Aryzta

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Traders on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. US stocks fell on Monday due to Saudi tensions and worries over borrowing costs and tariffs. Photograph: Michael Nagle/Bloomberg

European shares hit their lowest level since December 2016 in early trading as trade wars, rising US yields, Brexit and the Italy/EU budget row contin(...)

Shares in the owner of the Cuisine de France brand in Ireland have slumped by as much as 87 per cent in the past three and a half years

Aryzta’s chairman Gary McGann has urged shareholders to back the group’s planned €800 million share sale to cut debt, saying high borrowings are stand(...)

Having the time of her life? UK prime minister Theresa May dances on to the stage at the Conservative Party conference. Photograph: Oli Scarff/AFP/Getty Images

UK prime minister Theresa May elicited gleeful applause this week as she danced on to the stage at the Conservative Party conference to the tune of Ab(...)

The company makes burger buns for McDonald’s in north America and owns the Cuisine de France brand in Ireland.

Despite reporting a full-year loss of €470 million baked goods giant Aryzta’s share price jumped more than 30 per cent in trading on Monday. The bak(...)

Aryzta entered a standby underwriting agreement with banks earlier this week. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Troubled baking group Aryzta confirmed that its lenders had unanimously agreed to amend its banking facilities on Friday. The Cuisine De France owne(...)

An increase in crude oil prices boosted oil stocks on Wednesday. Photograph: Nick Oxford/Reuters

Energy stocks, and particularly oil and mining stocks, advanced on Wednesday as crude prices advanced. For the most part investors in Europe and the U(...)

Aryzta owns brands including Cuisine De France. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Shares in Aryzta jumped as much as 18 per cent on Tuesday as the Swiss-Irish baked-goods group said that a group of investment banks have conditionall(...)

The New York Stock Exchange  in New York on Friday. The S&P 500 and  Dow Jones Industrial Average were largely flat on the day. Photograph: Michael Nagle/Bloomberg

Global stocks ended August much as they began the month – under the dark cloud of a potentially worsening trade war. Poor sentiment over trade hit s(...)

Smoking gun: The Turkish economic crisis has acted as a negative backdrop to global markets all week. Photograph: The New York Times

There was a lacklustre finish to a turbulent week for European stock markets, during which an economic crisis in Turkey fostered anxiety across global(...)

Gary McGann, chairman and Kevin Toland, CEO of Aryzta. Toland has raised about €230 million so far from disposals – including Irish restaurant supplier La Rousse. Photograph: Alan Betson

Eleven months after taking over the helm of beleaguered baked goods group Aryzta, Kevin Toland finally caved in to the inevitable this week, unveiling(...)

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