Monoprix operates within the Department stores sector.
In addition to historical fundamental analyses, the complete report available to purchase compares Monoprix with three other
department stores in Africa:
Pepkor Holdings Ltd
of SOUTH AFRICA
sales of 69.63 billion South African Rands [US$4.11 billion]
of which 65%
was Clothing and General Merchandise),
Massmart Holdings Limited
of SOUTH AFRICA
(93.66 billion South African Rands [US$5.52 billion]
of which 32%
was Masscash), and
Societe Magasin General SA
(1.06 billion Tunisian Dinars [US$383.66 million]
During the year ended December of 2019, sales at
Monoprix were 636.08 million Tunisian Dinars (US$230.88 million).
increase of 7.3%
versus 2018, when the company's sales were 592.57 million Tunisian Dinars.
This was the fifth consecutive year of sales increases at Monoprix
(and since 2014, sales have increased a total of 25%).
Sales of Local Sales - Sim saw an increase
that was more than double the company's growth rate: sales were up
89.1% in 2019, from
459,933.00 Tunisian Dinars to 869,819.00 Tunisian Dinars.
Monoprix also saw significant increases in sales in
Sale of Goods - Mmt (up 45.5% to 3.61 million Tunisian Dinars)
Not all segments of Monoprix experienced an increase in sales in 2019:
sales of Revenue In Sh fell 5.8% to 247,620.00 Tunisian Dinars.
(However, this segment's sales were only a very small portion of the company's overall sales).
Monoprix also experienced decreases in sales in
Sale of Goods - Monogros (down 0.4% to 421,092.00 Tunisian Dinars)