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Koninklijke Philips NV (PHG.AS)

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Tue, Jun 5 2018

Philips to buy heart rhythm disorder specialist EPD Solutions for $292.1 million

AMSTERDAM Dutch healthcare technology company Philips said on Tuesday it will buy EPD Solutions, a maker of cardiac imaging and navigation systems used to treat patients with heart rhythm disorders.

UPDATE 1-Philips to buy heart rhythm disorder specialist EPD Solutions for $292.1 mln

AMSTERDAM, June 5 Dutch healthcare technology company Philips said on Tuesday it will buy EPD Solutions, a maker of cardiac imaging and navigation systems used to treat patients with heart rhythm disorders.

Philips to buy heart rhythm disorder specialist EPD Solutions for $292.1 mln

AMSTERDAM, June 5 Dutch healthcare technology company Philips said on Tuesday it will buy EPD Solutions, a maker of cardiac imaging and navigation systems used to treat patients with heart rhythm disorders.

MEDIA-Royal Philips to give India rights of TV brand to TPV Technology - Economic Times

- Note: Reuters has not verified this story and does not vouch for its accuracy

BRIEF-Koninklijke Philips announces pricing of fixed rate notes due 2024

* KONINKLIJKE PHILIPS - ANNOUNCED PRICING OF ISSUE OF EUR 500 MILLION FIXED RATE NOTES DUE 2024 AND EUR 500 MILLION FIXED RATE NOTES DUE 2028

UPDATE 2-Trade war worries Philips as it banks on China growth

* Shares rise nearly 5 percent (Recasts, adds CEO on U.S.-China trade tensions)

Philips sees negative effects from US-China trade war -CEO

AMSTERDAM, April 23 Dutch health technology company Philips on Monday said rising trade tensions between the United States and China are having a negative effect on its results, as they drive prices of raw materials such as aluminium and steel higher.

Philips first-quarter results beat estimates on strong China growth

AMSTERDAM Dutch health technology company Philips' first-quarter results beat expectations on Monday, as customers in China and the United States increased their demand for its high-end hospital equipment.

Philips Q1 core profit beats estimates with 15 pct rise

AMSTERDAM, April 23 Dutch health technology company Philips said on Monday its first quarter core profit rose 15 percent to 344 million euros ($422.1 million), on increased demand from customers in China and the United States for its high-end hospital equipment.

BRIEF-Koninklijke Philips Q1 Sales Rise To 3.9 Billion Euros

* SALES IN THE QUARTER WERE EUR 3.9 BILLION, WITH COMPARABLE SALES GROWTH OF 5%

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