|Bid||128.40 x 0|
|Ask||128.42 x 0|
|Day's range||126.92 - 129.36|
|52-week range||126.92 - 245.80|
|PE ratio (TTM)||13.12|
|Forward dividend & yield||4.85 (3.69%)|
|1y target est||131.54|
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Hennes & Mauritz AB shares plunged 33 percent in 2017, marking their worst year since the beginning of this century. But short trading data shows hedge funds are expecting the Swedish fashion retailer ...
After the global financial crisis and through 2016, Hennes & Mauritz AB dominated Sweden’s main share index. But after a selloff that started last year, the fashion retailer has slipped from No. 1 to No. ...
Investors in Hennes & Mauritz AB left its first ever capital markets day wondering whether the retailer is aware its clothes seem to be going out of fashion.
H&M said that this year will be challenging as it continues to build its online presence. Nevertheless, as sales from both the internet and new stores grow, it expects improved results in 2018.
Hennes & Mauritz AB rented a historic Stockholm concert hall for Chief Executive Officer Karl-Johan Persson to explain the struggling apparel chain’s turnaround plans to shareholders. The message fell ...
Hennes & Mauritz AB was getting ready to reassure investors with a turnaround plan at its first ever capital markets day on Wednesday.
Rather than trying to add more products, new stores and marketplaces into the mix, it should fix the mess it is in at its flagship H&M brand.
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Hennes & Mauritz, a laggard in retail’s shift online, set out its strategy to bridge the gap with rivals after reporting a sharp fall in quarterly profit.
STOCKHOLM (AP) — Shares in low-cost fashion brand Hennes & Mauritz AB plunged on Wednesday after the Swedish company said it was having trouble adapting to a rapid and global shift to online shopping among consumers.
H&M laid out plans to help it catch up with rivals after seeing net profit slump 32% in the fourth quarter following a bout of heavy price cutting and lower footfall to its stores.
Investors gave a thumbs-down to a Hennes & Mauritz AB turnaround plan that includes the biggest store-closure program in at least a decade and the creation of a new brand to sell marked-down clothing.
As other investors head for the exit, a manager overseeing $140 billion in assets is betting on a turnaround in Hennes & Mauritz AB.
Dow Jones Global Indexes | Global Stock Markets Hennes & Mauritz shareholders just endured another tough stretch, with H&M’s stock unraveling by some 20% since mid-December. In the weeks ahead, the Swedish retailer might win back some investors as it gives its annual results on Jan. 31 and holds its first-ever capital markets day, a meeting for institutional investors, on Feb. 14. “The company may continue to aspire to 10% to 15% annual sales growth, but with actual performance so weak and future store openings now set to be scaled back significantly, we think the days of consensus assuming that a ‘return to growth’ is just around the corner are coming to an end,” wrote Morgan Stanley analysts in a recent note.
Hennes & Mauritz AB is working overtime to try to fix the damage done to its reputation by an advertisement in which a black child sported a hoodie with the text “coolest monkey in the jungle.”