CA.PA - Carrefour SA

Paris - Paris Delayed price. Currency in EUR
14.505
-0.140 (-0.96%)
At close: 5:37PM CEST
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Previous close14.645
Open14.610
Bid23.150 x 90000
Ask23.300 x 2500000
Day's range14.435 - 14.645
52-week range14.435 - 22.675
Volume2,525,155
Avg. volume3,289,784
Market cap11.067B
Beta0.92
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-0.701
Earnings date26 Jul 2018
Forward dividend & yield0.46 (3.14%)
Ex-dividend date2018-06-21
1y target est19.29
  • Google Plans to Help Carrefour Expand Online
    Market Realist5 days ago

    Google Plans to Help Carrefour Expand Online

    Alphabet’s (GOOGL) Google has struck a partnership deal to help French food retailer Carrefour boost its sales online. The partnership means that French consumers are expected to shop from Carrefour through Google platforms starting in 2019.

  • Alphabet Roundup: JD Investment, Carrefour Partnership, Waymo
    Zacks6 days ago

    Alphabet Roundup: JD Investment, Carrefour Partnership, Waymo

    Alphabet's (GOOGL) JD.com (JD) investment, its Carrefour partnership and the completion of testing for Waymo's taxi service were the top stories from last week.

  • Carrefour rekindles executive pay row in France
    Reuters7 days ago

    Carrefour rekindles executive pay row in France

    A row over a lucrative severance package for supermarket group Carrefour's former chief executive reflects mounting public impatience and government irritation with pay deals for French company bosses. Georges Plassat's 13 million euro (11.4 million pounds) payout was tantamount to "thuggish behaviour" and did not tally with the state in which he left Europe's biggest retailer, government spokesman Benjamin Griveaux said on Sunday. It has particular resonance in France where President Emmanuel Macron and his centrist government are having to fend off accusations from the left that their reforms to reshape economic and social policy favour the wealthy.

  • Reuters7 days ago

    Ex-Carrefour CEO Plassat joins Degroof Petercam

    PARIS (Reuters) - Former Carrefour (CARR.PA) chief executive Georges Plassat has joined Belgian private bank Degroof Petercam as a senior advisor, a spokeswoman for the bank said on Monday. "Georges ...

  • France urges ex-Carrefour CEO to give up retirement package
    Reuters8 days ago

    France urges ex-Carrefour CEO to give up retirement package

    The French government called on Carrefour's (CARR.PA) former chief executive to give up his full retirement package, a spokesman said on Sunday, saying he had not left Europe's biggest retailer in a state which merited a generous payout. Shareholders approved Georges Plassat's 13 million euros payout by over 68 percent of votes cast at an annual shareholders' meeting on Friday, triggering a wave of criticism from unions, employees' federations and the finance minister. Carrefour said on Saturday that Plassat, who stepped down in July 2017, had decided not to apply a clause in his departure package under which he would get nearly 4 million euros for committing not to join a competitor.

  • Ex-Carrefour Boss Gives Up $4.6 Million Bonus After Furor
    Bloomberg9 days ago

    Ex-Carrefour Boss Gives Up $4.6 Million Bonus After Furor

    The former boss of top French supermarket chain Carrefour SA walked away from a multi-million-euro payment after the country’s economy minister denounced his package as exorbitant. Former Chief Executive Officer Georges Plassat decided to waive his right to a non-compete fee valued at 4 million euros ($4.6 million) because of the “misunderstanding” surrounding the award, the company said in a statement Saturday. Such levels of pay are “shocking,” Economy Minister Bruno Le Maire’s office said in a texted statement on Saturday.

  • Reuters9 days ago

    Ex-CEO of France's Carrefour to give up part of payout after pressure

    Former Carrefour chief executive Georges Plassat is to give up part of his departure package, the French retailer said on Saturday after facing pressure from employers' bodies, unions and the government over his payout. Shareholders approved Plassat's 2017 payout by over 68 percent of votes cast at an annual shareholders' meeting on Friday, drawing whistles and boos from union representatives and individual shareholders. Carrefour said in a statement that Plassat, who stepped down in July 2017, had decided not to apply a clause in his departure package under which he would get nearly 4 million euros (3.49 million pounds) for committing not to join a competitor.

