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Here's to the Pub: Free drinks throughout October from Ei Publican Partnerships and partner beer brands - Hospitality & Catering News
Here's to the Pub: Free drinks throughout October from Ei Publican Partnerships and partner drink brands including Britvic, Diageo, and many
Diageo (DEO) pops after issuing a positive business update ahead of the company's annual meeting. The company says it has had a good start to FY21, with sequential improvement in performance across all regions, driven by strong execution, robust demand in the off-trade channel and the gradual re-opening of the...
I owned Diageo (DEO) a long time ago when I started investing. I, unfortunately, proceeded to sell it at a great profit and came to regret this decision, waiting for an appealing entry ever since. This week, I saw that entry and I established a small beginning position which I...
Stocks that moved heavily or traded substantially Monday: Diageo, Cleveland-Cliffs rise; Aquestive, Inovio fall
Our daily roundup of analyst commentary on shares, also including Kingspan and 888 Holdings.
London stocks were still firmly in the black by midday on Monday, boosted by encouraging Chinese data and strong performances from the likes of HSBC and Diageo, while the pound was lifted by Brexit hopes.
HSBC Holdings and Diageo led the FTSE 100 higher on Monday, putting the blue chip U.K. index on track for its best one-day gain in three weeks, as the office…
A multi-million-pound transformation of Diageo’s former Scottish headquarters has created serviced office space in Edinburgh that could hold appeal to firms adapting to the “new normal” amid the pandemic.
Diageo says it has made a âgood startâ to fiscal 21 as markets start to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic: with the US in particular showing âresilient consumer demandâ.
Tougher coronavirus restriction rules brought in on Monday failed to temper the excitement on the London stock market, with traders pushing prices…