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Sodexo S.A. (SW.PA)

Paris - Paris Prix différé. Devise en EUR
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60,40+0,34 (+0,57 %)
À la clôture : 5:35PM CEST
Plein écran
Clôture précédente60,06
Ouverture60,12
Offre0,00 x 0
Vente0,00 x 0
Var. jour59,18 - 60,86
Sur 52 semaines48,45 - 108,50
Volume207 272
Volume moyen290 715
Cap. boursière8,819B
Bêta (mensuel sur 5 ans)0,77
Rapport P/E (sur 12 mois)13,16
BPA (sur 12 mois)4,59
Date de bénéfices29 oct. 2020
Dividende et rendement à terme2,90 (4,80 %)
Date ex-dividende30 janv. 2020
Objectif sur 1 an87,12
  • Globe Newswire

    Sodexo Healthcare Donates $650,000 Ready-to-Eat Meals to Sinai Health System and the Greater Chicago Food Depository With The Help of Move For Hunger and Nelson Westerberg

    Sodexo’s Stop Hunger Foundation Gifts an Additional $100,000 Donation to the Greater Chicago Food Depository, alongside meal donationGaithersburg, MD, Sept. 24, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Sodexo has been mobilizing its resources and providing support to clients and staff to help them stay safe and healthy amid the COVID-19 pandemic and its resulting economic impact. Earlier this month, Sodexo Healthcare quickly rallied partners together to ensure a surplus of 139 pallets of emergency ready-to-eat meals from Detroit did not go to waste. In collaboration with Move For Hunger and Nelson Westerberg, the palettes were successfully transported from Michigan to their neighbors in Chicago at Sinai Community Institute and the Greater Chicago Food Depository. “Leveraging the reach of our Sodexo Stop Hunger Foundation and our large footprint of clinical dieticians and nutrition services across the country, Sodexo’s mission has always been to provide nutritious meals and help people live healthy lives,” explained Catherine J. Tabaka, CEO, Sodexo Healthcare North America. “The COVID-19 pandemic has affected many and the resulting economic impact demonstrates how rapidly one can be at risk of hunger – especially in vulnerable communities – which is why we are making sure that no resources go to waste.” The Greater Chicago Food Depository opened its doors to accept all 139 pallets on Sinai Health System’s behalf and is working in partnership to store and distribute the meals to local Chicagoland communities served by Sinai. In addition, the Sodexo Stop Hunger Foundation is donating $100,000 to the Food Depository. As families are navigating various challenges resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic, these funds will aid the Food Depository in their tireless work to meet the unprecedented need as they continue to serve families nutritious meals across Chicago and all of Cook County. “During times like these, it is more important than ever to come together to fight for a shared mission,” said Kate Maehr, Executive Director and CEO, Food Depository. “Hunger and the need for nutritious food has never been greater. Donations like these help us continue to provide support and resources to communities who continue to struggle from the impacts of the pandemic.” With the help of Move For Hunger and their volunteer transportation partner, Nelson Westerberg of Illinois, the meals were transported from Romulus, MI to Chicago, IL over the course of three days and over 280 miles. “Our mission at Move For Hunger is to find sustainable ways to reduce food waste and fight hunger,” Adam Lowy, Founder and Executive Director of Move For Hunger. “When Sodexo reached out, we quickly mobilized resources to ensure these meals were transported efficiently, knowing that many communities in Chicago are continuing to see an escalating need for food.” Gregory L. Koehlinger, NEWESCO, INC.’s executive vice president, shared, “As a company founded in Chicago, when we heard about the opportunity from our partners at Move For Hunger to help transport emergency meals to Chicago, we were more than happy to offer our services and give back during this unprecedented time. We want to especially express gratitude to Nelson Westerberg professional van operators: Jeff Olsen, Jim Kennedy, and Tom Allen.” Community Meal Donation Pick-Up and Census Event Today, in partnership with Sodexo and the Food Depository, Sinai Health System is hosting an event where local community members are invited to the Sinai Community Institute to pick-up the meals donated by Sodexo. The event will take place Thursday, September 24, 2020 from 9:00 am – 12:00 pm. Catherine J. Tabaka, CEO, Sodexo Healthcare North America and Karen Teitelbaum, President and CEO of Sinai Health System will be in attendance as meals are being distributed to attendees, and The Sodexo Stop Hunger Foundation will present the $100,000 donation to Food Depository Chicago. “At Sinai Health System, our mission is to improve the health of the individuals and communities we serve and that means extending our care outside of our hospital walls to provide resources to our local community,” said Karen Teitelbaum, President and CEO of Sinai Health System. “We work every day in Chicago’s most underserved communities to care for people who are disproportionately affected by illness, poverty and other social challenges. Good health for us starts before someone comes to the hospital, it’s proactively ensuring that our communities have the access to resources they need – including healthy food.” During the event, Sinai Community Institute’s Counting on Chicago Census team will also be on hand providing bilingual assistance and computer stations and tablets to help local community members fill out their 2020 U.S. Census forms. “Helping our community members complete the census will help to determine which areas qualify for critical resources that children and families depend on. Completion determines funding for our hospitals, supportive housing for the elderly, libraries, community centers, Medicare and Medicaid and school meals, just to name a few,” said Debra Wesley, President of Sinai Community Institute.   