Kingfisher PLC (KGF.L)
17 Aug 2018
Thu, Aug 16 2018
LONDON, Aug 16 Kingfisher, Europe's second largest home improvement retailer, said prolonged warm weather lifted sales but the weak performance of its French business Castorama darkened its outlook.
LONDON, Aug 16 Kingfisher, Europe's second largest home improvement retailer, reported a pick-up in underlying sales in its latest quarter, with demand for seasonal products boosted by the prolonged spell of warm weather.
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LONDON, May 25 Kingfisher led a rebound in UK shares on Friday amid relief on global markets about Pyongyang's measured response to the canceling of the summit between the United States and North Korea.
LONDON, May 25 Shares in British home improvement firms Kingfisher and Travis Perkins rose on Friday after Australia's Wesfarmers quit the UK market, offloading its Homebase unit to a private equity firm.
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LONDON, May 24 Kingfisher, Europe's second largest home improvement retailer, said on Thursday sales in its latest quarter were dented by unusually adverse weather conditions in March which impacted shopper footfall.
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LONDON, March 21 Kingfisher, Europe's second largest home improvement retailer, beat forecasts with a 1.3 percent rise in annual profit, with a weak performance in France offset by strong growth at Screwfix in Britain and in Poland.
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