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Capri Holdings Limited (CPRI)

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38.53+0.70 (+1.85%)
At close: 04:00PM EDT
38.71 +0.18 (+0.47%)
After hours: 08:00PM EDT
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Previous close37.83
Open37.59
Bid0.00 x 800
Ask0.00 x 1000
Day's range37.38 - 38.65
52-week range34.17 - 54.52
Volume2,274,775
Avg. volume1,301,037
Market cap4.491B
Beta (5Y monthly)2.05
PE ratio (TTM)20.07
EPS (TTM)1.92
Earnings date28 May 2024 - 01 Jun 2024
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target est55.00
  • Bloomberg

    FTC Preparing Objections to Tapestry’s Capri Deal, NYT Says

    (Bloomberg) -- US regulators are moving to block fashion company Tapestry Inc.’s $8.5 billion planned takeover of Capri Holdings Ltd., the New York Times reported, citing people with knowledge of the matter.Most Read from BloombergDubai Grinds to Standstill as Cloud Seeding Worsens FloodingTesla Asks Investors to Approve Musk’s $56 Billion Pay AgainChina Tells Iran Cooperation Will Last After Attack on IsraelWhat If Fed Rate Hikes Are Actually Sparking US Economic Boom?Red Lobster Considers Bank

  • Reuters

    US FTC preparing to sue to block $8.5 billion takeover of Capri by Tapestry, NYT Dealbook reports

    (Reuters) -The U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is preparing to sue to block Coach parent Tapestry's $8.5 billion deal to buy Michael Kors owner Capri, NYT Dealbook reported on Wednesday, citing people familiar with the matter. The deal, which would bring together top luxury labels such as Tapestry's Kate Spade, Stuart Weitzman and Capri's Jimmy Choo and Versace, received regulatory clearance from the European Union and Japan on Monday.

  • Reuters

    UPDATE 1-Tapestry merger with Versace owner Capri gets EU, Japan approval

    Coach parent Tapestry's $8.5 billion deal to buy Michael Kors owner Capri Holdings has received regulatory clearance from the European Union and Japan, the companies said on Monday. The merger, which would bring top luxury labels such as Tapestry's Kate Spade, Stuart Weitzman and Capri's Jimmy Choo and Versace under one roof, is still awaiting clearance from U.S. regulators. Tapestry CEO Joanne Crevoiserat told Reuters in an interview that the companies are cooperating with the FTC's requests and the deal is still on track to close in the 2024 calendar year.