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Dixons Carphone plc (CPW.L)


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  • Reuters - UK Focus2 years ago

    UK FTSE up but lags euro zone peers after Greek vote

    Britain's top share index edged higher on Thursday, though without matching the gains seen across the eurozone after Greece's parliament approved austerity measures, with U.S.-exposed stocks getting a lift. The FTSE 100 index closed up 0.6 percent, at 6,796.45 points, lagging a 1.5 percent rise for the Euro STOXX 50, with peripheral euro zone markets benefitting from a drop in yields after the dramatic vote in the Greek parliament. Also in focus were comments from Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen, who said on Wednesday the U.S. central bank remains on track to raise interest rates this year.

  • Dixons Carphone Sees Strong Growth In Greece
    Sky News2 years ago

    Dixons Carphone Sees Strong Growth In Greece

    Dixons Carphone (LSE: DC.L - news) has seen a 21% rise in profits in the year to May, helped in part by strong growth in Greece. The electrical goods retailer made £381m before tax in 2014/5, compared to £316m in 2013/4. The annual financial results are the first to be released since Dixons Carphone was created last year through a merger of electrical giant Dixons and mobile phone company Carphone Warehouse.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 years ago

    Britain's FTSE rises but lags euro zone peers after Greek vote

    Britain's top share index edged higher on Thursday as investors digested mixed earnings updates, but it lagged its continental peers after Greece approved a stringent bailout package to keep the struggling economy in the euro. The FTSE 100 index was up 0.6 percent at 6,796.06 by 1307 GMT, lagging a 2 percent rise for the Euro STOXX 50 , with peripheral euro zone markets benefitting from a drop in yields after the dramatic vote in the Greek parliament. Also in focus were comments from Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen, who said on Wednesday the U.S. central bank remains on track to raise interest rates this year.