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Christian Dior SE (CDI.PA)

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612.00-8.00 (-1.29%)
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Day's range612.00 - 623.50
52-week range331.80 - 629.50
Volume12,871
Avg. volume6,276
Market cap110.412B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.94
PE ratio (TTM)57.18
EPS (TTM)10.70
Earnings date26 Jul 2021 - 30 Jul 2021
Forward dividend & yield6.00 (0.97%)
Ex-dividend date20 Apr 2021
1y target est396.00
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    Chistian Dior: Good start to the year for Christian Dior

    Good start to the year for Christian Dior Paris, April 13th, 2021 The Christian Dior group recorded revenue of 14 billion euros for the first quarter of 2021, up 32% compared to the same period in 2020 and up 30% on an organic basis. The quarter marks a return to growth after several quarters of decline during 2020, a year that was severely disrupted by the global pandemic. Organic revenue grew 8% compared to the first quarter of 2019. All activities contributed to the good performance of the Group, with the exception of Selective Retailing, which was still impacted by the restrictions on international travel. Fashion & Leather Goods, in particular, had an excellent start to the year and achieved record levels of revenue. The United States and Asia enjoyed strong growth, while Europe is still affected by the crisis due to the impact of store closures across several countries and the suspension of tourism. Revenue by business group: Euro millions Q1 2021Q1 2020% ChangeQ1 2021/Q1 2020 Reported Organic*% Change Q1 2021/2019 Organic*Wines & Spirits1 5101 175+ 29 %+ 36 %+ 17 %Fashion & Leather Goods6 7384 643+ 45 %+ 52 %+ 37 %Perfumes & Cosmetics1 5501 382+ 12 %+ 18 %- 4 %Watches & Jewelry1 883792+ 138 %+ 35 %+ 1 %Selective Retailing2 3372 626- 11 %- 5 %- 30 %Other activities and eliminations(59)(22)---Total13 95910 596+ 32 %**+ 30 %+ 8 % * With comparable structure and constant exchange rates. ** The currency effect was -6% and the structural impact (linked entirely to the consolidation of Tiffany & Co. for the first time) was + 8%. The Wines & Spirits business group recorded organic revenue growth of 36% in the first quarter of 2021 compared to the same period of 2020 and 17% compared to that of 2019. Champagne volumes were up 22% compared to the first quarter of 2020, with good performances in Europe and the United States. Hennessy cognac saw its volumes increase by 28% compared to 2020. China, which is the first market to have been affected by the pandemic, experienced a strong rebound. Demand in the United States remained robust. Despite a good start to the year, it continues to be an uncertain environment. The Fashion & Leather Goods business group achieved organic revenue growth of 52% in the first quarter of 2021 compared to the same period of 2020 and 37% compared to that of 2019. Louis Vuitton, driven by its strong creativity, enjoyed a remarkable performance. The timelessly elegant Capucines bag was showcased and several innovations were unveiled during the runway shows. In Japan, Louis Vuitton reopened its historic flagship store in the Ginza district of Tokyo following extensive renovation work. Christian Dior enjoyed an excellent start to the year. The Lady Dior bag continued to be very successful and the new ready-to-wear collections have had an excellent reception. Fendi unveiled the first collections by Kim Jones. Loro Piana presented its new collections. Celine had great success with the creations of Hedi Slimane. Loewe continued its very successful expansion of the lines created by J.W. Anderson. Marc Jacobs performed very well. In Perfumes & Cosmetics, organic revenue grew 18% in the first quarter of 2021 compared to the same period in 2020 and was down 4% compared to the same period in 2019. The major brands continued to be selective in their distribution and limit promotions. They benefited from the continued growth in online sales from local customers, which offset the impact of the suspension of international travel and the closure of many points of sale. Christian Dior confirmed its success in make-up with the new Rouge Dior. Dior fragrances, notably Sauvage, Miss Dior and the new J’Adore Infinissime, maintained their momentum across all markets. Guerlain continued to benefit from the success of its Abeille Royale skincare line. Benefit’s new mascara with a lengthening effect enjoyed an excellent reception. The Watches & Jewelry business group recorded organic revenue growth of 35% in the first quarter of 2021 compared to the same period of 2020 and 1% compared to that of 2019. The quarter marked the integration for the first time of the iconic jewelry Maison, Tiffany & Co, which saw an excellent start to the