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DAVIDE CAMPARI-MIL.EO-,01 (58H.MU)

Munich - Munich Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
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11.29-0.03 (-0.31%)
At close: 08:15AM CET
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Previous close11.32
Open11.29
Bid11.26 x N/A
Ask11.32 x N/A
Day's range11.29 - 11.29
52-week range8.81 - 13.35
Volume500
Avg. volume13
Market capN/A
Beta (5Y monthly)N/A
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters

    Campari to raise drinks prices in 2022 to offset surging costs

    Italy's Campari plans bigger than usual increases in drinks prices next year to offset surging costs for logistics and raw materials including glass, alcohol and sugar, its top executive said. On Tuesday the maker of Aperol and Campari bitters reported a 12.8% yearly rise in like-for-like sales in the July-September period as consumers went back to drinking and dining out and splurged on aperitifs. "We normally raise prices every year... in 2022 we plan to have more robust increases than usual, given higher costs on all raw materials," said Campari CEO Bob Kunze-Concewitz in a phone interview with Reuters after Q3 results.

  • Reuters

    Exclusive: Campari says imitation is flattery as Aperol faces challengers

    Italian drinks group Campari sees plenty of room for growth from its best-selling beverage Aperol and is not worried about the threat from competitors, including a new spritz cocktail launched by LVMH's Moet Hennessy. In an interview with Reuters at the opening of the first flagship bar for Aperol in Venice, Campari Chief Executive Bob Kunze-Concewitz said the group is confident the bright orange aperitif could continue to grow by double digits over the years and attract new customers among beer drinkers. Kunze-Concewitz also said the group's strategy is still to expand through acquisitions and that in the medium to long term the group aims to secure big deals.

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    Drinks makers target high-end spirits for post-COVID growth

    BENGALURU/MILAN (Reuters) -Major drinks companies are making deals and reaching joint ventures to boost their offerings of spirits priced at $200-a-bottle and up, the fastest-growing segment in the $1 trillion global market for alcoholic drinks. Louis Vuitton's wines and spirits division Moët Hennessy and rival Campari last month announced an alliance to sell premium beverages online as they jostle for a piece of the $50 billion global high-end spirits market. Pernod Ricard, which makes Martell cognac, over the past two years has invested in a number of "super‐premium" and "ultra‐premium brands," including a "significant investment" in Japan's Kyoto Distillery, the producer of ultra‐premium gin Ki No Bi.