Investors panned the company's updated turnaround plan.
News & Analysis: Coty (Class A)
Coty bit off more than it could chew when it bought Procter and Gamble's beauty business. The multinational just released details on an ambitious effort to fix improve performance.
Shares of the cosmetics maker fell after it announced its long-awaited turnaround plan.
Despite a strong day for the market, these stocks lagged behind.
Shares of the cosmetics specialist gained on a round of insider buying.
So why did the stock rally nearly 80% in 2019?
COTY earnings call for the period ending May 9, 2019.
Shares of the cosmetics company bounced on a better-than-expected earnings report and a tender offer from its biggest shareholder.
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Investors shouldn’t confuse the tender offer with a takeover bid.