L'Oreal upgraded to Outperform from Neutral at Exane BNP Paribas » 05:1605/0705/07/21
Exane BNP Paribas analyst…
Exane BNP Paribas analyst Jeff Stent upgraded L'Oreal to Outperform from Neutral with a EUR 400 price target.
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L'Oreal price target raised to EUR 370 from EUR 350 at Deutsche Bank » 12:4604/2304/23/21
Deutsche Bank analyst…
Deutsche Bank analyst Thomas Sykes raised the firm's price target on L'Oreal to EUR 370 from EUR 350 and keeps a Buy rating on the shares.
L'Oreal price target lowered to EUR 305 from EUR 311 at Berenberg » 12:3504/2004/20/21
Berenberg analyst Fulvio…
Berenberg analyst Fulvio Cazzol lowered the firm's price target on L'Oreal to EUR 305 from EUR 311 and keeps a Hold rating on the shares.
L'Oreal upgraded to Conviction Buy from Buy at Goldman Sachs » 05:1404/1904/19/21
Goldman Sachs analyst…
Goldman Sachs analyst Olivier Nicolai added L'Oreal to the firm's Conviction List and keeps a Buy with an EUR 400 price target. As new CEO Nicolas Hieronimus takes over, the company's digital strategy will not only continue to drive best-in-class organic sales growth but also "significantly boost" margin thanks to the direct to consumer opportunity, Nicolai tells investors in a research note.
L'Oreal reports Q1 like-for-like sales up 10.2%, estimate up 10.5% » 12:0404/1504/15/21
Reports Q1 sales EUR…
Reports Q1 sales EUR 7.61B vs. EUR 7.23B last year. The company said, "In spite of the health crisis and the ongoing associated measures in some countries, particularly in Western Europe, the beauty market continues to recover. Against this backdrop, L'Oreal has started the year with very strong growth at +10.2% like-for-like in the first quarter, significantly outperforming the market. The Group is therefore continuing its acceleration, initiated in the third quarter of 2020, and is increasing by +5.0% like-for-like compared to the first quarter of 2019. The performance of the Professional Products, L'Oreal Luxe and Active Cosmetics Divisions is remarkable, all showing double-digit growth. The Professional Products Division is posting significant growth all over the world. The growth of L'Oreal Luxe is driven by the success of its skincare brands, particularly Lancome, Kiehl's and Helena Rubinstein. Active Cosmetics continues to build on the strong momentum already seen in 2020. The Consumer Products Division is stable, still held back by its high exposure to the makeup category which remains lacklustre. All geographic Zones are growing, with the exception of Western Europe still impacted by the measures associated with the health crisis. North America is performing well both online and offline. All Zones in the New Markets are growing above 10%, especially the Asia Pacific Zone which is returning to the extremely dynamic pre-pandemic growth rates, driven most notably by a fast-growing mainland China."
L'Oreal price target raised to EUR 299 from EUR 283 at Barclays » 15:3604/1204/12/21
Barclays analyst Laurence…
Barclays analyst Laurence Whyatt raised the firm's price target on L'Oreal to EUR 299 from EUR 283 and kept an Underweight rating on the shares.
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L'Oreal price target raised to EUR 360 from EUR 340 at UBS » 12:1204/0604/06/21
UBS analyst Guillaume…
UBS analyst Guillaume Delmas raised the firm's price target on L'Oreal to EUR 360 from EUR 340 and keeps a Buy rating on the shares.
L'Oreal price target raised to EUR 350 from EUR 340 at Deutsche Bank » 11:3603/1703/17/21
Deutsche Bank analyst…
Deutsche Bank analyst Thomas Sykes raised the firm's price target on L'Oreal to EUR 350 from EUR 340 and keeps a Buy rating on the shares.
L'Oreal price target raised to EUR 231 from EUR 205 at RBC Capital » 11:4902/1802/18/21
RBC Capital analyst James…
RBC Capital analyst James Edwardes Jones raised the firm's price target on L'Oreal to EUR 231 from EUR 205 and keeps a Sector Perform rating on the shares.
L'Oreal sees strong rebound in makeup sales post-pandemic, Reuters reports » 06:4902/1202/12/21
L'Oreal sees a sharp…
L'Oreal sees a sharp rebound in makeup sales as the COVID-19 pandemic gives way to a "roaring 20s" atmosphere when people get dressed up and go out again to socialize, Reuters' Christian Lowe reports. L'Oreal CEO and Chairman Jean-Paul Agon expects sales to accelerate as COVID-19 vaccines are distributed and levels of infection subside. Reference Link