|Bid||47.20 x 0|
|Ask||47.26 x 0|
|Day's Range||46.70 - 48.04|
|52 Week Range||36.90 - 61.65|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.49|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||204.96|
|Earnings Date||Nov 9, 2016 - Nov 14, 2016|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.00 (2.14%)|
|1y Target Est||47.13|
American billionaire Rocco Commisso has bought Italian Serie A soccer club ACF Fiorentina from the Della Valle family, his U.S. cable company Mediacom Communications announced on Thursday. Italian-born Commisso, who also owns U.S. soccer club New York Cosmos and is the chairman and CEO of Mediacom, made a failed offer last year to buy a controlling stake in AC Milan.
U.S. billionaire Rocco Commisso is close to agreeing the purchase of Italian Serie A soccer club ACF Fiorentina from the Della Valle family for around 160 million euros ($180 million), a source with knowledge of the matter said on Tuesday. The Della Valle family owns luxury goods group Tod's and, since 2002, the Florence-based club who last season narrowly escaped relegation. The source said ACF Fiorentina's owner, Diego Della Valle, and Commisso met on Tuesday at Tod's offices in Milan and that a deal could be struck as soon as later on Tuesday or Wednesday.
ACF Fiorentina has called an extraordinary board meeting on May 31, the Italian Serie A soccer club said in a statement on its website on Monday, without giving further details. Separately, a source close to the matter said on Monday that Mediacom Chairman Rocco Commisso was interested in buying Fiorentina from the Della Valle family. The New York Times reported last week Commisso was ready to pay $150 million for Fiorentina, which on Sunday escaped relegation.
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With Notre Dame still smoldering, French President Emmanuel Macron promised to rebuild the great cathedral and called for donors. France’s luxury industry led the way, with Bernard Arnault, the billionaire founder of the LVMH fashion conglomerate, promising 200 million euros ($226 million) and Francois Pinault of rival fashion group Kering 100 million euros. Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo offered money from city coffers and promised to organize an international donor conference.
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Tod's founder and top shareholder Diego Della Valle bought a further 1 percent of the Italian luxury goods group this week, a regulatory filing showed, following disappointing full-year sales. Both investments were done outside of a commitment to buy up to 5 percent of the company which Della Valle took in December as a proof of his confidence in the group, the company said. Della Valle owned 60.7 percent of Tod's as of mid-2018.
A fifth straight year of declining retail sales at Tod's sent shares in the Italian luxury goods group down 6 percent on Thursday. Tod's said late on Wednesday closely-watched same-store sales fell 5 percent between October and December at constant exchange rates, weakening further after a 2 percent drop in the previous quarter. In the whole of 2018 same-store sales declined 3 percent, Tod's said, blaming weakness in Italy and the rest of Europe in the final part of the year, while performance in Greater China improved.
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Shares in luxury shoemaker Tod's (TOD.MI) rose more than 12 percent on Wednesday after a regulatory filing pointed to plans by the Della Valle family to increase its stake in the group. A regulatory filing showed that a holding linked to Chairman Diego Della Valle had committed to buy up to 5 percent of the luxury group's shares. The filing said one of the holdings of the Della Valle family had signed a contract with Credit Agricole Corporate and Investment bank, under which it agreed to buy up to 1.7 million Tod's shares.
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Shares in Italian shoes and leather goods company Tod's (TOD.MI) fell 11 percent on Thursday after the group said sales were still falling and its turnaround was taking longer than envisaged. Like-for-like sales last month at the group famous for its Gommino loafers were in line with the trend of the previous nine months, which recorded a 2.1 percent fall, suggesting a return to same store sales growth in the fourth quarter may be at risk. "In the absence of a meaningful inflection point in the top line, we remain sceptical about Tod's turnaround," Berenberg analysts said in a note.
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