  • Carrefour boss hails progress in e-commerce strategy
    Reuters10 days ago

    Carrefour boss hails progress in e-commerce strategy

    Carrefour's new alliances with tech giants Google and China's Tencent show the French retailer's e-commerce offensive is making big progress, chief executive Alexandre Bompard told shareholders on Friday. Bompard, who took over as CEO in July 2017, said accelerating the company's digital commerce expansion was an "absolute" priority in the face of competition from Amazon and other online rivals. Now we have deals with Tencent and Google," Bompard told the company's annual shareholders meeting.

  • Carrefour boss hails progress in e-commerce strategy
    Reuters10 days ago

    Carrefour boss hails progress in e-commerce strategy

    Carrefour's new alliances with tech giants Google and China's Tencent show the French retailer's e-commerce offensive is making big progress, chief executive Alexandre Bompard told shareholders on Friday. Bompard, who took over as CEO in July 2017, said accelerating the company's digital commerce expansion was an "absolute" priority in the face of competition from Amazon and other online rivals. Now we have deals with Tencent and Google," Bompard told the company's annual shareholders meeting.

  • Carrefour boss says e-commerce strategy starting to bear fruit
    Business Insider UK10 days ago

    Carrefour boss says e-commerce strategy starting to bear fruit

    Carrefour boss Alexandre Bompard on Friday told shareholders that new alliances with tech giants Google and China's Tencent showed the French retailer's e-commerce offensive was making an impact. Bompard, who took over as CEO in July 2017, said accelerating its digital commerce expansion was an "absolute" priority in the face of competition from Amazon and other online rivals. Now we have deals with Tencent and Google," Bompard told the company's annual shareholders meeting.

  • Carrefour boss says e-commerce strategy starting to bear fruit
    Business Insider UK10 days ago

    Carrefour boss says e-commerce strategy starting to bear fruit

    Carrefour boss Alexandre Bompard on Friday told shareholders that new alliances with tech giants Google and China's Tencent showed the French retailer's e-commerce offensive was making an impact. Bompard, who took over as CEO in July 2017, said accelerating its digital commerce expansion was an "absolute" priority in the face of competition from Amazon and other online rivals. Now we have deals with Tencent and Google," Bompard told the company's annual shareholders meeting.

  • Reuters12 days ago

    Explainer: Why are grocery retailers teaming up with tech giants?

    France’s Carrefour announced a deal this week with Google to boost its online shopping business. It is the latest in a string of partnerships between traditional food retailers and tech companies as grocery ecommerce takes off. HOW BIG IS GROCERY ECOMMERCE?

  • Reuters12 days ago

    Why are grocery retailers teaming up with tech giants?

    France’s Carrefour announced a deal this week with Google to boost its online shopping business. It is the latest in a string of partnerships between traditional food retailers and tech companies as grocery ecommerce takes off. HOW BIG IS GROCERY ECOMMERCE?

  • Reuters - UK Focus12 days ago

    EXPLAINER-Why are grocery retailers teaming up with tech giants?

    France’s Carrefour announced a deal this week with Google to boost its online shopping business. It is the latest in a string of partnerships between traditional food retailers and tech companies as grocery ecommerce takes off.

  • Reuters - UK Focus13 days ago

    LIVE MARKETS-Closing snapshot: Italy outperforms again while commodities slide

    Welcome to the home for real-time coverage of European equity markets brought to you by Reuters stocks reporters and anchored today by Danilo Masoni. Reach him on Messenger to share your thoughts on market ...

