PGPEF - Publicis Groupe S.A.

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50.99
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Previous Close50.99
Open52.75
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range50.99 - 50.99
52 Week Range50.87 - 65.00
Volume600
Avg. Volume395
Market Cap11.592B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.54
PE Ratio (TTM)13.07
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield2.41 (4.73%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-06-25
1y Target EstN/A
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  • Financial Times4 days ago

    Publicis shares slip after it cuts revenue guidance

    Shares in Publicis, the world’s third-largest advertising group by revenues, dropped 8 per cent on Friday after the group cut revenue guidance for 2019 following a disappointing second quarter in the US. Publicis, which is suffering as large companies slash advertising budgets and the likes of Facebook and Google upend the intermediary agency model by dominating digital advertising, said on Thursday after the market close that it now expects a “broadly stable net revenue” in 2019, excluding the impact of acquisitions and foreign and exchange. Previously Publicis had forecast higher organic revenue growth than the 0.8 per cent it recorded in 2018, without giving a precise figure.

  • Financial Times4 days ago

    Stocks to watch: Publicis, WPP, Aston Martin, Tui, Wirecard, Asos

    ● Publicis led the advertising agencies lower after a profit warning, which it blamed on tougher conditions in the US. Second-quarter organic revenue growth of 0.1 per cent missed expectations centred at 0.7 per cent as the group’s North American traditional advertising division lost clients. As a result, Publicis said full-year organic revenue growth would be broadly stable against 2018 rather than higher, as previously indicated, and that margin expansion would be at the lower end of previous guidance due to restructuring and acquisition costs.

  • Reuters5 days ago

    UPDATE 1-Publicis cuts revenue guidance after disappointing second quarter

    * Suffers from weaker ad spending in U.S. PARIS, July 18 (Reuters) - Publicis, the world's third-biggest advertising group, cut its 2019 revenue growth guidance on Thursday after reporting a weaker-than-expected performance in the second quarter as it struggles to revive sluggish sales in the United States. Publicis, whose revenue is being squeezed by competition from Facebook and Google as well as tightening ad budgets by major clients, now expects a "broadly stable net revenue" in 2019, excluding the impact of acquisitions and foreign exchange.

  • Publicis cuts revenue guidance after disappointing second quarter
    Reuters5 days ago

    Publicis cuts revenue guidance after disappointing second quarter

    Publicis, the world's third-biggest advertising group, cut its 2019 revenue growth guidance on Thursday after reporting a weaker-than-expected performance in the second quarter as it struggles to revive sluggish sales in the United States. Publicis, whose revenue is being squeezed by competition from Facebook and Google as well as tightening ad budgets by major clients, now expects a "broadly stable net revenue" in 2019, excluding the impact of acquisitions and foreign exchange. Publicis had previously forecast higher organic revenue growth in 2019 than in 2018, but gave no precise figure.

  • Reuters5 days ago

    Publicis cuts guidance after disappointing Q2 revenue growth

    Publicis, the world's third-biggest advertising group, cut its 2019 growth guidance on Thursday after reporting a weaker-than-expected performance in the second quarter as it struggles to revive sluggish sales in the United States. Publicis, whose revenue is being squeezed by competition from Facebook and Google as well as tightening ad budgets by major clients, now expects a "broadly stable net revenue" in 2019, excluding the impact of acquisitions and foreign exchange. Publicis previously had forecast a higher growth of its revenue on an organic basis in 2019 than in 2018, but gave no precise figure.

  • Financial Times11 days ago

    WPP slims down with Kantar stake sale

    US private equity group Bain Capital has agreed to buy a 60 per cent stake in Kantar, valuing the group at around $4bn including debt. Luca Bassi, managing director at Bain, said it would not be unreasonable to expect a sum of around £1bn to be invested in Kantar.

  • Here's Why Shares of Alliance Data Systems Plunged on Monday
    Motley Fool3 months ago

    Here's Why Shares of Alliance Data Systems Plunged on Monday

    Wall Street was disappointed by the price of a major asset sale.

