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The Swatch Group AG (SWGAY)

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Previous Close16.27
Open16.06
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range16.01 - 16.18
52 Week Range8.62 - 16.37
Volume13,872
Avg. Volume24,636
Market Cap16.701B
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.95
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-0.05
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.19 (1.20%)
Ex-Dividend DateMay 14, 2021
1y Target EstN/A
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  • Swatch says new lockdowns in Europe could jeopardise 2021 sales target
    Reuters

    Swatch says new lockdowns in Europe could jeopardise 2021 sales target

    New lockdowns in Europe recently and the absence of tourism might make it difficult for Swatch Group to get back to 2019 sales levels this year but the world's biggest watchmaker maintains that target for now, its chief executive said on Thursday. The owner of luxury brands including Omega, Tissot and Longines as well as its original Swatch watches made a net loss last year for the first time in decades, it reported in January, as sales fell 32% from 2019 due to shop closures during the pandemic and as smartwatches made inroads into the market. Sales are picking up this year, and the group said in January that there was a good chance it would reach 2019 sales levels this year, but new lockdowns in Europe now pose risks.

  • Swatch Group free to supply watch movements: Swiss watchdog
    Reuters

    Swatch Group free to supply watch movements: Swiss watchdog

    Swatch Group will be free to supply mechanical watch movements wherever it wants, but won't be allowed to abuse its dominant market position by undercutting rivals' prices, Swiss competition watchdog WEKO said on Wednesday. The decision resolves a year-long tussle between the world's biggest watchmaker and its main competitor in mechanical watch movements, Sellita. Alternative suppliers for mechanical watch movements - the tiny mechanisms that make timepieces tick without a battery - had emerged since 2013, WEKO said in a statement, but Swatch Group's movement unit ETA was dominant because of its production capacity.

  • Swatch Group free to supply watch movements, says Swiss watchdog
    Reuters

    Swatch Group free to supply watch movements, says Swiss watchdog

    Swatch Group <UHR.S> will be free to supply mechanical watch movements wherever it wants, but won't be allowed to abuse its dominant market position by undercutting rivals' prices, Swiss competition watchdog WEKO said on Wednesday. The decision resolves a year-long tussle between the world's biggest watchmaker and its main competitor in mechanical watch movements, Sellita. Alternative suppliers for mechanical watch movements - the tiny mechanisms that make timepieces tick without a battery - had emerged since 2013, WEKO said in a statement, but Swatch Group's movement unit ETA was dominant because of its production capacity.