Carrefour SA (CARR)

17.32
+0.27(+1.55%)
  • Volume:
    1,907,802
  • Bid/Ask:
    0.00/0.00
  • Day's Range:
    17.09 - 17.40

CARR Overview

Prev. Close
17.05
Day's Range
17.09 - 17.4
Revenue
72.15B
Open
17.1
52 wk Range
12.1 - 18.1
EPS
0.81
Volume
1,907,802
Market Cap
13.92B
Dividend (Yield)
0.48 (2.83%)
Average Vol. (3m)
2,788,103
P/E Ratio
20.81
Beta
0.43
1-Year Change
33.62%
Shares Outstanding
808,166,301
Next Earnings Date
Jul 29, 2021
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Carrefour SA Company Profile

Carrefour SA Company Profile

Sector
Services
Employees
322164
Market
France

Carrefour SA is a France-based retail distribution group, which operates through four geographical segments: France, Rest of Europe, Latin America and Asia. The Group operates more than 12,000 stores and e-commerce sites in more than 30 countries across the globe. Its stores come in a variety of formats and channels, such as hypermarkets, supermarkets, convenience stores, cash & carry stores, hyper cash stores, drive and e-commerce. Its product offering includes a wide range of local fresh produce, meats prepared on site, fresh fish, as well as bakery products, consumer goods and nonfood products. Additionally, the Group offers complementary services, including package pick-up points, key copying, vehicle hire, pharmacies and health/beauty care, fuel oil delivery, financial and insurance services, together with leisure services, such as travel agencies, tickets for shows and photo services, among others.

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  • After dividend I will sell these.Had them for 3 years but I give up...Already bought Ahold Delhaize at € 21,8 instead
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    • winter months data incoming next .. in the next couple weeks some of this shorts are likely to be lifted
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      • Yeah, recent Carrefour-story is a clear example why do I avoid French stocks. Only for very short term (1 to 2 weeks) speculating sometimes when chart is clear.
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        • Maybe you can't understand french stocks because you've never searched how to understand them - a french investor
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      • Sell off lundi
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        • Prophet :P
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      • a lot are getting out, take a profit, I wonder what moves them
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        • https://www.bnnbloomberg.ca/circle-k-owner-couche-tard-said-to-explore-purchase-of-carrefour-1.1547632 interesting.
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          • Excellent sales momentum in Q3: +8.4% on a like-for-like basis (LFL), best performance in at least 20 yearsresponse: zip, nada, nothing
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            • v
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              • volumes up rcntly, smthng sup
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                • 10€
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                  • bye sam
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                    • BTW should B defensive
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                      • going nowhere, quite boring
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                        • Target: 14.29
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                          • why?
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                          • Jonathan Szalavecz Tbh, I'm not very sure why I wrote this, maybe just a reminder to enter in the stock due to the fact that it only means a -2.94% from 2017 minimum 13.87. However, if Trump tariffs get harder we could expect lower than 13.87 level reaching 1994 minimum 13.34. This week is the final week of the year for Trump to act. We'll see how it goes
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                        • time to buy and hold
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                          • Really?
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                        • Carrefour : Essoufflement de la hausse !. .  Bonjour !. . Voici le lien : https://riefelicia.wixsite.com/penserbusiness/blog/carrefour-essoufflement-de-la-hausse
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                          • GOOD TO BUY
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                            • Bearish mode over?
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                              • Potential alliance between Carrefour and Casino Financial analysts received yesterday an information concerning a possible alliance between the Carrefour group and the Casino group. It was rumored that this alliance was initiated by Carrefour CEO Alexandre Bompard. Bompard, always trying to find new strategies and solutions to the group’s many problems, is also said to be heavily influenced by BRF CEO and Carrefour major shareholder Abilio Diniz. An article recently published on Brazilian business website Valor (http://www.valor.com.br/empresas/5351367/carrefour-sonda-casino-sobre-fusao) raises several questions. Financial analysts know for sure that while Bompard has a knack for PR, he is also a poor market strategist. Between an undefined business model and a well-structured business model, the choice seems obvious. Potential investors and buyers were not fooled for a second and have already chosen the proven model.
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                                • Carrefour will be bought by Wal Mart, almost sure of that
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                                • Jonathan SzalaveczTHANKS FOR THE HEADS UP! BUYING 2500 SHARES. THANKS FOR SHARING VALUABLE INFO.
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                              • Sell Carrefour ,Buy from 21 or lower
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                                • Thnx
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                                • That was great advice
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