Christian Dior SE ADR
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- Market Cap.:
- $154.13 billion
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- Revenue TTM:
- $79.18 billion
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- $54.20 billion
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Christian Dior SE ADR had its IPO on under the ticker symbol CHDRY.
The company operates in the Consumer Cyclical sector and Luxury Goods industry. Christian Dior SE ADR has a staff strength of 160,000 employees.
Shares of Christian Dior SE ADR opened at $215 at the start of the last trading session i.e. 2023-03-24.
The stocks traded within a range of $209 - $215.01, and closed at $209.
This is a -1.17% slip from the previous day's closing price.
A total volume of 23 shares were traded at the close of the day’s session.
In the last one week, shares of Christian Dior SE ADR have increased by +5.04%.
Christian Dior SE ADR's Key Ratios
Christian Dior SE ADR has a market cap of $154.13 billion, indicating a price to book ratio of 7.6626 and a price to sales ratio of 1.9968.
In the last 12-months Christian Dior SE ADR’s revenue was $79.18 billion with a gross profit of $54.20 billion and an EBITDA of $24.18 billion. The EBITDA ratio measures Christian Dior SE ADR's overall financial performance and is widely used to measure its profitability.
In the trailing 12-month period, Christian Dior SE ADR’s operating margin was 26.47% while its return on assets stood at 10.3% with a return of equity of 29.21%.
In Q2, Christian Dior SE ADR’s quarterly earnings growth was a positive 11.9% while revenue growth was a positive 19.4%.
Christian Dior SE ADR’s PE and PEG Ratio
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- Trailing PE
Its diluted EPS in the last 12-months stands at $8.15 per share while it has a forward price to earnings multiple of 0 and a PEG multiple of 0. A low price to earnings ratio can mean the stock is attractively valued while a high ratio suggests the stock may be overvalued.
The PEG on the other hand provides a broader view compared to the P/E ratio and gives greater insight into Christian Dior SE ADR’s profitability.
Christian Dior SE ADR stock is trading at a EV to sales ratio of 2.2636 and a EV to EBITDA ratio of 6.4652. Its price to sales ratio in the trailing 12-months stood at 1.9968.
Christian Dior SE ADR stock pays annual dividends of $12 per share, indicating a yield of 1.53% and a payout ratio of 32.99%.
Balance sheet and cash flow metrics
- Total Assets
- $128.51 billion
- Total Liabilities
- $31.96 billion
- Operating Cash Flow
- Capital Expenditure
- $758 million
- Dividend Payout Ratio
Christian Dior SE ADR ended 2023 with $128.51 billion in total assets and $0 in total liabilities. Its intangible assets were valued at $128.51 billion while shareholder equity stood at $17.13 billion.
Christian Dior SE ADR ended 2023 with $0 in deferred long-term liabilities, $31.96 billion in other current liabilities, 361000000.00 in common stock, $2.68 billion in retained earnings and $24.02 billion in goodwill. Its cash balance stood at $8.08 billion and cash and short-term investments were $10.65 billion. The company’s total short-term debt was $13,699,000,000 while long-term debt stood at $10.52 billion.
Christian Dior SE ADR’s total current assets stands at $37.54 billion while long-term investments were $0 and short-term investments were $2.57 billion. Its net receivables were $6.64 billion compared to accounts payable of $7.57 billion and inventory worth $18.92 billion.
In 2023, Christian Dior SE ADR's operating cash flow was $-1022000000.00 while its capital expenditure stood at $758 million.
Comparatively, Christian Dior SE ADR paid $0.33 in dividends in 2023.
Other key metrics
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- Analyst Target Price
Christian Dior SE ADR stock is currently trading at $209 per share. It touched a 52-week high of $221 and a 52-week low of $221. Analysts tracking the stock have a 12-month average target price of $.
Its 50-day moving average was $212.01 and 200-day moving average was $173.98 The short ratio stood at 0 indicating a short percent outstanding of 0%.
Around 0% of the company’s stock are held by insiders while 0% are held by institutions.
Frequently Asked Questions About Christian Dior SE ADR
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Christian Dior SE, through its subsidiaries, engages in the production, distribution, and retail of fashion and leather goods, wines and spirits, perfumes and cosmetics, and watches and jewelry worldwide. The company offers its fashion and leather goods under the Louis Vuitton, Christian Dior Couture, Loewe, Marc Jacobs, Celine, Kenzo, Givenchy, Pink Shirtmaker, Emilio Pucci, Berluti, Loro Piana, Rimowa brand names; wines and spirits under the Hennessy, Glenmorangie, Ardbeg, a Belvedere, Volcán de mi Tierra, Moët & Chandon, Dom Pérignon, Veuve Clicquot, Krug, Château d’Yquem, Ruinart, Belvedere, Glenmorangie, Newton Vineyards, Bodega Numanthia, and Château d’Esclans brand names; and perfumes and cosmetics under the Parfums Christian Dior, Guerlain, Parfums Givenchy, Make Up For Ever, Benefit Cosmetics, Fresh, Acqua di Parma, KVD Vegan Beauty, Fenty, Ole Henriksen, and Maison Francis Kurkdjian brand names. It also provides watches and jewelry under the Tiffany, Bvlgari, TAG Heuer, Zenith, Hublot, Chaumet, and Fred brand names. In addition, the company operates retail stores under the DFS Galleria, Sephora, Le Bon Marché, and Ile de Beauté names; publishes Le Parisien- Aujourd’hui en France, a daily newspaper; designs and builds yachts; and operates the Cova pastry shops. Further, it is involved in real estate activities under the La Samaritaine brand name; and hotel business. The company sells its products through store network, including e-commerce websites; and agents and distributors. As of December 31, 2021, it operated 5,556 stores. The company was incorporated in 1946 and is headquartered in Paris, France. Christian Dior SE was formerly a subsidiary of Semyrhamis SA.