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Remy Cointreau SA (RCOP.PA)

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Remy CFO ok with consensus for FY 18/19 operating profit growth
Thursday, 7 Jun 2018 

June 7 (Reuters) - Remy Cointreau SA CFO Luca Marotta tells analyts::CFO SAYS IS "OK" WITH ANALYSTS CONSENSUS FOR FY 18/19 CURRENT OPERATING PROFIT GROWTH OF 12-13 PERCENT AT CONSTANT FOREX, SCOPE.CFO SAYS EXPECT FOREX IMPACT ON CURRENT OPERATING PROFIT OF SOME 17 MILLION EUROS FOR FY 18/19.CEO VALERIE CHAPOULAUD-FLOQUET SAYS VERY CONFIDENT OVER CHINA, EYEING LOW DOUBLE DIGIT SALES GROWTH IN CHINA IN FY 18/19.  Full Article

Remy Cointreau Appoints Philippe Farnier CEO Of The House Of Rémy Martin
Tuesday, 3 Apr 2018 

April 3 (Reuters) - REMY COINTREAU SA ::PHILIPPE FARNIER, THE CURRENT CEO OF THE AMERICAS REGION, IS APPOINTED CEO OF THE HOUSE OF RÉMY MARTIN, HE WILL ALSO HAVE RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE RÉMY MARTIN AND LOUIS XIII BRANDS.IAN MCLERNON, THE CURRENT CEO OF THE GLOBAL TRAVEL RETAIL DIVISION, IS THUS APPOINTED CEO OF THE AMERICAS REGION.DAVID ENNES BECOMES CEO OF GLOBAL TRAVEL RETAIL IN ADDITION TO HIS CURRENT RESPONSIBILITIES AS CEO OF THE ASIA REGION.JEAN-DENIS VOIN, CEO OF THE LIQUEURS AND SPIRITS DIVISION, WILL ADD THE MOUNT GAY RUM BRAND TO HIS PORTFOLIO.  Full Article

Remy Cointreau CEO says "comfortable" with group's portfolio of brands
Thursday, 23 Nov 2017 

Nov 23 (Reuters) - Remy Cointreau CEO Valerie Chapoulaud Floquet tells a news conference::Very confident over inventory levels, Louis XIII cognac has a plan with a 50 year horizon.Says "comfortable" with group' current portfolio of brands.  Full Article

Remy Cointreau confident over Chinese New Year prospects
Thursday, 23 Nov 2017 

Nov 23 (Reuters) - Remy Cointreau CEO Valerie Chapoulaud-Floquet tells a news conference::Says Chinese market confirming rebound, mid-Autumn festival was excellent for all brands, expects good Chinese New Year in February..Says Remy Martin cognac sales growing double digit in U.S., "very confident" over cognac prospects in U.S in H2..  Full Article

Remy Cointreau says China performance can improve further over 3-5 years
Tuesday, 17 Oct 2017 

Oct 17 (Reuters) - Remy Cointreau Chief Financial Officer Luca Marotti::Says on conference call that the negative foreign exchange impact on net group results, when modelled on a yearly basis, will be around 7 to 8 million euros ($9.42 million).Says China can improve performance over the next three to five years, though not necessarily "in a straight line".Says aiming in the medium term to increase annual advertising spend at a higher pace than sales growth.  Full Article

Remy Cointreau proposes dividend of 1.65 euros per share
Tuesday, 25 Jul 2017 

July 25 (Reuters) - REMY COINTREAU ::PROPOSES DIVIDEND OF EUR 1.65 PER SHARE.GENERAL MEETING DECIDED TO GRANT EVERY SHAREHOLDER OPTION OF RECEIVING PAYMENT OF DIVIDEND IN CASH OR IN SHARES FOR ENTIRE DIVIDEND PAID.DIVIDEND COUPON WILL BE DETACHED ON 1 AUGUST 2017 AND DIVIDEND WILL BE PAYABLE FROM 4 SEPTEMBER 2017.ISSUE PRICE OF NEW SHARE WILL BE EUR 89.93.REQUEST WILL BE MADE TO ADMIT NEW SHARES TO TRADING ON EURONEXT STOCK EXCHANGE, PARIS.  Full Article

