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Lagardere SA (0HB2.IL)

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20.34+0.36 (+1.80%)
As of 09:20AM GMT. Market open.
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Previous close19.98
Open20.40
Bid20.26 x 0
Ask20.66 x 0
Day's range20.34 - 20.40
52-week range13.75 - 25.52
Volume529
Avg. volume7,902
Market cap2.86B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.22
PE ratio (TTM)226.00
EPS (TTM)0.09
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.50 (2.51%)
Ex-dividend date25 Apr 2022
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters

    EU opens in depth-investigation in the Vivendi-Lagardere deal

    The European Commission said on Wednesday it had opened an in-depth investigation to assess Vivendi's planned acquisition of rival Lagardere, a deal that would combine France's two biggest publishing groups. "The Commission is concerned that the proposed acquisition may reduce competition on a number of markets across the entire book value chain in French-speaking countries of the European Economic Area (EEA) and in a segment of magazine publishing in France," EU's watchdog said in a statement.

  • Reuters

    Exclusive-Vivendi-Lagardere deal faces full-scale EU antitrust probe -sources

    Media group Vivendi's proposed acquisition of rival Lagardere is likely to face a full-scale EU antitrust investigation, people close to the matter said on Tuesday. The proposed deal would combine France's two biggest publishing groups, Lagardere's Hachette and Vivendi's Editis, and has come in for criticism from rivals including Gallimard. To resolve European Union antitrust concerns, Vivendi's top investor - billionaire Vincent Bollore - would sell all Editis shares he would receive after the transaction, which would consist of a simultaneous distribution of the publishing unit's shares to Vivendi shareholders and its listing.

  • Reuters

    EU antitrust regulators to rule on Vivendi's Lagardere deal by Nov. 30

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) -European Union antitrust regulators will decide by Nov. 30 whether to clear French media company Vivendi's proposed acquisition of French peer Lagardere, a European Commission filing showed on Tuesday. Vivendi put in a request for EU approval on Monday, according to the bloc's competition enforcer. The deal, which would combine France's two biggest publishing groups, Lagardere's Hachette and Vivendi's Editis, has already drawn criticism from French independent publishers, including its most famous one, Gallimard.