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Swatch Group AG

UHR.S

Latest Trade

268.10CHF

Change

-20.50(-7.10%)

Volume

315,140

Today's Range

266.80

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277.60

52 Week Range

222.60

 - 

333.90

As of on the SIX Swiss Exchange ∙ Minimum 15 minute delay

Pricing

Previous Close
288.60
Open
267.20
Volume
315,140
3M AVG Volume
3.94
Today's High
277.60
Today's Low
266.80
52 Week High
333.90
52 Week Low
222.60
Shares Out (MIL)
51.77
Market Cap (MIL)
13,884.32
Forward P/E
21.33
Dividend (Yield %)
1.31

Next Event

Q4 2021 Swatch Group AG Corporate Key Figures

Latest Developments

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About Swatch Group AG

The Swatch Group SA is a Switzerland-based holding company engaged in the apparel and accessories industry. The Company’s activities are divided into two core business segments: Watches and Jewelry, as well as Electronic Systems. The Watches and Jewelry segment includes the production and sale of branded watches, jewelry and quartz movements, notably the brands Breguet, Harry Winston, Blancpain, Glashuette Original, Jaquet Droz, Leon Hatot, Omega, Longines, Rado, Union Glashuette, Tissot, Balmain, Certina, Hamilton, Calvin Klein watches and jewelry, Swatch and Flik Flak. The Electronic Systems segment includes the production and marketing of electronic components, notably batteries and sports timing equipment. The Company also supplies products from these segments to third-party watchmakers. Swatch Group SA is represented worldwide through its subsidiaries and distributors, notably Tourbillion and Hour Passion, and operates Swiss production plants in Boncourt, Grenchen and Villeret.

Industry

Jewelry & Silverware

Contact Info

Seevorstadt 6

2501

Switzerland

+41.32.3436811

http://www.swatchgroup.com/

Executive Leadership

Nayla Hayek

Chairwoman of the Board of Directors

Georges Nicolas Hayek

Chairman of the Executive Group Management Board, Chief Executive Officer, Member of the Board of Directors

Ernst Tanner

Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors

Thierry Kenel

Chief Financial Officer, Member of the Executive Group Management Board

Lionel a Marca

Vice-President and Head of Technical and Development Management for Blancpain and Harry Winston, Member of the Extended Group Management Board

Key Stats

2.35 mean rating - 23 analysts
Sell
Hold
Buy
Revenue (MM, CHF)

2018

8.5K

2019

8.2K

2020

5.6K

2021(E)

7.3K
EPS (CHF)

2018

16.130

2019

14.170

2020

-0.990

2021(E)

12.568
Price To Earnings (TTM)
27.34
Price To Sales (TTM)
2.04
Price To Book (MRQ)
1.25
Price To Cash Flow (TTM)
14.40
Total Debt To Equity (MRQ)
0.14
LT Debt To Equity (MRQ)
0.03
Return on Investment (TTM)
4.41
Return on Equity (TTM)
3.98

Latest News

Latest News

Swatch Group returns to profit as sales jump

Swatch Group returned to profit in the first six months of 2021 and its sales jumped more than 50% as demand recovered from the low point of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Swiss watchmaker said on Monday.

UPDATE 1-Olympics sponsor Swatch says "convinced" Tokyo Games will take place - paper

Swatch Group Chief Executive Nick Hayek is sure the Olympic Games in Tokyo, sponsored by the group's flagship Omega brand, will take place in August, he told Swiss newspaper Finanz und Wirtschaft in an interview published on Tuesday.

Swatch says new lockdowns in Europe could jeopardise 2021 sales target

New lockdowns in Europe recently and the absence of tourism might make it difficult for Swatch Group to get back to 2019 sales levels this year but the world's biggest watchmaker maintains that target for now, its chief executive said on Thursday.

Swatch Group CEO says group sees catch-up effect on sales in Asia, U.S.

