|Bid||71.31 x 0|
|Ask||64.44 x 0|
|Day's Range||66.10 - 68.04|
|52 Week Range||63.64 - 166.76|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.52|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||21.88|
|Earnings Date||Aug 16, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||2.20 (3.26%)|
|1y Target Est||116.63|
Australian vitamin maker Blackmores Ltd hired Alastair Symington from embattled cosmetics-maker Coty Inc as its chief executive on Tuesday, as the China-focused firm seeks to revive sales growth after a consumer downturn. Symington, 46, was also appointed as managing director and joins the company following a profit plunge last quarter, the abrupt departure of his predecessor and as the share price hovers close to a four-year low. "We go and have our annual strategy meetings once or twice a year, we come up with all sorts of good ideas and things and then our execution is a bit average," Interim CEO Marcus Blackmore told Reuters by phone.
Australian vitamin maker Blackmores Ltd on Tuesday reported a 14.3 percent fall in net profit for the first nine months, as the company continues to grapple with softening demand from its largest Asian market, China. Net profit attributable for the nine-months to March 31 fell to A$44.2 million ($31.69 million), compared with A$51.6 million in the same period a year ago. The Sydney-based company, which reaches consumers in 17 markets, said revenue for the period rose 6 percent to A$460.1 million.
Australian vitamin maker Blackmores Ltd said it would review its China business and issued a surprise profit warning, citing soft consumer demand on the mainland, sending its shares down the most since listing three decades ago. The sharp sales reversal for Blackmores, which raked in double-digit growth last year on exploding China demand, makes it Australia's first casualty of a slowdown in the world's No.2 economy that is also scalding businesses worldwide. Just last month, tech behemoth Apple issued a rare revenue warning citing weaker demand for its iPhones in China.
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Australian vitamin maker Blackmores Ltd said on Tuesday annual net profit jumped nearly a fifth, sending its shares up the most in 10 months, as a strategy of sidestepping Chinese shopping agents and selling direct to the mainland paid off. The result suggests the company's decision to take control of its China exports and sell direct, bypassing Chinese shoppers who buy its pills in bulk locally for resale back home, is at last having the desired effect of maximising margins. The first year Sydney-listed Blackmores took on those so-called "daigou" shoppers by going direct, fiscal 2017, the company's annual profit plunged.
Australian vitamin maker Blackmores Ltd posted an 18.6 percent rise in full-year profit on Tuesday as surging demand in China boosted sales despite a flat domestic performance. Full-year net profit was A$70 million ($51.2 million) for the year to June 30, from A$59 million a year earlier and broadly in line with the A$71 million average forecast of four analysts polled by Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S. Blackmores announced a final dividend of 155 Australian cents per share, exceeding last year's 140 Australian cents per share final dividend.
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