CA.PA - Carrefour SA

Paris - Paris Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
16.435
-0.025 (-0.152%)
As of 9:02AM CEST. Market open.
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Previous Close16.460
Open16.355
Bid23.150 x 90000
Ask23.300 x 2500000
Day's Range16.355 - 16.435
52 Week Range15.510 - 23.685
Volume41,816
Avg. Volume3,417,498
Market Cap12.539B
Beta0.94
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-0.701
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.46 (2.89%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-06-21
1y Target Est19.43
  • Carrefour agrees purchasing deal with Systeme-U to help French farmers
    Reuters20 minutes ago

    Carrefour agrees purchasing deal with Systeme-U to help French farmers

    Carrefour (CARR.PA) has struck a five-year purchasing deal with domestic peer Systeme-U to favour French agricultural producers, Europe's largest supermarket retailer said on Wednesday. The deal is the latest alliance within the French supermarket industry, which has seen U.S. Internet giant Amazon (AMZN.O) make inroads over the last year. In January, Carrefour announced plans to cut costs and jobs, boost e-commerce investment and seek a partnership in China in an effort to lift profit and revenue and help it to compete with Amazon.

  • Reuters41 minutes ago

    Carrefour agrees purchasing deal with Systeme-U to help French farmers

    Carrefour has struck a five-year purchasing deal with domestic peer Systeme-U to favour French agricultural producers, Europe's largest supermarket retailer said on Wednesday. The deal is the latest alliance within the French supermarket industry, which has seen U.S. Internet giant Amazon make inroads over the last year. In January, Carrefour announced plans to cut costs and jobs, boost e-commerce investment and seek a partnership in China in an effort to lift profit and revenue and help it to compete with Amazon.

  • Carrefour, Argentina workers agree to voluntary buyouts - government
    Reuters4 days ago

    Carrefour, Argentina workers agree to voluntary buyouts - government

    French retailer Carrefour SA (CARR.PA) will offer voluntary buyouts to workers in Argentina in an effort to stem three years of losses, but will not lay off any workers, Argentina's Labor Ministry said in a statement on Friday. The grocery chain filed a "crisis prevention" application with the Ministry on April 6, spurring negotiations between the company, the government, and the Argentine Federation of Commerce and Service Workers union. A Carrefour spokesman told Reuters the company would pay workers who agreed to leave voluntarily up to 50 percent more than the normal severance costs associated with letting workers go in Argentina.

  • A Nation of Shopkeepers Rejoices as Tesco Trumps Carrefour
    Bloomberg9 days ago

    A Nation of Shopkeepers Rejoices as Tesco Trumps Carrefour

    It's too early to judge French supermarket boss, but he has some catching up to do.

  • Financial Times13 days ago

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  • Reuters13 days ago

    Shares in retailer Carrefour fall after weak first-quarter sales

    Carrefour's (CARR.PA) shares fell on Thursday to touch their lowest level since October 2012, after the French food retailer reported a slowdown in sales growth during the first quarter. Carrefour shares were down 3.16 percent by 0701 GMT, the worst performer on the CAC-40 (.FCHI) index of French blue-chip stocks. Late on Wednesday, Carrefour had given a cautious outlook for this year after sales growth slowed in the first quarter, with continued weakness in its core French market suggesting that the supermarket chain faces a long road to recovery.

  • Carrefour, employees in Argentina agree to voluntary buy-outs - union
    Reuters13 days ago

    Carrefour, employees in Argentina agree to voluntary buy-outs - union

    French retailer Carrefour (CARR.PA) agreed to voluntary buy-outs with workers in Argentina as part of a crisis prevention plan that aims to end three years of losses, a union representative said on Wednesday. Angel Martínez, spokesman for the Argentine Federation of Commerce and Service Workers (FAECYS), said the company had agreed to pay 50 percent more than the normal cost of letting workers go in Argentina. "If we had not done these negotiations, Carrefour would have left Argentina," Martinez said in a telephone interview.

  • Reuters13 days ago

    Carrefour, employees in Argentina agree to voluntary buy-outs -union

    French retailer Carrefour agreed to voluntary buy-outs with workers in Argentina as part of a crisis prevention plan that aims to end three years of losses, a union representative said on Wednesday. Angel Martínez, spokesman for the Argentine Federation of Commerce and Service Workers (FAECYS), said the company had agreed to pay 50 percent more than the normal cost of letting workers go in Argentina.

  • Reuters13 days ago

    (OFFICIAL)-Brazil's BR to provide fuel to 20 Carrefour stations

    Petrobras Distribuidora SA will provide up to 760 million liters of fuel to 20 hypermarkets an self-service stores owned by Carrefour SA for three years, the company said in a Tuesday filing. BR Distribuidora, ...

