- Market Capitalization, $K 45,730,964
- Shares Outstanding, K 1,759,560
- Annual Sales, $ 137,365 M
- Annual Income, $ 4,193 M
- 60-Month Beta 0.92
- Price/Sales 0.30
- Price/Cash Flow 3.91
- Price/Book 0.54
|Period||Period Low||Period High||Performance|
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+3.00 (+12.73%)since 04/27/20
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+0.65 (+2.51%)since 02/27/20
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+1.13 (+4.44%)since 05/24/19
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