CAN.MX - Carrefour SA

Mexico - Mexico 延遲價格。貨幣為 MXN。
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52 週波幅
Beta 值 (5 年,每月)0.55
市盈率 (最近 12 個月)16.20
每股盈利 (最近 12 個月)21.61
業績公佈日2023年8月01日 - 2023年8月07日
遠期股息及收益率無 (無)
1 年預測目標價
  • Reuters

    Carrefour CEO says well placed to deal with sustained inflation

    Carrefour's chief executive said global inflation is here to stay and that the supermarket chain is well placed to manage it due to its mix of businesses and experience in dealing with rapid inflation in South America. "We have strong discipline of course, it's very important in this moment and we are very experienced with inflation because of our presence in Latin America, in Brazil and in Argentina," Alexandre Bompard said.

  • Reuters

    Carrefour Brasil to elect new board members, sets governance norms

    Supermarket chain Carrefour Brasil said Tuesday that its board approved calling a shareholders meeting to elect new board members and update governance standards. Alexandre Bompard was chosen as candidate to be the chairman of Carrefour Brasil's board and Abilio Diniz as candidate for vice chairman, it said in a securities filing. Bompard is the chairman and chief executive officer of France's Carrefour SA, while Brazilian businessman Diniz holds a stake in the company through his Peninsula investment holding.

  • Reuters

    Carrefour confident on 2022 despite mounting challenges

    Carrefour is looking at 2022 with confidence as it works on a new strategy that will allow the French retailer to step up digital expansion and be more resilient amid an increasingly uncertain environment, its boss said on Friday. Carrefour, which last year failed to tie up with Canada's Couche-Tard and France's Auchan, has the financial means to expand as a standalone company, Chairman and Chief Executive Alexandre Bompard also told shareholders. "Our group never had to face so many challenges," Bompard said, citing the COVID and the climate crisis, resulting disruptions to supply chains and inflationary pressures made worse by the crisis in Ukraine.