MONC.MI - Moncler S.p.A.

Milan - Milan Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
34.35
-0.30 (-0.87%)
At close: 5:35PM CET
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Previous Close34.65
Open34.35
Bid34.20 x 0
Ask34.91 x 0
Day's Range34.01 - 34.73
52 Week Range26.07 - 42.55
Volume1,440,649
Avg. Volume1,073,144
Market Cap8.647B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.54
PE Ratio (TTM)32.78
EPS (TTM)1.05
Earnings DateFeb 28, 2019
Forward Dividend & Yield0.28 (0.80%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-05-21
1y Target Est37.35
  • Italian luxury brand Moncler sets its eyes on Asia
    CNBC Videos3 months ago

    Italian luxury brand Moncler sets its eyes on Asia

    Remo Ruffini, the chairman and CEO of Moncler, discusses his strategy to deepen the brand's footprint in Asia.

  • These Fundamentals Make Moncler S.p.A. (BIT:MONC) Truly Worth Looking At
    Simply Wall St.14 days ago

    These Fundamentals Make Moncler S.p.A. (BIT:MONC) Truly Worth Looking At

    Want to participate in a short research study? Help shape the future of investing tools and you could win a $250 gift card! Moncler S.p.A. (BIT:MONC) is a company with Read More...

  • Reuters18 days ago

    European luxury stocks sparkle, Wirecard weighs on Dax

    Luxury stocks were a silver lining for European markets on Wednesday after strong results from LVMH reassured investors, while looming U.S.-China trade talks kept trading muted and some earnings disappointments weighed. Europe's STOXX 600 traded sideways before closing up 0.25 percent and was on track for its best monthly performance since October 2015. France's LVMH shares jumped 6.7 percent after upbeat results from the luxury conglomerate, which said it was "cautiously" confident as fourth-quarter sales held up despite fears of a China slowdown.

  • Burberry says would pay a high price for no-deal Brexit
    Reuters26 days ago

    Burberry says would pay a high price for no-deal Brexit

    Britain's premier luxury brand Burberry (BRBY.L) said a no-deal Brexit would cost it tens of millions of pounds in tariffs and severely disrupt the movement of fabrics and finished products between its suppliers, manufacturing centres and stores. Britain is due to leave the European Union in 65 days, and with Prime Minister Theresa May failing to win support for her negotiated deal, companies are increasingly worried about the possibility of a chaotic Brexit. "We are taking mitigating actions," Chief Financial Officer Julie Brown said after Burberry reported a 1 percent rise in comparable store retail sales for the Christmas quarter.

  • European shares in reverse after shock China data; luxury stocks fall
    Reuterslast month

    European shares in reverse after shock China data; luxury stocks fall

    LONDON (Reuters) - China's surprisingly weak trade data brought a four-day rally in European shares to a halt on Monday, with luxury goods and technology stocks leading the drop as investors fretted about ...

  • Reuterslast month

    European luxury stocks tumble after weak Chinese data

    PARIS (Reuters) - Shares in top European luxury goods companies fell on Monday after weak economic data from China, which is a major source of revenue for many firms in the sector. LVMH fell 2 percent, ...

  • Is Moncler S.p.A.’s (BIT:MONC) CEO Being Overpaid?
    Simply Wall St.last month

    Is Moncler S.p.A.’s (BIT:MONC) CEO Being Overpaid?

    In 2003 Remo Ruffini was appointed CEO of Moncler S.p.A. (BIT:MONC). This analysis aims first to contrast CEO compensation with other companies that have similar market capitalization. Next, we'll consider Read More...

  • Should You Be Excited About Moncler S.p.A.’s (BIT:MONC) 31% Return On Equity?
    Simply Wall St.2 months ago

    Should You Be Excited About Moncler S.p.A.’s (BIT:MONC) 31% Return On Equity?

    One of the best investments we can make is in our own knowledge and skill set. With that in mind, this article will work through how we can use Return Read More...

  • Is Moncler SpA’s (BIT:MONC) Liquidity Good Enough?
    Simply Wall St.3 months ago

    Is Moncler SpA’s (BIT:MONC) Liquidity Good Enough?

    Small-cap and large-cap companies receive a lot of attention from investors, but mid-cap stocks like Moncler SpA (BIT:MONC), with a market cap of €7.4b, are often out of the spotlight. Read More...

  • Estimating The Fair Value Of Moncler SpA (BIT:MONC)
    Simply Wall St.3 months ago

    Estimating The Fair Value Of Moncler SpA (BIT:MONC)

    Today I will be providing a simple run through of a valuation method used to estimate the attractiveness of Moncler SpA (BIT:MONC) as an investment opportunity by taking the expected Read More...

  • Commodities stocks drag Europe down as Thyssenkrupp, Richemont earnings disappoint
    Reuters3 months ago

    Commodities stocks drag Europe down as Thyssenkrupp, Richemont earnings disappoint

    By Julien Ponthus and Helen Reid LONDON (Reuters) - European shares slipped on Friday as mining and oil stocks sold off and weak results from Thyssenkrupp and Richemont weighed on sentiment. The pan-European ...

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Vying for Vuitton - China's e-commerce rivals seek luxury stranglehold

    China's online giants Alibaba (BABA.N) and JD.com (JD.O) are taking their battle for relevance in the lucrative luxury goods market to a new level, as they aim to crack e-commerce tie-ups with top brands that usually shun selling through third parties. From Hugo Boss (BOSSn.DE) to La Perla underwear, the online shopping giants have recruited dozens of labels since launching their rival luxury sites in mid-2017, touting their access to a trove of consumer data and their grip on local payments systems in the world's biggest market for high-end fashion. Both are banking that even elusive outsiders will tire of trying to fly solo in China, where potential clients shop far more by mobile phone apps than in the United States or Europe, and those in smaller, far-flung cities are hard to reach.