  • European shares led down by energy, mining stocks; Italy shines on
    Reuters13 days ago

    European shares led down by energy, mining stocks; Italy shines on

    By Danilo Masoni and Helen Reid MILAN/LONDON (Reuters) - European stocks fell on Tuesday, pulled down by commodities stocks, but retailers gained after Carrefour signed an online shopping partnership with ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus13 days ago

    European shares led down by energy, mining stocks; Italy shines on

    MILAN/LONDON, June 12 (Reuters) - European stocks fell on Tuesday, pulled down by commodities stocks, but retailers gained after Carrefour signed an online shopping partnership with Google. The pan-European STOXX 600 ended the day down 0.1 percent, although Italy's FTSE MIB climbed 0.2 percent in its second day of gains. BP, Royal Dutch Shell and Total declined 1 to 1.1 percent.

  • Google Collaborates With Carrefour, Focuses on Retail Sector
    Zacks13 days ago

    Google Collaborates With Carrefour, Focuses on Retail Sector

    Alphabet's (GOOGL) division Google is likely to gain competitive edge against Amazon with the help of its recent partnership with Carrefour.

  • Reuters14 days ago

    Carrefour takes on French rivals in e-commerce with Google tie-up

    France's largest food retailer Carrefour is teaming up with Google to boost its online shopping business on its home turf, where rivals are also launching e-commerce offensives. Carrefour said on Monday that from next year its groceries would be available on the U.S. search engine's new dedicated shopping site in France, or through Google-operated systems such as connected speakers and voice-assisted devices. The tie-up comes amid a broader shake-up in France's competitive food retail market as retailers invest in online platforms and home delivery services to win over clients and ward off in-roads by U.S. e-commerce giant Amazon.

  • Carrefour takes on French rivals in e-commerce with Google tie-up
    Reuters14 days ago

    Carrefour takes on French rivals in e-commerce with Google tie-up

    France's largest food retailer Carrefour (CARR.PA) is teaming up with Google (GOOGL.O) to boost its online shopping business on its home turf, where rivals are also launching e-commerce offensives. Carrefour said on Monday that from next year its groceries would be available on the U.S. search engine's new dedicated shopping site in France, or through Google-operated systems such as connected speakers and voice-assisted devices. The tie-up comes amid a broader shake-up in France's competitive food retail market as retailers invest in online platforms and home delivery services to win over clients and ward off in-roads by U.S. e-commerce giant Amazon.

  • Google Enters Deal With Carrefour to Sell Food Online in France
    Bloomberg14 days ago

    Google Enters Deal With Carrefour to Sell Food Online in France

    Alphabet Inc.’s Google entered a deal with Carrefour SA to sell groceries online in France in what the retailer said was the first time fresh food will be marketed through the Internet giant’s platforms. By early 2019, French shoppers will be able to buy Carrefour’s products through Google platforms including Home, Assistant and the Google shopping destination in France, the retailer said in a statement. Competition in the French supermarket business has been heating up as grocers race to boost their digital offerings.

  • Walmart's Brazilian Blunder Comes to an End With Advent Deal
    Bloomberg21 days ago

    Walmart's Brazilian Blunder Comes to an End With Advent Deal

    Brazil’s national anthem hails the country as “an intense dream.” For Walmart Inc., Brazil has been more of a nightmare. Walmart will retain a 20 percent stake in the business after the deal, which will result in a $4.5 billion non-cash net loss in the quarter. The long-rumored sale is the latest move by Walmart to reshape its global footprint, following deals in the U.K. and India.

  • Reuters21 days ago

    Carrefour sees China as testing ground for new retail methods

    French retailer Carrefour (CARR.PA), which opened its first high-tech store in Shanghai last month in partnership with tech giant Tencent , sees China as the ideal location to develop new methods for attracting shoppers. More such stores were on the cards in China, including two in Shenzhen in the coming months, Thierry Garnier, Carrefour Executive Director for Asia, told Reuters. Europe's largest retailer was "very positive" on the market in China, where with the help of Tencent it plans to use facial recognition technology to help make the check-out process quicker.

  • Who Are The Largest Shareholders In Carrefour SA (EPA:CA)?
    Simply Wall St.25 days ago

    Who Are The Largest Shareholders In Carrefour SA (EPA:CA)?

    Today, I will be analyzing Carrefour SA’s (ENXTPA:CA) recent ownership structure, an important but not-so-popular subject among individual investors. Ownership structure has been found to have an impact on shareholderRead More...

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