Inditex To Approve Long-Term Incentive Plan For Up To 600 Employees

This week Inditex approved the appointment of Baroness Denise Kingsmill to its board of directors, as well as a long-term incentive plan, in cash and shares, for up to 600 company executives, including chairman Pablo Isla. The company also said it will not alter any plans it has for the UK despite Brexit.

Spanish Zara owner Inditex’s sells more, yet earns less

MADRID | The Corner | The world’s largest clothing retailer Inditex posted a net benefit of €928 million in the first fiscal semester (February 1 to July 31), 2.4% less than a year before due a strong euro, new store openings and renovation costs. And yet, it managed to incresase sales at its more than 6,400 stores rose 5.6 percent to €8.1 billion. The firm, which has outperformed many of its rivals during the economic crisis, will share a dividend of €0.242 euros on Nov 3. 

No Picture

Today’s market chatter in Spain: Itinere, Abengoa, Inditex, and much more

MADRID | By Jaime Santisteban | Spanish Ibex 35 welcomes the week over 10,500 points. “Ukraine showdown and macro numbers will hatch investors’ attention,” Link experts point out. Bankia analysts “see the positive influence of Chinese government statement about share, bond and raw material markets supporting measures. Markets also await remaining corporate results and European countries inflation.” Last week’s Mr Draghi’s words were crucial to stop euro appreciation- the currency is likely to keep going down.

No Picture

Today’s market chatter in Spain (focused on Inditex)

MADRID | By Jaime Santisteban | Inditex is pushing Spanish Ibex 35 upwards today as its growth reaches maturity stage. The owner of Zara is working to reduce operative costs. However, its shareholders will get a 10% higher dividend. Bankinter considers the Spanish firm results to be somewhat weak. Euro’s strengh, slow domestic recovery, emerging countries slowdown could explain such underperformance. 


H&M Gaining Ground Over Inditex Zara?

MADRID | By Tania Suárez | Spanish company Inditex –Zara’s group and the world’s largest clothes retailer- published its first semester fiscal year results on Wednesday. After years of amazing performance, the firm seems to be losing market – it posted a 6% rise in sales to €7.7 billion, compared with a 17% rise in the same period last year.