About Sodexo North America At Sodexo Healthcare we build trusted partnerships with health systems to support their care delivery mission. Leveraging science, insights and imagination, we provide solutions and contribute essential non-clinical services wherever care is delivered, to enhance patients’ and caregivers’ experience while improving our clients’ financial health. Sodexo Healthcare’s 35,000 employees provide human-centered care with food and nutrition, environmental and clinical engineering services that support healthcare teams and overall operations at over 1,500 sites in the United States. Sodexo North America is part of a global, Fortune 500 company with a presence in 72 countries. Sodexo is a leading provider of integrated food, facilities management and other services that enhance organizational performance, contribute to local communities and improve quality of life for millions of customers in corporate, education, healthcare, senior living, sports and leisure, government and other environments daily. The company employs 160,000 people at 13,000 sites in all 50 U.S. states and Canada, and indirectly supports tens of thousands of additional jobs through its annual purchases of $19 billion in goods and services from small to large businesses. Sodexo is committed to supporting diversity and inclusion and safety, while upholding the highest standards of corporate responsibility and ethical business conduct. In support of local communities across the U.S., in 2019, Sodexo contributed over 151,500 in volunteer hours, and since 1996, the Stop Hunger Foundation has contributed nearly $34.5 million to help feed children in America impacted by hunger. To learn more about Sodexo, visit us.sodexo.com, and connect with us on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter and YouTube. About Sodexo Stop Hunger Foundation Sodexo Stop Hunger Foundation works to ensure that every child in the United States, especially those most at risk, grows up with dependable access to enough nutritious food to enable them to lead a healthy, productive life. Visit Sodexo Stop Hunger Foundation on Facebook and follow us on Twitter @StopHungerUSA and Instagram @sodexostophunger. About Sinai Health System Sinai Health System, a Chicago-based private, not-for-profit organization, includes seven member organizations serving the West and Southwest Sides: Mount Sinai Hospital, Holy Cross Hospital, Sinai Children’s Hospital, Schwab Rehabilitation Hospital, Sinai Medical Group, Sinai Community Institute and Sinai Urban Health Institute. The system has 4,000 employees, over 800 physicians on its hospital medical staffs, 654 licensed beds, 100,000+ annual emergency department patient visits and eight physician residency training programs. www.sinai.org About Move For Hunger Move For Hunger is a non-profit organization that mobilizes the relocation industry to fight hunger and reduce food waste. In addition to collecting food from people who are moving to new homes, Move For Hunger helps companies and individuals across the United States and Canada organize successful food drives. To date, they have collected more than 20 million pounds of food providing more than 17 million meals to those in need. For more information, or to find out how you can host your own food drive, visit www.MoveForHunger.org.   About Nelson Westerberg Nelson Westerberg is a global leader in corporate household goods moving and storage, talent mobility services. Established in Chicago in 1904, Nelson Westerberg is privately held and has unbending culture for differentiated quality, business integrity and value creation. The company’s clients consist of well-known multinational corporations with whom it has provided consistent corporate moving service for 5,10,20,30 and several at 40 plus years of service. Nelson Westerberg is a long-term supporter of Move for Hunger, visit www.nelsonwesterberg.com About the Greater Chicago Food Depository The Greater Chicago Food Depository, Chicago’s food bank, believes a healthy community starts with food. The Food Depository is at the center of a network of more than 700 partner organizations and programs – food pantries, soup kitchens, shelters, mobile distributions and other partners – working to bring food, dignity and hope to our neighbors across Chicago and Cook County. The Food Depository addresses the root causes of hunger with job training, advocacy and other innovative solutions. The Food Depository is a proud member of Feeding America – the national network of food banks. By working to help those most in need go from hungry to hopeful, the Food Depository is building a Greater Chicago. Learn more at chicagosfoodbank.org  Attachment * Sodexo_Chicago MRE Donation Infographic CONTACT: Enrico Dinges Sodexo 301-987-4393 Enrico.Dinges@sodexo.com

