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Sodexo S.A. (SDXAY)

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16.96-0.26 (-1.51%)
At close: 03:48PM EST
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Previous close17.22
Open17.16
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's range16.90 - 17.16
52-week range16.10 - 20.96
Volume33,330
Avg. volume26,769
Market cap12.415B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.04
PE ratio (TTM)79.77
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.46 (2.69%)
Ex-dividend date17 Dec 2021
1y target estN/A
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    Chelsea Flower Show tickets selling out despite Indian variant fears

    Corporate packages for wining and dining clients at the Chelsea Flower Show are "pretty much sold out", caterer Sodexo has said, as Britons shrug off growing concerns over the Indian variant to flock back to the biggest events in the social season. Chris Bray, chief executive of Sodexo's sport and leisure business, said "there doesn't appear to be the fear factor we thought might be there among the public", and instead people were racing to secure tickets to Sodexo is providing hospitality at the Royal Ascot event next month as well as at Henley Regatta in August, and then the Chelsea Flower Show in September. The French company offers hospitality packages at those events, which include tickets and fine dining provided by Michelin-starred chefs. At Ascot, which is taking place between June 15 and 19, Simon Rogan, Raymond Bland and Ollie Dabbous will be providing the food that will be delivered to people's boxes. Mr Bray said: "There's no real drag on the industry in terms of a hangover because people are frightened. People are desperate to get back and find some level of normality again after what has been a very long 12 months."