KER.PA - Kering S.A.

Paris - Paris Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
388.85
+0.20 (+0.05%)
At close: 5:36PM CET
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Previous Close388.65
Open386.95
Bid151.00 x 2500
Ask0.00 x 4200
Day's Range385.25 - 389.25
52 Week Range208.55 - 408.35
Volume344,013
Avg. Volume218,796
Market Cap49.102B
Beta0.65
PE Ratio (TTM)41.72
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield5.01 (1.32%)
Ex-Dividend Date2017-05-03
1y Target EstN/A
  • Kering hires chief client and digital officer in online push
    Reuters13 days ago

    Kering hires chief client and digital officer in online push

    France's Kering (PRTP.PA) has hired former eBay manager Gregory Boutte for the newly created post of chief client and digital officer, as luxury goods companies strive to tap surging demand for online sales. Gucci-owner Kering said on Monday Boutte would be a member of the group's executive committee and have responsibility for driving the "development of e-commerce, CRM (client relationship management) and data management". Online sales have become the luxury goods industry's most important engine of growth, with some of Kering's brands already enjoying a big boost to sales from the internet.

  • Reuters18 days ago

    Head of France's Pinault family investments to go solo

    Patricia Barbizet, who managed the investments of one of France's richest families and helped the Pinaults turn Kering into one of the world's biggest luxury groups, is set to leave their holding company Artemis after nearly 30 years. Barbizet, who was CEO at Artemis and previously held senior positions at carmaker Renault and was a former head of art auctioneers Christie's, will pursue her own projects, Artemis said in a statement. Artemis, set up by billionaire businessman Francois Pinault, has a stake of just over 40 percent in Kering - a group that spans labels such as Gucci and Alexander McQueen, and also owns Christie's and wines such as Chateau Latour.

  • Forbeslast month

    Gucci's Cracked The Luxury Code With Millennials, Thanks To Its Dream Team Of Bizzarri And Michele

    How the dream team of CEO Marco Bizzarri and creative director Alessandro Michele are reinventing luxury brand Gucci for the next generation of customers, the millennials. They are doing it by Bizzarri giving Michele free rein on the creative side.

  • The Wall Street Journal2 months ago

    Millennials Have Fallen in Love With Gucci, for Now

    Classic brands often blame millennials for sales downturns, but the younger generation is giving Gucci a sensational boost. This could assure the luxury goods maker years of growth, or leave it grumbling like everyone else about that fickle group. Comparable sales at Gucci rose 49% compared with the previous year, up from 43% growth in the first half.

  • TheStreet.com2 months ago

    How Luxury Got Its Groove Back

    Both LVMH and Kering reported stellar Q3 sales and earnings. Does this mean luxury consumers are back with gusto?

  • Reuters2 months ago

    European shares in correction mode as mixed earnings flow in

    MILAN/LONDON, Oct 25 (Reuters) - European shares fell to a near four-week low on Wednesday, with a mixed batch of company results sparking profit-taking a day before the European Central Bank decides on monetary policy. GSK shares fell 5.5 percent, making the healthcare index the second-biggest sectoral loser and helping drag the pan-European STOXX 600 benchmark down 0.6 percent to 387.13, its lowest close since late September. The market fall came despite continued strength in economic data, among the key drivers for this year's stocks rally along with solid corporate earnings growth.

  • MarketWatch2 months ago

    European stocks end lower before ECB; Gucci parent helps lift luxury stocks

    European stocks end with losses Wednesday as investors sell holdings ahead of a much-anticipated European Central Bank decision on monetary policy.

  • Bloomberg2 months ago

    Gucci Loafers Are Everywhere. What's Next?

    Kering should prepare its defenses for when the double G's popularity fades.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Eyes on European earnings, as Kering shares jump on sales surge

    By Helen Reid LONDON (Reuters) - Earnings were the main driver for European stocks on Wednesday, with luxury conglomerate Kering shining after sales at Gucci surged, as benchmarks were muted as investors ...

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Kering shares touch record highs after luxury group posts higher third-quarter sales

    PARIS (Reuters) - Shares in luxury goods group Kering (PRTP.PA) surged to touch record highs on Wednesday after Kering beat sales forecasts in the third quarter. Kering shares were up 6 percent to 384.45 ...

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Puma relishes Rihanna brand impact, fears discounts

    Puma (PUMG.DE) expects gross margins to be squeezed by discounting in the fourth quarter, despite a new collection from singer Rihanna helping the German sportswear company raise its 2017 sales and operating earnings outlook. Puma said on Tuesday that third-quarter sales rose a currency-adjusted 23 percent in Europe, Middle East and Africa, 16 percent in the Americas and 10 percent in Asia/Pacific. Like its German rival Adidas (ADSGn.DE), which reports results on Nov. 9, Puma has been enjoying a revival in the U.S. market, as shoppers snap up its retro styles instead of basketball shoes, hurting Under Armour (UAA.N) and Nike (NKE.N).

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Puma relishes Rihanna brand impact, fears discounts

    Puma expects gross margins to be squeezed by discounting in the fourth quarter, despite a new collection from singer Rihanna helping the German sportswear company raise its 2017 sales and operating earnings outlook. Puma said on Tuesday that third-quarter sales rose a currency-adjusted 23 percent in Europe, Middle East and Africa, 16 percent in the Americas and 10 percent in Asia/Pacific. Like its German rival Adidas, which reports results on Nov. 9, Puma has been enjoying a revival in the U.S. market, as shoppers snap up its retro styles instead of basketball shoes, hurting Under Armour and Nike.

  • Paris Is Becoming One Big Monument to Two of Europe’s Richest Men
    Bloomberg2 months ago

    Paris Is Becoming One Big Monument to Two of Europe’s Richest Men

    Billionaires Bernard Arnault and Francois Pinault are making their mark on the cityscape.

  • Gucci boss says fashion label will be fur-free by 2018
    CNBC2 months ago

    Gucci boss says fashion label will be fur-free by 2018

    The move is described as a "game-changer" for the fashion industry.

  • Thomson Reuters StreetEvents4 months ago

    Edited Transcript of KER.PA earnings conference call or presentation 27-Jul-17 4:00pm GMT

    Half Year 2017 Kering SA Earnings Call

  • Kering drops suit against Alibaba, to co-operate on counterfeits
    Reuters4 months ago

    Kering drops suit against Alibaba, to co-operate on counterfeits

    French luxury goods group Kering (PRTP.PA) has dropped a lawsuit filed in New York against Alibaba (BABA.N) and Alipay and agreed instead to co-operate with the two companies to safeguard intellectual property rights and fight counterfeiting. Chinese e-commerce company Alibaba has faced allegations in the past that its online shopping sites fail to prevent the sale of copyright-infringing goods. Alibaba has said it is constantly improving its monitoring and enforcement of rules against counterfeits.

  • Alibaba Fights Online Fakes in Deal With Gucci Owner Kering
    Bloomberg4 months ago

    Alibaba Fights Online Fakes in Deal With Gucci Owner Kering

    French luxury group Kering said it will drop its lawsuit against Alibaba Group Holding Ltd., agreeing to work with the Chinese e-commerce emporium to fight the sale of fake products.

  • Trending up: Gucci captures millennials to help Kering unveil more eye-catching results
    CNBC5 months ago

    Trending up: Gucci captures millennials to help Kering unveil more eye-catching results

    Francois-Henri Pinault tells CNBC that the company's success is not as fickle as fashion itself.

  • TheStreet.com6 months ago

    Wall Street Looks Obsessed With This One Luxury Goods Retailer

    It pays to be in fashion, or so it seems.