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El Puerto de Liverpool SAB de CV is a Mexico-based company primarily engaged in the retail sector. The Company’s activities are structured into two business segments: Commercial and Real Estate. The Commercial division focuses on the retail sales of merchandise in department and duty free stores. Its brand names of store formats includes Liverpool and Fabricas de Francia. The Real Estate division is responsible for the management, operation and lease of commercial space in shopping centers. Through a non-bank credit card, the Company also offers consumer loans and sales financing services. The Company has operations established in various Mexican states. The Company's subsidiaries include Operadora Liverpool SA de CV, Servicios Liverpool SA de CV and Bodegas Liverpool SA de CV, among others.
Retail (Department & Discount)
Mario Pani 200, Col. Santa Fe Cuajimalpa
Max David Michel
Chairman of the Board
Graciano F. Guichard G.
Chief Executive Officer
Madeleine Marthe Claude Bremond Santacruz
Vice Chairman of the Board
Vice Chairman of the Board
Enrique Guijosa Hidalgo
Chief Financial and Administrative Officer
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* Mexican companies flag supply chain worries in earnings reports
From the auto industry to producers of toilet paper and cement, Mexican companies have been hit hard by bottlenecks in international supply chains, depressing growth prospects for Latin America's second-largest economy.
Shares in Mexico's El Puerto de Liverpool <LIVEPOLC1.MX> were on track to post their biggest fall since the end of November on Wednesday, a day after posting third-quarter results that fell short of expectations.
Mexican shares led the fall for Latin American stock markets on Tuesday as investors worried about possible rating downgrades for a number of companies, while currencies in the region were mixed against as strong dollar amid higher oil prices. MSCI's index for Latin American...
Ratings agency Standard & Poor's (S&P) on Monday slashed the credit rating for Mexico's national oil company Petroleos Mexicanos, or Pemex, piling more pressure on the government to tighten up the debt-laden oil firm's finances.
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