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Carlsberg A/S (CARL-B.CO)

Copenhagen - Copenhagen Real Time Price. Currency in DKK
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Previous Close1,045.50
Open1,045.50
Bid1,046.50 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range1,042.00 - 1,051.00
52 Week Range799.40 - 1,052.00
Volume215,328
Avg. Volume258,151
Market Cap160.154B
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.75
PE Ratio (TTM)25.46
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield22.00 (2.10%)
Ex-Dividend DateMar 16, 2021
1y Target EstN/A
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    • Trading statement as at 30 September 2020 and earnings upgrade
      GlobeNewswire

      Trading statement as at 30 September 2020 and earnings upgrade

      Unless otherwise stated, comments in this announcement refer to Q3 performance.Highlights * Total organic volume growth of 2.4% (9M: -4.0%). * Total organic volume development in Western Europe -0.8%, Asia -0.4% and Eastern Europe +12.6%. * Tuborg volume +4%, Carlsberg -2%, Grimbergen +12%, 1664 Blanc +13% and Somersby +9%. * Craft & speciality volume +12%, alcohol-free brews +29%. * Organic revenue decline of 2.1% (9M: -8.2%). Reported decline of 6.8% to DKK 17.3bn (9M: -10.5% to DKK 46.1bn). * Organic revenue development in Western Europe -5.0%, Asia -1.5% and Eastern Europe +6.4%. * Price/mix -4% (9M: -4%).2020 Earnings expectations In the light of strong performance in Q3, continued positive volume development in Russia and China at the beginning of Q4, solid execution of cost reductions and despite current uncertainty in Western Europe, we are adjusting our 2020 earnings expectations upwards. Consequently, we now expect: * Organic operating profit decline of a mid-single-digit percentage (previously a decline of high-single-digit percentage). * Translation impact on operating profit of around DKK -450m, based on the spot rates at 27 October (previously DKK -400m). Assumptions regarding financial expenses, effective tax rate and capital expenditures have been updated; see page 5.CEO Cees ’t Hart says: “We’re satisfied with our Q3 performance and the fact that we were able to deliver more than 2% volume growth, including strong figures for craft & speciality and alcohol-free brews. Our earnings upgrade is the result of solid execution and our ability to adjust our business and costs to changing market conditions.“The pandemic remains a concern for us, impacting our people, our customers and our businesses in many of our markets. Our first priority is the health and safety of our employees and customers, while also ensuring the health of our business, both short term and long term. Consequently, we’re continuing to adapt our organisation, processes and structures to a new market reality, including changed consumer preferences and a temporarily reduced level of on-trade activity.” ContactsInvestor Relations:   Peter Kondrup +45 2219 1221       Iben Steiness +45 2088 1232 Media Relations:     Kasper Elbjørn +45 4179 1216     Christian Wulff Søndergaard +45 3144 7965 For more news, sign up at www.carlsberggroup.com/subscribe or follow @CarlsbergGroup on Twitter.Carlsberg will present the results at a conference call on 28 October at 9.00 a.m. CET (8.00 a.m. GMT). Dial-in information and a slide deck are available on www.carlsberggroup.com.  Attachments * 44_27102020_Q3 2020 Trading Statement and Earnings Upgrade * Quarterly_financial_data_Carlsberg_Group

    • GlobeNewswire

      Upgrade of 2020 earnings expectations

      The Carlsberg Group is adjusting its 2020 earnings expectations upwards due to better than expected August results, continued solid volume development in Eastern Europe and an improved outlook in western China after the recent relaxation of second-wave COVID-19 restrictions. Consequently, we now expect: * Organic operating profit decline of high-single-digit percentage (previously a decline of 10-15%).The assumptions of the earnings outlook remain unchanged versus the guidance provided on 13 August (please refer to page 7 in the H1 2020 report). It must be emphasised that the earnings expectations for the remainder of the year are more uncertain than usual as a consequence of the COVID-19 pandemic. ContactsInvestor Relations:     Peter Kondrup    +45 2219 1221         Iben Steiness     +45 2088 1232Media Relations:         Kasper Elbjørn   +45 4179 1216         Christian Wulff Søndergaard +45 3144 7965 For more news, sign up at www.carlsberggroup.com/subscribe or follow @CarlsbergGroup on Twitter.ContactsInvestor Relations:     Peter Kondrup    +45 2219 1221         Iben Steiness     +45 2088 1232Media Relations:         Kasper Elbjørn   +45 4179 1216         Christian Wulff Søndergaard +45 3144 7965 For more news, sign up at www.carlsberggroup.com/subscribe or follow @CarlsbergGroup on Twitter. Attachment * 43_17092020_Upgrade of earnings expectations

    • GlobeNewswire

      Financial Statement as at 30 June 2020 - Correction

      Carlsberg A/S announced its Financial Statement as at 30 June 2020 this morning. Unfortunately, there was a mistake in the 2019 non-beer volumes in Eastern Europe and Group numbers due to a reclassification of kvass from beer to non-beer. Please find updated numbers in the attached announcement.Attachments * 42_13082020_H1 2020 Financial Statement * Quarterly_financial_data_Carlsberg_Group