|Bid||0.00 x 0|
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|Day's Range||84.39 - 85.69|
|52 Week Range||58.38 - 97.64|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||0.67|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||37.97|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.32 (1.52%)|
|Ex-Dividend Date||Apr 24, 2023|
|1y Target Est||105.00|
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NOT FOR RELEASE, PUBLICATION OR DISTRIBUTION, DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY, IN OR INTO THE UNITED STATES, CANADA, JAPAN OR AUSTRALIA L’ORÉAL SUCCESSFULLY PRICES A 2 BILLION EURO DUAL TRANCHE BOND Clichy, 11 May 2023 – L’Oréal today announces that it has successfully priced a public bond offering for an aggregate nominal amount of €2.0 billion under a €5.0 billion EMTN program. The offering is composed of two tranches: - A €1.0 billion 2-year fixed rate bond paying a coupon of 3,125 % p.a. - A €1.0 bil
Venture funding, opening research labs and bringing new brands to the market aim at boosting competition with homegrown companies.
L'Oréal's CHRO Stephanie Kramer interviewed over 1,300 men and women about pregnancy and parenthood at work. Here's what she learned.
This article will look at the 25 cities with the most beautiful women in the world. If you want to skip our detailed analysis, you can head straight to 10 Cities with the Most Beautiful Women in the World. The beauty industry is a global behemoth, and it’s no secret that the world’s most beautiful […]
IPO Edge hosted a fireside chat from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange with Catherine Roggero-Lovisi, CEO of Modern Meadow. Ms. Roggero-Lovisi spoke with IPO Edge Editor-in-Chief John […]
L'Oreal SA (LRLCY) might move higher on growing optimism about its earnings prospects, which is reflected by its upgrade to a Zacks Rank #2 (Buy).
When it comes to growth, fashion companies frequently choose to buy it off the rack. In recent history, a big catalyst for luxury goods sales has been the rise of social media. Content creators and influencers have contributed to a broader democratization of luxury goods.
In this piece, we will take a look at the 15 largest French companies in the U.S. For more French firms, head on over to 5 Largest French Companies in the U.S. France is one of the biggest economies and one of the most powerful countries on the planet. According to estimates from the International […]
L’ORÉAL FUND FOR NATURE REGENERATION ACCELERATES BIODIVERSITY PRESERVATION EFFORTS WITH THREE NEW INVESTMENTS High-impact projects tackle biodiversity loss through reforestation and the restoration of ecosystems Clichy, 20th April 2023 – Ahead of Earth Day, L’Oréal today announced three new recipients of its Fund for Nature Regeneration. NetZero, ReforesTerra and Mangroves.Now were chosen for their innovative approaches to carbon capture in soils, reforestation and mangrove restoration, and for
L'Oreal reported a 13% rise in first-quarter sales, beating expectations thanks to strong business in the United States and Europe as shoppers shrugged off rising prices, but has yet to benefit from the end of COVID-19 curbs in China. Sales in Europe and North America grew by 16% and 16.6% respectively, with the company flagging strong performance from its consumer products division, which has been moving upmarket, as well as its dermatological beauty division, which sells CeraVe skincare. "These are truly outstanding numbers," despite China "still being a drag," said Bruno Monteyne, analyst with Bernstein, noting that sales growth for every division beat expectations, with a standout performance from the dermatological beauty division, up 30.6%.
PARIS (Reuters) -L'Oreal reported a 13% rise in first-quarter sales, beating expectations thanks to strong business in the United States and Europe as shoppers shrugged off rising prices, but has yet to benefit from the end of COVID-19 curbs in China. Sales in Europe and North America grew by 16% and 16.6% respectively, with the company flagging strong performance from its consumer products division, which has been moving upmarket, as well as its dermatological beauty division, which sells CeraVe skincare. In mainland China, where the company said luxury sales were flat due to low inventories, consumer demand and store traffic resumed from February.
VERY STRONG START: +13.0% LIKE-FOR-LIKE1 , +14.6% REPORTED Sales: 10.38 billion euros, +13.0% like-for-like1, +14.6% based on reported figures.Another quarter of market outperformance, further strengthening L’Oréal’s position as the global leader in beauty.Growth in all Divisions, with outstanding performance from the Dermatological Beauty and Consumer Products Divisions.Growth in all geographic Zones, with a spectacular performance in emerging markets. Strong double-digit growth in every Zone,
Former LVMH Chairman of North America Pauline Brown, who is also the author of “Aesthetic Intelligence”, joins Yahoo Finance Live to break down L’Oréal’s acquisition of Aesop, M&A activity within the wellness space, and the state of luxury consumers.
L'Oreal is expanding its beauty and skincare marketplace base with an acquisition of Aesop, a luxury Australian beauty brand owned by Brazil-based Natura, which also owns The Body Shop and Avon. The $2.5 billion deal was announced on April 3, giving Paris, France-based L'Oreal an even larger global footprint with Aesop, which holds 400 points of sale across Europe, Australia, New Zealand, the U.S., and, more recently, in China. The Aesop purchase surpasses the previous L'Oreal buyout record of $1.7 billion in its 2008 purchase of YSL Beauté.
