HEN3.F - Henkel AG & Co. KGaA

Frankfurt - Frankfurt Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
92.76
+0.66 (+0.72%)
As of 10:31AM CET. Market open.
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Previous Close92.10
Open92.78
Bid92.84 x 36000
Ask92.84 x 36000
Day's Range92.74 - 92.78
52 Week Range80.80 - 97.40
Volume40
Avg. Volume560
Market Cap37.672B
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.52
PE Ratio (TTM)17.43
EPS (TTM)5.32
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield1.85 (2.00%)
Ex-Dividend DateApr 09, 2019
1y Target Est122.94
  • Unilever, Henkel eye bids for Coty's brands
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    Unilever, Henkel eye bids for Coty's brands

    Just a few days after saying it'll buy reality TV star Kylie Jenner's beauty brands, Coty is seeing buying interest in some of its own brands. Sources tell Reuters European consumer goods giants Unilever and Henkel and buyout funds are exploring bids for some of Coty's top beauty brands, and a deal could be worth up to $7 billion. Coty, the old-line cosmetics maker, has struggled to integrate about 40 beauty brands, including Covergirl and Max Factor that it bought from Procter & Gamble. Faced with weak sales, it's expected to start an auction process in December. Coty also owns professional hair and nail care brands like Wella and Clairol. Sources say Colgate-Palmolive is interested in that part of Coty's portfolio. Coty, Henkel and Colgate-Palmolive declined to comment. Unilever was not immediately available for comment. Shares of Coty fell 2% in early trading Friday.

  • Exclusive: Unilever, Henkel and buyout funds eye bids for Coty's $7 billion beauty brands – sources
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    Exclusive: Unilever, Henkel and buyout funds eye bids for Coty's $7 billion beauty brands – sources

    LONDON/FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Consumer goods giants Unilever and Henkel and buyout funds including Advent and Cinven are exploring bids for some of Coty's top beauty brands in a deal worth up to $7 billion, three sources told Reuters. Colgate-Palmolive Co is also looking to enter the bidding race for Coty's portfolio which focuses on professional hair and nail care products including Wella, Clairol, GHD and OPI, the sources said, speaking on condition of anonymity.

  • Exclusive - Unilever, Henkel and buyout funds eye bids for Coty's $7 billion beauty brands: sources
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    Exclusive - Unilever, Henkel and buyout funds eye bids for Coty's $7 billion beauty brands: sources

    LONDON/FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Consumer goods giants Unilever and Henkel and buyout funds including Advent and Cinven are exploring bids for some of Coty's top beauty brands in a deal worth up to $7 billion, three sources told Reuters. Colgate-Palmolive Co is also looking to enter the bidding race for Coty's portfolio which focuses on professional hair and nail care products including Wella, Clairol, GHD and OPI, the sources said, speaking on condition of anonymity.

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    PRESS DIGEST- Financial Times - Oct 25

    Britain Prime Minister Boris Johnson has conceded defeat on his promise to take the UK out of the EU by Oct. 31 and challenged MPs to give him a general election on Dec. 12, arguing that a "broken parliament" was responsible for the Brexit deadlock. The head of the UK's financial regulator Andrew Bailey has acknowledged that the watchdog deserved criticism in the wake of recent personal finance scandals, but defended his conduct by pointing out that money will always be lost where risk exists.

  • Henkel cuts outlook after weakest quarterly sales in decade
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    Henkel cuts outlook after weakest quarterly sales in decade

    Henkel lowered its full-year outlook on Tuesday after posting its first fall in sales in a decade as the popularity of its beauty products waned and weaker industrial production hit its adhesives business. The maker of Schwarzkopf shampoo, Persil detergent, Dial soap and Loctite glue said second-quarter sales fell by a like-for-like 0.4% to 5.121 billion euros ($5.73 billion), the weakest since the third quarter of 2009, while earnings per share dropped 9.5% to 1.43 euros - both below average analyst forecasts. Analysts have suggested Henkel should consider selling or spinning off its struggling beauty business but the founding family that owns the majority of shares is seen as unlikely to take such a radical step.

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    UPDATE 4-Henkel cuts outlook on weakest sales momentum in a decade

    Persil maker Henkel cut its full-year outlook on Tuesday after posting its first fall in sales in a decade as the popularity of its beauty products waned and weaker industrial production hit its adhesives business. The maker of Schwarzkopf shampoo, Dial soap and Loctite glue has underperformed rivals such as Procter & Gamble Co (P&G) and Unilever in recent years. Analysts have suggested Henkel should consider selling or spinning off its struggling beauty business but the founding family, which owns around 60 percent of the company's voting shares, is seen as unlikely to take such a radical step.

  • BASF, Siemens, Henkel, Roche target of cyber attacks
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    BASF, Siemens, Henkel, Roche target of cyber attacks

    German blue-chip companies BASF, Siemens, Henkel along with a host of others said on Wednesday they had been victims of cyber attacks, confirming a German media report which said the likely culprit was a state-backed Chinese group. Alongside the German firms named, companies including drug maker Roche, hotels group Marriott, airline Lion Air, conglomerate Sumitomo, and chemicals group Shin-Etsu were also targeted by the hackers, ARD reported. Industrial conglomerate Siemens, shampoo maker Henkel and Swiss pharma group Roche confirmed that they were affected by "Winnti", while BASF and Covestro also confirmed that they have been attacked.

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    Henkel beauty, adhesives units weigh on first quarter results

    German consumer goods company Henkel reported a disappointing first quarter of earnings and sales on Tuesday as falling industrial production hit its adhesives business and its beauty unit underperformed in western Europe and China. Henkel shares, which have underperformed the broader German market this year, were down 2.9 percent in early trade at 0655 GMT. The maker of Schwarzkopf shampoo and Persil detergent saw sales rise by an organic 0.7 percent to 4.97 billion euros (4.25 billion pounds), while earnings per share dropped 6 percent to 1.34 euros, both shy of average analyst forecasts.

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    Henkel goes vegan to revive beauty business

    German consumer goods company Henkel announced new hair care formulations and brands on Thursday, seeking to tap into consumer demand for more natural ingredients as it tries to revive sluggish growth in its beauty business. Henkel will relaunch its European shampoo brand Schauma with a "vegan" formula, roll out to more markets its Nature Box line of hair and body care products made from cold-pressed oils and launch a new "free-from" hair dye line called OnlyLove. It will also launch a premium vegan brand for professional hair salons called Authentic Beauty Concept and expand its Pro Nature range of cleaning products to include detergents.