L’Oreal SA (OREP)

307.80
-0.85(-0.28%)
  • Volume:
    580,464
  • Bid/Ask:
    0.00/0.00
  • Day's Range:
    306.00 - 315.40
  • Type:Equity
  • Market:France
  • ISIN:FR0000120321

OREP Overview

Prev. Close
308.65
Day's Range
306-315.4
Revenue
32.29B
Open
308.85
52 wk Range
301.55-433.65
EPS
8.21
Volume
580,464
Market Cap
165.07B
Dividend (Yield)
4.80
(1.56%)
Average Volume (3m)
521,394
P/E Ratio
37.48
Beta
0.62
1-Year Change
-14.81%
Shares Outstanding
536,280,609
Next Earnings Date
27 Jul 2022
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L’Oreal SA News

  • L'Oreal Earnings, Revenue beat in Q4
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    Investing.com - L'Oreal reported on Wednesday fourth quarter earnings that beat analysts' forecasts and revenue that topped expectations. L'Oreal announced earnings per share of...

L’Oreal SA Analysis

L’Oreal SA Company Profile

L’Oreal SA Company Profile

Employees
85400
Market
France

L'Oreal SA is a France-based cosmetics company. The Company owns a wide range of brands organized into four division: Consumer Products, L’Oreal Luxe, Professionals Products and Active Cosmetics. They include L’Oreal Paris, Maybelline New York, Garnier, Lancme, Yves Saint Laurent, Giorgio Armani, Kiehl’s, Krastase, La Roche-Posay and SkinCeuticals, among others. It offers a wide range of products grouped into six business segments: Skincare, Makeup, Haircare, Hair Coloring, Fragrances and Other. Skincare offering includes facial skincare, face cleaners, body care and sun protection products. The Company owns stores and ecommerce websites. It is active globally.

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  • Network coverate slow moving. Effected. Vote bullish thanks you.
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    • Pretty anaemic growth and trading at 48 X earnings? 27 x EBITDA? 45 X (CFO-CFI) The numbers to make this valuation work just don't make sense. Not sure the P/E can expand much more unless there is a drop in earnings without a drop in the price. If earnings skyrocket due to inflation, then the discount rate needs to come up as well.
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      • Pretty anaemic growth and trading at 48 X earnings? 27 x EBITDA? 45 X (CFO-CFI) The numbers to make this valuation work just don't make sense. Not sure the P/E can expand much more unless there is a drop in earnings without a drop in the price. If earnings skyrocket due to inflation, then the discount rate needs to come up as well. But as usual, I'm probably wrong. Whatever makes sense nowadays has been flushed down the toilet.
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        • #boycott france
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          • #boycottfrenchproduct
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            • Long term gem
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