earnings helped financials rebound. | Video

UPDATE 3-BAT progress on sales and next-generation devices hit shares

* Shares touch 18-month low (Adds CEO and investor comment, forex outlook, updated share price)

BAT progress on sales and cigarette alternatives hits shares

LONDON British American Tobacco's weaker than expected 2017 sales growth and progress on next-generation products combined to send its shares down more than 4 percent on Thursday.

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