year. Several innovations were unveiled at other brands during the quarter, including the Serpenti Viper collection by Bvlgari, the new Joséphine creations by Chaumet and the Pretty Woman collection by Fred. In watchmaking, TAG Heuer announced a major collaboration with Porsche, including launching the TAG Heuer Carrera Porsche Chronograph. In Selective Retailing, organic revenue declined 5% in the first quarter of 2021 compared to the first quarter of 2020 and 30% compared to that of 2019. Sephora performed well in a commercial environment that is still impacted by store closures in several countries across Europe. Online sales progressed well throughout the world. DFS continued to experience a significant decline in activity in most destinations due to the lack of international travel. In a context that remains turbulent, the Christian Dior group is well-equipped to build upon the hoped-for recovery in 2021 and regain growth momentum for all its businesses. The Group will continue to pursue its strategy focused on the development of its brands, driven by strong innovation and investment as well as by a constant quest for quality in their products and their distribution. The Group relies on the talent and motivation of its teams, the diversification of its businesses and the geographical balance of its revenue to further strengthen its global leadership position in luxury goods in 2021. This document is a free translation into English of the original French financial release dated April 13, 2021.It is not a binding document. In the event of a conflict in interpretation, reference should be made to the French version, which is the authentic text. This financial release is available on our website www.dior-finance.com. “This document may contain certain forward looking statements which are based on estimations and forecasts. By their nature, these forward looking statements are subject to important risks and uncertainties and factors beyond our control or ability to predict, in particular those described in Christian Dior’s Annual Report which is available on the website (www.dior-finance.com). These forward looking statements should not be considered as a guarantee of future performance, the actual results could differ materially from those expressed or implied by them. The forward looking statements only reflect Christian Dior’s views as of the date of this document, and Christian Dior does not undertake to revise or update these forward looking statements. The forward looking statements should be used with caution and circumspection and in no event can Christian Dior and its Management be held responsible for any investment or other decision based upon such statements. The information in this document does not constitute an offer to sell or an invitation to buy shares in Christian Dior or an invitation or inducement to engage in any other investment activities.” Attachment Christian Dior Q1 Revenue 2021 VA

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    Christian Dior: Residual Maturity Call Option of the Notes due 24 June 2021

    Paris, 23 February 2021 RESIDUAL MATURITY CALL OPTION OF THE NOTES €350,000,000 0.75 per cent. Notes due 24 June 2021 Common code: 143803295 ISIN code: FR0013185444 Reference is made to the €350,000,000 0.75 per cent. Notes due 24 June 2021 issued by Christian Dior on 24 June 2016 (the “Notes”) and governed by the terms and conditions set forth in the prospectus dated 22 June 2016 (the “Terms and Conditions”). All capitalised terms used herein and not defined shall have the meaning assigned to such terms in the Terms and Conditions. Pursuant to Condition 4(d) (Residual Maturity Call Option) of the Terms and Conditions, Christian Dior hereby gives notice to the Noteholders of the redemption of the outstanding Notes, in whole, at their principal amount together with interest accrued to but excluding the date of redemption, as follows: 1. the redemption date for the Notes will be 24 March 2021 (the “Redemption Date”); 2. the total principal amount of the Notes being redeemed is €350,000,000. The aggregate amount of accrued and unpaid interest payable on the Redemption Date for all of the Notes shall be €1,963,356.16. Noteholders are advised to inform themselves on the specific conditions relating to redemption and interest calculation provided for in the Terms and Conditions; 3. The Fiscal Agent and Paying Agent is Société Générale Securities Services, 32, rue du Champ de Tir, CS 30812, 44308 Nantes Cedex 3, France; 4. Payment of principal amount and interest in respect of the Notes on the Redemption Date shall be made for the benefit of the Noteholders to the Account Holders (including Euroclear France, Euroclear and Clearstream, Luxembourg) and such payment so made to the relevant Account Holders shall discharge the liability of the Issuer under the Notes to the extent of the sums so paid. No representation is being made as to the correctness or accuracy of the Common code number or ISIN code number referred to in this redemption notice. Attachment Christian Dior - residual maturity call option (EN) 2021 02 23

