Because of this years' big loss of 42 percent the stock is one of the worst shares of Germany. Since the start of this year, the average German stock rose year around 8 percent in value. Over the past 3 months the stock price increased (+16 percent).
Buy & hold Returns stock ThyssenKrupp several periods, excluding dividend returnsInvestors who invested in 2007 in the company's share now have a strong loss of 70 percent. Since 2012 the stock has a loss of 71 percent. over the past 90 days the stock made a profit of 16 percent.
Over the current book year the total revenue will be 30,55 billion euros (consensus estimates). This is rather significant lower than 2019's revenue of 42 billion euros.
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The analysts expect for 2020 a net loss of 2,12 billion euros. For this year the majority of the analysts, consulted by press agency Thomson Reuters, expects a loss per share of 3,15 euros. The price-earnings-ratio equals -2,23.
For this year analysts don't expect the company to pay a dividend. The average dividend yield of the industrial companies is a limited 0,22 percent.
ThyssenKrupp's market capitalization is based on the number of outstanding shares around 4,37 billion euros. The ThyssenKrupp stock was the past 12 months quite unstable. Since last August the stock is 36 percent lower. This year the stock price moved between 3 and 14 euro.
Click here for dividend ThyssenKrupp. At 9.38 the stock trades 0,54 percent lower at 7,02 euros.
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