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Oriflame Holding AG (ORIFL.ST)

ORIFL.ST on Stockholm Stock Exchange

316.00SEK
18 May 2018
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Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

Oriflame Q3 operating profit tops forecast ​
Wednesday, 8 Nov 2017 

Nov 8 (Reuters) - Oriflame Holding AG :Q3 ‍operating margin was 11.0% (9.0%), negatively impacted by 160 bps from currencies, and operating profit was EUR 32.5m (EUR 25.2m)​.Says ‍year to date sales development is approximately 10% in local currency and development in Q4 to date is approximately 11% in local currency​.Oriflame Holding AG says ‍local currency sales increased by 11% and euro sales increased by 6% to EUR 295.3m (EUR 278.9m)​.Says ‍overall performance in Asia & Turkey remained strong, although with variations within region​.Says ‍growth in CIS continued, supported by sustained high productivity levels​.Says ‍Latin America was affected by earthquakes and negative timing​.Says ‍number of registered actives was stable at 2.6m.​.  Full Article

Oriflame beats forecasts Q2, number of active consultans shrinks
Tuesday, 16 Aug 2016 

Oriflame Holding AG : Q2 local currency sales increased by 17 pct and euro sales increased by 3 pct to 309.6 million euro (301). . Q2 operating profit 30.8 million euro (21.7) . Reuters poll: Oriflame Q2 sales were seen at 296 million eur, EBIT at 26.5 million . Oriflame holding says year to date sales development is approximately 14 pct in local currency and development in q3 to date is approximately 12 pct in local currency .Number of active consultants decreased by 5 pct to 2.9 million..  Full Article

Sweden's Oriflame misses profit expectations as Russian sales fall

STOCKHOLM, May 4 Swedish beauty products company Oriflame on Friday posted lower than expected first-quarter operating profit and said its Russian sales were falling, sending its share price plunging by 16 percent.