  • Globe Newswire

    Sodexo Trading Update on Fiscal 2020, closed on August 31, 2020

    Paris, September 11, 2020 Ahead of the Fiscal 2020 Results release on October 29, 2020, the Group announces that the performance in the fourth quarter Fiscal 2020 was in line with the hypotheses for the second half published on July 7, 2020 in terms of revenue, underlying operating profit flow-through, and free cash flow thanks to the strong mobilization of its highly engaged teams. The Group is extremely confident on its capacity to leverage the emerging trends thanks to its strong and unique market positioning with a diversified portfolio of services and its very solid financial structure.As part of the rigorous measures implemented during the sanitary crisis, the Group has decided to take pro-active actions in anticipation of the end of government support programs in several countries, to reinforce its agility to adapt to the new business environment and to seize the numerous related market opportunities. These actions are expected to amount to about 160 million euro in restructuring expenses in the second half of Fiscal 2020.Additionally, given the deterioration in the short and mid-term performance of some assets due to COVID-19, the Group is undertaking impairment reviews which are likely to lead to a non-cash impairment of about 250 million euro in the second half of Fiscal 2020.In light of the above, the USPP make-whole reported in financial expenses and the uncertainties resulting from the current pandemic, the Group expects a negative non-cash tax adjustment for Fiscal 2020 of about 100 million euro, principally corresponding to the non-recognition and write-off of tax assets.Additional details and perspectives will be provided with the publication of Sodexo’s Annual Results on October 29, 2020 and the Capital Markets Day on November 2, 2020.About SodexoFounded in Marseille in 1966 by Pierre Bellon, Sodexo is the global leader in services that improve Quality of Life, an essential factor in individual and organizational performance. Operating in 67 countries, Sodexo serves 100 million consumers each day through its unique combination of On-site Services, Benefits & Rewards Services and Personal & Home Services. Sodexo provides clients an integrated offering developed over more than 50 years of experience: from foodservices, reception, maintenance and cleaning, to facilities and equipment management; from services and programs fostering employees’ engagement to solutions that simplify and optimize their mobility and expenses management, to in-home assistance, child care centers and concierge services. Sodexo’s success and performance are founded on its independence, its sustainable business model and its ability to continuously develop and engage its 470,000 employees throughout the world. Sodexo is included in the CAC Next 20, ESG 80, FTSE 4 Good and DJSI indices.Key figures (as of August 31, 2019) 22 billion euro in consolidated revenues 470,000 employees 19th largest private employer worldwide 67 countries 100 million consumers served daily 9.7 billion euro in market capitalization (as of September 10, 2020) ContactsAnalysts and Investors Media Virginia JEANSON Tel.: +33 1 57 75 80 56 virginia.jeanson@sodexo.com   Mathieu SCARAVETTI Tel.: +33 1 57 75 81 28 mathieu.scaravetti@sodexo.com   Attachment * PR SODEXO - TRADING UPDATE ENG

