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Carrefour SA (CRERF)

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17.75+0.30 (+1.72%)
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Previous Close17.45
Open17.45
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range17.45 - 17.75
52 Week Range13.74 - 22.42
Volume60,913
Avg. Volume3,974
Market Cap12.968B
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.55
PE Ratio (TTM)12.77
EPS (TTM)1.39
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.56 (3.19%)
Ex-Dividend DateJun 07, 2022
1y Target Est23.75
  • Reuters

    UPDATE 1-Carrefour Brasil profit slumps nearly 60% on high interest rates

    Carrefour Brasil on Wednesday posted a third-quarter adjusted net profit that slumped 59% from a year earlier, hit by high interest rates on the retailer's surging debt following its acquisition of Grupo BIG. The Brazilian arm of French supermarket giant Carrefour posted a quarterly profit of 256 million reais ($49.5 million) compared to 621 million reais in the same period last year. The company pointed to high interest rates on its debt, as well as costs it incurred from its acquisition of Grupo BIG, one of Brazil's biggest food retailers, which it agreed to buy last year for a 7.5 billion reais price tag.

  • Reuters

    Carrefour Brasil profit slumps nearly 60% on high interest rates

    SAO PAULO (Reuters) -Carrefour Brasil on Wednesday posted a third-quarter adjusted net profit that slumped 59% from a year earlier, hit by high interest rates on the retailer's surging debt following its acquisition of Grupo BIG.The Brazilian arm of French supermarket giant Carrefour posted a quarterly profit of 256 million reais ($49.5 million) compared to 621 million reais in the same period last year. The company pointed to high interest rates on its debt, as well as costs it incurred from its acquisition of Grupo BIG, one of Brazil's biggest food retailers, which it agreed to buy last year for a 7.5 billion reais price tag. Carrefour's net debt almost doubled from a year earlier to reach close to 19 billion reais, largely due to the acquisition, while its operating costs grew 56% to 3.57 billion reais.

  • Bloomberg

    Billionaire’s Money Manager Gets Ready for Brazil ‘Down Rounds’

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