CA.PA - Carrefour SA

Paris - Paris Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
16.83
+0.07 (+0.42%)
As of 12:55PM CEST. Market open.
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Previous Close16.76
Open16.72
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range16.72 - 16.91
52 Week Range12.95 - 18.17
Volume435,938
Avg. Volume2,551,951
Market Cap13.128B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.79
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-0.73
Earnings DateFeb 26, 2019 - Mar 4, 2019
Forward Dividend & Yield0.46 (2.76%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-06-21
1y Target Est18.54
  • Financial Times9 days ago

    Blockchain for Brexit: a wonderfully terrible idea

    We've been here before. Blockchain, the antidote to all the world's greatest ills, is once again being trotted out as a solution to Brexit. The last time, you might remember, it was our dear Chancellor of the Exchequer, Spreadsheet Phil himself, who decided that the distributed and supposedly immutable version of the humble spreadsheet was “the most obvious technology” to tackle... oh just the incredibly complex and sensitive Irish border question. This time, it's the turn of an “internet pioneer” and CoinDesk advisory board member Pindar Wong, who penned an op-ed entitled “Is it time for a blockchain Brexit?” (cc Betteridge, Ian) that was published on CoinDesk, a crypto news site, on Monday.

  • Carrefour SA (EPA:CA): How Much Money Comes Back To Investors?
    Simply Wall St.9 days ago

    Carrefour SA (EPA:CA): How Much Money Comes Back To Investors?

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  • Carrefour eyes 1,229 job cuts in French hypermarkets: union
    Reuters21 days ago

    Carrefour eyes 1,229 job cuts in French hypermarkets: union

    Carrefour plans to cut 1,229 jobs as it downsizes its large hypermarket stores in France under a plan to boost sales and profits at Europe's largest retailer, the Force Ouvriere union told Reuters. The plan, which is being discussed with the FO, CFDT and CFE-CGC unions, entails departures via a conventional collective bargaining agreement, said FO union representative Michel Enguelz. Carrefour had earlier confirmed to Reuters that it was in talks over a conventional collective bargaining agreement, but the company did not specify any figures over possible job losses.

  • Got milk? Carrefour is back on the blockchain
    Coin Rivetlast month

    Got milk? Carrefour is back on the blockchain

    Carrefour is continuing its adventures in blockchain by applying the technology for tracking milk. As of this month, the French retail giant is selling blockchain-powered Carrefour Quality Line micro-filtered full fat milk which, it claims, guarantees consumers complete product traceability across the entire supply chain. This builds on a number of other initiatives. Last month, we reported that Carrefour Belgium was using blockchain to track meat, while Carrefour Italy was tapping the technology for citrus fruit. Further info here. It has also joined IBM’s food tracking network, Food Trust. The post Got milk? Carrefour is back on the blockchain appeared first on Coin Rivet.

  • Thomson Reuters StreetEventslast month

    Edited Transcript of CA.PA earnings conference call or presentation 28-Feb-19 9:30am GMT

    Full Year 2018 Carrefour SA Earnings Call

  • The Wall Street Journal2 months ago

    [$$] European Equities Market Talk Roundup

    The FTSE 100-listed company declared growing profit and revenue, and hiked its final dividend, but this wasn’t enough to avoid a fall in its share price in the aftermath of the results. 1020 GMT - European luxury-goods stocks trade higher after luxury-outerwear maker Moncler’s comments that the buoyant trends experienced in 2018 have held up into 2019 reassure investors. After beating 2018 expectations despite demanding comparison bases, Moncler said it was very happy with current trading, especially in Greater China, easing investors’ concerns on the effects of trade tensions and macroeconomic uncertainty on customers’ propensity to spend.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    BRIEF-Carrefour eyes 2019 capex around or slightly above 2018

    Feb 28 (Reuters) - Carrefour Chief Executive Alexandre Bompard and CFO Matthieu Malige tell a news conference: * CEO SAYS THE PRIORITY IS FOOD E-COMMERCE EXPANSION, THIS IS WHERE CARREFOUR CAN DURABLY ...

  • French supermarket operator Carrefour raises cost savings goal
    Reuters2 months ago

    French supermarket operator Carrefour raises cost savings goal

    France's Carrefour raised its savings goal and said it would step up plans to downsize its hypermarket stores, as Europe's largest retailer delivered cost cuts of 1.05 billion euros (898 million pounds) in 2018 and a higher free cash flow. It posted a well-flagged 3.4 percent decline in 2018 operating profit, reflecting weakness in its domestic market that offset a better performance in Brazil, which is its second-biggest market behind France. Carrefour shares were up 1.7 percent at 0853 GMT, however, as analysts welcomed its general plans to cut costs.

  • The Wall Street Journal2 months ago

    [$$] Carrefour Lifts Cost-Cut Targets as Loss Widens

    SA (CA.FR) said on Thursday that its net loss in 2018 deepened slightly, and that it has raised its cost-cutting targets as part of a transformation plan. The French retailer said net loss for the year was 561 million euros ($638.4 million), compared with a loss the year previous of EUR531 million. Carrefour plans to raise its cost-cutting plan to EUR2.80 billion on an annual basis by 2020.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Retailer Carrefour eyes job cuts in likely Italian restructuring

    Carrefour, Europe's largest food retailer, could cut around 4 percent of its Italian workforce - or up to 590 staff - and downsize five of its 51 hypermarkets in the country to cope with falling sales, according to its 2019-2022 business plan. Italy, which makes 6 percent of group sales, is a key market in Europe for Carrefour, after France and Spain. Layoffs will be kept to a minimum and where possible will be done on a voluntary basis, said Carrefour.

