|Bid||24.81 x N/A|
|Ask||24.83 x N/A|
|Day's Range||24.58 - 25.22|
|52 Week Range||21.85 - 30.30|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.86|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||22.41|
|Earnings Date||Jun 12, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.66 (2.45%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Zara owner Inditex said it would split its dual role of chief executive and chairman, leaving Pablo Isla to lead the company and appointing Carlos Crespo as new CEO in a sign of the importance of digital strategy in driving sales growth. The appointment reflected the key role of technology at Inditex, a company source said, given the retailer's push to integrate online sales with its store network by focusing on large stores where customers might try on items to buy later online. Although Inditex is seen by investors as one of the best-performing apparel retailers, its earnings growth has come under pressure as it faces increasing competition and as online retailing makes shoppers more savvy trawling for bargains.
Inditex, the world’s largest clothing retailer, will name chief operating officer Carlos Crespo as chief executive, taking some of the responsibilities now held by executive chairman Pablo Isla, the company said Thursday. The announcement of Mr Crespo’s promotion underlines the emphasis Inditex is putting on its digital efforts amid changing consumer habits and the threat of online-only retailers. In the announcement, Mr Isla remarked on the importance of Mr Crespo’s new role “at a time marked by Inditex’s strategic digital transformation and far-reaching commitment to sustainability”.
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BERLIN/STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - When H&M boosted its shares last month by reporting a rise in the sale of full-price garments, it wasn't just a tribute to the fashion sense of its designers. It was a sign that backroom improvements are at last paying off. The world’s second-largest fashion group is investing heavily in areas like artificial intelligence and customer loyalty as it looks to improve the way it spots trends and plans logistics, and ultimately reduce discounted sales and piles of unsold stock.
Shares in Zalando jumped on Tuesday after Europe's biggest online-only fashion retailer said it expected to post an operating profit for the first quarter, when it usually makes a loss due to selling off remaining stock after Christmas at a discount. The shares were up 11.7 percent by 0924 GMT, buoying other fashion firms like ASOS, Zara-owner Inditex, Adidas and H&M. The industry has been plagued in recent years by fierce competition and heavy discounting, while investment in logistics and technology to speed online delivery has also weighed on profitability, especially as Amazon expands in fashion.
H&M will trial sales of second-hand and vintage clothes as it seeks to tap into consumers' growing concerns about the environmental cost of fast fashion, its head of sustainability said on Friday. Anna Gedda told Reuters H&M would launch a pilot in Sweden for online sales of second-hand garments on the site of its & Other Stories brand, with the aim of extending the scheme to other markets and brands in years to come. "It comes back to the whole circular vision ... it just makes great sense to look into this business," she said on the sidelines of an event in Berlin on the future of fashion.
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Pontegadea Inmobiliaria, the real estate arm of the founder of fashion group Inditex, Amancio Ortega, this week completed the purchase of two Seattle office blocks leased to Amazon, a Pontegadea spokesman said on Thursday. Pontegadea bought the buildings from U.S. investment fund USAA Real Estate, the spokesman said, adding it was the Spanish fund's biggest ever deal in the United States. Pontegadea declined to comment on the transaction value.
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European shares jumped on Wednesday as investors bet British lawmakers would vote to reject a disorderly no-deal Brexit, but underwhelming results from Inditex and Adidas kept gains limited. Lawmakers resoundingly voted against Prime Minister Theresa May's amended Brexit deal late on Tuesday, forcing parliament to decide whether to back a no-deal Brexit or seek a last-minute delay to the process. "I think the market can see that today parliament is going to vote against no deal," said Duncan Weldon, cross asset allocation strategist at Legal & General Investment.
Zara will launch a service to embroider names onto denim clothing in Europe this month, latching onto a customisation trend which has seen shoppers able to create their own Levi's jeans or design their Nike sneakers instore. Sneakers and jeans makers like Adidas, Nike and Levi's have been offering customisation for several years, where customers can add their own modifications to clothes and shoes. Pop-up customisation corners in three Zara stores in Amsterdam, Barcelona and Milan will embroider words on 13 different denim designs from a 19.95 euro (17.2 pounds) pair of shorts to a 39.95 euro jacket from March 27, the company said on Wednesday.
Inditex, the world's biggest clothing retailer, missed full-year earnings expectations on Wednesday, held back by flat margins and a stronger euro, which curbed sales growth at Zara and its other brands. Shares in Inditex tumbled more than 5 percent after the results and were down 3.7 percent at 25.31 euros by 1131 GMT. "Whilst most retailers would be very pleased to report 7 percent sales growth (at constant currency rates last year), this is less than half the rate of growth reported by Inditex just a couple of years ago and we believe it is evidence that the group's growth profile is slowing sharply," Morgan Stanley said in a note.
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Sweden's H&M disappointed investors with a 10 percent tumble in quarterly profit, the world's second largest fashion retailer blaming investment aimed at boosting its online business for the decline. Profit fell for the third straight year in 2018 because of competition from the likes of Zara, Primark and ASOS and as the shift to online shopping hit trading at its core budget stores. "It has been a challenging year for H&M group and the industry but after a difficult first half, there are signs the company’s transformation efforts are beginning to take effect," CEO Karl-Johan Persson said in a statement.
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Zara owner Inditex , the world's biggest clothing retailer, reported annual earnings below analysts' expectations, sending its shares lower. David Pollard reports.