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    Christian Dior: Christian Dior showed good resilience against the pandemic crisis in 2020

    Christian Dior showed good resilience against the pandemic crisis in 2020 Paris, January 26th, 2021 The Christian Dior group recorded revenue of 44.7 billion euros in 2020, down 17%. Organic revenue declined 16% compared to 2019. The Group showed good resilience in 2020 in an economic environment severely disrupted by the serious health crisis that led to the suspension of international travel and the closure of its stores and manufacturing sites in most countries over a period of several months. With an organic revenue decline of only 3% in the fourth quarter, the Group saw a significant improvement in trends in all its activities compared to the first nine months of 2020. Fashion & Leather Goods in particular, enjoyed a remarkable performance, with double-digit growth in both the third and fourth quarters. While Europe is still affected by the crisis, the United States saw a good recovery and Asia grew strongly. Profit from recurring operations, which amounted to 8.3 billion euros in 2020, declined only 28% over the year due to a return to growth in the second half, which was up 7%. Operating margin reached 18.6% in 2020. Group share of net profit amounted to 1.9 billion euros, down 34%. Key highlights from 2020 include: Highest priority given to the health and safety of our employees and our customers,Direct support in the fight against the pandemic,Good resilience, notably from the major brands, in an economic environment disrupted by the health crisis,Impact of the crisis on revenue trends around the world, with however, a second half marked by a strong recovery in Asia, which saw double-digit growth, and a significant improvement in trends in the United States and Japan,Double-digit organic revenue growth at Louis Vuitton and Christian Dior Maisons over the last two quarters of 2020,Success of both iconic and new products at Louis Vuitton, whose profitability remains at an exceptional level, Remarkable resilience of Cognac,Sharp acceleration in online sales, partially offsetting the effect on revenue caused by the closure of the Group's stores for several months,Suspension of international travel, severely penalizing hotel and travel retail activities,Operating free cash flow very close to that of 2019,The completion of the agreement with the iconic American jewelry Maison Tiffany. Key figures Euro millions2019 2020% changeRevenue53 67044 651- 17 %Profit from recurring operations11 4928 300- 28 %Group share of net profit2 9381 933- 34 %Operating free cash flow6 2376 093- 2 %Net Financial debt6 1844 213- 32 %Total equity35 71736 244+ 1 % Revenue by business group: Euro millions20192020 Change 2020 / 2019 Reported Organic*Change Q4 2020 / Q4 2019 Organic*Wines & Spirits5 5764 755- 15 %- 14 %- 11%Fashion & Leather Goods22 23721 207- 5 %- 3 %+ 18%Perfumes & Cosmetics6 8355 248- 23 %- 22 %- 15%Watches & Jewelry4 4053 356- 24 %- 23 %- 2%Selective Retailing14 79110 155- 31 %- 30 %- 26%Other activities and eliminations(174)(70)---Total53 67044 651- 17 % - 16 %- 3% * With comparable structure and constant exchange rates. For 2020, the currency effect was -1% and the structural impact was almost zeroFor the fourth quarter of 2020, the currency effect was -4% and the structural impact was almost zero Profit from recurring operations by business group: Euro millions20192020% changeWines & Spirits1 7291 388- 20 %Fashion & Leather Goods7 3447 188- 2 %Perfumes & Cosmetics68380- 88 %Watches & Jewelry736302- 59 %Selective Retailing1 395(203)-Other activities and eliminations(395)(455)-Total11 4928 300- 28 % Wines & Spirits: strong recovery in the United States in the second half of the year and improvement in trends in China The Wines & Spirits business group saw its organic revenue decline by 14% in 2020. Profit from recurring operations was down 20%. All Maisons showed great resilience and gained market share. After a significant drop in volumes in the second quarter, the Champagne business experienced improved trends in the second half, particularly in the United States. Beginning in June, Hennessy cognac recorded a strong recovery, driven notably by demand in the United States. 