- Market Capitalization, $K 99,646
- Shares Outstanding, K 16,229
- Annual Sales, $ 7,660 K
- Annual Income, $ -2,550 K
- 60-Month Beta 2.22
- Price/Sales 13.00
- Price/Cash Flow N/A
- Price/Book 7.97
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-0.08 (-1.21%)since 04/29/20
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-1.99 (-24.48%)since 02/28/20
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+1.70 (+38.19%)since 05/29/19
Efforts in formulating a coronavirus vaccine are heating up. These stocks and ETFs look to be the largest beneficiaries.
Parker-Hannifin (PH) is likely to benefit from robust backlog level and acquisitions. However, high realignment expenses and the coronavirus outbreak-led market downturn remain concerning.
Honeywell (HON) to produce 70 million FFP2 and FFP3 face masks at its Newhouse site in Scotland to help contain the coronavirus pandemic.
Berry Global (BERY) extended its global Meltex meltblown capacity, with the inclusion of an additional asset for the production of high-efficiency filtration media required for face masks.
Rexnord's (RXN) fiscal fourth-quarter earnings improve year over year on the back of sales growth.
MSA Safety (MSA) rewards shareholders with a 2.4% or 1 cent per share hike in its quarterly dividend rate. This underpins the company's solid cash position.
MRC Global (MRC) is likely to gain from contract wins and projects along with its focus on cash flow generation and cost reduction. Low customer demand, and weak oil & gas industry remain concerning.
Nordson (NDSN) is poised to gain from strong medical end markets, growth initiatives and buyouts. Weak Advanced Technology Systems segment and high costs remain concerning.
Middleby's (MIDD) Q1 revenues fall year over year on weak performance across its Commercial Foodservice and Residential Kitchen segments.
Flowserve's (FLS) Q1 earnings fall year over year due to temporary site closures on account of the coronavirus outbreak.