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LVMH Moët Hennessy - Louis Vuitton, Société Européenne (LVMUY)

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152.46-2.64 (-1.70%)
At close: 03:59PM EDT
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Previous close155.10
Open152.90
Bid152.40 x 40000
Ask152.51 x 40000
Day's range152.00 - 152.99
52-week range138.11 - 200.76
Volume38,154
Avg. volume176,717
Market cap383.51B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.99
PE ratio (TTM)23.49
EPS (TTM)6.49
Earnings date23 Jul 2024 - 29 Jul 2024
Forward dividend & yield2.79 (1.83%)
Ex-dividend date19 Apr 2024
1y target est205.45
  • Reuters

    Italian court seeks tougher checks on luxury suppliers after worker exploitation probes

    Luxury firms should beef up checks on suppliers to ensure they respect labour laws, according to Italy-wide proposals from Milan's court of justice following worker exploitation probes involving units of LVMH and Giorgio Armani. The proposed scheme, which would not be legally binding, marks an attempt by magistrates in Italy's fashion capital to tackle what they have described in documents seen by Reuters as "a generalised manufacturing method" that put people's lives at risk to boost profit margins.

  • Reuters

    LVMH's unit put under court administration in Italy over labour exploitation

    MILAN (Reuters) -An Italian subsidiary of French luxury giant LVMH that makes Dior-branded handbags was placed under court administration on Monday, after a probe alleged it had sub-contracted work to Chinese-owned firms that mistreated workers. This is the third such decision this year by the Milan court in charge of pre-emptive measures, which in April named a commissioner to run a company owned by Giorgio Armani due to accusations the fashion group was "culpably failing" to adequately oversee its suppliers. Armani Group said at the time it had always sought to "minimise abuses in the supply chain".

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