SDXAY - Sodexo S.A.

Other OTC - Other OTC Delayed Price. Currency in USD
14.03
+0.79 (+5.97%)
At close: 3:45PM EDT
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Previous close13.24
Open14.04
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's range13.80 - 14.09
52-week range10.15 - 23.91
Volume96,644
Avg. volume69,196
Market cap10.186B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.90
PE ratio (TTM)13.87
EPS (TTM)1.01
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.64 (4.56%)
Ex-dividend date30 Jan 2020
1y target estN/A
  • Coronavirus could impact Sodexo's annual revenue by $2.2 billion
    Reuters

    Coronavirus could impact Sodexo's annual revenue by $2.2 billion

    French catering and food services group Sodexo on Wednesday suspended its annual forecast and said the coronavirus pandemic could impact its annual sales by 2 billion euros ($2.2 billion) (1.82 billion pounds).

  • Sodexo expects second-half hit from French strikes, Hong Kong unrest
    Reuters

    Sodexo expects second-half hit from French strikes, Hong Kong unrest

    Sodexo said it expects French strikes and unrest in Chile and Hong Kong to hit its second quarter results, knocking its shares 2% lower on Thursday. "We do not know yet what the impact of fires in Australia will be," CEO Denis Machuel told a media call. France has seen national protests against President Emmanuel Macron’s pension reform plans, while Hong Kong has been hit by at times violent anti-government protests.

  • Reuters

    French antitrust body fines meal vouchers cartel 415 million euros

    French antitrust body Autorite de la Concurrence on Wednesday fined the main French meal voucher firms nearly 415 million euros (£356.52 million) for preventing rivals from entering the market. The companies targeted were Edenred France, Up, Natixis Intertitres, Sodexo Pass France and La Centrale de Reglement des Titres (CRT), the association that handles reimbursment of meal vouchers for the companies. Edenred, Sodexo and Natixis said they will appeal the decision.

  • Democratic leaders push to end labor dispute and save debate
    Associated Press

    Democratic leaders push to end labor dispute and save debate

    Democratic officials are pushing for an end to a labor dispute that threatens the party's sixth presidential primary debate, scheduled for Thursday on a California university campus. Xochitl Hinojosa, the Democratic National Committee’s communications director and a lead debate organizer for DNC Chairman Tom Perez, said Monday that Perez “spent the entire weekend” urging stakeholders to engage in good-faith, mediated negotiations.

  • Competition among alternative protein players gets hot as companies beef up with new deals
    TechCrunch

    Competition among alternative protein players gets hot as companies beef up with new deals

    The competition for control of the burgeoning market for burger replacements (and other alternatives to animal proteins) continues to heat up. Beyond Meat and Impossible Foods, the two leading contenders for top purveyor of plant-based patties (and other formulations), have spent most of the typically sleepy summer months jockeying for position as top supplier to a food industry suddenly ravenous for alternatives to traditional meat products. As soon as the first Impossible Whoppers came off the flame broilers at Burger King, Beyond Meat was announcing a new fast food chain supply deal of its own with Subway.

  • Fintech firm Zeta's valuation climbs to $300M in its first external funding round
    TechCrunch

    Fintech firm Zeta's valuation climbs to $300M in its first external funding round

    Startups looking to expand the reach of financial services continue to receive a nod from investors. Zeta, a fintech firm that runs a full stack neo-banking platform and offers enterprise payments solutions, said today its valuation reached $300 million in its maiden outside funding. Sodexo BRS funded Zeta’s Series C round to take a minority stake in the company.

  • Sodexo shares slump as it warns of slower sales growth
    Reuters

    Sodexo shares slump as it warns of slower sales growth

    Shares in Sodexo slumped on Monday after the French food services group warned the loss of several contracts in healthcare and sports and leisure in North America would weigh on fourth-quarter sales and also impact the start of next year. Chief Executive Denis Machuel nevertheless struck a confident tone over prospects for next year as the world's largest catering services group after Britain's Compass beat market expectations for third quarter sales growth. Sodexo rattled investors' nerves last year after warnings related to weakness in North America, where cost savings have not been as high as expected and several large contracts have taken time to pay off.