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Hermes <HRMS.PA>CEO Axel Dumas tells a news conference: Ruling out expanding into eyewear .Tninking about cosmetics but no development expected in 2017.
Hermes <HRMS.PA> CEO Axel Dumas tells a news conference: Expects 2017 capex of 280-300 million euros versus 260 million in 2016 . .Eyes 3 store openings in 2017.
Hermes International SCA:Says to propose interim dividend of 1.50 eur/shr.Says 2016 sales growth could be below 8 pct.
Hermes International SCA:Confirmed medium-term goal for FY 2015 of revenue growth at constant exchange rates of 8 pct.
Hermes International SCA:Group is maintaining its medium-term objective of increasing the turnover at constant rates in the area of 8 pct.For 2015, operational profitability should be lower than 2014 (31.5 pct) owing to the negative impact of currency fluctuations.
Hermes International SCA:Proposes FY 2014 dividend of 2.95 euros per share.Interim dividend of 1.50 euro paid on March 5 to be deducted from dividend to be approved by AGM.Exceptional dividend of 5 euros per share to be proposed to AGM as well.
Hermes International SCA:FY 2014 operating margin is set to be slightly higher in the region of 31% in 2014.In 2015 aims at a sales increase of 8% at constant rates.FY 2014 revenue of 4.12 billion euros.FY 2015 revenue of 4.75 billion euros - Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S.FY 2014 EBIT margin of 32 pct - Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S.To give interim dividend of 1.5 euro per share.
LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton SA:Announces exceptional distribution in kind offering two Hermes International shares for 41 LVMH shares held.Distribution in kind to be detached and paid on Dec. 17.
Hermes International SCA:Sees FY 2014 operating margin slightly less than all-time high achieved in 2013 (32.4 pct) due to negative impact of currencies.
Hermes International SCA:Announces that the President of the Commercial Court of Paris, proposed to LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton (LVMH) and Hermes a conciliation in order to bring to an end the conflicts between the two groups and restore a climate of positive relations between them.Says the two parties signed an agreement under which the LVMH Group will distribute all its Hermes shares to its shareholders, on the understanding that LVMH's shareholder, Christian Dior will in turn distribute the Hermes shares it receives to its own shareholders.Says LVMH, Dior and Groupe Arnault have undertaken not to acquire any shares in Hermes for the next five years.Says the distribution of Hermes shares, approved by the boards of LVMH and Dior, will be completed no later than Dec. 20.Says following this distribution, Groupe Arnault will hold around 8.5 percent of the capital of Hermes International.Says by virtue of the agreement reached, LVMH and Hermes have brought to an end the conflict, and all related actions, between them.
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