The past years Wolters Kluwer gained a lot in value. The stock belongs because of her strong price gain of 397 percent over the past 10 year to one of the best shares of the Dutch stock markets. Since the start of this year, the average Dutch stock has gained year around 132 percent in value. Other winners over the past 10 years are BE Semiconductor, ASML and Acomo.
Buy & hold Returns stock Wolters Kluwer several periods, excluding dividend returnsSince 2012 the stock has a price gain of 210 percent. over the past 90 days the stock made a profit of 7 percent.
For this year Wolters Kluwer's revenue will be around 4,53 billion euros. This is according to the average of the analysts' estimates. This is slightly more than 2017's revenue of 4,26 billion euros.
The analysts expect for 2018 a net profit of 732 million euros. Most of the analysts anticipate on a profit per share of 2,7 euros. Based on this the price/earnings-ratio is 23,03.
Analysts expect a dividend of 1,04 euros per share. Wolters Kluwer's dividend yield thus equals 1,67 percent. The average dividend yield of the publishers is a moderate 1 percent.
Based on the current number of shares Wolters Kluwer's market capitalization equals 17,5 billion euros. The Wolters Kluwer stock was the past 12 months quite unstable. Since last May the stock is even 41 percent higher. This year the stock price moved between 45 and 63 euro. Since 2008 the stock price is almost 397 percent higher.
On Tuesday the stock closed at 62,18 euros.
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