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Carrefour SA (CA.PA)

Paris - Paris Delayed price. Currency in EUR
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14.31-0.23 (-1.55%)
As of 11:52AM CEST. Market open.
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Previous close14.54
Open14.53
BidN/A x N/A
AskN/A x N/A
Day's range14.23 - 14.56
52-week range13.85 - 21.37
Volume548,603
Avg. volume1,956,941
Market cap10.459B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.48
PE ratio (TTM)10.84
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.52 (3.66%)
Ex-dividend date07 Jun 2022
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters

    Carrefour management increases offer in wage talks with unions

    PARIS (Reuters) -France's biggest retailer Carrefour has increased its offer in the third round of wage talks with unions, suggesting a 2.5% pay hike from November this year, a company spokesperson said on Thursday. The offer would mean an overall 8.3% wage increase when compared to August 2021. Some unions had threatened to call a strike late this week, saying the supermarket chain's previous offer of 2% was insufficient as workers struggle with soaring inflation.

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    Carrefour unveils 30 euro shopping basket in Spain after government price cut proposal

    Supermarket chain Carrefour will sell Spanish consumers a basket of 30 basic goods for 30 euros, the company said on Wednesday, days after Spain announced it was considering asking big retailers to offer special price packages to mitigate inflation. The government's announcement was met with criticism by Spanish business groups and some politicians who view the move as the government engaging in price intervention. Labour Minister Yolanda Diaz, who announced she was seeking agreements with supermarkets on Monday, has denied these criticisms, saying it will help impoverished families continue to eat healthily.

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    Inflation crisis forces new frugality on French consumers

    PARIS (Reuters) -Cost-conscious French consumers are ditching fish, buying cheaper meat and snubbing organic food to save money on their shopping, the head of Europe's largest food retailer and shoppers said on Tuesday. Carrefour Chief Executive Alexandre Bompard said economists' debates about when inflation would peak were futile, and what mattered was consumers' new, entrenched penny-pinching approach to shopping. "This phenomenon is here and it's deep and it's been gaining momentum in recent weeks," he told a round table at the Medef French employers federation annual post-summer conference.