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L'Oréal S.A. (LRLCY)

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74.40+0.25 (+0.34%)
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Previous Close74.15
Open73.58
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range73.34 - 74.40
52 Week Range62.39 - 97.48
Volume63,602
Avg. Volume211,908
Market Cap208.188B
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.55
PE Ratio (TTM)45.09
EPS (TTM)1.65
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield1.01 (1.33%)
Ex-Dividend DateApr 25, 2022
1y Target Est102.00
  • GlobeNewswire

    L'Oréal: News release: "2022 Half-Year Financial Report"

    NEWS RELEASE 2022 HALF-YEAR FINANCIAL REPORT On 1st August 2022, L’Oréal posted its 2022 Half-Year Financial Report on the www.loreal-finance.com website in the Regulated information section. This report, available for consultation and downloading, includes: The 2022 half-year activity report;The summary consolidated financial statements at 30 June 2022;Statutory Auditors’ review report on the 2022 half-year financial information;The declaration by the person responsible for the Half-Year Financ

  • Reuters

    L’Oreal may continue to raise prices in a targeted manner, CEO says

    L'Oreal may continue to raise prices in the second half of the year to offset rising production costs, but would do so in a very targeted manner, the cosmetics group's Chief Executive Officer Nicolas Hieronimus told Reuters on Thursday. The maker of Maybelline mascara and Lancome perfumes beat expectations with 13.4% sales growth in the second quarter, tapping into a strong rebound in makeup sales as socialising resumes.

  • Reuters

    L'Oreal bucks trend with Chinese sales growth in Q2

    PARIS (Reuters) -Cosmetics group L'Oreal bucked a declining trend for the luxury and fashion industry in China with sales growing in the second quarter despite COVID-19 lockdowns, as the make-up market rebounds. "Make-up is really bouncing back," L'Oreal Chief Executive Nicolas Hieronimus told Reuters in an interview, as post-pandemic socialising accelerates and people go out to parties and events. The executive, who estimates the global cosmetics market is growing at 6%, noted a return of lip glosses and "a lot of colour," which he attributed to people emerging from two "very difficult years."

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