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Diageo PLC (DGE.L)

DGE.L on London Stock Exchange

3,126.00GBp
18 Apr 2019
Change (% chg)

14.00 (+0.45%)
Prev Close
3,112.00
Open
3,101.00
Day's High
3,143.50
Day's Low
3,101.00
Volume
3,040,827
Avg. Vol
4,060,138
52-wk High
3,156.50
52-wk Low
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Fri, Mar 8 2019

MEDIA-Diageo seeks first access to Mallya shares in India's United Breweries Holdings - Economic Times

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Activist Elliott tells Pernod there is still work to do

PARIS Activist investor Elliott kept up the pressure on French spirits group Pernod Ricard, welcoming this week's first-half results but calling for boardroom changes and better margins.

MEDIA-Diageo sells office space in India's UB Tower - Ecoonomic Times

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UPDATE 2-Diageo, Shell boost Britain's FTSE to near 3-week high

* Banks weak after report on Deutsche Bank/Commerzbank tie-up

Spirits firm Diageo hits new high as China sales surge

Diageo, the world's largest spirits company, beat half-year earnings and sales forecasts on stronger demand from China and India and said it would buy back 660 million pounds ($866 million) of shares, sending its stock to a new high on Thursday.

UPDATE 2-Spirits firm Diageo hits new high as China sales surge

* Shares rise much as 4.3 pct to record high (Adds details on analyst's comment, results; shares)

Diageo, Shell lift Britain's FTSE to near 3-week highs

Jan 31 London's main bourse was higher on Thursday, notching up gains for a third straight session propelled by upbeat earnings reports from heavyweights Shell and Diageo and the U.S. Federal Reserve's dovish stance on future interest rate hikes.

Diageo's HY sales rise on India, China demand; announces share buyback

Jan 31 Diageo Plc, the world's largest spirits company, reported higher half-year sales on Thursday, helped by strength in India and China.

Breakingviews - Pernod Ricard served a shot of Diageo by Elliott

PARIS (Reuters Breakingviews) - It’s getting increasingly crowded at the bar for shareholder activists in Europe, but it’s still possible to get a good drink. Elliott Advisors, the U.S. hedge fund manager, has found another decent tipple in the form of Pernod Ricard, the French purveyor of booze like Absolut vodka and Chivas Regal whisky. 

Diageo to sell 19 brands to U.S.-based Sazerac for $550 million

Diageo Plc is selling 19 lower-end spirits brands including Seagrams VO Canadian whisky and Goldschlager cinnamon schnapps to U.S.-based Sazerac for $550 million, as it focuses on its premium labels such as Johnnie Walker in the United States. | Video

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