CHDRY - Christian Dior SE

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124.81
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Previous Close124.81
Open126.60
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range124.81 - 124.81
52 Week Range90.66 - 139.23
Volume4
Avg. Volume179
Market Cap89.208B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.83
PE Ratio (TTM)30.41
EPS (TTM)4.10
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield1.23 (0.98%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-12-06
1y Target EstN/A
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  • Why I Like Christian Dior SE (EPA:CDI)
    Simply Wall St.

    Why I Like Christian Dior SE (EPA:CDI)

    Attractive stocks have exceptional fundamentals. In the case of Christian Dior SE (EPA:CDI), there's is a company with...

  • Vuitton, Moncler set high bar for luxury goods peers
    Reuters

    Vuitton, Moncler set high bar for luxury goods peers

    PARIS/MILAN (Reuters) - Jacket maker Moncler joined Louis Vuitton owner LVMH on Wednesday in reporting a pick up in sales growth in the second quarter, as the luxury firms capitalised on strong Chinese demand and investments in marketing and new designs. "With Chinese customers, there was a noticeable improvement between the first quarter and the second quarter," LVMH's Financial Director Jean-Jacques Guiony told analysts.

  • Taking A Look At Christian Dior SE's (EPA:CDI) ROE
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    Taking A Look At Christian Dior SE's (EPA:CDI) ROE

    While some investors are already well versed in financial metrics (hat tip), this article is for those who would like...

  • Burberry Monogram Is the Latest Must-Have in Fashion
    Bloomberg

    Burberry Monogram Is the Latest Must-Have in Fashion

    (Bloomberg Opinion) -- Burberry Group Plc just pulled a rabbit out of its vintage check hat. The British luxury brand – which is in the middle of a business turnaround – reported same-store sales growth of 4% in the three months to June 29, double what was expected by analysts. The performance is all the more notable given the disruption to its Hong Kong stores from the city’s recent protests.Under creative director Riccardo Tisci, the company is trying to move its handbags and clothes up-market to compete with the likes of Louis Vuitton and Christian Dior. Tisci’s new monogram, based on the initials of the founder Thomas Burberry, is proving a hit with Chinese millennials. Having the Burberry name emblazoned on bags and sweatshirts is winning the hearts of young Asian shoppers, as are the limited edition “drops” of products sold via Instagram and China’s WeChat.Tisci’s collection now makes up about half of the Burberry range and its sales rose by a “strong double-digit percentage.” The shares jumped more than 10% on Tuesday after the sales update was published, taking the increase since the end of May to 30%. Sterling’s weakness is helping too.Investors are clearly betting that Tisci’s creations can do the same thing for Burberry that Gucci’s recent success did for the French luxury group Kering SA. And with more of his collection due in the next nine months, there are some grounds for optimism. Burberry estimates that three-quarters of its product range will be from the new designer by March next year.But Burberry isn’t free of its recent travails quite yet. It still has a lot of old stock hanging around and a U.S. distribution network that needs refreshing. As a result, the company maintained its outlook for flat revenue and operating profit margin for this financial year.Keeping a lid on expectations at this stage is wise because there’s scope for setbacks. While Chinese shoppers have led the Burberry revival, sales to them now account for about 40% of the group total. That means any trade war-related consumer slowdown might hurt demand.Burberry also needs to better exploit the Tisci buzz. It still doesn’t seem to have gained the traction that Gucci did in the early stages of its recovery, when everyone from Beyonce to One Direction’s Harry Styles sported the label.There’s a lot riding on this turnaround. If it works, Burberry could take a leading role in fashion industry consolidation; it had 837 million pounds ($1 billion) of net cash to play with at the end of March. You could see an attempt to create a British luxury empire to rival those being built in the U.S. by Capri Holdings Ltd. and Tapestry Inc.If the recovery stalls, though, that cash balance will look mightily attractive to other industry predators. Burberry may still end up in someone else’s fashion collection.To contact the author of this story: Andrea Felsted at afelsted@bloomberg.netTo contact the editor responsible for this story: James Boxell at jboxell@bloomberg.netThis column does not necessarily reflect the opinion of the editorial board or Bloomberg LP and its owners.Andrea Felsted is a Bloomberg Opinion columnist covering the consumer and retail industries. She previously worked at the Financial Times.For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com/opinion©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

