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The Swatch Group is the biggest vertically integrated Swiss watch manufacturer with 18 brands covering all price ranges, from entry to ultraluxury. Swatch-owned brands account for around 35% of Swiss watch exports, and the company supplies competitors with watch movements. Swatch Group’s luxury brands boast 100- to 200-year histories, iconic collections, and deep cultural heritage. Most of Swatch's brands (at price points below $10,000) benefit from a cost advantage through scale and a higher degree of production automation.

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Swatch Group’s biggest brands are Omega (number-two Swiss watch brand by sales after Rolex), Longines (the largest premium watch brand and number four by sales globally), Breguet, Tissot (the leader in midrange Swiss watches), and Swatch. Swatch group employs over 31,000 people, half of them in Switzerland. We estimate that Swatch Group makes about 28% of its sales from Omega, 18% from ultraluxury brands, 20% from Longines, 12% from Tissot, and 4% from Swatch. We estimate Omega and Longines to be the group’s most profitable brands.

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Bienne, 2501, CHE
Industry Luxury Goods
Employees 31,405

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Yes. UHR has a forward dividend yield of 2.20%. See UHR’s full dividends and stock split history on the Dividend tab.
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UHR’s market cap is 13.25 Bil.
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UHR’s stock style is Mid Core.
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UHR’s price/sales is 1.72.
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UHR’s price/forward earnings is 14.03.
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UHR’s price/book is 1.14.
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