2020 saw the integration of the 2019 acquisitions Château d'Esclans and Château du Galoupet for the first time over a full year, establishing a strong position for Moët Hennessy in the growing market for high-end rosé wines. A new high-end rum, Eminente launched in the third quarter. Fashion & Leather Goods: remarkable resilience In 2020, the Fashion & Leather Goods, business group recorded a decrease in organic revenue of only 3% in an environment marked by the closure of stores over a period of several months. The second half saw a noteworthy rebound in activity, with double-digit organic revenue growth in both quarters. China recorded a strong recovery in revenue beginning in April and the United States in July. The brands’ strict cost management made it possible to limit the decline in profit from recurring operations to 2%. Louis Vuitton, always driven by exceptional dynamism and creativity, was able very quickly to transform and revitalize its customer relations with a high quality and efficient digital service. Many innovations were unveiled throughout the year, such as the Pont 9 range and the 1854 canvas. The Maison's commitment to high quality craftsmanship and sustainability continues in the form of responsible creativity. A new workshop opened at Vendôme in France. Christian Dior Maison demonstrated remarkable momentum and gained market share in all regions thanks to its exceptional creativity. The Lady Dior bag has become a global icon, the women’s collections of Maria Grazia Chiuri and the men’s runway shows of Kim Jones were a huge success. The other fashion brands showed solid resilience during the year, notably Loewe with the creations of J. W. Anderson, Celine with the creations of Hedi Slimane, Fendi and Marc Jacobs. Perfumes & Cosmetics: continuous innovation and rapid growth in online sales The Perfumes & Cosmetics business group recorded a 22% decline in organic revenue in 2020. Profit from recurring operations was down 88%. In a sector suffering from the decline in international traveller spend and makeup, Group’s major brands chose to be selective in their distribution and, unlike certain competitors, limited promotions and refused to sell indirectly to the Chinese parallel market, which presents major risks to the medium term desirability for brands that follow that route. The Perfumes and Cosmetics brands are showing good resilience resulting from the growth of skincare and online sales, particularly in Asia. Parfums Christian Dior saw a gradual improvement in the second half of the year, underpinned by the success of its new products Miss Dior Roses N’Roses and J’adore Infinissime in perfume, and Rouge Dior in makeup. Guerlain benefited from the remarkably dynamic skincare market, with the continued success of Abeille Royale and Orchidée Impériale. The new skincare brand Fenty Skin, developed by Rihanna, is off to a very promising start. Watches & Jewelry: strong rebound in China in the second half of the year The Watches & Jewelry business group saw its organic revenue decline by 23% in 2020, with a strong improvement in trends in the fourth quarter, which fell only 2%. Profit from recurring operations was down 59%. Bvlgari was very responsive and quickly capitalized on the strong recovery in China. The Maison maintained a high pace of jewelry innovation with the successful launches of its Serpenti Viper, B.Zero1 Rock and Barocko collections. Chaumet inaugurated its new store at its historic address on Place Vendôme in Paris at the start of 2020 and strengthened its presence in China. In the watch sector, TAG Heuer celebrated its 160th anniversary with several limited editions in the Carrera collection and launched the third generation of its smartwatch in New York. The year 2021 marks the welcome to the Group of the prestigious American jeweler Tiffany. Selective retailing: good resilience at Sephora and strong impact of the suspension of international travel on DFS The Selective Retailing business group saw organic revenue decline by 30% in 2020. Profit from recurring operations amounted to (203) million euros. Sephora demonstrated good resilience during the health crisis, which, nonetheless, lead to the closure of most of its stores for several months. The commitment and agility of its teams have enabled an acceleration of online sales, which reached historic levels in all markets, and the development of services such as Click & Collect and Live Shopping. Sephora has also strengthened its offering with new skincare and hair products. A new partnership has been signed with the American retailer Kohl's, whose stores are expected to accommodate 200 beauty spaces dedicated to Sephora in 2021. DFS saw a significant decline in its activity in most destinations due to the total suspension of international travel. While Hong Kong continues to feel the impact of the pandemic strongly, Macau saw improved trends in the latter part of the year. New services are being developed for its local customers and online sales have strengthened. Cautious confidence for 2021 In a very turbulent context, the