- Market Capitalization, $K 10,414,848
- Shares Outstanding, K 204,936
- Annual Sales, $ 2,733 M
- Annual Income, $ 982,000 K
- 60-Month Beta 0.94
- Price/Sales 3.87
- Price/Cash Flow 8.55
- Price/Book 6.05
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-1.04 (-2.02%)since 11/07/22
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+0.05 (+0.10%)since 09/07/22
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+4.59 (+10.03%)since 12/07/21
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|3rd Resistance Point||52.21|
|2nd Resistance Point||51.71|
|1st Resistance Point||51.02|
|1st Support Level||49.83|
|2nd Support Level||49.33|
|3rd Support Level||48.64|