  • Reuters3 months ago

    FOCUS-Vying for Vuitton: China's e-commerce rivals seek luxury stranglehold

    China's online giants Alibaba and JD.com are taking their battle for relevance in the lucrative luxury goods market to a new level, as they aim to crack e-commerce tie-ups with top brands that usually shun selling through third parties. From Hugo Boss to La Perla underwear, the online shopping giants have recruited dozens of labels since launching their rival luxury sites in mid-2017, touting their access to a trove of consumer data and their grip on local payments systems in the world's biggest market for high-end fashion. Both are banking that even elusive outsiders will tire of trying to fly solo in China, where potential clients shop far more by mobile phone apps than in the United States or Europe, and those in smaller, far-flung cities are hard to reach.

  • Reuters4 months ago

    Best week since Dec 2016 for European shares as trade hopes fuel rally

    European shares had a third day of gains on Friday after U.S. President Donald Trump fueled hopes among investors that a deal to end a prolonged dispute over trade could be reached with his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping later this month. "With sentiment in both China and the U.S. damaged by trade tensions, it is unsurprising that even a hint of incremental progress is enough to lift markets," wrote UBS' Chief Investment office, adding however that their base case was for the trade dispute to worsen before it improves. Strong jobs data from the U.S. dampened gains for European stocks and drove U.S. stocks into the red in afternoon trading, as the surge in wages added to signs of labour market tightening that could encourage the Fed to raise rates again in December.

  • Simply Wall St.4 months ago

    What Should You Know About Moncler SpA’s (BIT:MONC) Growth?

    Since Moncler SpA (BIT:MONC) released its earnings in June 2018, analysts seem cautiously bearish, as a 17% rise in profits is expected in the upcoming year, relative to the higher Read More...

  • European stocks fail to rebound in worst week since Feb
    Reuters4 months ago

    European stocks fail to rebound in worst week since Feb

    European stocks failed to stage a recovery on Friday, posting their worst week since a market correction last February as a new sell-off hit bourses across the globe, amid worries about protectionism and fast-rising U.S. interest rates. Euro zone stocks initially jumped one percent but rapidly shed all of their gains despite Wall Street opening higher. There's "a rotten trend" in Europe, a trader complained, noting that U.S. shares have outperformed their European peers since the beginning of the year with the Trump administration's fiscal cuts boosting earnings.

  • Reuters4 months ago

    Luxury stocks slide as Vuitton strength fails to quell China worries

    Robust appetite in the third quarter for Louis Vuitton handbags and other high-end goods sold by LVMH (LVMH.PA) failed to dispel fears of a looming slowdown in Chinese demand on Wednesday, as shares across the sector tumbled. Paris-based LVMH, the world's biggest luxury goods company, on Tuesday reported stronger-than-expected sales growth in its all-important fashion and leather goods division in the three months to end-September, while overall revenue met expectations. Shares were down 4.25 percent by 0832 GMT, however, while those at Gucci-owner Kering (PRTP.PA), LVMH's cross-town rival, were also 5 percent lower.

  • Simply Wall St.5 months ago

    Should You Be Tempted To Sell Moncler SpA (BIT:MONC) At Its Current PE Ratio?

    This analysis is intended to introduce important early concepts to people who are starting to invest and want to begin learning about how to value company based on its current Read More...

  • Moncler SpA (BIT:MONC): Has Recent Earnings Growth Beaten Long-Term Trend?
    Simply Wall St.6 months ago

    Moncler SpA (BIT:MONC): Has Recent Earnings Growth Beaten Long-Term Trend?

    Examining Moncler SpA’s (BIT:MONC) past track record of performance is a useful exercise for investors. It allows us to reflect on whether the company has met or exceed expectations, whichRead More...

  • Reuters6 months ago

    Global luxury brands again chase China's young, rich and spendthrift

    Global luxury brands from Prada (1913.HK) to LVMH (LVMH.PA) are investing in China for the first time since a crackdown on conspicuous spending five years ago, focusing on smaller, less developed cities even as the world's second-largest economy slows. Increasing spend by cash-rich Chinese millennials, largely unhindered by a crackdown on corruption and extravagant spending, is prompting brands to revamp some stores and open new ones in second- and third-tier cities where luxury spending is growing faster. The youngsters, who account for around 30 percent of the sector's China sales, are a demographic less sensitive to wider economic factors, executives said.

  • Thomson Reuters StreetEvents7 months ago

    Edited Transcript of MONC.MI earnings conference call or presentation 25-Jul-18 4:00pm GMT

    Half Year 2018 Moncler SpA Earnings Call

  • Escalating tariff war hits Europe's autos stocks and multinationals
    Reuters8 months ago

    Escalating tariff war hits Europe's autos stocks and multinationals

    By Helen Reid LONDON (Reuters) - European shares extended a sell-off on Tuesday as a trade war between the United States and China escalated, with autos, mining and technology stocks taking the brunt. ...

  • Reuters8 months ago

    Southeast Europe targets luxury brands' fast fashion catchup

    ROUSSE, Bulgaria/PRAGUE (Reuters) - Miglena Hristova's factory near the Danube is among a growing number in southeastern Europe positioning themselves to help top brands adjust to faster fashion cycles. Bulgaria, Romania and other countries in the Balkan region have established a foothold in the luxury market and fashion houses from Paris and Milan are quietly building a bigger presence as they feed demand for a quicker turnover of styles. More affordable labels have long produced bags, scarves, clothes and shoes in southeastern Europe, but margins are becoming slimmer as Balkan companies jostle for that business with China, Turkey and, increasingly, Africa.