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IC Group A/S (IC.CO)

IC.CO on Copenhagen Stock Exchange

27 Feb 2017
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IC Group A/S, formerly known as IC Companys A/S, is a Denmark-based company primarily engaged in the development of casual clothing and sportswear. Its portfolio comprises five clothing brands: Peak Performance, including Active wear collection for skiing, outdoor, training and golf, and Casual collection; Tiger of Sweden, which... (more)


Beta: 0.56
Market Cap(Mil.): kr.2,999.45
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 17.09
Dividend: 5.00
Yield (%): 2.85


  IC.CO Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 17.74 34.11 25.49
EPS (TTM): 9.89 -- --
ROI: 19.09 9.49 8.76
ROE: 19.69 44.26 12.33

BRIEF-IC Group CEO Mads Ryder resigns

* Board of Directors has asked Peter Thorsen, who is a member of board of directors, to take over role as interim Group CEO.

Feb 02 2017

BRIEF-IC Group Q1 operating profit down at DKK 135 million

* Q1 2016/17 consolidated revenue 851 million Danish crowns ($123 million) versus 843 million crowns year ago

Nov 15 2016

BRIEF-IC Group issues new shares in connection with exercise of warrants

* Total gross proceeds from capital increase amounts to 4,423,632 crowns ($666,772)

Sep 16 2016

BRIEF-Friheden Invest buys 375,000 IC Group shares

* Said on Thursday that Friheden Invest A/S, company closely related to Niels Erik Martinsen, Deputy Chairman of company's Board, had on Sept. 15 bought 375,000 IC Group shares at 165 Danish crowns ($24.91) per share

Sep 16 2016

BRIEF-IC Group: deputy chairman related co buys 375,000 shares at DKK 165/shr

* Friheden Invest A/S, related to deputy chairman Niels Erik Martinsen, bought 375,000 shares at 165 Danish crowns ($24.9) per share in IC Group Source text for Eikon:

Sep 15 2016

BRIEF-IC Group Q4 2015/16 operating loss widens to DKK 26 million

* Q4 2015/16 operating loss 26 million Danish crowns ($3.9 million) versus loss of 20 million crowns year ago

Sep 01 2016

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