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EssilorLuxottica Société anonyme (ESLOF)

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148.84-7.52 (-4.81%)
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Previous close156.36
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Day's range147.53 - 154.16
52-week range147.53 - 221.50
Avg. volume3,452
Market cap65.428B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.90
PE ratio (TTM)43.03
EPS (TTM)3.46
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield2.78 (1.78%)
Ex-dividend date31 May 2022
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters

    Mark Zuckerberg teases wearable tech with neural interface in Facebook post

    Meta Platforms Inc's chief executive, Mark Zuckerberg, on Wednesday teased a new smart glasses project with EssilorLuxottica, posting a photo of the eyewear company's chairman sporting a prototype of a neural interface wristband - designed for directing other devices. "Here Leonardo is using a prototype of our neural interface EMG [electromyography] wristband that will eventually let you control your glasses and other devices," Zuckerberg said in a post on Facebook, referring to EssilorLuxottica's chairman, Leonardo Del Vecchio.

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    China slowdown concerns dim Ray-ban maker EssilorLuxottica's first quarter

    (Reuters) -EssilorLuxottica's shares slipped on Friday as a downturn in its China business overshadowed the French-Italian eyewear company's overall better-than-expected first-quarter sales. The group, which makes sunglasses and spectacle frames for Prada and Versace, reported "deteriorating" sales in mainland China as coronavirus cases surged, saying about three quarters of its locations were impacted by COVID-related closures or subdued footfall. "We are still going through severe traffic decline over there," finance chief Stefano Grassi said on a call, adding that it was widespread with only "a handful of exceptions".

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    Eyewear maker EssilorLuxottica looks beyond pandemic as sales continue to rebound

    The world's biggest eyewear company EssilorLuxottica reported strong sales growth in the fourth quarter, rising further above pre-pandemic levels and boosted by its performance in the United States and its GrandVision acquisition. Shares in EssilorLuxottica, which owns the Oakley and Ray-Ban sunglass brands and makes sunglasses and spectacle frames for labels including Chanel and Prada, were up 2.3% after the quarterly results, which slightly beat analysts' forecasts. The company said fourth-quarter revenue came to 5.58 billion euros ($6.14 billion), including GrandVision, up around 32% from a year earlier and up nearly 35% from the 2019 pre-pandemic level at constant exchange rates.