Greggs: Berenberg downgrades to hold with a target price of 1,225p.
First quarter net sales at Coca-Cola HBC fell 1.7% mainly due to currency hits from the Russian rouble and Nigerian naira, the company said on Thursday.
Sky plc: RBC downgrades to sector perform with a target price of 1.150p.
Coca-Cola HBC reported full year earnings before interest and tax (EBIT) of 621m, a rise of 20% on net sales revenue of £6.5bn, up 4.9%.
Virgin Money Holdings: RBC Capital Markets downgrades to underperform with a target price of 250p.
Coca-Cola HBC has appointed Zoran Bogdanovic as its new chief executive officer with immediate effect, succeeding Dimitris Lois who passed away in October
Ultra Electronics: JPMorgan downgrades to Neutral with a target price of 1785p.
Coca-Cola Hellenic Bottling Co has been downgraded by analysts at Jefferies, with the investment banking firm reducing its rating to 'hold' from 'buy'.
Next: Morgan Stanley downgrades to Overweight with a target price of 4300p.
Coca‑Cola HBC, one of the Coca-Cola Company's largest bottling partners, announced on Tuesday that its CEO, Dimitris Lois, died on 2 October.
Analysts at Morgan Stanley revised their target price for CCH shares sharply higher, telling clients the improvement in the Coca Cola bottler's fundamental drivers looked "sustainable", while adding that its strategic optionality constituted an 'upside' risk for the shares.
Coca‑Cola HBC said on Friday that its CEO, Dimitris Lois, will be taking a temporary leave of absence from the company in order to undergo treatment for a medical condition.
Coca-Cola HBC, one of the Coca-Cola Company's largest bottlers, posted solid first-half growth on Thursday with volume rising 1.4% to 1.02bn unit cases, while net sales revenue was ahead 5.6% at 3.21bn.
Switzerland-based Coca-Cola HBC, the world's second largest anchor bottler of Coca-Cola products, issued its first quarter trading update on Thursday morning, reporting "good progress" on FX-neutral revenue growth, which was up 5.2%.
London, Europe and US stock markets got a hefty heave higher Wednesday on the back of US President Donald Trump's $1trn infrastructure pledge to Congress last night, with the prospect of a US rates hike in March also a factor in traders' optimism.
Equities in London turned in a Monday performance laden with malaise, with Unilever a notable faller as its bid premium evaporated, the US was closed for Presidents Day holiday and lively Brexit discussions began in the UK House of Lords.
Drinks bottler Coca-Cola Hellenic Bottling Company upped its dividend 10% after a calendar year that saw flat volumes and a dip in sales due to currency but much improved profits thanks to improved costs and efficiencies.
G4S: Barclays upgrades to equal-weight with a target price of 260p.
Antofagasta: Jefferies reiterates hold with a target price of 700p.
Randgold Resources: UBS reiterates buy with a target price of 9750p.