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Italy's Cucinelli sees Ebitda at 13-14% of revenues in H2 and in 2021 - chairman
Cucinelli Expects 10% Drop In Revenue In 2020, 15% Jump In 2021
Brunello Cucinelli H1 Prelim. Revenue EUR 205.5 Mln
Brunello Cucinelli SpA is an Italy-based company engaged in the fashion industry. The Company designs, manufactures and sells clothing for woman and men, cashmere products and accessories collections. Its product portfolio includes knitwear, coats and jackets, leather clothing items, suits, dresses, shirts, blouses, trousers, accessories and other leather goods. The Company markets its products through direct retail channel; wholesale monobrand channel, consisting of franchised monobrand retail stores, and wholesale multibrand channel, which includes department and independent multibrand stores. Brunello Cucinelli SpA operates through numerous subsidiaries located in Italy, Switzerland, Belgium, the United States, France, Germany, Austria and Japan, among others.
Viale Parco dell'Industria, 5, Solomeo
Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer
Executive Director, joint Chief Commercial Officer
Executive Director, Joint Chief Commercial Officer
Executive Director, Manager in Charge of Preparing the Corporate Accounting Documents
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Italian fashion group Brunello Cucinelli said on Thursday it would not fully meet its full-year targets because of the coronavirus crisis and would withdraw a proposal to pay a dividend on 2019 results.
Italian luxury group Brunello Cucinelli, best known for its cashmere sweaters, said it expected flat revenues in the first quarter compared to last year as the spread of the coronavirus outbreak offset an otherwise strong start to 2020.
Italian luxury group Brunello Cucinelli said on Tuesday it had a "very positive outlook" for its business in 2019, when it expects further double-digit growth in revenue and profit.
Italian luxury group Brunello Cucinelli said on Tuesday it had a "very positive outlook" for its business in 2019, and expected further double-digit growth.
Italian luxury group Brunello Cucinelli plans to increase the proportion of earnings it pays out as dividends to 50 percent by 2020, its Chief Executive and Chairman Brunello Cucinelli said on Thursday.
* COMPLETES PLACEMENT OF 4.08 MILLION SHARES OF BRUNELLO CUCINELLI S.P.A., EQUAL TO 6.00% OF SHARE CAPITAL, AT 26.00 EUROS PER SHARE Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:
* FY PRELIM NET REVENUES EUR 503.6 MILLION, UP 10.4 PERCENT AT CURRENT EXCHANGE RATES YEAR ON YEAR
Italian luxury group Brunello Cucinelli says:
Italian luxury group Brunello Cucinelli said it expects a trend of progressive growth, which will be sustainable in the medium and long term, as the group's sales in China grew almost 40 percent in the first nine months of the year.
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