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The group expects a better performance in fiscal year of 2018 Focusing on organic growth

Focusing on organic growth: The group expects a better performance in fiscal year of 2018 given their diversified business model, while expects an ongoing organic growth boosted by their International, Commercial and Coffee & Allied Beverages divisions. Domestic franchising of this division is forecasted to witness a better growth, driven by their initiatives for QSR Division and Michel’s Patisserie Brand System.

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Retail Food Group Limited Accounting changes and non-core expense hurt the stock sentiment

Accounting changes and non-core expense hurt the stock sentiment: Retail Food Group Limited (ASX: RFG) stock lost over 34% in the last six months (as of July 20th, 2017). The group’s new accounting standards which were effective from 1 July 2019 could have an impact on overall results. Further, the advances made by RFG to the Michel’s Patisserie and Pizza Capers

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5 stocks with value – Retail Food Group, National Australia Bank, Rio Tinto, Santos and Beach Energy

Accounting changes and non-core expense hurt the stock sentiment: Retail Food Group Limited (ASX: RFG) stock lost over 34% in the last six months (as of July 20th, 2017). The group’s new accounting standards which were effective from 1 July 2019 could have an impact on overall results. Further, the advances made by RFG to the Michel’s Patisserie and Pizza Capers

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One dividend stock that went up – G8 Education Ltd.

G8 Education Limited (ASX: GEM) has completed the revised tranche-2 placement to CFCG Investment Partners International (Australia) Pty Ltd (CIPI). Under the CIPI Placement Revised Tranche 2, CIPI has subscribed for and been issued 8.2 million shares at a price of $3.88 per share, representing $31.8 million of proceeds to G8. On results front, GEM expects to generate an underlying

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Fairfax shares plunge after bidders walk away

Following the recent receipt of separate indicative and non-binding proposals from both the TPG Consortium and Hellman & Friedman, the FXJ’s Board determined that it was in the best interests of shareholders to grant both parties access to confidential due diligence to explore whether a whole of company proposal, at a price and on terms that the Board would recommend.However,

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