  • Reuters13 days ago

    French retailer Carrefour cautious on 2018 as sales growth slows

    Carrefour (CARR.PA) gave a cautious outlook for this year after sales growth slowed in the first quarter, with continued weakness in its core French market suggesting that the supermarket chain faces a long road to recovery. Europe's largest retailer had in January announced plans to cut costs and jobs, boost e-commerce investment and seek a partnership in China in an effort to lift profit and revenue and help it to contend with competition from U.S. online retail giant Amazon (AMZN.O). "This quarter further demonstrates that Carrefour's 2022 transformation plan is the right strategy," Malige said.

  • Reuters13 days ago

    French retailer Carrefour cautious on 2018 as sales growth slows

    Carrefour gave a cautious outlook for this year after sales growth slowed in the first quarter, with continued weakness in its core French market suggesting that the supermarket chain faces a long road to recovery. The goal has eluded several predecessors in the face of online competition from the likes of Amazon and discounting from rivals including unlisted Leclerc, which has overtaken Carrefour as France's top food retailer by market share.

  • Reuters14 days ago

    Carrefour Brasil quarterly sales rose, but deflation again weighed

    Gross sales at food retailer Carrefour Brasil SA increased 6 percent in the first quarter from the same period a year earlier to 12.29 billion reais ($3.6 billion), though as in previous quarters, stubborn food price deflation limited gains. In a securities filing late on Tuesday, the company said same-store sales, a measure of revenue from stores open at least 12 months, rose 2.3 percent in the quarter when calendar effects, or different numbers and timing of selling days, were taken into account. Without taking into account calendar effects, same-store sales grew a more modest 0.4 percent.

  • Reuters14 days ago

    Carrefour Brasil Q1 gross sales up 6 pct from year before

    Gross sales at food retailer Carrefour Brasil SA rose 6 percent to 12.289 billion reais in the first quarter from the year before, according to a securities filing on Tuesday. Same-store sales, a measure ...

  • Carrefour Argentina Considers Job Cuts on Weak Recovery
    Bloomberg18 days ago

    Carrefour Argentina Considers Job Cuts on Weak Recovery

    Carrefour SA is considering offering some workers in Argentina voluntary buyouts as the supermarket chain seeks to return to profit, according to a person with direct knowledge.

  • Associated Press25 days ago

    France: Workers strike at Carrefour markets over job cuts

    PARIS (AP) — Workers at France's Carrefour supermarkets are striking to protest planned job cuts.

  • Reuterslast month

    Carrefour calls on Google for voice boost in battle with Amazon

    Carrefour said it has joined forces with Google to create an online voice assistant called "Lea" as part of the French retailer's digital expansion. Europe's largest retailer announced plans in January to invest 2.8 billion euros ($3.5 billion) in digital commerce by 2022, six times its current investment, in the face of competition from Alexa owner Amazon. Alexa's chief rival is Google Assistant.

  • Carrefour calls on Google for voice boost in battle with Amazon
    Reuterslast month

    Carrefour calls on Google for voice boost in battle with Amazon

    Carrefour said it has joined forces with Google to create an online voice assistant called "Lea" as part of the French retailer's digital expansion. Europe's largest retailer announced plans in January to invest 2.8 billion euros ($3.5 billion) in digital commerce by 2022, six times its current investment, in the face of competition from Alexa owner Amazon. Alexa's chief rival is Google Assistant.

  • The Wall Street Journallast month

    [$$] Carrefour Acquires Majority Stake in French Meal-Kit Startup Quitoque

    Carrefour SA said on Thursday that it has acquired a majority stake in the French meal-kit delivery startup Quitoque SAS.

  • Reuterslast month

    French food retailer Leclerc takes on rivals to crack Paris

    French supermarket chain Leclerc, which launches a home delivery service in Paris this month, also aims to open click and collect stores and hypermarkets in the capital. Leclerc is France's biggest food retailer by market share but most of its 681 stores around the country are outside big cities. Tackling the lucrative Paris market is its next frontier for expansion and Chief Executive Michel-Edouard Leclerc said it will take three years to establish a solid foothold in the city.

  • French food retailer Leclerc takes on rivals to crack Paris
    Reuterslast month

    French food retailer Leclerc takes on rivals to crack Paris

    French supermarket chain Leclerc, which launches a home delivery service in Paris this month, also aims to open click and collect stores and hypermarkets in the capital. Leclerc is France's biggest food retailer by market share but most of its 681 stores around the country are outside big cities. Tackling the lucrative Paris market is its next frontier for expansion and Chief Executive Michel-Edouard Leclerc said it will take three years to establish a solid foothold in the city.

  • Reuterslast month

    Carrefour buys majority stake in French meal delivery company

    PARIS (Reuters) - French retailer Carrefour (CARR.PA) said on Thursday it was buying a majority stake in Quitoque, a French company that delivers meal kits to homes, as part of plans to beef up its digital ...

  • Shares in retailer Carrefour fall after weak Q1 sales
    Reuters Videos13 days ago

    Shares in retailer Carrefour fall after weak Q1 sales

    Carrefour's shares fell on Thursday to touch their lowest level since October 2012, after the French food retailer reported a slowdown in sales growth during the first quarter. Kate King reports.