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Carrefour SA (CRRFY)

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4.4500+0.0375 (+0.85%)
At close: 03:59PM EDT
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Previous close4.4125
Open4.4000
Bid0.0000 x 0
Ask0.0000 x 0
Day's range4.4000 - 4.4800
52-week range3.3200 - 4.5100
Volume88,860
Avg. volume221,193
Market cap17.194B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.48
PE ratio (TTM)16.41
EPS (TTM)0.2712
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.12 (2.68%)
Ex-dividend date26 May 2021
1y target est5.04
  • Bloomberg

    Grocery App Flink Agrees Deal to Buy Carrefour-Backed Cajoo

    (Bloomberg) -- German rapid delivery startup Flink SE has agreed on a deal to buy French competitor Cajoo, a move that would give it access to French grocery chain Carrefour SA and strengthen its position in the competitive market.Most Read from BloombergUS Set to Block Russian Debt Payments, Raising Default OddsWalmart Flashes a Warning Sign to the Entire Consumer EconomyOnetime Richest Singapore Tycoon Has Lost 80% of His FortuneElon Musk Has a Bigger Problem Than Twitter Bots: A Huge Debt Bur

  • Reuters

    Carrefour shares fall as retailer's French Q1 sales disappoint

    PARIS (Reuters) -Shares in Carrefour fell nearly 4% on Thursday after Europe's largest food retailer reported first-quarter sales that showed a lacklustre performance in its core French market, overshadowing more robust growth in Brazil. Chairman and CEO Alexandre Bompard, who was reappointed in May 2021 for another three years, is working on a new strategic plan and an asset review.

  • Reuters

    Carrefour confident on turnaround after Brazil sales boost

    PARIS (Reuters) -France's Carrefour said on Wednesday it looked to 2022 with confidence after its sales growth accelerated in the first quarter, driven mostly by Brazil, its second-largest market. In an inflationary environment made worse by the Ukraine crisis, Carrefour would protect the purchasing power of customers and at the same time reinforce its economic model, its finance chief Matthieu Malige told analysts. To do so, the French retailer said it would rely on its Carrefour branded products, promotional activities and loyalty programmes while also stepping up cost savings.