Remy CFO says FY 17/18 profit consensus "ambitious" though "achievable"
Thursday, 20 Jul 2017 

July 20 (Reuters) - Remy Cointreau CFO Luca Marotta tells a call with analysts::Analysts consensus for FY 17/18 operating profit of 244-245 million euros "quite ambitious" though "still achievable"..CFO says "if operating profit is better than expected, we will reinvest more".  Full Article

Remy Cointreau very positive on China for rest of year - CFO
Thursday, 20 Jul 2017 

July 20 (Reuters) - Remy Cointreau CFO Luca Marotta tells analysts:Expects cognac sales to return to growth in america in q2 - cfo.Remy Cointreau is very positive for rest of the year for prospects in china - cfo.  Full Article

Orpar places EUR 200 mln zero-coupon bond exchangeable for Rémy Cointreau shares
Wednesday, 14 Jun 2017 

June 14 (Reuters) - ORPAR:SAID ON TUESDAY IT SUCCESSFULLY PLACED ZERO COUPON BONDS EXCHANGEABLE FOR RÉMY COINTREAU SHARES DUE JUNE 2024 FOR A NOMINAL AMOUNT OF EUR 200 MILLION .NEW BONDS WILL BE ISSUED AT PAR AND WILL HAVE A EUR 100,000 PAR VALUE.IMPLIED EXCHANGE PRICE OF THE NEW BONDS REPRESENTS A PREMIUM OF 40% OVER THE REFERENCE PRICE1 OF RÉMY COINTREAU SHARES.NEW BONDS WILL BE REPAID ON JUNE 20TH, 2024 IN CASH AT A REPAYMENT PRICE OF 101.76% OF THE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT, IMPLYING AN ANNUAL GROSS YIELD TO MATURITY OF 0.25% .HOLDERS OF NEW BONDS WILL BE ENTITLED TO REQUIRE EARLY REDEMPTION OF THEIR BONDS ON THE FIFTH ANNIVERSARY OF THEIR ISSUE AT A REPAYMENT PRICE OF 101.26% .APPROXIMATELY 100% OF OUTSTANDING EXCHANGEABLE BONDS DUE 2019 ORIGINALLY ISSUED HAVE BEEN OFFERED BY THEIR HOLDERS IN THE CONTEXT OF THE REPURCHASE .REPURCHASE PRICE HAS BEEN SET AT EUR 121,570.54 PER OUTSTANDING BOND .SETTLEMENT OF THE REPURCHASE IS EXPECTED TO OCCUR ON JUNE 20TH, 2017 .  Full Article

Remy CFO says "fine" with consensus for 10-11 percent growth in FY 16/17 operating profit
Wednesday, 19 Apr 2017 

April 19 (Reuters) - Remy Cointreau CFO Luca Marotta:Says group "very happy" about prospects for China in FY 17/18.Says Chinese New Year was "very very good" , group gained significant market share in mainland China in value.Remy Cointreau paying close attention to final consumption in China, cognac stock levels are "healthy".Says "very confident" over growth prospects for FY 2017/18 after achieving 6 percent group underlying organic sales growth in FY16/17.Says does not expect the group to make any major acquisition in the next quarters.Says says "fine" with market expectations of 10-11 percent growth in FY 2016-17 current operating profit at constant exchange rates and consolidation scope.Source text for Eikon: [ID:].  Full Article

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Trade war threatens reign of luxury stocks

LONDON/PARIS An escalating trade war between the United States and China could abruptly end a glittering stock market run for luxury goods firms, with some investors already put off by lofty valuations in a sector powered by shoppers in the two countries.