|Bid||22.100 x 0|
|Ask||22.150 x 0|
|Day's Range||21.800 - 22.250|
|52 Week Range||20.750 - 39.450|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.76|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||30.87|
|Earnings Date||Jul 30, 2019 - Aug 5, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.53 (2.39%)|
|1y Target Est||36.96|
Prada S.p.A.'s (HKG:1913) latest earnings announcement in December 2018 confirmed that the company endured a immense...
On Wednesday in Shanghai — a city that, with 26.32m inhabitants, is the most populous in the world and the centre of the world’s second-largest economy — Miuccia Prada was holed up in a hotel finalising preparations for the Spring/Summer 2020 Prada menswear show: the first to be debuted outside of the label’s home city of Milan. was preparing a menswear show for the Parisian house of Saint Laurent, where he is creative director. It was the second time Vaccarello has elected to present a men’s-only show, and both have been in North America.
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Italy's Prada will stop using animal fur in its products from the 2020 women's spring-summer collections to be presented in September, the luxury group said on Wednesday. The decision is part of a wider trend among fashion brands to champion ethical and sustainable policies in a bid to win over environmentally-savvy younger customers. In September, London Fashion Week declared itself fur-free for the first time, just a few days after a similar announcement from Britain's Burberry.
Italian luxury goods group Prada said it would shrink its wholesale network in Italy and Europe in a push to have uniform prices for its products across different outlets and reduce markdowns. Prada joined a number of rivals that have been striving to control pricing policies better as they face an increasingly fragmented market, in which prices have been put under pressure by booming online sales. For Prada, the decision "is essential to ensure greater consistency in pricing policies" and aims to support sustainable long-term growth, the company said in a statement on Tuesday.
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MILAN/Paris (Reuters) - French luxury goods group Kering said on Thursday it had agreed to pay a record 1.25 billion euros (£1.08 billion) to settle a dispute with Italian tax authorities centered on its fashion brand Gucci. The settlement, first reported by Reuters last month, is the highest ever agreed by a company with Italian tax authorities. Kering, which has denied avoiding tax, has a cash pile estimated by analysts at more than 10 billion euros, meaning it was equipped to absorb the cost.
MILANO, April 30 (Reuters) - The following factors could affect Italian markets on Tuesday. Reuters has not verified the newspaper reports, and cannot vouch for their accuracy. New items are marked with ...
After Prada S.p.A.'s (HKG:1913) earnings announcement in December 2018, it seems that analyst forecasts are fairly optimistic, as a 43% increase in profits is expected in the up...
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MILAN (AP) — The Prada fashion group says its revenues grew by 6 percent last year as the company honed its social media strategy to draw in customers.
Italian luxury group Prada said on Friday it would stop offering end-of-season promotions at its stores, in a bid to boost margins and protect its brand after achieving revenue growth in 2018 for the first time in four years. The Milan-based group, run by husband and wife team Miuccia Prada and Patrizio Bertelli, aims to cement a sales revival that began at the end of 2017 after a change in the company's strategy. "We decided to stop doing markdowns from 2019 onwards," Bertelli, who is Prada's chief executive, told analysts in a conference call.
March 15 (Reuters) - Prada SpA Chief Financial Officer Alessandra Cozzani tells post-results analyst call: * PRADA CFO SAYS MID-SINGLE DIGIT LIKE-FOR-LIKE GROWTH NEEDED TO MAINTAIN LEVEL OF MARGINS Further ...
March 15 (Reuters) - Prada SpA Chief Financial Officer Alessandra Cozzani tells post-results analyst call: * PRADA CFO SAYS LIKE-FOR-LIKE "REGULAR SALES" ARE POSITIVE FROM BEGINNING OF 2019 * ...
March 15 (Reuters) - Prada SpA Chief Executive Patrizio Bertelli: * PRADA'S CEO SAYS DECIDED TO STOP MARKDOWNS STARTING FROM 2019 Further company coverage: (Reporting by Milan newsroom)
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