- Market Capitalization, $K 165,362,848
- Shares Outstanding, K 2,454,547
- Annual Sales, $ 263,310 M
- Annual Income, $ 20,526 M
- 60-Month Beta 0.72
- Price/Sales 0.59
- Price/Cash Flow 3.38
- Price/Book 1.41
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+0.32 (+0.48%)since 11/01/23
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+3.49 (+5.46%)since 09/01/23
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+5.67 (+9.19%)since 12/01/22
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|3rd Resistance Point||68.73|
|2nd Resistance Point||68.38|
|1st Resistance Point||67.88|
|1st Support Level||67.03|
|2nd Support Level||66.68|
|3rd Support Level||66.18|