Shares in banknote and passport producer De La Rue (LSE: DLAR) fell by 25% when markets opened this morning, after the firm slashed its interim dividend by 41% and cut its forecast for underlying pre-tax profits by 26%.
LONDON (Alliance News) - Shares in De La Rue PLC are trading higher on Wednesday, having closed up around 5% on Tuesday on the back of continued speculation about a bid for the company from French digital security company Oberthur Technologies.
Global Banknote Market Report: 2014 Edition is an industry research of 72 pages published in October 2014, which reviews De La Rue PLC, Geisecke & Devrient (G&D) Group and Fortress Paper Ltd. The global banknote industry has come a long way since ...
No one expected miracles from De La Rue () given the banknote printer issued a profits warning just two months ago. Challenging market conditions will chop �20 million from this year's profits and reverberate into the next.