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Centros Comerciales Sudamericanos S.A.
Type
Anonymous Society
Traded as BCS: CENCOSUD
NYSE: CNCO
Industry Retail
Founded 1960
Headquarters Santiago, Chile
Areas served
  • Argentina
  • Brazil
  • Chile
  • Colombia
  • Peru
Key people
Horst Paulmann Kemna, (Directory President)
Products Hypermarkets
Supermarkets
Shopping malls
Department stores
Revenue Increase US$ 19.0 billion (2012)
Net income
Decrease US$ 562.6 million (2012)
Number of employees
126,530
Website www.cencosud.com

Cencosud S.A. is a publicly traded multinational retail company. It's the largest retail company in Chile and the third largest listed retail company in Latin America, competing with the Brazilian Companhia Brasileira de Distribuição and the Mexican Walmart de México y Centroamérica as one of the largest retail companies in the region. The company has more than 1045 stores in Latin America.

By the end of 2006, the operations of the company included 65 Jumbo hypermarkets, 165 Santa Isabel supermarkets; 249 Disco, Vea and Jumbo supermarkets; 60 Easy home improvement stores; 36 Paris department stores; 27 shopping malls and 52 offices of Banco Paris bank, totaling a sales area of 1.8 million square meters, or 19,375,038.75 square feet. It has more than 4.3 million active credit card accounts, issued under the brand Tarjeta Cencosud (in Chile, Peru and Argentina), Tarjeta Cencosud Colpatria (Colombia) and Cartão Cencosud Bradesco (Brazil).

By the end of 2007, several new stores had been opened in Chile, Argentina and Peru, and the company acquired Wong supermarkets, the largest retailer in Peru, and GBarbosa, a Brazilian retailer.

In August 2011, Cencosud announced the acquisition of Johnson department stores.

Cencosud operates upscale Paris department stores, the Costanera Center financial center, Easy home improvement and hardware stores, Jumbo hypermarkets, Santa Isabel supermarkets, in Chile. Also operates Bretas supermarkets, G Barbosa super and hypermarkets, Prezunic supermarkets and Perini supermarkets in Brazil, Vea supermarkets in Argentina, Wong and Metro in Peru and in 2012 acquired the Carrefour hypermarket operations in Colombia, which changed branding to Jumbo.

Q reports

Period Date Adjusted Actuals EPS GAAP EPS
Q3 2017 2017-12-03 Future report Set alerts
Q2 2017 2017-09-03 Future report Set alerts
Q1 2017 2017-06-03 0.00 0.00
Q4 2016 2017-03-02 0.00 0.24
Q3 2016 2016-11-22 0.00 0.06
Q2 2016 2016-08-26 0.00 0.14
Q1 2016 2016-05-27 0.00 0.17
Q4 2015 2016-03-03 0.00 0.19
Q3 2015 2015-11-27 0.00 -0.06
Q2 2015 2015-08-28 0.00 0.08

Ratings

2016-06-06 Downgrade Goldman Sachs Neutral to Sell
2016-06-06 Downgrade Goldman Sachs Group Inc. Neutral to Sell
2016-05-06 Downgrade Citigroup Inc. Buy to Neutral
2015-06-03 Upgrade Scotiabank Sector Perform to Outperform
2014-09-22 Reiterated Rating Scotiabank Sector Perform
2014-06-30 Upgrade Citigroup Inc. Neutral to Buy
2016-06-06 Downgrade Goldman Sachs Neutral to Sell
2016-06-06 Downgrade Goldman Sachs Group Inc. Neutral to Sell
2016-05-06 Downgrade Citigroup Inc. Buy to Neutral
2015-06-03 Upgrade Scotiabank Sector Perform to Outperform
2014-09-22 Reiterated Rating Scotiabank Sector Perform

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