Swatch Group said consumers were willing to splash out on watches in markets where shops are open, in Asia and also the United States, Chief Executive Nick Hayek told an online media briefing on the watchmaker's full-year results on Thursday.

Swatch posts first loss in nearly 40 years as pandemic shutters shops

Swatch Group on Thursday reported its first annual loss since the early days of the Swiss watchmaker almost 40 years ago as the COVID-19 pandemic shuttered shops and smartwatches made inroads into the market.

CORRECTED-Swatch looking to brighter 2021 after sales collapse in 2020

Swatch Group said there was a "good chance" 2021 sales could return to pre-pandemic levels after the coronavirus plunged the world's biggest watchmaker into the red during 2020.

UPDATE 1-Swatch looking to brighter 2021 after sales collapse in 2020

Swatch Group said there was a "good chance" 2021 sales could return to pre-pandemic levels after the coronavirus plunged the world's biggest watchmaker into the red during 2020.

Swatch shuts down some technology systems after cyberattack

Swatch Group <UHR.S> shut down some of its technology systems after detecting a cyberattack over the weekend, the world's biggest watchmaker said on Tuesday.

Watchmaker Maurice de Mauriac has a mechanism to avoid supply crunch

Swiss watchmaker Maurice de Mauriac is confident it can find a new supplier for watch mechanisms to maintain production as it battles an industry-wide drop in demand due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Swatch Group free to supply watch movements, says Swiss watchdog

Swatch Group <UHR.S> will be free to supply mechanical watch movements wherever it wants, but won't be allowed to abuse its dominant market position by undercutting rivals' prices, Swiss competition watchdog WEKO said on Wednesday.

UPDATE 2-Swatch Group suffers its first half-year loss, hopeful for rebound

Swatch Group, the world's biggest watchmaker, reported its first ever half-year loss on Tuesday but founder and CEO Nick Hayek said he looked forward to a quick rebound from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Swatch Group sales almost halve, posts net loss in first half

Swatch Group said it expected sales and profits to improve quickly in the second half after the COVID-19 pandemic led it to post a net loss in the first half of the year.

Swatch appoints new brand heads for Longines, Tissot

Swatch Group appointed new heads for several of its watch brands, including Longines and Tissot, in a long expected generational change.

Swatch CEO says China sales rise but global situation still grim

Swatch Group's <UHR.S> sales at its own stores in China are up by almost a quarter during April, the watchmaker's Chief Executive Nick Hayek told Blick newspaper, but the global situation following the coronavirus outbreak remains tough.

Swatch slashes dividend as new coronavirus clocks watch industry

Swiss timepiece maker Swatch Group <UHR.S> recommended cutting its 2019 dividend by 30% while also trimming board members' fixed pay for this year, the company said on Friday, citing "drastic" consequences of the new coronavirus.

Swatch slashes dividend, board pay as new coronavirus hits watch sales

Swiss timepiece maker Swatch Group recommended cutting its 2019 dividend by 30% from original plans and reducing the fixed pay of board members by the same amount, the company said on Friday, citing "drastic" consequences of the new coronavirus.

Swatch Group faces standstill in Europe, U.S., but China improves

Swatch Group <UHR.S> is trying to maintain production at its factories despite the customer standstill hitting all businesses in Europe and the United States, the Swiss watchmaker said on Thursday.

Swatch Group faces standstill in Europe, U.S., but China improves

Swiss watchmaker Swatch Group is trying to maintain production at its factories despite the customer standstill affecting all businesses in Europe and the United States, the company said on Thursday.

Swatch Group CEO sees 'massive' temporary hit in China from coronavirus

Swiss watchmaker Swatch Group <UHR.S> is taking a "massive" hit from the outbreak of the novel coronavirus that sharply affected business in major market China, Chief Executive Nick Hayek said in a Sunday newspaper interview.

Swatch cancels retailer event in Zurich amid coronavirus uncertainty

Swatch Group <UHR.S> has canceled a retailer event in Zurich at the end of the month because of the coronavirus outbreak, the Swiss watchmaker said on Monday.

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