|Bid||0.00 x 0|
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|Day's Range||755.05 - 765.60|
|52 Week Range||369.00 - 776.54|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||0.98|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||67.62|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||7.24 (0.94%)|
|Ex-Dividend Date||Apr. 20, 2021|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
When I was about eight, my parents took me and my sister on a canal boat from Leamington Spa to Stratford-upon-Avon. It rained constantly, the catering was 1970s at its worst, we went for a walk in a field by the canal and came back with the turn-ups of our flares heaving with slugs, and the cat died while we were away. But it remains one of my fondest holiday memories. Operating the locks became a pleasant ritual. Piloting our little narrow boat through the murky Victorian tunnels was spooky and exciting. Other boaters were friendly. The beds were satisfyingly small and cleverly hidden. And, best of all, our parents couldn’t get away. We had their undivided attention for days on end and soaked it up gleefully. How they must have hated it. Despite our pleading, we never went back and reverted instead to holidays off season in European cultural centres, being dragged round museums that smelled, we thought, of fish. Every time I walk along a canal these days, I feel nostalgic. And no matter how often people describe the downsides of living full-time on a boat, I’ve always hankered for the experience. I’m with Ratty in The Wind in the Willows and believe “there is nothing – absolutely nothing – half so much worth doing as simply messing about in boats”. However, my husband didn’t think that a wet October on the Worcester and Birmingham canal was likely to meet with much approval from our children, aged 11 and 13, and he didn’t warm to the idea of standing in a gale piloting a boat while I cooked ineptly in a tiny kitchen. So – and this was back before Covid changed everything for the worse – we raised our game and plumped instead for a week on board the Alouette on the Canal du Midi.
Wine and spirits maker Moët Hennessy is anticipating a “post-Covid renaissance” as consumers flock to newly reopened bars and restaurants and splash out on pricier brands on a quest for celebration. “People are clearly trading up,” said Philippe Schaus, chief executive of the LVMH-owned company.
Paris, May 10th, 2021 The disclosure of share transactions carried out from May 3rd to May 7th, 2021 was sent to the AMF on May 10th, 2021. As required by current law, this document is publically available and can be consulted on the Company’s website (www.lvmh.com) under the section «regulated information». Attachment Share Transactions Disclosure from May 3rd to May 7th 2021