PARIS — The Courtin-Clarins family is expected to announce an 842.8 million euro, or $1.33 billion at current exchange, offer today to take Groupe Clarins private — and the financial community is generally giving the move a thumbs-up.
The family will hold a press conference here this morning to reveal plans to buy out the beauty company's minority shareholders, according to a filing Friday with the Autorité des Marchés Financiers, France's stock market watchdog.
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