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  Lanson-BCC ( ALLAN.PA) Stock. Should you Buy or Sell?    $ 32.20

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Lanson-BCC Analysis

Updated on 10-09-2022
Symbol ALLAN.PA
Price $32.20
Beta 0.739
Volume Avg. $5.63 thousand
Market Cap $227.35 M
52 Week Range $22.6 - $32.2


Lanson-BCC opened the day at $32.20 which is +'0.31 % on yesterday's close. Lanson-BCC has a 52 week high of $32.2 and 52 week low of $22.6, which is a difference of $9.6. We like to see positive, upward trending shares, preferably with momentum. Market capitalization is $227.35 M and total net profit is $271089000 which means the company is trading at 0.84 times profit to market capitalization. Theoretically, if you were to buy Lanson-BCC for $227.35 M, it would take 15 years to get your money back. Lanson-BCC are in the Beverages—Wineries & Distilleries space which will have a sweet spot and industry standard for net profit multiples.



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Lanson-BCC Stock Forecast - Is Lanson-BCC a Buy or Sell?


DCF ScoreStrong Buy
ROE ScoreNeutral
ROA ScoreNeutral
DE ScoreStrong Buy
PE ScoreStrong Sell
PB ScoreNeutral
Overall RecommendationBuy

Growth and Value


PE Ratio 11.838
Dividend Yiel 0.022
Net Profit Margin 0.000


Valuing Lanson-BCC


Price Book Value Ratio 0.750 Price To Book Ratio 0.750
Price To Sales Ratio 0.000 Price Earnings Ratio 0.000


How liquid is Lanson-BCC


Current Ratio 2.308
Quick Ratio 0.040


Debt


Debt Ratio 0.676 Debt Equity Ratio 2.088
Long Term Debt To Capitalization 0.525 Total Debt To Capitalization 0.618



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About Lanson-BCC


CEO : Mr. Bruno Paillard
Sector : Consumer Defensive
Industry : Beverages—Wineries & Distilleries

Website : https://www.lanson-bcc.com

Exchange : Paris

Description :

Lanson-BCC produces and sells wines in France and internationally. The company offers its products under the Champagne Lanson, Champagne Chanoine Frères, Champagne Besserat de Bellefon, Champagne Boizel, Champagne De Venoge, Champagne Philipponnat, Maison Burtin, and Domaine Alexandre Bonnet brand names. It distributes its products through mass retail stores, wine stores, gourmet restaurants, as well as through mail orders. The company was formerly known as Boizel Chanoine Champagne and changed its name to Lanson-BCC in 2010. Lanson-BCC was incorporated in 1992 and is based in Reims, France.


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