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RR Donnelley in $1.75bn refinance

RR Donnelley, the world's largest printer, has signed up to a new $1.75bn (1.13bn) revolving credit agreement with a group of lenders that includes Bank of America, Citibank, JP Morgan, Morgan Stanley, Merrill Lynch, and Wells Fargo.

HH on track to double last year's earnings

HH has said it is on target to double its operating result in the current financial year after equalling last year's EBITDA of 1.1m in the first six months.

Hedge your bets: pin paper prices down

As paper price rises continue to wreak havoc in the industry, Helen Morris asks if negotiating a fixed price could pay off in the long term

Top 500 clarifications

PrintWeek's Top 500 is the only ranking of the UK's largest printing companies, following it's publication on 26 November 2010 below are a number of clarifications from this year's publication.

Small print firms could be hit by further squeeze on borrowing

SME printers planning to invest next year will face tighter lending conditions from March 2011, finance industry experts have warned.

Xaar on course to raise funds for expansion

Xaar has raised nearly 93% of the gross proceeds required to fund the further expansion of its Huntingdon factory after it received valid acceptances for 8,158,762 new ordinary shares from qualifying shareholders.

Weak pound good for printers if no one else

One of the few positives to have emerged from the recession has been the beneficial impact on UK print of the devalued pound.

CSR spells public and private sector pain

When chancellor George Osborne put half a million public sector jobs on the line in his Comprehensive Spending Review (CSR), he was betting the farm on a recovery.

Industry's future rests with spending review

Depending on who you talk to, the government's Comprehensive Spending Review, due for publication this week, will either rescue or devastate the UK economy.

Five Arrows deal could just be a knight in shining armour for print businesses

Last week's arrival of a new and potentially major supplier of funding in the form of the Rothschild-owned Five Arrows Leasing Group (FALG) could not have come at a better time.

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