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Lagardere SA (0HB2.IL)

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20.55-0.03 (-0.12%)
At close: 06:28PM BST
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Previous close20.58
Bid20.30 x 0
Ask20.80 x 0
Day's range20.45 - 21.20
52-week range17.64 - 22.50
Avg. volume2,862
Market cap2.971B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.18
PE ratio (TTM)13.34
EPS (TTM)1.54
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield1.30 (6.97%)
Ex-dividend date19 Apr 2023
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters

    Lagardere says in talks to sell Paris Match magazine to LVMH

    Lagardere did not provide details on the amount of the offer for the magazine title, but said it was "quite significant". "It's our duty and especially my duty reporting to the board to work on that offer," CEO Arnaud Lagardère told investors. Lagardere said its board of directors has entered into exclusive discussions with LVMH and will consult with unions representing Paris Match employees, and maybe Lagardere News.

  • Reuters

    Lagardere will remain listed, Vivendi chairman tells Figaro

    French publishing group Lagardere will retain its stock market listing after being taken over by media conglomerate Vivendi, Vivendi supervisory board Chairman Yannick Bollore told French daily Le Figaro. "We want Lagardere to remain listed: the aim is to maximise value for all parties, including investors," he said. "Lagardere will remain an independent and autonomous unit."

  • Reuters

    As French paper ends strike, new editor to find 'empty newsroom'

    Journalists at France's flagship Sunday newspaper, Le Journal du Dimanche, agreed with owner Lagardere on Tuesday to end a five-week strike in protest against the nomination of a new editor-in-chef who had worked for a far-right magazine. Staff had been on strike since late June to protest the nomination of Geoffroy Lejeune, the former head of magazine Valeurs Actuelles, which has courted controversy with anti-immigrant covers and was fined for racist insult in 2022. His nomination had raised concerns in France about the expansion of an increasingly strident right-wing media empire under the control of French billionaire Vincent Bollore, which has drawn comparisons with U.S. TV channel, Fox News.