Based on the recent analyst estimates Brunel now has one of the highest dividend returns of the Dutch stock exchange.The average of the dividends estimates is at 1,24 euros. The dividend return consequently equals 7,95 percent. The average dividend of the employment agency equals an attractive percent.
For this year the consensus of the revenue equals 893 million euros. This is quite lower than the 2015's revenue of 1,23 billion euros.
The analysts estimate for 2016 a net profit of 26 million euros. For this year most of the analysts expect a profit per share of 54 cents. Based on this the price/earnings-ratio equals 28,89.
Brunel is being covered by 6 analysts (only based on fundamental analysis). The average target price for the stock is at 19,12 euros. This is around 23 percent more than the current stock price of 15,6 euros. The three most recent recommendations for Dutch were provided by ABN AMRO (buy, 20,00 euros), KBC Securities (buy, 20,50 euros) and Kepler Capital Markets (hold, without target price).
Based on the number of outstanding shares Brunel 's market capitalization equals 779,49 million euros.The stock traded at 9.59 0,87 percent lower at 15,6 euros.
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