  • Publicis' $4.4 billion acquisition leaves analysts skeptical
    CNBC3 months ago

    Publicis' $4.4 billion acquisition leaves analysts skeptical

    Analysts wonder how well Publicis will be able to integrate the data marketing company.

  • TheStreet.com3 months ago

    France's Publicis Groupe to Acquire Alliance Data Systems' Epsilon for $4.4B

    Epsilon specializes in data analytics. "With this critical move, we are going further, faster and deeper in our own transformation, becoming a leader in this data-led, digital-first world," said Arthur Sadoun, chairman and CEO of Publicis. Publicis owns the iconic ad agencies Leo Burnett Worldwide and Saatchi & Saatchi, as well as many other brands in the advertising and public relations world.

  • Publicis Grabs the Last Partner at the Digital Dance
    Bloomberg3 months ago

    Publicis Grabs the Last Partner at the Digital Dance

    The advertising executive is writing a hefty $4.4 billion check to acquire digital marketing upstart Epsilon from Alliance Data Systems Corp. That’s a quarter of Publicis’s enterprise value, according to Bloomberg Intelligence analyst Matthew Bloxham. The firm predicts Epsilon will add 13 percent to earnings per share in the first year.

  • Advertising group Publicis' shares boosted by $4.4 billion Epsilon deal
    Reuters3 months ago

    Advertising group Publicis' shares boosted by $4.4 billion Epsilon deal

    Publicis' shares rose on Monday as analysts welcomed the French advertising company's $4.4 billion takeover of marketing and data company Epsilon. Publicis said on Sunday that it would buy Epsilon from U.S. company Alliance Data, expanding Publicis' digital business and North American footprint. Publicis shares were up 4.2 percent in early trading.

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Publicis : sees 12.5 percent accretion to headline, diluted eps from Epsilon

    Publicis: * Sees 12.5 pct accretion to headline, diluted EPS from Epsilon deal * Got firm commitment from BNP Paribas and Citi on 12-month bridge loan that can be renewed 2 x 6 months on Epsilon deal * ...

  • CNBC3 months ago

    Publicis announces $4.4 billion deal to acquire data marketing company Epsilon

    Publicis is acquiring Epsilon for a net purchase price of $3.95 billion after a tax step-up, with a total cash consideration of $4.4 billion. Publicis will form a strategic partnership with Alliance Data's remaining business. French ad holding company Publicis PUB-FR said Sunday it would pay about $4.4 billion for marketing services company Epsilon to give it a leg up in digital marketing and to help clients better personalize their advertising.

  • Publicis pays $4.4 billion for Epsilon to extend digital reach
    Reuters3 months ago

    Publicis pays $4.4 billion for Epsilon to extend digital reach

    Publicis will pay $4.4 billion to acquire Alliance Data's Epsilon marketing unit, the French advertising group said on Sunday, expanding its digital business and North American footprint. The deal, announced two weeks after Publicis confirmed it was in talks with Alliance Data, bolsters efforts by the world's third-ranked advertiser to adapt to a fast-changing market increasingly driven by online client data. "The addition of Epsilon will propel Publicis as a leader of data-driven personalized experiences at scale," the Paris-based company said in a statement outlining its biggest ever acquisition - which tops the 3.7 billion euros ($4.18 billion) paid for tech consulting firm Sapient in 2014.

  • Publicis Sapient CEO: Brands have to reconfigure to avoid being siloed
    Yahoo Finance Video2 months ago

    Publicis Sapient CEO: Brands have to reconfigure to avoid being siloed

    Now more than ever, established tech companies face pressure to innovate and look nimble to compete with newer challengers like Uber, Lyft, and Pinterest, all of which just went public this year. Nigel Vaz, CEO of Publicis Sapient, a digital business consulting firm that helps companies make the digital transition, joins Yahoo Finance’s Dan Roberts, Melody Hahm, and Akiko Fujita to discuss how companies can remain competitive.

  • 'Christchurch Call' initiative a landmark move, Publicis chairman says
    CNBC Videos2 months ago

    'Christchurch Call' initiative a landmark move, Publicis chairman says

    Maurice Levy, chairman of Publicis Groupe, discusses New Zealand's "Christchurch Call" initiative on online extremist content.