|Bid||62.51 x 0|
|Ask||62.82 x 0|
|Day's Range||61.92 - 63.51|
|52 Week Range||26.57 - 67.08|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.75|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||50.46|
|Earnings Date||Nov 7, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.71 (1.12%)|
|1y Target Est||39.48|
Brazilian cosmetics firm Natura&Co sees a stronger performance in its operations in Asia, except for Hong Kong, where both The Body Shop and Aesop brands have been affected by recent protests, executives said on Thursday. In a call to discuss quarterly results, Chief Executive João Paulo Ferreira told analysts that Natura is working to boost businesses, in Asia and plans to double its presence in key markets such as South Korea and Japan. "In terms of The Body Shop, we see a slight decrease in North America, but Asia is having a very strong performance, excluding Hong Kong," he said, adding that operations of its Australian brand Aesop have also been affected.
Brazilian cosmetics group Natura SA said on Wednesday its second-quarter net profit more than doubled from a year ago, slightly above market expectations, helped by solid sales growth in all segments as well as cost cuts. In a securities filing on Wednesday, the company said its quarterly net income grew by 109.4% year-on-year to 66.6 million reais ($16.4 million) compared to a consensus estimate of 61.7 million reais compiled by Refinitiv. "All our three brands (Natura, Aesop and The Body Shop) and businesses contributed to a good performance in the quarter," the company said, adding it hopes to conclude the acquisition of Avon Products Inc. in the beginning of 2020.
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By IPO Edge Contributor SmallCapTrader Natura Cosméticos S.A. is emerging as a global cosmetics powerhouse from Brazil to China and is acquiring Avon Products Inc.’s non-U.S. business for $2 billion to cement its global reach The deal will allow Avon investors to trade their ownership in a fading business for a big stake in […]
Brazilian cosmetics firm Natura expects to boost revenue by investing in brand and digital capabilities after sealing a deal to merge with Avon Products and control 76% of the new company, executives said on Thursday. "As it comes to digital transformation, our approach is similar to the one Avon has been following, and we also share the same optimism about the brand," Natura Chief Executive João Paulo Ferreira, said in a call with analysts. Chairman Roberto Marques said it will be necessary to spend around $125 million over the next 36 months to capture cost savings of $150 million to $250 million per year, mainly in Brazil and the rest of Latin America.
Brazil's Natura SA said on Wednesday it had reached an agreement to buy rival Avon Products Inc via a share swap, creating the world's fourth-largest beauty company with a redoubled focus on direct sales. Under the terms of the deal, Natura will hold 76% of the combined business with over $10 billion in annual revenue, according to a statement from the Brazilian cosmetics firm. After Natura pushed into high-end retail shops with the acquisitions of Aesop in 2013 and The Body Shop in 2017, the takeover of its biggest rival in direct sales is a renewed bet on the company's core business of door-to-door distribution.
SÃO PAULO and LONDON, May 22, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Natura &Co (NATU3.SA) announces that it is acquiring Avon Products, Inc. (AVP) in an all-share transaction, creating the fourth-largest pure-play beauty group in the world and a major force for good in the industry. The group will hold leading positions in relationship selling through Avon´s and Natura's over 6.3 million Consultants and Representatives, a global footprint through 3,200 stores, as well as an expanded digital presence across all companies. Avon and Natura were both founded by mission-driven individuals, reaching customers through a force of independent, primarily female micro-entrepreneurs, who act as brand ambassadors and beauty advisors.
RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — The Brazilian cosmetics maker Natura announced Wednesday that it is buying Avon Products in an all-stock deal that it valued at $3.7 billion, in move that would create the world's fourth-largest group of beauty products.
Brazil's Natura SA said on Wednesday it has reached an agreement to buy U.S. rival Avon Products Inc in an all-stock deal, creating the world's fourth-largest cosmetics company. Under the terms of the ...
An index of Latin American currencies rose on Wednesday against the dollar ahead of the release of U.S. Federal Reserve minutes, while a regional equities benchmark was on course for a third straight day ...
Avon Products Inc. (NYSE: AVP ) confirmed Wednesday that it's in advanced talks with Natura Cosmeticos SA about being sold to the Brazilian company in an all-stock transaction. There is no guarantee a ...