|Last Price||18.82||Max Price||19.15|
|Min Price||7.23||1 Year return||38.89|
Over the past year the company' stock gained around 9 percent. The period between August 2011 and August 2016 was a profitable period for the investors. The stock rose on average 2 percent. Mattel's revenues between 2011 and 2015 were relatively steady and moved between 6,42 billion dollars and 5,7 billion dollars. Mattel's net results between 2011 and 2015 were far from constant and moved between 768,51 million dollars and 369,42 million dollars.
Mattel's head office is based in El Segundo. Mattel is mostly active in the entertainment sector. Christopher A. Sinclair is the CEO of the company. The CFO of Mattel the company is Kevin M. Farr. The past 10 years the (international) industry lost at around 7 percent. Measured since 2011 the sector is -15 percent lower and over the past 12 months (December 2015-2016) there is a minus of 7 percent.
Over the past 5 years the American company paid out dividends. On average Mattel's dividend yield over the past 5 years was around 6,64 percent annually.
At the end of 2015 the entertainment company's balance sheet equaled 6,55 billion dollars. Of the total balance sheet 3,92 billion dollars (59,81 percent) was financed by debt. At the end of 2016 the American company was traded with a price/earnings-ratio of around 29. So investors paid 29 times the company's 2015's EPS. Many analysts say that based on her price/earnings-ratio and dividend yield the American stock can be seen as a value stock.
The entertainment company's market capitalization (the number of shares outstanding times the market value) equaled around 9,1 billion dollars. At the end of 2015 the American company had around 339,7 million stocks listed on the exchanges.