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Groupe Bruxelles Lambert SA (GBLB.BR)


Brussels - Brussels Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
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80.46-0.29 (-0.36%)
At close: 5:35PM CET
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Previous Close80.75
Open80.87
Bid73.23 x 4000
Ask74.67 x 7000
Day's Range80.27 - 81.10
52 Week Range67.53 - 81.17
Volume127,689
Avg. Volume126,476
Market Cap11.31B
BetaN/A
PE Ratio (TTM)12.33
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
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  • Reuters9 months ago

    Adidas investors seek influence on supervisory board

    Adidas shareholders elected Egyptian tycoon Nassef Sawiris and a representative of Belgium's richest man Albert Frere to the supervisory board on Thursday after both took significant stakes in the German sportswear group. Frere and Sawiris, along with U.S. investor Mason Hawkins, bought major stakes in Adidas last year after shares in the firm had tumbled following a series of profit warnings as it failed to keep pace with bigger U.S. rival Nike. Since then, Adidas has decided to sell its struggling golf business and has appointed former Henkel boss Kasper Rorsted to take over as chief executive in October, succeeding Herbert Hainer after his 15 years at the helm.

  • Reuterslast year

    Adidas nominates major investors to board

    Adidas is proposing that Egyptian tycoon Nassef Sawiris and a representative of Belgium's richest man Albert Frere join its supervisory board after both took significant stakes in the German sportswear group. Some investors have said the Adidas board, dominated by German consultants and union representatives, lacks the clout of its rival Nike, whose board of directors includes heavyweights such as Apple chief executive Tim Cook.

  • Reuters2 years ago

    Ricard scion inherits China, U.S. growth challenges

    Alexandre Ricard becomes head of Pernod Ricard on Wednesday, putting the founding family back in charge of the world's second-largest spirits maker when growth in its two key markets has slowed. To live up to those hopes, Ricard must pep up the performance in the United States and China and has only limited firepower for acquisitions. Alexandre Ricard's appointment as chairman and chief executive puts the family back in charge of day-to-day management for the first time since 2008.