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Johnson Matthey PLC (JMAT.L)

JMAT.L on London Stock Exchange

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Thu, May 30 2019

Clean Air boost drives Johnson Matthey profits higher

Chemicals group Johnson Matthey on Thursday reported a 48% jump in full-year earnings, bolstered by strength in its Clean Air unit that makes catalytic converters and other pollution filters for both car and trucks.

UPDATE 1-Clean Air boost drives Johnson Matthey profits higher

May 30 Chemicals group Johnson Matthey on Thursday reported a 48% jump in full-year earnings, bolstered by strength in its Clean Air unit that makes catalytic converters and other pollution filters for both car and trucks.

Johnson Matthey's profit jumps on emission control device growth

May 30 Chemicals group Johnson Matthey on Thursday reported a 48% jump in full-year earnings, bolstered by strength in its unit that makes catalytic converters and other pollution filters for both car and trucks.

PLATINUM WEEK-Investors, autos to fuel platinum deficit in 2019 - Johnson Matthey

LONDON, May 13 Soaring investment demand will create platinum shortages in 2019, while the palladium market will see a deficit for the eighth consecutive year due to robust demand from the auto sector, specialist materials firm Johnson Matthey said.

CORRECTED-Johnson Matthey chooses Poland to produce new battery materials

LONDON, March 28 Chemicals group Johnson Matthey has secured a site in Poland to produce ultra-high energy battery materials and signed a 10-year supply deal with Canada's Nemaska Lithium as it seeks to grow its exposure to the electric vehicle market.

UPDATE 1-Palladium supply shortfall will worsen this year -Johnson Matthey

* Platinum market surplus was 498,000 oz last year (Adds detail)

Britain's FTSE 100 stages tentative recovery; SSE and Johnson Matthey weigh

Feb 8 London's blue-chip shares staged a tentative recovery on Friday from their worst day in six weeks a day earlier, led by gains in banks and miners, even as weak earnings dragged on utilities, SSE and Centrica, and Johnson Matthey.

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