|Bid||0.00 x 0|
|Ask||0.00 x 0|
|Day's Range||80.07 - 80.07|
|52 Week Range||47.95 - 93.50|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||1.79|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||10.47|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||2.30 (2.58%)|
|Ex-Dividend Date||Mar 17, 2023|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
On 8 February 2023, Pandora announced a new share buyback programme, cf. Company announcement no. 769. The share buyback programme is executed in accordance with Regulation (EU) No 596/2014 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16 April 2014 on market abuse (market abuse regulation). The purpose of the programme is to reduce Pandora’s share capital and to meet obligations arising from company incentive programmes. Under the programme Pandora will repurchase shares for an aggregate max
Pandora captures the essence of universal friendship and spirited curiosity with today's launch of its Disney The Little Mermaid collection, featuring seven designs that bring to life the new perspectives of the reimagined classic, championing female empowerment and independence.
Danish jewellery maker Pandora will slow down a planned country-wide relaunch of its brand in China as customer demand has yet to recover to pre-pandemic levels, the company's CEO said on Wednesday. Pandora sees China as a potential driver of future growth, but the world's largest jewellery market is recovering slowly from strict COVID-19 curbs, which were dropped at the end of last year. "The middle-income earner in China is much more careful as they are coming back to the market versus what we saw in Europa and in the U.S.," Chief Executive Alexander Lacik told Reuters on Wednesday.
Financial highlights Brand registers its fourth consecutive quarter of resilient growth despite the macroeconomic challenges.Q1 2023 organic growth at 1% and like-for-like (LFL) at 0%.LFL in key markets in Europe sequentially improves to 0%, US remains at -7% as in Q4 and Rest of Pandora remains strong at 12%.Network expansion drives 3% growth and generates strong margins.Gross margins continue the upward trend witnessed over past years and reach 77.5%, +1.5pp vs. Q1 2022. Pricing actions, chann
In accordance with Section 31 of the Capital Market Act, it is hereby announced that Pandora A/S as of today owns a total of 1,769,938 treasury shares of nominally DKK 1, hence less than 5% of the total share capital and the total voting rights in the Company. The decrease in number of treasury shares is a consequence of the share capital reduction resolved by the Company’s Annual General Meeting on 16 March 2023, which was effected today cf. Company announcement no. 783. ABOUT PANDORAPandora is
At Pandora A/S’ Annual General Meeting on 16 March 2023, it was resolved to reduce the Company’s share capital with a nominal amount of DKK 6,500,000 by cancellation of 6,500,000 treasury shares of DKK 1. The share capital reduction was announced in the Danish Business Authority's it-system on 16 March 2023 and the 4-week notification period has expired with no objections. The Board of Directors has therefore today resolved to effect the share capital reduction. After reduction of the share capi
Today, Pandora A/S (“Pandora”) announces the annual grant of performance shares for 2023 under its Long-term incentive plan (“LTIP”), in accordance with its Remuneration Policy. The LTIP provides for a target grant of 28,114 shares (maximum: 56,228 shares) to Pandora’s Executive Management, conditional on performance (i.e., the grant is in the form of Performance shares units (“PSUs”)). In total, considering all participants (Executive Management and key employees) a target grant of 170,000 shar
On 16 March 2023 the Annual General Meeting (the “Meeting”) in Pandora A/S (the “Company”) was held. The Meeting considered the following agenda items. The Board of Directors' (the “Board”) report on the Company's activities during the past financial year The report was not subject to voting. The Meeting took note of the report. Adoption of the audited 2022 Annual Report The audited 2022 Annual Report was adopted. Presentation of the 2022 Remuneration ReportAn advisory vote was cast for approval
Pandora A/S has successfully placed an aggregate principal amount of EUR 500 million senior unsecured sustainability-linked notes due 2028 (the “Notes”) under its newly established EMTN programme. Investor demand for the new issue peaked at more than EUR 2 billion, following a two-day marketing exercise. The Notes will be issued 10 March 2023, at a price of 99.46 and with a fixed coupon of 4.500% per annum and will be listed on Euronext Dublin. Moody’s is expected to rate the bonds Baa2 and Stan
The Annual General Meeting (the “Meeting”) of Pandora A/S (the "Company") is hereby convened to be held on Thursday, 16 March 2023 at 10:00 a.m. CET (doors will open at 9:30) The Meeting will be held at Pandora A/S, Havneholmen 17-19, DK-1561 Copenhagen V, Denmark with the following agenda: The Board of Directors' (the “Board”) report on the Company's activities during the past financial year.Adoption of the audited 2022 Annual Report.Presentation of the 2022 Remuneration Report.Adoption of prop
Danish jewellery maker Pandora plans to expand its lab-made diamonds product range after customers said they liked the concept but wanted more choice, its boss said on Thursday. Pandora, the world's largest jewellery maker by production capacity, launched its lab-made diamonds collection in August across 269 stores in the United States and Canada as well as online after a smaller pilot launch in Britain in 2021. Chief Executive Alexander Lacik said the group currently offers a total of about 1,200 design variations (DVs), of which just 37 are lab-created diamond products.
