|Bid||N/A x N/A|
|Ask||N/A x N/A|
|Day's range||13.98 - 14.39|
|52-week range||12.19 - 18.15|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||0.77|
|PE ratio (TTM)||9.98|
|Earnings date||27 Feb 2020|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.46 (3.24%)|
|Ex-dividend date||20 Jun 2019|
|1y target est||18.54|
French supermarket retailer Carrefour and Uber Eats announced a new delivery service on Wednesday, aimed at helping Parisians buy essential goods and food during the nationwide lockdown triggered by the coronavirus crisis. The service, which will start on April 6, will allow users to choose a Carrefour convenience store on the Uber Eats app or website, or dial by phone from 11am to 11pm to order the products of their choice, including everyday grocery shopping as well as hygiene and cleaning products. Customers will also be able to get deliveries at home within 30 minutes on average by a delivery person using the Uber Eats application and complying with health and safety guidelines laid out by the French government.
French supermarket retailer Carrefour and Uber Eats said on Wednesday they would launch a new delivery service aimed at helping Parisians buy essential goods and food during the nationwide lockdown triggered by the coronavirus crisis. Carrefour and Uber Eats' new service will start with around 15 stores in Paris and the surrounding region on April 6, before being rolled out nationwide. It allow users to choose a Carrefour convenience store on the Uber Eats app or website.
Staff working in a supermarket of French retailer Carrefour in the southern city of Vitrolles will receive protective masks after some employees walked out over health risks associated with the coronavirus, a union said on Monday. French law gives workers a "droit de retrait" - or "right to withdraw" - under legislation introduced by Socialist President Francois Mitterrand in the early 1980s, if they feel there is a danger to their safety. The supermarket at Vitrolles, near Marseille, has 515 employees.
Carrefour began putting up protective barriers for cashiers in its French supermarkets on Monday, as it beefs up sanitary measures and looks to keep business flowing as France shuts down other sectors to fight the coronavirus outbreak. Carrefour - Europe's biggest retailer, and which competes in France with chains from Germany's Lidl and Aldi to homegrown Casino and Leclerc - has like peers seen an increase in stockpiling by shoppers in recent days, a senior official at the firm said. The company has started mounting translucent shields made of plexiglass and other materials to protect cashiers who are exposed to customers, the executive added, on top of other measures extended to all staff, including the use of hand gels.
The head of French supermarket company Leclerc said on Wednesday the coronavirus crisis was disrupting the supplies of some basic staples in its stores but that there were no shortages to fear. Lecler said there was disruption to supplies of basic staples such as pasta, rice, or toilet paper in some stores as consumers were stocking up in areas most affected by the virus, such as eastern France or the Oise region, north of Paris.
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France's Carrefour raised its savings target on Thursday as Europe's largest retailer delivered cost cuts of 1 billion euros (836.4 million pounds) last year, helping it fund e-commerce investments and price cuts for customers. It posted a well-flagged 7.4% rise in 2019 operating profit, reflecting savings in its domestic market and a robust performance in Brazil, its second-largest market after France. "The Carrefour 2022 plan is generating solid results and sets the group on a profitable growth trajectory," Chairman and CEO Alexandre Bompard said in a statement.
French consumer watchdog France's consumer and anti-fraud watchdog fined a total of around 4.3 mln euros on three French retailers for failing to meet a deadline for signing annual contracts with suppliers. The decision follows controls during 2019 negotiations with suppliers as part of a "field-to-fork" law promised by President Emmanuel Macron to appease farmers, a large and active constituency in France, who had long complained about low margins and retail price wars. Carrefour's Interdis was fined 2.93 million euros ($3.20 million), Cooperative U Enseigne (Systeme U) 1.14 million euros and ITM Alimentaire International (Intermarche) 211,000 euros, the Directorate General for Competition, Consumption and Fraud Prevention (DGCCRF) said in a statement.
* European stocks rally on strong PMI data * STOXX 600 hits fresh record high * UK PMI data casts doubt on BoE rate hike * Remy Cointreau drops heavily after weak Q3 results Welcome to the home for real-time coverage of European equity markets brought to you by Reuters stocks reporters and anchored today by Joice Alves. Reach her on Messenger to share your thoughts on market moves: email@example.com SO MUCH TO LOOK FORWARD TO NEXT WEEK (1615 GMT) There's news you just can't anticipate, like a deadly virus outbreak, a drone strike threatening a major Middle East war, market moving trade tweets from U.S. President Donald Trump, a disastrous profit warning that sets an entire sector on fire, the list goes on. Big Ben may not be bonging but after more than three years of drama at 11pm and on the stroke of midnight in Brussels the UK will leave the European Union and venture into a brave new world.
* European stocks rally 1.2% on strong PMI data * STOXX 600 hits fresh record high * UK PMI data casts doubt on BoE rate hike * Remy Cointreau drops heavily after weak Q3 results Welcome to the home for real-time coverage of European equity markets brought to you by Reuters stocks reporters and anchored today by Joice Alves. Reach her on Messenger to share your thoughts on market moves: firstname.lastname@example.org STOXX 600 TEASING UP AND DOWN THE RECORD HIGH LINE (1245 GMT) European stocks smoothly beat Wednesday's 424.94 points record this morning and have since being hovering up and down that level. The new all time high is now 425.36 points but there's little doubt the STOXX 600 could go even higher today should Wall Street, where future are trading 0.2% to 0.3% higher, open on a bullish note.
Welcome to the home for real-time coverage of European equity markets brought to you by Reuters stocks reporters and anchored today by Joice Alves. European bourses opened in positive territory driven by risk-on trades across the board with banks, miners and financial services topping the pan-European STOXX 600 index, which is up 1%. Remy Cointreau shares slid 9.7% after weak 3Q results, as demand for cognac in Hong Kong was hit by protests.
French supermarket retailer Carrefour said revenue growth accelerated in the fourth quarter driven by strong sales in Brazil, but transport strikes dampened business at its hypermarkets in France. Sales growth reached 3.1% on a like-for-like basis, excluding fuel and calendar effects, against 2.3% in the previous quarter.
France's BNP Paribas is joining forces with three other major French companies to set up an innovation centre in Brazil to foster startups accelerating digital transformation and help the bigger firms become more efficient. Based in Brazil's richest city, Sao Paulo, the 1,000 square-meter hub, called La Fabrique, will be shared with Carrefour Brasil SA , pre-paid meal vouchers and card provider Edenred and financial transaction systems developer Ingenico Group . "We are looking for startups that may help BNP gain efficiency," BNP Paribas Chief Executive and country head Sandrine Ferdane told Reuters in an interview.