For years it are very heavy times for the investors in ArcelorMittal. Even with the dividend payments the share belongs to the underperformers from both the industrial metals sector as the Dutch exchange. So the received dividends are just a small compensation for the risk that investors took.
The matrix above shows ArcelorMittal's historical returns expressed in the different entry years in the left axis.The stock was clobbered in 2014, losing 57 percent in value. The year 2015 is so far the best year for the stock as it gained 132 percent in value during this period. Investors who bought the share in 2008 (price at that time 71,12 euros) now even have a price loss of 83 percent.
Over the current book year the total revenue will be 74,25 billion euros (consensus estimates). This is slightly lower than 2018's revenue of 76,03 billion euros.
The analysts expect for 2019 a net profit of 1,64 billion euros. For this year the consensus of the result per share is a profit of 1,71 euros. The price-earnings-ratio equals 7,25.
Per share the analysts expect a dividend of 0,24 cents per share. The dividend yield is then 1,94 percent. The average dividend yield of the industrial companies equals a limited 1 percent.
Based on the current number of outstanding shares ArcelorMittal's market capitalization is 12,64 billion euros. The ArcelorMittal stock was the past 12 months quite unstable. Since last August the stock is 53 percent lower. This year the stock price moved between 11 and 28 euro.
At 12.11 the stock trades 2,7 percent higher at 12,39 euros.
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