COPENHAGEN (Reuters) -Danish jewellery maker Pandora reported better-than-expected fourth-quarter results and record annual sales on Wednesday, sending its shares up more than 8%, although it predicted uncertainty around sales in 2023. Quarterly sales were 9.9 billion Danish crowns ($1.43 billion), above an average forecast of 9.6 billion in a poll of analysts compiled by the company. Sales were at a record 26.5 billion Danish crowns ($3.82 billion) last year, corresponding to growth of 7%, above its guidance of 4% to 6%.
The Board of Directors has decided to launch a new share buy-back programme of DKK 2.4 billion with an intention to go up to a total of DKK 5.0 billion during the next 12 months, depending on how the macroeconomic climate develops throughout the year. Pandora has appointed Danske Bank as lead manager on the initial DKK 2.4 billion buy-back programme, which will run from 8 February 2023 until 30 June 2023. Any subsequent share buy-back programmes will be carried out in the period between 3 July 2
Please find the Annual Report for 2022 and Sustainability Report for 2022 enclosed. Attachments Pandora Annual Report 2022 PAND-2022-12-31-en Pandora Sustainability Report 2022
Financial highlights Full year organic growth ended at 7% (guidance 4-6%) and the EBIT margin at 25.5% (guidance 25-25.5%).Q4 2022 organic growth of 4% (19% vs Q4 2019) comprising of sell-out growth of -1% (negatively impacted by the fire in the European Distribution Center by roughly 1pp) and network expansion of +4%.Brand shows good resilience in macroeconomic uncertainty; US sell-out growth improves sequentially to -7%, Europe resilient at +2% sell-out growth despite some pockets of macro-dri
Pandora announces the following changes to its Board of Directors. Heine DalsgaardDue to recent changes in his executive commitments, Heine Dalsgaard has decided not to seek re-election to Pandora’s Board at the Annual General Meeting in March 2023. Peter A. Ruzicka, Chair of the Board says: “The Board would like to thank him for his valuable contribution to Pandora’s successful development and his support to the Phoenix strategy and wish him all the best in his new role.” Heine Dalsgaard joined
In accordance with section 30 of the Capital Markets Act, Pandora A/S hereby announces that Société Générale S.A. has reduced its holding in the company and now in total controls below 5% of the share and voting rights of the company. About PandoraPandora is the world's largest jewellery brand. The company designs, manufactures and markets hand-finished jewellery made from high-quality materials at affordable prices. Pandora jewellery is sold in more than 100 countries through 6,400 points of sa
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Highlights Organic growth of 3% and sell-out growth of 1% vs Q3 2021 (13% organic growth vs Q3 2019)Phoenix strategy on track. Brand metrics remain strong, the core platform is growing while important steps to build new platforms have been takenPandora’s biggest product platform, Moments, delivered 2% sell-out growth vs Q3 2021 Diamonds by Pandora was launched in North America on 25 August and reached 3% share of sell-out As expected, US was down 3% organically as the market is comping the unusu
On Sunday October 30, Pandora’s European distribution centre, located in Hamburg, Germany was affected by a fire, as communicated earlier, cf. Company Announcement no. 746. The fire has been extinguished and access to the premises is possible. The jewellery inventory is intact, and we expect distribution will be back to normal in a few weeks. In the meantime stock for Pandora stores in Europe will to the furthest possible extent be fulfilled by our Thailand distribution centre to ensure business
Today, Pandora’s European distribution center, located in Hamburg, Germany has been affected by a fire. Fortunately, no people have been impacted by the incident. The fire is under control but firefighting is still ongoing and hence the extent of the damage to the facility, inventories and operational impact is yet to be assessed. To mitigate disruptions caused by the incident Pandora’s other points of distribution will to the furthest possible extent service the European markets . Online sales
Today Pandora announced a jewelry collection inspired by the late artist and activist Keith Haring, who was part of the legendary New York art scene during the 1980s. The 12-piece collection features Haring's colorful and symbolic works including the barking dog, angel baby and signature bold lines.
Pandora, the world's largest jewellery brand, announces today that Diamonds by Pandora is available in the U.S. and Canada. Featuring lab-created diamonds grown in the U.S. and crafted with 100% recycled silver and gold, the new collection combines design and sustainability and makes diamond jewellery – the epitome of luxury – accessible to more people.
Pandora, the world's largest jewellery brand, today announced it is launching lab-created diamond jewellery in the U.S. and Canada. The introduction marks a milestone for the world's largest diamond market, where more consumers will now be able to buy diamond jewellery.
Highlights Organic growth of 3% in Q2 2022 (17% growth vs Q2 2019). On track to deliver on the guidance for 2022High quality growth underpinned by solid performance in our core Moments platform, supported by a continued strong performance in Collabs and in particular the new Marvel collectionUS was down 12% compared with Q2 2021, as the market is comping the unusual effects from last year’s stimulus cheques. US delivered strong organic growth of 59% vs Q2 2019 - in line with Q1 2022. Key Europea