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Industria de Diseño Textil, S.A. (ITX.MC)

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28.59-0.04 (-0.14%)
At close: 5:35PM CEST
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Previous close28.63
Open28.50
Bid28.52 x N/A
Ask28.53 x N/A
Day's range28.27 - 28.72
52-week range20.86 - 32.85
Volume2,524,564
Avg. volume3,987,211
Market cap89.008B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.22
PE ratio (TTM)45.96
EPS (TTM)0.62
Earnings date15 Sept 2021
Forward dividend & yield0.57 (1.99%)
Ex-dividend date29 Oct 2021
1y target est31.01
  • France probes fashion retailers for concealing 'crimes against humanity' in Xinjiang
    Reuters

    France probes fashion retailers for concealing 'crimes against humanity' in Xinjiang

    PARIS (Reuters) -French prosecutors have opened an investigation into four fashion retailers suspected of concealing "crimes against humanity" in China's Xinjiang region, a judicial source said on Thursday. The procedure is linked to accusations against China over its treatment of minority Muslim Uyghurs in the region, including the use of forced labour, the source said. China denies all accusations of abuse in the region.

  • H&M's sales surge as restrictions ease, still below pre-pandemic levels
    Reuters

    H&M's sales surge as restrictions ease, still below pre-pandemic levels

    H&M's sales jumped from March to May compared to a year earlier as pandemic restrictions eased in many markets and online demand stayed strong but revenue was still well below 2019 levels. The world's second-biggest fashion retailer said on Tuesday sales were up 62% year on year in the period - its fiscal second quarter - or 75% measured in local currencies, to 46.5 billion crowns ($5.59 billion). "As more people are vaccinated a number of markets have gradually allowed stores to reopen and the H&M group's strong recovery continues," the company said in a statement.

  • Gap moves to close 19 stores, putting hundreds of jobs at risk
    The Telegraph

    Gap moves to close 19 stores, putting hundreds of jobs at risk

    Hundreds of jobs are at risk after Gap moved to close 19 stores in Britain as the fashion retailer retreats from Europe. The US chain, which once had the same UK market share as Primark, has decided not to extend some store leases when they expire at the end of July. The decision comes as Gap revealed last year it was considering shifting its operations to a franchise-only model in Europe. Gap’s remaining 50 standalone stores in the UK are still under review, Drapers first reported. The location