Harvey Norman Holdings Ltd

Harvey Norman Holdings Ltd

  • Price (EUR)2.70
  • Today's Change-0.12 / -4.26%
  • Shares traded0.00
  • 1 Year change10.76%
  • Beta0.7697
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About the company

Harvey Norman Holdings Ltd is engaged in business activities of integrated retail, franchise, property and digital enterprise. The Company’s segments include Franchising Operations, Retail-New Zealand, Retail-Singapore & Malaysia, Retail-Slovenia & Croatia, Retail-Ireland & Northern Ireland, Other Non-Franchised Retail, Retail Property, Retail Property Under Construction, Property Developments for Resale, Equity Investments and Other. It operates through various brands, such as Harvey Norman, Domayne and Joyce Mayne. The Company’s brands sell products under various categories, including computer and electrical products, furniture, computerized communications, bedding and manchester, kitchen appliances, small appliances, bathroom and tiles, carpets, flooring, and audio visual and technologies.

  • Revenue in AUD (TTM)3.48bn
  • Net income in AUD480.54m
  • Incorporated1987
  • Employees5.73k
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