  • Bloomberg

    Fund Manager Who Backed Palantir Raises Funds for New Long-Term Capital Firm

    (Bloomberg) -- Burak Alici, a veteran Morgan Stanley mutual fund manager, is starting his own firm to invest in public and private companies through a permanent-capital vehicle, according to a person familiar with the matter.Qvidtvm Inc. is seeking to raise $100 million to $200 million, using a C-corp structure that caters to family offices in which investors lock up capital for years, said the person, who asked not to be identified because the firm hasn’t officially launched. The vehicle, which the firm plans to list as a publicly traded conglomerate, will focus on equity investments in consumer goods, industrials and digital companies.Alici, 43, left Morgan Stanley Investment Management earlier this year after working there since 2007, managing the Global Discovery Portfolio. The fund has outperformed about 97% of its peers in the past three years, helped in part by bets on Bernard Arnault’s Christian Dior SE as well as early investments in Dropbox Inc., Airbnb Inc., Blue Bottle Coffee Inc. and Palantir Technologies Inc., the controversial data-mining company co-founded by Peter Thiel.He is bringing Morgan Stanley alumna Nina Murphy with him as chief operating officer as well as Max Schwendner, formerly of JPMorgan Chase & Co., as director of private investments, the person said. The team has started investing as it raises funds, taking a stake in Italian coffee company Ditta Artigianale.Representatives for Qvidtvm and Morgan Stanley declined to comment.The firm, whose name comes from a Latin phrase translated as what next, is launching at a time when more investors are willing to make longer-duration capital commitments to seek better returns. They’re wagering that buying equity in companies in the private market and tying that money up as the investment matures will yield more than the shorter holding period of hedge funds, for example. Warren Buffett built his Berkshire Hathaway Inc. around such a buy-and-hold model of investing.The Turkish-born Alici holds degrees from Columbia University, Boston College and Bogazici University in Istanbul. He will be based in Texas, while the rest of the investment team is in New York.To contact the reporter on this story: Nikolaj Gammeltoft in New York at ngammeltoft@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Nikolaj Gammeltoft at ngammeltoft@bloomberg.net, ;Alan Mirabella at amirabella@bloomberg.net, Josh Friedman, Dan ReichlFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

  • What You Must Know About Christian Dior SE's (EPA:CDI) Financial Health
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    What You Must Know About Christian Dior SE's (EPA:CDI) Financial Health

    Investors looking for stocks with high market liquidity and little debt on the balance sheet should consider Christian...

  • Is Christian Dior SE (EPA:CDI) Excessively Paying Its CEO?
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    Is Christian Dior SE (EPA:CDI) Excessively Paying Its CEO?

    Sidney Toledano has been the CEO of Christian Dior SE (EPA:CDI) since 2016. First, this article will compare CEO...

  • CNBC

    LVMH launching 'Fenty,' a new fashion house developed by Rihanna

    LVMH has announced that it will be partnering with Robyn Rihanna Fenty to create a new luxury fashion house called "Fenty."

  • Reuters

    Dior gowns that made headlines star in London exhibition

    From Princess Margaret's 21st birthday gown to Oscar winner Jennifer Lawrence's red carpet dress, Christian Dior outfits that have made headlines go on show in a London exhibition dedicated to the French fashion house. With a supporting cast of accessories, sketches and perfume bottles, "Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams" takes a close look at the history of the luxury brand he founded in 1946 and which remains the epitome of haute couture. "Not only did (Dior) ... revolutionise fashion design ... but he was also important in how he did business," Oriole Cullen, Fashion and Textiles curator at the V&A, told Reuters.

  • Dior's 'love affair' with Britain en vogue in London
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    Dior's 'love affair' with Britain en vogue in London

    The legendary French fashion designer Christian Dior, who had a love affair with Britain, will have his elegant outfits displayed at an exhibition in London next month. Colette Luke has more.