CARL-B.CO - Carlsberg A/S

Copenhagen - Copenhagen Real-time price. Currency in DKK
1,038.50
-7.50 (-0.72%)
At close: 4:59PM CET
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Previous close1,046.00
Open1,048.00
Bid1,038.50 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's range1,035.00 - 1,050.50
52-week range726.40 - 1,064.50
Volume253,479
Avg. volume227,731
Market cap152.435B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.69
PE ratio (TTM)26.85
EPS (TTM)38.68
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield18.00 (1.72%)
Ex-dividend date14 Mar 2019
1y target est733.86
  • Reuters - UK Focus

    LIVE MARKETS-So much to look forward to next week

    * 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: joice.alves.thomsonreuters.com@reuters.net 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.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    LIVE MARKETS-STOXX 600 teasing up and down the record high line

    * 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: joice.alves.thomsonreuters.com@reuters.net 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.

  • Should You Be Tempted To Sell Carlsberg A/S (CPH:CARL B) Because Of Its P/E Ratio?
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  • Reuters - UK Focus

    UPDATE 3-Unilever appoints Nils Andersen as chairman, replacing Dekkers

    Unilever named Danish businessman Nils Andersen as chairman on Wednesday, hoping his experience of consumer goods and logistics will help the group navigate a slowdown in its biggest markets and re-energise its foods business. Andersen, a non-executive director on Unilever's board since 2015, comes in alongside Scotsman Alan Jope who took over as CEO earlier this year.

  • Carlsberg forecasts 10% profit growth for 2019
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    Carlsberg forecasts 10% profit growth for 2019

    Danish brewer Carlsberg revised upwards its annual profit growth outlook on Monday, saying it now expects organic operating profit to rise by around 10% versus a previous forecast for a "high single-digit" percentage increase. The world's third biggest brewer cited solid earnings in its major markets Western Europe and China, which it said more than offset weakness in Russia, its second largest market. "We are very pleased to be able to deliver a second upgrade this year due to solid earnings performance in Western Europe and China," Carlsberg's chief executive Cees 'T Hart said in a statement.

  • The Carlsberg (CPH:CARL B) Share Price Has Gained 83% And Shareholders Are Hoping For More
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  • Reuters - UK Focus

    UPDATE 4-AB InBev loses $13 bln in value as beer drinking slows in Brazil and S.Korea

    Anheuser-Busch InBev saw more than $13 billion wiped off its market value on Friday, after a profit warning and weaker-than-expected third-quarter earnings growth sparked by reduced demand for its beer in Brazil and South Korea. The cautious outlook from the world's largest brewer came after main rival Heineken trimmed its 2019 guidance on Wednesday after an unexpected dip in sales in the Americas. The downbeat updates highlight challenges facing global brewers in large developing markets in Asia, Latin America and Africa, whose promise of higher growth is supposed to make up for reduced beer drinking in Europe and the United States.

  • Exclusive: India probe finds AB InBev, Carlsberg, United Breweries colluded on prices - sources
    Reuters

    Exclusive: India probe finds AB InBev, Carlsberg, United Breweries colluded on prices - sources

    The investigations unit of India's Competition Commission has concluded that Anheuser-Busch InBev , Carlsberg and United Breweries colluded to fix beer prices, two people with direct knowledge told Reuters. The Competition Commission of India (CCI) launched the investigation after AB InBev told the watchdog it had detected an industry cartel, leading in 2018 to dawn raids at the three brewers' offices to collect evidence.

  • An Examination Of Carlsberg A/S (CPH:CARL B)
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  • Globe Newswire

    Carlsberg Foundation sale of shares in connection with Carlsberg A/S share buy-back programme

    Please see attached document.Attachment * 20190930 - Carlsbergfondet 2nd Tranche - PDMR reporting

