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Coca Cola HBC AG (CCH.L)

CCH.L on London Stock Exchange

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Thu, Jul 18 2019

Coca-Cola HBC to launch Costa Coffee products in several markets in 2020

Soft drink bottler Coca-Cola HBC AG said on Thursday it will launch Costa Coffee products in several markets next year, months after Coca-Cola Co bought the cafe chain from Whitbread in a $5.1 billion deal.

Coca-Cola HBC to launch Costa Coffee products in several markets in 2020

Soft drink bottler Coca-Cola HBC AG said on Thursday it will launch Costa Coffee products in several markets next year, months after Coca-Cola Co bought the cafe chain from Whitbread in a $5.1 billion deal.

CORRECTED-Coca-Cola HBC to launch Costa Coffee products in several markets in 2020

July 18 Soft drink bottler Coca-Cola HBC AG said on Thursday it will launch Costa Coffee products in several markets next year, months after Coca-Cola Co bought the cafe chain from Whitbread in a $5.1 billion deal.

Stocks trading ex-dividend drag FTSE 100 lower in thin trading

July 4 London's main index edged lower on Thursday, led by steep falls in shares of IAG and Coca Cola HBC, which traded ex-dividend, while several investors stayed on the sidelines in lieu of a U.S. market holiday.

Coca Cola HBC targets up to 6% annual revenue growth for next six years

Coca-Cola's leading bottler Coca Cola HBC AG said on Monday it expects annual revenue growth over the next six years at around 6%, while pointing to margin growth below estimates for fiscal year 2020.

UPDATE 1-Coca Cola HBC targets up to 6% annual revenue growth for next six years

June 3 Coca-Cola's leading bottler Coca Cola HBC AG said on Monday it expects annual revenue growth over the next six years at around 6%, while pointing to margin growth below estimates for fiscal year 2020.

Coca Cola HBC annual revenue growth to be 6% until 2025

June 3 Coca-Cola's leading bottler Coca Cola HBC AG expects revenue annual growth over the next six years at around 6%.

BUZZ-Coca Cola HBC: Down after Coca Cola drops plans to refranchise Africa bottling

** Bottling company Coca Cola HBC AG's shares down 7.3 pct at 2,651 pence - biggest loser on the FTSE blue chip index, on track for worst day since Feb

UPDATE 2-Hudson's Bay pursuing alternatives for Lord + Taylor

NEW YORK, May 6 Canadian retail operator Hudson's Bay Co said on Monday that it was pursuing strategic alternatives such as a sale or merger for its department store Lord + Taylor, which has struggled to attract shoppers.

UPDATE 2-Bottler Coca-Cola HBC hunts M&A opportunities

* Looking for bolt on deals - CEO (Adds CEO comments, share movement, analyst comment)

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