* Chile's peso up ahead of central bank decision * Brazil's real down, dragging Latam FX index * MSCI Latam FX index set to snap 11-day winning streak * L'Oreal buys luxury brand Aesop from Brazil's Natura & Co By Shashwat Chauhan and Shreyashi Sanyal April 4 (Reuters) - Chile's peso was cautiously higher on Tuesday as its central bank was expected to hold interest rates steady later in the day, while Brazilian cosmetics maker Natura jumped on the sale of its luxury brand to L'Oreal. Chile's peso added 0.7% against the dollar, with analysts expecting the country's central bank to hold its key policy rate at 11.25%.
France's L'Oreal has agreed to buy Australian luxury brand Aesop from Natura & Co for an enterprise value of $2.53 billion, growing its presence in high-end cosmetics with an eye to international expansion, including in China. For L'Oreal, which owns labels ranging from Maybelline to Lancome, and has been moving upmarket where consumers are less affected by an economic downturn, the deal is its largest brand acquisition to date, according to Dealogic data. It provides Brazil's Natura, owner of Avon and The Body Shop, with some financial relief from shrinking margins and heavy debt.
French cosmetics group L'Oreal struck a deal with Brazil's Natura & Co to buy Aesop, its Australian luxury brand, at an enterprise value of $2.53 billion, both firms said on Monday. The deal expands L'Oreal's presence in the luxury cosmetics market, while marking a financial relief for the Brazilian firm, burdened by shrinking margins and heavy debt. The brand, Natura's most profitable, operates almost 400 stores and posted sales of $537 million in 2022, up 21% in constant currency from a year earlier.
Clichy, 3 April 2023 – L’Oréal announced today that it has signed an agreement with Natura &Co to acquire Aēsop, the Australian luxury beauty brand. The proposed transaction values Aēsop at an enterprise value of USD 2.525 billion. Created in 1987, Aēsop is world widely renowned for its skin, hair and body products. With its signature amber packaging, plant-based ingredients, sustainable vegan formulations, and its bespoke customer service, Aēsop has evolved into a global super brand available a
A judge dismissed a proposed class action lawsuit accusing L'Oreal SA of tricking American shoppers into overpaying for its beauty products by making them believe the products came from France. In a decision on Monday, U.S. District Judge Analisa Torres in Manhattan said L'Oreal's referring to "Paris" and sprinkling French words on packaging would not deceive reasonable consumers about where its shampoo, mascara and other products came from. The plaintiff, Veronica Eshelby, claimed she had not noticed the fine print before learning that the products she bought were manufactured in L'Oreal's factory in North Little Rock, Arkansas, or elsewhere in the United States and Canada.
Société anonyme au capital de 107 037 312,40 euros Siège social : 14, rue Royale, 75008 Paris 632 012 100 R.C.S. Paris Legal Entity Identifyer : 529900JI1GG6F7RKVI53 Disclosure of total number of voting rights and number of shares in the capital at February 28, 2023 Pursuant to article L-233-8 II of the French “Code de Commerce” and 223-16 of the AMF's General Regulations: Total number of shares 535,186,562 Number of real voting rights (excluding treasury shares) 535,186,562 Theoretical number o
Annual General Meeting to be held on Friday 21 April 2023 and 2022 Universal Registration Document Clichy, 16 March 2023 – L’Oréal, the world’s leading beauty company, announced terms of information availability regarding the Annual General Meeting to be held on Friday 21 April 2023 and the 2022 Universal Registration Document. TERMS OF INFORMATION AVAILABILITY REGARDING THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF FRIDAY 21 APRIL 2023 The Annual General Meeting of L’Oréal (hereafter the “Company”) will be h
NEWS RELEASE Clichy, 22 February 2023 Financial calendar update Wednesday 26 April 2023: Ex–dividend date Friday 28 April 2023: Dividend payment date About L’Oréal For over 110 years, L’Oréal, the world’s leading beauty player, has devoted itself to one thing only: fulfilling the beauty aspirations of consumers around the world. Our purpose, to create the beauty that moves the world, defines our approach to beauty as inclusive, ethical, generous and committed to social and environmental sustaina
If you've ever shopped at a drugstore for anything from shampoo to makeup remover, chances are, you've bought a L'Oreal product. The global beauty and personal care conglomerate, which boasts brands like Garnier, Maybelline, Essie, Kiehl's, Prada, and Yves Saint Laurent in its portfolio, has been a leader in its class since its founding in 1909. Today, it's the largest cosmetics company known mostly for its more affordable products (think hairspray and sunscreen) found at your local Target or CVS .
PARIS (Reuters) -L'Oreal posted 8.1% sales growth in the fourth quarter, a touch slower than in the previous three months, with firm demand in the United States and Europe helping to offset the dent from coronavirus disruptions in China. The cosmetics company, which sells Maybelline mascara and CeraVe skincare, recorded sales for the last three month of 2022 of 10.3 billion euros ($11.1 billion), in line with analyst expectations, according to Refinitiv data. The 8.1% growth rate for the three months to end-December compared with a 9.1% increase in sales in the third quarter.