CA.PA - Carrefour SA

Paris - Paris Delayed price. Currency in EUR
16.465
+0.055 (+0.335%)
At close: 5:37PM CEST
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Previous close16.410
Open16.400
Bid23.150 x 90000
Ask23.300 x 2500000
Day's range16.400 - 16.630
52-week range15.510 - 23.685
Volume2,759,491
Avg. volume3,743,192
Market cap12.562B
Beta0.94
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-0.701
Earnings date8 Mar 2017 - 13 Mar 2017
Forward dividend & yield0.46 (2.87%)
Ex-dividend date2018-06-21
1y target est19.99
  • Carrefour, Argentina workers agree to voluntary buyouts - government
    Reuters13 hours ago

    Carrefour, Argentina workers agree to voluntary buyouts - government

    French retailer Carrefour SA (CARR.PA) will offer voluntary buyouts to workers in Argentina in an effort to stem three years of losses, but will not lay off any workers, Argentina's Labor Ministry said in a statement on Friday. The grocery chain filed a "crisis prevention" application with the Ministry on April 6, spurring negotiations between the company, the government, and the Argentine Federation of Commerce and Service Workers union. A Carrefour spokesman told Reuters the company would pay workers who agreed to leave voluntarily up to 50 percent more than the normal severance costs associated with letting workers go in Argentina.

  • A Nation of Shopkeepers Rejoices as Tesco Trumps Carrefour
    Bloomberg5 days ago

    A Nation of Shopkeepers Rejoices as Tesco Trumps Carrefour

    It's too early to judge French supermarket boss, but he has some catching up to do.

  • Reuters9 days ago

    Shares in retailer Carrefour fall after weak first-quarter sales

    Carrefour's (CARR.PA) shares fell on Thursday to touch their lowest level since October 2012, after the French food retailer reported a slowdown in sales growth during the first quarter. Carrefour shares were down 3.16 percent by 0701 GMT, the worst performer on the CAC-40 (.FCHI) index of French blue-chip stocks. Late on Wednesday, Carrefour had given a cautious outlook for this year after sales growth slowed in the first quarter, with continued weakness in its core French market suggesting that the supermarket chain faces a long road to recovery.

  • Carrefour, employees in Argentina agree to voluntary buy-outs - union
    Reuters9 days ago

    Carrefour, employees in Argentina agree to voluntary buy-outs - union

    French retailer Carrefour (CARR.PA) agreed to voluntary buy-outs with workers in Argentina as part of a crisis prevention plan that aims to end three years of losses, a union representative said on Wednesday. Angel Martínez, spokesman for the Argentine Federation of Commerce and Service Workers (FAECYS), said the company had agreed to pay 50 percent more than the normal cost of letting workers go in Argentina. "If we had not done these negotiations, Carrefour would have left Argentina," Martinez said in a telephone interview.

  • Reuters10 days ago

    French retailer Carrefour cautious on 2018 as sales growth slows

    Carrefour (CARR.PA) gave a cautious outlook for this year after sales growth slowed in the first quarter, with continued weakness in its core French market suggesting that the supermarket chain faces a long road to recovery. Europe's largest retailer had in January announced plans to cut costs and jobs, boost e-commerce investment and seek a partnership in China in an effort to lift profit and revenue and help it to contend with competition from U.S. online retail giant Amazon (AMZN.O). "This quarter further demonstrates that Carrefour's 2022 transformation plan is the right strategy," Malige said.

  • Carrefour Argentina Considers Job Cuts on Weak Recovery
    Bloomberg15 days ago

    Carrefour Argentina Considers Job Cuts on Weak Recovery

    Carrefour SA is considering offering some workers in Argentina voluntary buyouts as the supermarket chain seeks to return to profit, according to a person with direct knowledge.

  • Associated Press21 days ago

    France: Workers strike at Carrefour markets over job cuts

    PARIS (AP) — Workers at France's Carrefour supermarkets are striking to protest planned job cuts.

  • Reuters29 days ago

    Carrefour calls on Google for voice boost in battle with Amazon

    Carrefour said it has joined forces with Google to create an online voice assistant called "Lea" as part of the French retailer's digital expansion. Europe's largest retailer announced plans in January to invest 2.8 billion euros ($3.5 billion) in digital commerce by 2022, six times its current investment, in the face of competition from Alexa owner Amazon. Alexa's chief rival is Google Assistant.

  • Carrefour calls on Google for voice boost in battle with Amazon
    Reuters29 days ago

    Carrefour calls on Google for voice boost in battle with Amazon

    Carrefour said it has joined forces with Google to create an online voice assistant called "Lea" as part of the French retailer's digital expansion. Europe's largest retailer announced plans in January to invest 2.8 billion euros ($3.5 billion) in digital commerce by 2022, six times its current investment, in the face of competition from Alexa owner Amazon. Alexa's chief rival is Google Assistant.

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    BUZZ-Top of the Street: Pernod Ricard, Swatch, Carrefour, SKF, RWE

    A round-up of notable broker activity this morning from Europe's top-ranked* analysts: ** Pernod Ricard: Goldman Sachs cuts to "neutral" citing among other reasons growing evidence that the co's ...

  • The Wall Street Journallast month

    [$$] Carrefour Acquires Majority Stake in French Meal-Kit Startup Quitoque

    Carrefour SA said on Thursday that it has acquired a majority stake in the French meal-kit delivery startup Quitoque SAS.

  • Reuterslast month

    French food retailer Leclerc takes on rivals to crack Paris

    French supermarket chain Leclerc, which launches a home delivery service in Paris this month, also aims to open click and collect stores and hypermarkets in the capital. Leclerc is France's biggest food retailer by market share but most of its 681 stores around the country are outside big cities. Tackling the lucrative Paris market is its next frontier for expansion and Chief Executive Michel-Edouard Leclerc said it will take three years to establish a solid foothold in the city.

