AHODF - Koninklijke Ahold Delhaize N.V.

Other OTC - Other OTC Delayed Price. Currency in USD
25.35
+0.73 (+2.98%)
At close: 2:11PM EST
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Previous Close24.62
Open25.35
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range25.35 - 25.35
52 Week Range22.20 - 26.85
Volume145
Avg. Volume1,608
Market Cap28.044B
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.08
PE Ratio (TTM)13.09
EPS (TTM)1.94
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield1.11 (4.52%)
Ex-Dividend DateAug 08, 2019
1y Target EstN/A
  • U.S. stores, online sales boost Ahold's quarterly profit
    Reuters

    U.S. stores, online sales boost Ahold's quarterly profit

    Ahold, which generates two-thirds of its sales in the United States, forecast 2020 margins "broadly in line" with last year and mid-single-digit growth in underlying earnings per share. Sales rose 5.5% to 17.4 billion euros, helped by a strong dollar. In the U.S. market, where it is concentrated in the eastern United States and also operates the Stop & Shop and Giant chains, comparable sales grew 2.3%.

  • Does Koninklijke Ahold Delhaize N.V. (AMS:AD) Create Value For Shareholders?
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  • Business Wire

    Dishin’ and Swishin’: Local Colleges Sink Shots to Help Fight Hunger

    Food Lion Feeds is dishing out assists to seven North Carolina and Virginia colleges and universities this men’s basketball season by donating 200 meals* for each foul shot swished by participating schools. Through the inaugural "Score to Give More" campaign, Food Lion Feeds will donate the meals to the local Feeding America® member food bank, up to 30,000 meals per school.

  • Benzinga

    A Dutch Brewing Company And Grocery Conglomerate Were 2 Of The Most Actively Traded Securities On OTC Markets In December

    Two Dutch companies were among the most actively traded securities on OTC Markets in December, the first time all year that companies from northern Europe had such high trading volume in a given month. ...

  • Business Wire

    Food Lion Feeds and Customers Donate Nearly 4 Million Meals to Neighbors Through Holiday Giving Campaign

    In partnership with customers, Food Lion announced today that more than four million meals were donated to neighbors in need through its annual "Season of Caring" holiday giving efforts. From Nov. 13 – Dec. 24, 2019, Food Lion Feeds provided food donations, volunteers and financial contributions to neighbors in need and local organizations fighting hunger in the towns and cities Food Lion serves. As part of this campaign, customers purchased more than 540,000 specially-marked prepacked food boxes and contributed more than $107,000 through in-store donation efforts, which was all donated to local Feeding America® member food banks.

  • Is Koninklijke Ahold Delhaize N.V.’s (AMS:AD) Return On Capital Employed Any Good?
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  • Are Investors Undervaluing Koninklijke Ahold Delhaize N.V. (AMS:AD) By 46%?
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  • Have Insiders Been Selling Koninklijke Ahold Delhaize N.V. (AMS:AD) Shares?
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  • Is Koninklijke Ahold Delhaize N.V. (AMS:AD) A Smart Choice For Dividend Investors?
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  • Here's How P/E Ratios Can Help Us Understand Koninklijke Ahold Delhaize N.V. (AMS:AD)
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  • Ahold's CFO to leave company in 2020
    Reuters

    Ahold's CFO to leave company in 2020

    Ahold Delhaize , the Dutch-American supermarket operator, said on Monday its chief financial officer will leave the company when his term expires in April 2020. Jeff Carr has served as CFO at Ahold, the largest supermarket operator on the U.S. East Coast, since 2011.

  • Ahold first-quarter earnings rise on upbeat sales; maintains FY outlook
    Reuters

    Ahold first-quarter earnings rise on upbeat sales; maintains FY outlook

    Ahold Delhaize, which operates supermarkets in the United States and Europe, said on Wednesday its first-quarter net income rose 2.4 percent, lifted by solid growth in online sales and the Netherlands. In April, Ahold had said a strike at Stop & Shop would result in a one-time reduction in underlying operating profit of around $100 million (76.75 million pounds) due to lost sales and inventory. Ahold shares traded in Amsterdam were down 1.2 percent in afternoon trading.

  • Reuters

    Ahold Q1 earnings rise on upbeat sales; maintains FY outlook

    Ahold Delhaize, which operates supermarkets in the United States and Europe, said on Wednesday its first-quarter net income rose 2.4 percent, lifted by solid growth in online sales and the Netherlands. In April, Ahold had said a strike at Stop & Shop would result in a one-time reduction in underlying operating profit of around $100 million due to lost sales and inventory. Ahold shares traded in Amsterdam were down 1.2 percent in afternoon trading.

  • Associated Press

    Stop & Shop strike cost company about $100 million

    BOSTON (AP) — The owners of New England's largest supermarket chain are projecting around $100 million in losses from the labor strike that ended Easter Sunday.

  • Ahold says Stop & Shop strike will hurt 2019 margins
    Reuters

    Ahold says Stop & Shop strike will hurt 2019 margins

    Dutch supermarket group Ahold, warned on Tuesday that a strike at its Stop & Shop chain in the United States would hurt its underlying 2019 profit margin. Ahold said an 11-day strike that ended on Monday would lead to a one-time reduction in underlying operating profit of around $100 million due to lost sales and inventory. "As a consequence, Ahold Delhaize now anticipates underlying operating margin for the group for 2019 to be slightly lower than 2018," it said.

  • Reuters

    Ahold CEO: US strike cost $200 million in lost sales

    An 11-day strike at Ahold's U.S. Stop & Stop supermarket chain cost the company "just over" $200 million in lost sales, the company's CEO said on Tuesday. On a call with analysts, Frans Muller also said that the strike, which Ahold earlier on Tuesday warned would hurt the company's 2019 margins, would not impact its cost savings targets for the year.

  • Stop & Shop supermarket workers in 3 states go on strike
    Associated Press

    Stop & Shop supermarket workers in 3 states go on strike

    Tens of thousands of employees at Stop & Shop supermarkets in Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut went on strike Thursday over stalled contract negotiations. Quincy, Massachusetts-based Stop & Shop, a division of Dutch supermarket giant Ahold Delhaize, has 415 stores across the Northeast but the strike affects 240 stores in the three states. Stop & Shop said in a statement posted on its website that it was disappointed with the strike given that negotiations are ongoing with the assistance of federal mediators.

  • Ahold says on course to meet U.S. online sales growth targets
    Reuters

    Ahold says on course to meet U.S. online sales growth targets

    Ahold Delhaize, which operates supermarkets in Europe and the United States, is on track to meet a 20 percent U.S. online sales growth target this year as it opens automated grocery distribution points along the East Coast, its chief executive said on Wednesday. Frans Muller, promoted to the top job last July, said in an interview that Ahold, which makes roughly two-thirds of its sales in the United States, plans to open several more of the automated hubs in 2019. The comments came after Ahold said on Wednesday that group net consumer online sales rose 25 percent to 1.1 billion euros in the fourth quarter at constant exchange rates.