Christian Dior group is well-equipped to build upon the hoped-for recovery in 2021 and regain growth momentum for all its businesses. The Group will continue to pursue its strategy focused on developing its brands by building on strong innovation and investments as well as a constant quest for quality in their products and their distribution. Driven by the agility of its teams, their entrepreneurial spirit and its well diversified presence across its activities and the geographic areas in which it operates, the Group enters 2021 with cautious confidence and once again, sets an objective of reinforcing its global leadership position in luxury goods. Dividend 2020 At the Annual General Meeting of April 15, 2021, Christian Dior will propose a dividend of 6 euros per share. An interim dividend of 2 euros per share was paid on December 3 of last year. The balance of 4 euros will be paid on April 22, 2021. The Board of Directors met on January 26th to approve the financial statements for 2020. Audit procedures have been carried out and the audit report is being issued.This financial release is available on our website www.dior-finance.com. “This document may contain certain forward looking statements which are based on estimations and forecasts. By their nature, these forward looking statements are subject to important risks and uncertainties and factors beyond our control or ability to predict, in particular those described in Christian Dior’s Annual Report which is available on the website (www.dior-finance.com). These forward looking statements should not be considered as a guarantee of future performance, the actual results could differ materially from those expressed or implied by them. The forward looking statements only reflect Christian Dior’s views as of the date of this document, and Christian Dior does not undertake to revise or update these forward looking statements. The forward looking statements should be used with caution and circumspection and in no event can Christian Dior and its Management be held responsible for any investment or other decision based upon such statements. The information in this document does not constitute an offer to sell or an invitation to buy shares in Christian Dior or an invitation or inducement to engage in any other investment activities.” APPENDIX Condensed consolidated accounts for 2020 are included in the PDF version of the press release. Revenue by business group and by quarter 2020 Revenue (Euro millions) 2020Wines &SpiritsFashion &Leather GoodsPerfumes &CosmeticsWatches &JewelrySelectiveretailingOther activities& eliminationsTotalFirst Quarter 1 1754 6431 382 7922 626(22)10 596Second Quarter8103 3469225272 218(26)7 797Total First Half1 9857 9892 3041 3194 844(48)18 393Third Quarter1 3645 9451 3709472 332(3)11 955Nine months3 34913 9343 6742 2667 176(51)30 348Fourth Quarter1 4067 2731 5741 0902 979(19)14 303Total 20204 75521 2075 2483 35610 155(70)44 651 2020 Revenue (Organic change versus same period of 2019) 2020Wines &SpiritsFashion &Leather GoodsPerfumes &CosmeticsWatches &JewelrySelectiveretailingOther activities& eliminationsTotalFirst Quarter -14%-10%-19%-26%-26%--17%Second Quarter-33%-37%-40%-52%-38%--38%Total First Half-23%-24%-29%-39%-33%--28%Third Quarter-3%+12%-16%-14%-29%--7%Nine months-15%-11%-25%-30%-31%--21%Fourth Quarter-11%+18%-15%-2%-26%--3%Total 2020-14%-3%-22%-23%-30%--16% 2019 Revenue (Euro millions) 2019Wines &SpiritsFashion &Leather GoodsPerfumes &CosmeticsWatches &JewelrySelectiveretailingOther activities& eliminationsTotalFirst Quarter 1 3495 1111 6871 0463 510(165)12 538Second Quarter1 1375 3141 5491 0893 588(133)12 544Total First Half2 48610 4253 2362 1357 098(298)25 082Third Quarter1 4335 4481 6761 1263 457176*13 316Nine months3 91915 8734 9123 26110 555(122)38 398Fourth Quarter1 6576 3641 9231 1444 236(52)15 272Total 20195 57622 2376 8354 40514 791(174)53 670 * Includes all Belmond revenue for the period April to September 2019. Alternative performance measures For the purposes of its financial communication, in addition to the accounting aggregates defined by IAS / IFRS, the Christian Dior group uses alternative performance measures established in accordance with the AMF’s position DOC-2015-12. The table below lists these measures and the reference to their definition and their reconciliation with the aggregates defined by IAS / IFRS in published documents. MeasuresReference to published documentsOperating free cash-flowAR (consolidated financial statements, consolidated cash-flow statement)Net financial debtAR (Notes 1.22 and 19 of the appendix to the consolidated financial statements)GearingAR (Part 7, Comments on Consolidated Balance Sheet)Organic growthAR (Part 1, Comments on the Consolidated Income Statement) AR : 2020 Annual Report Attachment Christian Dior - Résultats annuels 2020 VA