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Lojas Renner SA (LREN3.SA)

LREN3.SA on Sao Paulo Stock Exchange

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17 Jul 2019
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About

Lojas Renner SA is a Brazil-based company primarily engaged in the retail of apparel and fashion accessories. The Company's activities are divided in two segments: Retail and Financial. The Retail division focuses on sale of women's, men's and children's garment items, underwear and shoes, sportswear, as well as perfumery,... (more)

Overall

Beta: 0.87
Market Cap(Mil.): R$ 38,301.45
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 793.81
Dividend: 0.08
Yield (%): 1.01

Financials

  LREN3.SA Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 36.41 35.57 19.15
EPS (TTM): 1.33 -- --
ROI: 20.30 13.19 10.78
ROE: 29.21 17.32 12.62

Brazil retailer Lojas Renner beats quarterly profit estimates

SAO PAULO Brazil's largest fashion retailer, Lojas Renner SA, reported on Thursday a quarterly net profit that was 45 percent higher year-on-year and greatly exceeded market expectations, helped by double-digit sales growth despite a sluggish economy.

25 Apr 2019

UPDATE 1-Brazil retailer Lojas Renner beats quarterly profit estimates

SAO PAULO, April 25 Brazil's largest fashion retailer, Lojas Renner SA, reported on Thursday a quarterly net profit that was 45 percent higher year-on-year and greatly exceeded market expectations, helped by double-digit sales growth despite a sluggish economy.

25 Apr 2019

Brazil retailer Lojas Renner beats quarterly profit estimates

SAO PAULO, April 25 Brazil's largest fashion retailer, Lojas Renner SA, reported a quarterly net profit on Thursday that was 45 percent higher year-on-year and greatly exceeded market expectations, helped by double-digit growth in sales despite a still sluggish economy.

25 Apr 2019

Brazil retailer Lojas Renner says strong 2018 finish carried into 2019

SAO PAULO, Feb 8 Brazilian apparel chain Lojas Renner SA made an annual profit of more than 1 billion reais ($269 million) for the first time last year, helped by double-digit revenue growth which has carried over into the first weeks of 2019.

08 Feb 2019

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