Magazine Luiza is a company that generates greater return to shareholders in the world

Charlie Taylor

The Boston Consulting Group has just released “The 2022 Value Creators Rankings” with the ranking of companies in the world that most generate total shareholder return (TSR, from English Total Shareholder Return). Magazine Luiza emerged in first position in the global ranking , by industry, such as the company whose shares are the best in the world. The retailer generated, in these four years, a total return of 226% of gains in market valuation and dividends, per year. The data are as of December 31, 2020 and reflect the annual average TSR over the past five years, from 2016 to 2020, where 2400 shares were evaluated.The BC21's 2022 Value Creators Rankings shows that even with the world suffering from the impact of COVID-19, the strong performance of the capital market, which characterized most of the previous decade , continued in 2020.Pizza Day FoxbitTo create value resulting from the global pandemic, the survey further reveals that investors are attracted to companies that focus heavily on medium to long-term performance. Doing this involves prioritizing the right investments – developing key technologies and talent, making the right choices for portfolio and have a well-aligned sustainability strategy.

Magazine Luiza

Magazine Luiza reported net income of R $ 81.5 million in the first quarter of 2022 and, thus, reversed the loss recorded in the same period of the previous year, according to a report sent to the market. profit was R $ 258.6 million. The company stated that online sales remained strong and, thus, offset the drop in gross margin with dilution of expenses. Adjusted Ebitda (earnings before taxes, interest, depreciation and amortization) jumped 56% to R $ 427.2 million. The adjusted EBITDA margin was stable at 5.2%. Just click here if you are already an investor

The retailer

The retailer also pointed out that sales rose 62.8%, to R $ 12.5 billion, in data that includes its marketplace. It also said that online sales represented 70.3% of the total, 17 percentage points above the last year, and reached R $ 8.8 billion.

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