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Danone S.A. (0KFX.IL)

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48.03-0.37 (-0.77%)
As of 09:37AM BST. Market open.
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Previous close48.40
Open48.29
Bid47.53 x 0
Ask48.50 x 0
Day's range47.78 - 48.29
52-week range46.53 - 64.00
Volume25,953
Avg. volume834,966
Market cap30.837B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.52
PE ratio (TTM)19.93
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield1.94 (3.94%)
Ex-dividend date10 May 2022
1y target estN/A
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  • Reuters

    Danone sends 1.3 million cans of Aptamil baby formula to U.S. to address shortage

    NEW YORK/LONDON (Reuters) -French consumer goods company Danone's North America unit said on Wednesday it had shipped more than 750,000 cans of its flagship Aptamil baby formula to the United States from Europe as a nationwide shortage persists, with another 550,000 cans on the way. While Aptamil is little known in the United States, it is a major brand in Europe, where Danone is a dominant force in the market. The move to introduce Aptamil to American parents could give Danone, a relatively small U.S. player, the opportunity to grab market share from leaders Reckitt Benckiser and Abbott Laboratories.

  • Reuters

    France's Danone raises sales outlook despite hiking prices

    Danone raised its annual revenue growth forecast after its second-quarter sales beat analysts' estimates on strong demand for baby food and bottled water, even as the company raised prices to mitigate higher costs. Danone, whose brands include Evian and Badoit water, Activia yoghurt and Aptamil baby formula, said it now expects like-for-like sales to grow at 5%-6% in 2022 compared with a previous forecast of 3%-5%. CEO Antoine de Saint-Affrique, who took over in September 2021, faces mounting costs and uncertainties in the supply chain caused by Russia's invasion of Ukraine.