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The Carlyle Group L.P. (CG)

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27.64-0.69 (-2.44%)
At close: 04:00PM EDT
27.51 -0.13 (-0.47%)
After hours: 07:26PM EDT
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Previous close28.33
Open28.22
Bid0.00 x 1100
Ask0.00 x 4000
Day's range27.54 - 28.43
52-week range25.79 - 60.62
Volume1,542,482
Avg. volume2,566,750
Market cap9.987B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.70
PE ratio (TTM)5.05
EPS (TTM)5.47
Earnings date26 Oct 2022 - 31 Oct 2022
Forward dividend & yield1.30 (4.59%)
Ex-dividend date08 Aug 2022
1y target est48.58
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    Carlyle-led consortium offers to buy less than 10% stake in Serie A's media company-letter

    A consortium of private equity funds led by Carlyle Group is ready to take a stake of less than 10% in a new media company holding Serie A's broadcasting rights, a copy of the consortium's letter seen by Reuters showed on Monday. The funds, which have dubbed their consortium 'Love for Football', would pay at closing a significant part of the price to Serie A clubs and the league itself, with the rest due over the following three years. The 'Love for Football' consortium said in the letter that based on a preliminary assessment their offer would value Serie A's media company more than that belonging to Spain's Liga or France's Ligue 1 by applying a higher multiple to core profit.