CASINO GUICHARD-PERRACHON (CGUSY)

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0.09 1.03
OTC
Prev Close 8.70
Open 8.55
Day Low/High 8.55 / 8.80
52 Wk Low/High 5.00 / 10.72
Volume 2.12K
Exchange OTC
Shares Outstanding 109.73B
Market Cap 5.88B
Div & Yield N.A. (N.A)

Latest News

French Supermarket's Casino and Carrefour Fall as Sales Growth Disappoints

French Supermarket's Casino and Carrefour Fall as Sales Growth Disappoints

Casino said first quarter sales growth slowed to 3.1% with French hypermarket sales-growth turning negative amid ongoing strong competition.

Europe's Biggest Retailer Carrefour Sinks on UBS and Goldman Downgrades

Europe's Biggest Retailer Carrefour Sinks on UBS and Goldman Downgrades

Margins at Europe's biggest supermarket operator are under pressure in France, while investors will look for signs of a promised turnaround in Asia when sales figures are released next week.

Carrefour Continues to Struggle on its Home French Turf

Carrefour Continues to Struggle on its Home French Turf

France's major retailers are taking significant hits from domestic markets on their bottom lines amid a persistently weak consumer environment in Europe's second-largest economy.

France's Casino Proves a Losing Bet as Results and Forecasts Disappoint

France's Casino Proves a Losing Bet as Results and Forecasts Disappoint

Shares in the supermarket operator fell almost 5% on weaker-than-expected sales and earnings for 2016, while this year's forecast also came in under analyst expectations.

Carson Block's Muddy Waters Churns China Huishan Dairy With Claim of 'Zero Value'

Carson Block's Muddy Waters Churns China Huishan Dairy With Claim of 'Zero Value'

Shares in China's biggest dairy company are suspended after the notorious short-seller alleges accounting fraud, illegal payments and crippling debt.

European Stocks Rise on Greek Bailout; European Central Bank Meets Today

European Stocks Rise on Greek Bailout; European Central Bank Meets Today

European markets rose on Thursday after the Greek parliament approved tough austerity measures demanded of the country by its eurozone creditors in return for an €86 billion ($93.4 billion) bailout.