Carrefour (CA.pa) bearish scenario:

The technical figure Rising Wedge can be found in the French company Carrefour (CA.pa) at daily chart . Carrefour is a French multinational retail corporation headquartered in Massy, France. The eighth-largest retailer in the world by revenue, it operates a chain of hypermarkets, groceries stores, and convenience stores, which as of January 2021, comprises its 12,225 stores in over 30 countries. The Rising Wedge has broken through the support line on 21/05/2022, if the price holds below this level you can have a possible bearish price movement with a forecast for the next 17 days towards 17.880 EUR. Your stop loss order according to experts should be placed at 21.370 EUR if you decide to enter this position.

Europe's largest food retailer reported first-quarter sales that showed a lacklustre performance in its core French market, overshadowing more robust growth in Brazil.

The French retailer said it was confident about its 2022 outlook, confirming a key cash flow target for the year, but this was not enough to support the shares following a 26% rise so far this year. Cash is key to Carrefour's plans to step up digital commerce expansion without the extra financial resources that would have been on hand if two planned tie-ups last year had not failed - one with Canada's Couche-Tard and the other with France's Auchan.

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