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Pandora Announces New Financial Targets
Pandora Increases Share Buyback Programme By DKK 3 Bln
Pandora CEO Says The Firm Is Building Market Share In The U.S.
Pandora A/S is a Denmark-based company engaged in the design, manufacture and marketing of jewelry. Its product offering is divided into five categories: charms and bracelets, earrings, rings, watches, and necklaces and pendants, among others. Its products are made of gold, silver, leather and textile, among others. The Company’s products are sold globally through such points of sale, as concept stores, shop-in-shops, gold stores, silver stores, white and travel retail stores, third party stores and a number of unbranded boutiques. The Company is present in more than 70 countries in such geographical regions, as Europe, the Middle East, Africa, North America, South and Central America and Asia Pacific.
Jewelry & Silverware
Havneholmen 17 - 19, Copenhagen V
Peter Arne Ruzicka
Independent Chairman of the Board
President, Chief Executive Officer, Member of the Executive Management
Povl Christian Lutken Frigast
Independent Deputy Chairman of the Board
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President, Member of the Executive Management
Chief Human Resource Officer, Senior Vice President
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Danish jewellery-maker Pandora <PNDORA.CO> said on Tuesday positive sales momentum in the third quarter had extended into October but new coronavirus lockdown measures created uncertainty about peak season sales and its full-year guidance.
* TOTAL SELL-OUT GROWTH AND ORGANIC GROWTH ENDED AROUND -40% IN Q2 2020 AND CONTINUED TO IMPROVE DURING QUARTER
Jeweler Pandora A/S <PNDORA.CO> said on Wednesday it has temporarily closed all its physical owned- and operated-stores in Italy, Spain, France, Germany and the United States, among other places, in line with government guidelines amidst the coronavirus outbreak.
* ALL PHYSICAL O&O STORES ARE TEMPORARILY CLOSED IN ITALY, SPAIN, GERMANY AND FRANCE AMONGST OTHERS
Smaller sales declines in key markets Britain and Italy and a step up in restructuring efforts helped to lift Danish jewelry maker Pandora's <PNDORA.CO> beaten down shares on Tuesday, despite a drop in second-quarter earnings.
Pandora A/S on Tuesday posted a 13.7% fall in second-quarter core profit, missing expectations, but the Danish jewellery maker maintained its full-year guidance.
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