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Carrefour CA Stock Quote

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  • Last Close 16.44
  • Sector Consumer Defensive
  • Industry Grocery Stores
  • Investment Style Large Blend
  • Day Range 16.38  –  16.50
  • Year Range 13.85  –  19.19
  • Market Cap 11.7300 Bil
  • Volume / Avg 418,567.0 /  1.7 Mil
  • Price / Sales 0.14
  • Price / Book 1.04
  • Forward Div Yield 3.24%
  • Trailing Div Yield 4.26%

Morningstar‘s Stock Analysis CA

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Carrefour provides exposure to global food retail with a high European weighting, mostly in the mature and competitive western part of the continent: France, Spain, Italy, and Belgium. However, it is highly exposed to the large hypermarket format, which is in structural decline in mature markets. This is because of consumer behaviour shifts and demographic trends (less waste, lower family formation rates, smaller families), which have contributed to the structural growth of convenience over one-stop shops, with shoppers preferring more frequent shopping trips and smaller baskets.

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Carrefour is a multiformat retailer with operations in more than 30 countries, with tens of thousands of shops globally, over 1,000 drive-thru locations, and about 340,000 employees. Although hypermarkets still account for the bulk of sales in France, the company, founded in 1959, is expanding away from its initial large hypermarket style. Due to its emphasis on creating smaller stores, its exposure to the nonfood sector has decreased. Approximately 73% of sales are generated in Europe, and the rest in Latin America (27%).

93 Avenue de Paris, Massy Cedex
Paris, 91300, FRA
Industry Grocery Stores
Employees 334,640

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FAQs for Carrefour Stock

Yes. CA has a forward dividend yield of 3.41%. See CA’s full dividends and stock split history on the Dividend tab.
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CA’s market cap is 11.73 Bil.
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CA’s stock style is Large Core.
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CA’s price/sales is 0.14.
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CA’s price/forward earnings is 9.90.
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CA’s price/book is 1.04.
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