Retail Food Group (RFG)

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Retail Food Group (RFG) was first established in 1989 for the purposes of developing and managing the Donut King and BBs Coffee & Croissants franchise systems. The BB’s Coffee & Croissants system would later evolve into the current bb’s cafe system. Following its establishment and throughout the 1990s, RFG focussed on growing the foregoing brands throughout Australia. The BB’s system was also established in New Zealand. Investors can trade Retail Food Group shares on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX).

Retail Food Group Capital Raising

Franchise chain operator, Retail Food Group (ASX:RFG) have requested its shares on the ASX stockmarket be suspended ahead of planned capital raising.

  • Retail Food Group's capital raising will set a floor price of $2.80 per share, issuing 13.6 million shares and raise $38 million for the company.
  • The capital raising will be conducted by Petra capital and will be sold to institutional and sophisticated investors.

Retail Food Group Full Year Financial Report 2012

Food franchise systems operator, Retail Food Group (ASX:RFG) have released their full year financial results for FY 2012 to the ASX stockmarket.

  • Record $28.5 million net profit, from $27.2 million the previous year.
  • EBITDA was $48.4 million, up from $45.9 million.

Australian Stockmarket Float, Dividends and AGMs

A lot of companies have scheduled their Annual General Meeting tomorrow, November 25, 2011. Also included in the sharemarket list of events for Friday are two upcoming ex-dividendsand a float.


  • RHG has declared a 6 cent per share interim dividend, fully franked.

The Stock Market Diary for Tuesday

For September 7,2011 upcoming floats trail behind with two companies but there are five stocks that will go on ex-dividend and four EGMs.


Retail Food Group Dividends

1 September, 2010 - 13:40

Study the dividend history for RETAIL FOOD GROUP LIMITED. A taxable payment declared by a company's board of directors and given to its shareholders out of the company's current or retained earnings, usually quarterly. Dividends are usually given as cash (cash dividend), but they can also take the form of stock (stock dividend) or other property. Dividends provide an incentive to own stock in stable companies even if they are not experiencing much growth. Companies are not required to pay dividends.

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