|Bid||7.060 x 0|
|Ask||7.216 x 0|
|Day's Range||6.966 - 6.966|
|52 Week Range||5.854 - 7.983|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
By Helen Reid and Julien Ponthus LONDON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump's decision to cancel a summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un weighed on British shares in afternoon trading, while gains ...
U.K. stocks traded lower on Thursday as the pound rallied on the back of better-than-expected retail sales data that brought a Bank of England interest-rate rise in August back in to play. The benchmark index extended losses in the afternoon after U.S. President Donald Trump called off a meeting with North Korea planned for next month. The FTSE 100 index (^FTSE) was trading 0.7% lower to 7,734.26, adding to a 1.1% loss from Wednesday.
Tate & Lyle boss says sugar tax can 'only be a good thing' as companies seek alternative recipes
British food ingredients company Tate & Lyle (TATE.L) is stepping up efforts to accelerate profit growth, its new CEO said on Thursday after reporting a 13 percent jump in adjusted full-year earnings, sending its shares up by 7 percent. To counter a tough food and drink market, the provider of sweeteners and other ingredients said it will sharpen its focus on key categories including drinks, dairy and soups, while simplifying its business and seeking more innovation, partnerships and acquisitions. CEO Nick Hampton, who took the reins last month, also said Tate & Lyle would deliver $100 million in productivity savings over four years.
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Nestle is launching a lower-sugar Milkybar made with a new version of the sweetener which could help ease the $185 billion confectionery industry's growing public health headache. Milkybar Wowsomes, a new more expensive take on the 81-year-old white chocolate made famous by the gun-slinging Milkybar Kid ads, will be on shelves in Britain and Ireland in coming weeks. "Health is important, but ... many consumers are not ready to give up taste," Vontobel analyst Jean-Philippe Bertschy said.
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Tate & Lyle PLC , a leading global provider of specialty food ingredients and solutions, and HORN, North America’s premier distributor of specialty ingredients and raw materials, today announced a new partnership.
The company, which sells corn syrup and other ingredients to food and drink makers, said decisions taken to invest in the longer term development of its speciality ingredient business in the first half of the year ending March 2018 would moderate profit growth in the second half. In recent years, Tate has been focusing more on speciality food ingredients such as artificial sweeteners and texturants like starch and gums, which carry higher margins than its much larger and more commoditised business of bulk ingredients. Tate said sales volume growth accelerated in both its speciality food ingredients and bulk ingredients divisions in the final three-month period of last year.
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The company, which sells corn syrup and other ingredients to food and drink makers, said sales from continuing operations rose 6 percent to 1.4 billion pounds in the six months to Sept. 30, while adjusted profit at constant currencies was 13 percent higher at 169 million pounds. In recent years, Tate has been putting more focus on speciality food ingredients, which carry higher margins than its much larger and more commoditised business of bulk ingredients. Ahead of the results, analysts had on an average expected full-year adjusted pretax profit of 286 million pounds, according to a company-compiled consensus.