Mexico exchange. Sector: Consumer Cyclical. Industry: Department Stores. Location Mexico, Mexico City.

Grupo Sanborns, S.A.B. de C.V. [GSANBORB-1.MXMexico

23.7USD

• At close Tue Oct 04 2022

2,789,477,140 USD
MARKET CAP
237.059
PE
0.111
BETA (5y)
0.102
EPS

profit

14%

for 5 years

profit

26%

for 3 years

profit

4%

for 2 years

profit

28%

for 1 year

profit

3%

for this year

About Grupo Sanborns, S.A.B. de C.V.

Grupo Sanborns, S.A.B. de C.V. operates retail stores and restaurants in Mexico and Central America. The company operates department stores, specialty stores, electronics and entertainment stores, convenience stores, luxury stores, and restaurants, as well as boutique stores. Its stores offer fashion ware, large and small appliances, furniture, home improvement products and electronics, books, magazines, health and beauty products, pharmacy products, toys, music and video products, jewelry, photography products, cellular phones, candies, gifts, Apple products and accessories, movies, video games, cosmetics and perfumes, food products, and clothing and accessories. The company also operates shopping malls and an e-commerce platform. As of December 31, 2021, it operated 97 stores under the Sears brand; 194 stores under the Sanborns brand; and 141 stores under the iShop and MixUp brands. The company was founded in 1903 and is headquartered in Mexico City, Mexico. Grupo Sanborns, S.A.B. de C.V. is a subsidiary of Grupo Carso, S.A.B. de C.V.

Grupo Sanborns, S.A.B. de C.V.
https://www.gsanborns.com.mx
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