Lovisa Holdings Ltd (LOV)

Sydney
15.46
+0.18(+1.18%)
  • Volume:
    159,381
  • Bid/Ask:
    15.46/15.48
  • Day's Range:
    15.18 - 15.62

LOV Overview

Prev. Close
15.28
Day's Range
15.18-15.62
Revenue
358.98M
Open
15.25
52 wk Range
13.23-23.07
EPS
0.38
Volume
159,381
Market Cap
1.66B
Dividend (Yield)
0.55
(3.56%)
Average Volume (3m)
274,154
P/E Ratio
40.34
Beta
2.21
1-Year Change
16.15%
Shares Outstanding
107,459,646
Next Earnings Date
21 Aug 2022
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Lovisa Holdings Ltd Company Profile

Lovisa Holdings Ltd Company Profile

Employees
973
Market
Australia

Lovisa Holdings Limited is an Australia-based company engaged in the retail sale of fashion jewelry and accessories. The Company is primarily focused on retailing fashion jewelry and accessories for women. It is also focused on designing, developing, sourcing, and merchandising all its branded products. The Company's segments include Australia and New Zealand, Asia, Africa, Americas and Europe and the Company's franchise stores in the Middle East and Asia. The Company utilizes its daily inventory monitoring software and airfreight to move product to store locations within 48 hours from its warehouses in Melbourne, China and Poland. It operates approximately 544 retail stores in operation, including 36 franchise stores around the world.

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  • Pump and dump
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    • I don't understand it. Is anyone able to explain why LOV pumps %20 on crap earnings and a pidly 15c dividend? Let alone how it can be trading at such a high price in the first place.
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