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L'Oréal records double figure growth

A Lanc?me display, part of the L'Oréal group
Foto: TY Lim / Shutterstock.com

L'Oréal has exceeded expectations with a strong third quarter: the French cosmetics brand saw its sales grow by 11?%, the strongest growth in more than a decade.

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Asia remains biggest growth driver

L'Oréal recorded an 11?% turnover increase in the third quarter, to 7.18?billion euros. It is the strongest growth in more than a decade and is more than the figure of 7.03?billion euros expected by analysts. Asia was a major driver for this growth, where luxury brands such as Lanc?me are doing particularly well. In fact, the company's luxury division achieved a turnover of 2.75?billion euros, despite the recent troubles in Hong Kong.

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On a comparable basis, excluding currency effects and acquisitions, revenue increased by 7.8?%. This figure, too, is significantly better than the 6.3?% that was expected. The previous quarter's growth was 6.8?%.

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The French cosmetics group is reiterating its goal of outperforming the market this year. Last year, the beauty sector recorded global growth of 5.5?%, meaning L'Oréal is well on track.?

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