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Luxottica Group SpA (LUX.MI)

LUX.MI on Milan Stock Exchange

56.50EUR
20 Jul 2018
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About

Luxottica Group S.p.A. is a holding company. The Company is engaged in the design, manufacture and distribution of fashion, luxury, sport and performance eyewear. The Company operates through two segments: manufacturing and wholesale distribution, and retail distribution. Through its manufacturing and wholesale distribution... (more)

Overall

Beta: 0.44
Market Cap(Mil.): €23,060.35
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 484.97
Dividend: 0.92
Yield (%): 1.93

Financials

Deals of the day-Mergers and acquisitions

June 29 The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2000 GMT on Friday:

30 Jun 2018

Luxottica, Essilor extend deadline for merger pending China's approval

MILAN French lens manufacturer Essilor and Italian eyewear Luxottica have extended a deadline for their planned merger to July 31 as the Chinese competition authority has not yet approved the transaction.

29 Jun 2018

Luxottica, Essilor extend deadline for merger pending China's approval

MILAN, June 29 French lens manufacturer Essilor and Italian eyewear Luxottica have extended a deadline for their planned merger to July 31 as the Chinese competition authority has not yet approved the transaction.

29 Jun 2018

Italy's Luxottica buys sun lens maker Barberini for 140 mln euros

MILAN, June 22 Ray-Ban owner Luxottica said on Friday it had bought the world's top manufacturer of optical glass sun lenses Barberini in a 140 million euro ($163 million) deal.

23 Jun 2018

RPT-Ferrari and Ray-Ban deemed a safer bet than Italian government bonds

LONDON, May 31 Italy's luxury carmaker Ferrari and Exor, the owners of Juventus football club, are among a host of companies that can now borrow money more cheaply than the country's crisis-hit government.

01 Jun 2018

Ferrari and Ray-Ban deemed a safer bet than Italian government bonds

LONDON Italy's luxury carmaker Ferrari and Exor, the owners of Juventus football club, are among a host of companies that can now borrow money more cheaply than the country's crisis-hit government.

31 May 2018

Ferrari and Ray-Ban deemed a safer bet than Italian government bonds

LONDON, May 31 Italy's luxury carmaker Ferrari and Exor, the owners of Juventus football club, are among a host of companies that can now borrow money more cheaply than the country's crisis-hit government.

31 May 2018

Luxottica buys Japanese titanium and gold spectacles maker

MILAN Italian eyewear group Luxottica said on Tuesday it had acquired a 67 percent stake in Fukui Megane, a family-owned Japanese manufacturer specializing in the production of titanium and solid gold spectacles.

06 Mar 2018

Luxottica buys Japanese titanium and gold spectacles maker

MILAN Italian eyewear group Luxottica said on Tuesday it had acquired a 67 percent stake in Fukui Megane, a family-owned Japanese manufacturer specialising in the production of titanium and solid gold spectacles.

06 Mar 2018

Luxottica buys Japanese titanium and gold spectacles maker

MILAN, March 6 Italian eyewear group Luxottica said on Tuesday it had acquired a 67 percent stake in Fukui Megane, a family-owned Japanese manufacturer specialising in the production of titanium and solid gold spectacles.

06 Mar 2018

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