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L'Oréal S.A. (0NZM.IL)

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337.75+14.83 (+4.59%)
At close: 05:53PM BST
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Previous close322.92
Open324.55
Bid334.30 x 0
Ask341.20 x 0
Day's range324.55 - 339.10
52-week range300.95 - 433.30
Volume93,438
Avg. volume401,710
Market cap181.129B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.59
PE ratio (TTM)41.14
EPS (TTM)8.21
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield4.80 (1.56%)
Ex-dividend date27 Apr 2022
1y target estN/A
  • Motley Fool

    3 Reasons to Buy L'Oréal Stock, and 1 to Sell

    L'Oréal (OTC: LRLCY) is often considered a dependable blue-chip stock for long-term investors. Over the past 10 years, the French cosmetics giant generated a total return of about 250% and easily outperformed its American competitors, Revlon (NYSE: REV) and Coty (NYSE: COTY).

  • Globe Newswire

    L'OREAL: Disclosure of total number of voting rights and number of shares in the capital at May 31, 2022

    Société anonyme au capital de 107 256 121,80 euros Siège social : 14, rue Royale, 75008 Paris 632 012 100 R.C.S. Paris Legal Entity Identifyer : 529900JI1GG6F7RKVI53 Disclosure of total number of voting rights and number of shares in the capital at 31 May 2022 Pursuant to article L-233-8 II of the French “Code de Commerce” and 223-16 of the AMF's General Regulations: Total number of shares 536,280,609 Number of real voting rights (excluding treasury shares) 536,280,609 Theoretical number of voti

  • Reuters

    Puig buys contemporary fragrance label Byredo

    Spanish fashion and perfume company Puig said on Tuesday it has purchased a majority stake in luxury label Byredo, the latest in a string of acquisitions of niche fragrance and cosmetics labels by larger groups. The transaction comes as cosmetics and fashion groups rush to meet demand for high-end perfumes and accessories -- a market that has performed strongly in recent months, with companies like L'Oreal flagging strong growth in sales of its luxury products. Barcelona-based Puig, which owns fashion labels Jean Paul Gaultier and Paco Rabanne as well as British makeup brand Charlotte Tilbury, said that Byredo founder Ben Gorham would continue to steer creative direction of the brand while UK-based investment fund Manzanita Capital would stay on as investors.