  • French food retailer Leclerc takes on rivals to crack Paris
    Reuterslast month

    French food retailer Leclerc takes on rivals to crack Paris

    French supermarket chain Leclerc, which launches a home delivery service in Paris this month, also aims to open click and collect stores and hypermarkets in the capital. Leclerc is France's biggest food retailer by market share but most of its 681 stores around the country are outside big cities. Tackling the lucrative Paris market is its next frontier for expansion and Chief Executive Michel-Edouard Leclerc said it will take three years to establish a solid foothold in the city.

  • Reuterslast month

    Carrefour buys majority stake in French meal delivery company

    PARIS (Reuters) - French retailer Carrefour (CARR.PA) said on Thursday it was buying a majority stake in Quitoque, a French company that delivers meal kits to homes, as part of plans to beef up its digital ...

  • Reuterslast month

    Retailer Carrefour's unions call for March 31 strike over job cuts

    Under pressure to increase profits, Carrefour boss Alexandre Bompard announced in January cost savings of 2 billion euros ($2.47 billion) by 2020. "The CFDT and FO unions at Carrefour call for all workers in all the group's companies to participate in a joint action on March 31," the CFDT union said in a statement. The unions are also opposed to a sharp cut in employees' profit share payout to 57 euros from 600 euros per worker.

  • Reuterslast month

    Spain's Mercadona to invest 8.5 billion euros in next six years

    Spanish discount food retailer Mercadona said on Tuesday it would invest 8.5 billion euros (7.53 billion pounds) in the next six years on refurbishing stores and improving logistics in a competitive Spanish market. Mercadona, which has become Spain's biggest supermarket chain and one of the country's biggest employers, with around 84,000 staff, intends to invest a record 1.5 billion euros in 2018, when it plans to open 11 new stores. "We are currently firmly committed towards investing to transform Mercadona (...), therefore more than 8.5 billion euros are expected to be invested from equity capital between 2018 and 2023," Chairman Juan Roig said.

  • Reuterslast month

    Carrefour Brasil plans to expand; considers purchases and partnerships

    Carrefour Brasil, one of Brazil's largest retailers, plans to aggressively expand its store network, and will consider acquisitions and partnerships as part of that drive, executives said on Monday. It also plans to convert five to seven hypermarkets into wholesale stores this year and has the potential for a total of 120 to 140 new stores by 2022, the executives said. "We have the potential to do our work in 80 to 85 cities," Roberto Mussnich, head of Carrefour Brazil's wholesale division, told investors and analysts at the company's annual investors' day in Sao Paulo.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Retailer Carrefour using blockchain to improve checks on food products

    Retailer Carrefour (CARR.PA) is hoping blockchain-based technology will improve checks on the standards of its food products, as it prepares a major overhaul to tackle competition from Amazon (AMZN.O), Leclerc and others. Carrefour is among several leading companies tapping into the growing use of blockchain in order to track where products come from, as consumers increasingly look to ensure that products meet standards regarding ethics and general safety. Carrefour, Europe's largest retailer, said on Tuesday that the use of blockchain would enable shoppers in France to trace where certain food products are sourced, and added it was extending its use of such technology in this capacity.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    European shares dip to 2-week low as Carrefour, WPP results get frosty reception

    European shares slid on Thursday as a flurry of uninspiring earnings updates from retailer Carrefour and advertiser WPP kept the mood downbeat, while broader jitters over tightening monetary policy spilled over into a new month. The pan-European STOXX 600 index fell 1.4 percent to a two-week low, while Germany's DAX fell 2 percent and Britain's FTSE felt the weight of Brexit uncertainty with a 0.8 percent loss. Many retailers have struggled in the face of Amazon's rise and the need to adapt to a tech-led world.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    European shares dip to 2-week low as Carrefour, WPP results get frosty reception

    European shares slid on Thursday as a flurry of uninspiring earnings updates from retailer Carrefour and advertiser WPP kept the mood downbeat, while broader jitters over tightening monetary policy spilled over into a new month. The pan-European STOXX 600 index fell 1.4 percent to a two-week low, while Germany's DAX fell 2 percent and Britain's FTSE felt the weight of Brexit uncertainty with a 0.8 percent loss. Many retailers have struggled in the face of Amazon's rise and the need to adapt to a tech-led world.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Carrefour shares sink after retailer's weak results and cautious outlook

    Shares in Carrefour fell sharply on Thursday after Europe's largest retailer disappointed investors with dismal 2017 earnings, a dividend cut and a cautious outlook for 2018. Carrefour shares were down 6.3 percent by mid-session trading, with the stock among the worst performers on the pan-European STOXX 600 index. Last month, Carrefour a new strategy to boost profit and revenue in the face of the growing threat from the likes of Amazon, but its cautious guidance for this year acted as a wake-up call that the road to recovery would be long.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

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  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    LIVE MARKETS-Pre-open roundup: toil and trouble in European retail

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  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    LIVE MARKETS-Carrefour's "tough read" - still some way to go?

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  • France's Carrefour presents cautious outlook and dividend cut
    Reuters2 months ago

    France's Carrefour presents cautious outlook and dividend cut

    Carrefour (CARR.PA), the world's second-largest retailer, expects currency exchange rates along with restructuring and one-off charges to weigh on profitability this year, it said after posting lower operating profit for a second year running. Finance chief Matthieu Malige's warning came despite new strategy unveiled last month with the aim of boosting profit and revenue in the face of the growing threat from the likes of Amazon (AMZN.O). "The 2017 results we are presenting today demonstrate the necessity of implementing without delay Carrefour's transformation plan," said Chief Executive Alexandre Bompard.

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