  • Globe Newswire

    Carlsberg A/s Share Buy-Back Programme

    Transactions during 23-27 SeptemberOn 15 August 2019, Carlsberg A/S announced a share buy-back programme, as described in Company Announcement No. 34/2019. The programme is carried out in accordance with Article 5 of Regulation No 596/2014 of the European Parliament and Council of 16 April 2014 (MAR) and the Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) 2016/1052, also referred to as the Safe Harbour Regulations. According to the programme, Carlsberg A/S will repurchase B shares of up to DKK 2.0bn. The programme is taking place during the period from 15 August 2019 to 30 January 2020, during which a maximum of 12 million B shares will be bought.The following transactions were made under the share buy-back programme during 23-27 September:  Number of shares boughtAverage transaction priceAmount DKK Accumulated, last announcement541,956 541,400,520 23 September 2019 12,000 996.33 11,955,954 24 September 2019 9,603 990.58 9,512,494 25 September 2019 16,264 998.95 16,246,866 26 September 2019 8,233 1,008.44 8,302,463 27 September 2019 10,000 1,015.65 10,156,515 Total, 23-27 September 201956,100 56,174,292 Bought from Carlsberg Foundation, 27 September 2019 *24,4221,001.3224,454,342 Accumulated under the programme 622,478 622,029,154      *According to a separate agreement the Carlsberg Foundation participates pro rata to the shares purchased in the share buy-back programme at its holdings on 6 February 2019 of 30.33% of the total amount of shares in Carlsberg A/S.With the transactions stated above, Carlsberg A/S holds a total of 3,557,931 own B shares, corresponding to 2.3% of the 152,556,806 issued A and B shares.The details of each transaction made under the share buy-back programme are enclosed.ContactsInvestor Relations:   Peter Kondrup +45 2219 1221       Iben Steiness +45 3327 1232 Media Relations:    Kasper Elbjørn +45 4179 1216     Anders Bering +45 4179 1217For more news, sign up at www.carlsberggroup.com/subscribe or follow @CarlsbergGroup on Twitter.Attachments * 40_UK_30092019_Carlsberg share buy-back_Transactions 23-27 Sept. 2019 * 20190930 - Carlsbergfondet 2nd Tranche - PDMR reporting * Appendix_40_30092019

  • Globe Newswire

    Carlsberg A/S Share Buy-Back Programme

    Transactions during 16-20 September On 15 August 2019, Carlsberg A/S announced a share buy-back programme, as described in Company Announcement No. 34/2019. The programme is carried out in accordance with Article 5 of Regulation No 596/2014 of the European Parliament and Council of 16 April 2014 (MAR) and the Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) 2016/1052, also referred to as the Safe Harbour Regulations. According to the programme, Carlsberg A/S will repurchase B shares of up to DKK 2.0bn. The programme is taking place during the period from 15 August 2019 to 30 January 2020, during which a maximum of 12 million B shares will be bought.The following transactions were made under the share buy-back programme during 16-20 September:  Number of shares boughtAverage transaction priceAmount DKK Accumulated, last announcement437,066 437,786,747 16 September 2019 20,000 980.89 19,617,700 17 September 2019 5,000 989.25 4,946,245 18 September 2019 33,077 990.84 32,774,130 19 September 2019 5,000 986.90 4,934,504 20 September 2019 10,000 991.53 9,915,272 Total, 16-20 September 201973,077 72,187,851 Bought from Carlsberg Foundation, 20 September 2019*31,813987.8331,425,922 Accumulated under the programme 541,956 541,400,520      * According to a separate agreement the Carlsberg Foundation participates pro rata to the shares purchased in the share buy-back programme at its holdings on 6 February 2019 of 30.33% of the total amount of shares in Carlsberg A/S. With the transactions stated above, Carlsberg A/S holds a total of 3,477,409 own B shares, corresponding to 2.3% of the 152,556,806 issued A and B shares.The details of each transaction made under the share buy-back programme are enclosed.ContactsInvestor Relations:   Peter Kondrup +45 2219 1221       Iben Steiness +45 3327 1232 Media Relations:     Kasper Elbjørn +45 4179 1216     Anders Bering +45 4179 1217 For more news, sign up at www.carlsberggroup.com/subscribe or follow @CarlsbergGroup on Twitter.Attachments * 39_UK_23092019_Carlsberg share buy-back_Transactions 16-20 Sept. 2019 * Appendix_39_23092019 * 20190923 - Carlsbergfondet 2nd Tranche - PDMR reporting * Appendix_38_16092019_Corrected

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    Distell accuses AB InBev, SABMiller merger of breach -S.Africa regulator

    South Africa's Competition Tribunal on Wednesday said it was looking into allegations by South African alcoholic drinks firm Distell Group that the entity formed from the 2016 merger of the world's largest brewer Anheuser-Busch InBev with SABMiller breached merger conditions. AB InBev and SABMiller were not immediately available for comment when contacted by Reuters.

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