  • Globe Newswire

    Sodexo – Déclaration intermédiaire sur l’exercice 2019-2020 clos au 31 août 2020

    Paris, le 11 septembre 2020En amont de la publication des Résultats annuels de l'exercice 2019-2020 le 29 octobre prochain, Sodexo annonce que la performance du quatrième trimestre de l'exercice 2019-2020 est en ligne avec les hypothèses pour le second semestre publiées le 7 juillet 2020 en ce qui concerne le chiffre d’affaires, l’impact sur le résultat d’exploitation et les liquidités générées par les opérations grâce à la forte mobilisation de ses équipes pleinement engagées. Le Groupe est extrêmement confiant quant à sa capacité à tirer le meilleur profit des tendances qui se profilent, grâce à son positionnement unique, son portefeuille diversifié de services et sa solidité financière. Dans le prolongement des mesures rigoureuses mises en œuvre durant la crise sanitaire, le Groupe, en anticipation de la fin des programmes de soutien gouvernementaux dans plusieurs pays, a décidé d’engager proactivement des actions afin de renforcer son agilité pour s’adapter au nouvel environnement, et de saisir les nouvelles opportunités de marché qui en résultent. Ces mesures devraient représenter environ 160 millions d'euros de dépenses de restructuration au cours du 2ème semestre de l'exercice 2019-2020.De plus, compte tenu de la détérioration de la performance à court et moyen terme de certains actifs en raison de l’impact du COVID-19, Sodexo procède à la revue de leur juste valeur, susceptible de conduire à l’enregistrement de dépréciations à la clôture, sans incidence sur la trésorerie, d'environ 250 millions d'euros au 2ème semestre de l’exercice 2019-2020.Compte tenu de ce qui précède, des charges financières liées au remboursement anticipé des emprunts USPP et des incertitudes résultant de la pandémie actuelle, le Groupe s'attend à un ajustement négatif de sa charge d’impôt, sans incidence sur la trésorerie, pour l'exercice 2019-2020 d'environ 100 millions d'euros portant principalement sur la non-reconnaissance et la dépréciation d'actifs fiscaux. Des informations complémentaires et les perspectives de marché seront présentées lors de la publication des résultats annuels de Sodexo le 29 octobre 2020 et de la Journée Investisseurs le 2 novembre 2020. À propos de SodexoCréé en 1966 à Marseille par Pierre Bellon, Sodexo est le leader mondial des services pour améliorer la Qualité de Vie, facteur essentiel de performance des individus et des organisations. Présent dans 67 pays, Sodexo sert chaque jour 100 millions de consommateurs avec une offre unique de Services sur Site, de Services Avantages et Récompenses et de Services aux Particuliers et à Domicile. Sodexo propose à ses clients une offre intégrée de services, fruit de plus de 50 ans d'expérience : de la restauration à l'accueil, la propreté, l'entretien et la maintenance technique des matériels et des installations, des services et des programmes stimulant l’engagement des collaborateurs aux solutions simplifiant et optimisant la gestion des déplacements et des frais professionnels, jusqu'aux services d'aide à domicile, de crèches et de conciergerie. La réussite et la performance de Sodexo reposent sur son indépendance, son modèle économique durable, ainsi que sur sa capacité à assurer le développement et l'engagement de ses 470 000 collaborateurs à travers le monde. Sodexo est membre des indices CAC Next 20, ESG 80, FTSE 4 Good et DJSI. Chiffres clés (au 31 août 2019)22 milliards d'euros de chiffre d'affaires consolidé470 000 collaborateurs19e employeur privé mondial 67 pays100 millions de consommateurs chaque jour9,7 milliards d'euros de capitalisation boursière (au 10 septembre 2020) ContactsAnalystes et Investisseurs Média Virginia JEANSON Tél.: +33 1 57 75 80 56 virginia.jeanson@sodexo.com Mathieu SCARAVETTI Tél.: +33 1 57 75 81 28  mathieu.scaravetti@sodexo.com Pièce jointe * CP SODEXO - TRADING UPDATE FR

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