4 Global Stocks Ready to Ride the Exquisite Growth in the Luxury Sector

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The global beauty market is experiencing a surge, with a projected revenue of $580 billion by 2027. This explosive growth reflects consumers' unwavering interest in beauty products and the industry's remarkable ability to adapt to evolving customer preferences and tastes.

Given this promising outlook, let's delve into the recent IPO of Puig Brands (BME: PUIGb ), a major player in the sector, and explore other intriguing investment opportunities within the beauty market.

As always, we'll leverage InvestingPro's powerful tools to gather the most relevant data and insights to guide our analysis.

1. Coty

Coty (NYSE: COTY ) is an American beauty products manufacturer based in New York. Originally, the company was founded in Paris, France in 1904. It is known for using movies, entertainment, or sports professionals to name its products.

Coty Price Chart

On May 6, it published earnings , beating market expectations in terms of revenue, but failing to meet EPS expectations.

Previous Earnings

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Here are the earnings highlights:

  • Revenue: $1.39 billion vs analyst estimates of $1.37 billion (small beat)
  • EPS (non-GAAP): $0.05 vs analyst expectations of $0.06 (17% miss)
  • Full-year EPS (non-GAAP) guidance: maintained from previous, $0.46 at the midpoint roughly in line with analyst expectations (although expected adjusted EBITDA margin increase is higher than previously expected)
  • Gross Margin (GAAP): 64.8%, up from 62.9% in the same quarter last year
  • Free Cash Flow was -$234.3 million, down from $363 million in the previous quarter
  • Market Capitalization: $10.38 billion

Perfumes Chloé, Calvin Klein, Burberry (OTC: BURBY ) and Hugo Boss (OTC: BOSSY ) (ETR: BOSSn ) accounted for 62% of its revenues in the last financial year.

Its key markets are Europe, the Middle East, and Africa, which account for 50% of its business, followed by the Americas. By 2027, it expects to reach US$7.5 billion in revenues.

Its fair value would be at $12.54.
Fair Value

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A multinational luxury goods conglomerate based in Paris, France, LVMH (OTC: LVMUY ) (EPA: LVMH ) was founded in 1987 through the merger of Louis Vuitton and Moët Hennessy.

It went public in 1989 and has since become the world's largest luxury goods company.

LVMH Price Chart

Its dividend yield is 1.66%.

LVMH Dividends

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On July 23 it presents its quarterly results. By 2024 it expects EPS to increase 6% and revenue 4%.

LVMH Revenue and EPS

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Market consensus sees potential at €879.23.

LVMH Targets

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3. Kering

Kering (OTC: PPRUY ) (EPA: PRTP ) is a French business group of luxury brands.

It was previously known as PPP (Pinault-Printemps-Redoute). On March 22, 2013, Pinault announced that the group would change its name to Kering, which shareholders approved on June 18, 2013.

Kering Price Chart

Its dividend yield is 5.63%.

Kering Dividend Data

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It will release its accounts on July 24. The outlook for the following quarters is favorable with an increase in EPS.

Kering Revenue and EPS Forecasts

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The market gives it potential at €377.08.

Kering Targets

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4. Puig

It is a perfumery founded in 1914 in Barcelona that covers cosmetics, fashion and skin care. In 2023 it had a turnover of 4,304 million euros.

It debuted on the Spanish stock exchange last week at a price of €24.5, giving it a market capitalization of €13.92 billion, making it Europe's largest IPO in 2024.

Its debut could serve as a "barometer" for other companies that are ready to go public, such as Europastry, Tendam and Hotelbeds.

At its debut, only institutional investors could buy shares, but retail investors can now do so as well.

The company aims to distribute 40% of its net profit as dividends to its shareholders.

Admittedly, the exit price was at the high end of the range, reflecting the company's positive outlook for its future. However, the exit price represents a 15% discount to the industry average in terms of enterprise value.

The market estimates that a "reasonable discount" could be 20% versus France's L'Oreal or a 3% premium to the sector, which would mean it would be attractive as long as it is below €31.

In its favor:

  • Looking ahead to this year, the company expects to expand further, especially in the Asian market.
  • In 2023 it turned over €4,304 million, achieved an ebitda of €849 million (+33%) and posted a net profit of €465 million (+16%).
  • The Puig family's retention of a majority stake and voting rights ensures continuity in management, generating confidence for long-term investors.
  • Its solid position in the market.
  • Its strategic acquisitions.
  • Its pricing strategy.

Analyzing its market prospects is still too early, but we will follow it closely.


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