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PREMIER FARNELL PLC $1.35 CUM C (PFLA.L)


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  • Reuters7 months ago

    Daetwyler backs away from bidding war for UK Raspberry Pi maker

    Switzerland's Daetwyler said on Thursday it would not make a higher offer for Premier Farnell , potentially paving the way for U.S. rival Avnet Inc to take over the British firm that makes the Raspberry Pi mini computer. Premier Farnell withdrew a recommendation for Daetwyler's cash offer of 165 pence per share last month, after receiving a 185 pence bid from Avnet. Many analysts have since expected Daetwyler, an electronic component distributor, to return with a higher offer, potentially sparking a bidding war.

  • Reuters7 months ago

    Daetwyler leaves door open for sweetened Premier Farnell bid

    Swiss technical and electronic components distributor Daetwyler on Friday left the door open for sweetening a bid for Britain's Premier Farnell after a rival offer submitted by U.S. group Avnet. Premier Farnell last month withdrew a recommendation for the Daetwyler cash offer of 165 pence per share after Avnet's bid of 185 pence. "Regarding the existing acquisition offer for Premier Farnell, Daetwyler is currently considering how to proceed in view of the higher offer submitted by Avnet, and will communicate in due course," it said in its interim results statement.

  • Reuters9 months ago

    European shares hit new three-month low, GAM slumps 15 pct

    European shares fell for a fifth straight session to a new three-month low, led down by commodities stocks, with investors becoming jittery before the U.S. Federal Reserve's policy meeting and next week's EU referendum in Britain. European basic resources and oil and gas indexes fell 2.4 percent and 1.5 percent respectively, tracking weaker commodities prices. Swiss money manager GAM Holding fell nearly 15 percent to a 4-1/2 year low after warning it expects a roughly 50 percent year-on-year fall in first-half underlying profit before tax, mainly due to lower performance fees.