  • Correction: Grab And Go Shopping story
    Associated Press2 months ago

    Correction: Grab And Go Shopping story

    In a story Feb. 8 about retailers adopting technology to allow shoppers to buy goods without waiting in line, The Associated Press misspelled the name of a provider of checkout-free shopping technology. A year after Amazon opened its first cashier-less store, startups and retailers are racing to get similar technology in stores throughout the world, letting shoppers buy groceries without waiting in line.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    French online retail sales could rise again in 2019 despite 'Yellow Vests' -Fevad

    Online retail sales in France could top 100 billion euros ($114 billion) this year despite fears of slower consumer spending due to anti-government "Yellow Vests" protests rocking the country, the country's E-Commerce Federation (Fevad) said on Tuesday. In 2018 alone, the French spent 92.6 billion euros online, a year-on-year rise of 13.4 percent although the "Yellow Vests" protests in November and December took their toll, knocking around 600 million euros off revenue.

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Supermarket retailer Carrefour joins organic agriculture crowdfunding project

    French retailer Carrefour is joining up with other with food companies including Danone to launch "MiiMOSA Transition", a crowdfunding project to help farmers switch to organic farming, in response to rising consumer demand for socially responsible practices. Food groups Herta as well as French food co-operatives d'Aucy and Les Paysans de Rougeline are also part of the project that will help producers upgrade their farming, livestock rearing and crop-growing practices. Carrefour, Europe's largest food retailer, has increased its focus on organic food, under a global five-year plan to boost sales and profits.

  • Big brands revisit the milkman model to cut plastic pollution
    Reuters3 months ago

    Big brands revisit the milkman model to cut plastic pollution

    By Lisa Baertlein (Reuters) - Major packaged goods sellers and retailers, under pressure to cut the flow of single-use plastic bottles and containers clogging the world's waterways, have teamed with recycling ...

  • What does Carrefour SA’s (EPA:CA) Balance Sheet Tell Us About Its Future?
    Simply Wall St.3 months ago

    What does Carrefour SA’s (EPA:CA) Balance Sheet Tell Us About Its Future?

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  • TheStreet.com3 months ago

    Walmart Shares Jump After Morgan Stanley Upgrade, Solid European Retail Results

    Morgan Stanley analyst Simeon Gutman lifted his rating on the stock to 'overweight' from neutral, with a price target of $110 per share, a moved the followed strong gains for European retailers after French giant Carrefour said revenues for the three months ending in December came in at €22.6 billion, defying concerns that weeks of protests in Paris and elsewhere had impacted sales for the region's biggest grocery store chain. Walmart shares rose 1.3% to $98.71 by the close of trading on Wednesday, a move that extends the stock's three-month gain to around 12.6% and value the Bentonville, Arkansas-based retail giant at just under $288 billion.

  • The Wall Street Journal3 months ago

    [$$] Carrefour Shares Rise on Sales Report

    SA (CA.FR) lead Europe’s STOXX 600 index after the supermarket group’s sales report on Tuesday surprised positively with better-than-expected France sales figures and a consensus-beating forecast for recurring operating income. The French retailer reported higher like-for-like sales for the fourth quarter and said it expects recurring operating income to have risen 4% on year in 2018 to around 1.93 billion euros ($2.19 billion), at constant exchange rates. Carrefour’s sales in the fourth quarter came to EUR22.64 billion, up 1.9% on a like-for-like basis.

  • The Wall Street Journal3 months ago

    [$$] European Equities Market Talk

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  • Reuters3 months ago

    Retailer Carrefour's shares climb after reassuring fourth-quarter sales

    Carrefour's (CARR.PA) shares rose on Wednesday, after the French supermarket retailer expressed confidence in its strategy plan even though sales growth slowed slightly in the fourth quarter due to anti-government protests in France. Carrefour shares were up 4.7 percent in early trading, at their highest level since late November. The rally in Carrefour also lifted the shares of its domestic rival Casino (CASP.PA) which rose around 1 percent.

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Carrefour confident over overhaul despite fourth quarter 'yellow vests' hit

    Carrefour (CARR.PA) said on Tuesday it was confident its overhaul plan was on track, although sales growth slowed slightly in the fourth quarter as 10 weeks of anti-government protests hit hypermarket sales in its core French market. The plan entails expansion into convenience stores and a greater focus on organic products and private-labels, having recently sealed a purchasing alliance with British rival Tesco (TSCO.L), which will bring its first benefits in 2019. Everything we have achieved in 2018 shows we are on the right track," Chief Executive Alexandre Bompard told analysts.

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Carrefour confident over overhaul despite fourth-quarter 'yellow vests' hit

    Carrefour (CARR.PA) said on Tuesday it was confident its overhaul plan was on track, although sales growth slowed slightly in the fourth quarter as 10 weeks of anti-government protests hit hypermarket sales in its core French market. The plan entails expansion into convenience stores and a greater focus on organic products and private-labels, having recently sealed a purchasing alliance with British rival Tesco (TSCO.L), which will bring its first benefits in 2019. Everything we have achieved in 2018 shows we are on the right track," Chief Executive Alexandre Bompard told analysts.