Christian Dior SE operates in the Women's & misses' suits and coats sector.
In addition to historical fundamental analyses, the complete report available to purchase compares Christian Dior SE with three other
womens apparel manufacturers in Europe:
sales of 1.37 billion Euros [US$1.61 billion]
of which 81%
(873.00 million Euros [US$1.02 billion]
of which 47%
was Sandro), and
LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton SE
(44.65 billion Euros [US$52.28 billion]
of which 47%
was Fashion and Leather Goods).
Sales were up sharply during the second
quarter of 2021 versus the previous year's second quarter.
During the second
quarter of 2021, sales at Christian Dior SE totalled
14.71 billion Euro.
an increase of 88.6%
from the 7.80 billion Euro in sales at the company during the second quarter of 2020.
This was the biggest same quarter rise in sales at Christian Dior SE in the previous 15 quarters.
During the first two
quarters of 2021, sales totalled 28.67 billion Euro, which is
than through the first two quarters of 2020.
Christian Dior SE reported sales of 44.65 billion Euro (US$52.28 billion)
December of 2020.
decrease of 16.8%
versus 2019, when the company's sales were 53.67 billion Euro.
Contributing to the drop in overall sales was the 31.4% decline
in Selective Retailing, from 14.74 billion Euro to 10.12 billion Euro.
There were also decreases in sales in
Fashion and Leather Goods (down 4.5% to 21.17 billion Euro)
Wine and Spirits (down 14.5% to 4.74 billion Euro)
Perfumes and Cosmetics (down 22.3% to 4.46 billion Euro)
Watches and Jewellery (down 22.7% to 3.32 billion Euro)
Other and Holdings (down 29.2% to 849.00 million Euro)