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Kering SA (PPRUF)

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758.39+2.07 (+0.27%)
At close: 3:41PM EDT
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Previous close756.32
Open756.94
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's range749.13 - 758.39
52-week range592.82 - 945.92
Volume82
Avg. volume296
Market cap93.049B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.96
PE ratio (TTM)36.57
EPS (TTM)20.74
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield9.63 (1.02%)
Ex-dividend date04 May 2021
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters

    European stocks hit 6-week highs as Nestle shines in mixed bag of earnings

    (Reuters) -European shares closed at six-week highs on Wednesday as strong results from Nestle boosted food company stocks, helping outweigh losses after a clutch of disappointing earnings including luxury group Kering and chipmaker ASML. Swiss food giant Nestle gained 2.7% on an upbeat sales outlook after strong coffee sales and price hikes pushed organic sales 6.5% higher in the third quarter.

  • Bloomberg

    Kering Shares Fall After Gucci Growth Slows on Pandemic Impact

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  • Reuters

    Asia curbs sales growth at Kering's fashion brand Gucci

    PARIS (Reuters) -French luxury group Kering's star fashion brand Gucci grew sales by just 3.8% in the third quarter, missing analyst expectations as the pace of recovery from COVID-19 slowed down sharply, particularly in Asia, following a bumper second quarter. Luxury goods groups have bounced back strongly from the fallout of the health emergency, lifted by pent-up demand for high-end wares as lockdowns ease across the world and consumers return to socialising. Overall sales at Kering rose by 12.2% on a comparable basis, which strips out the effect of acquisitions and currency fluctuations, a touch above an analyst consensus forecast for an 11% increase.