|Last Price||98.00||Max Price||169.80|
|Min Price||42.86||1 Year return||-43.32|
Senior's head office is based in Hertfordshire. Senior primarily operates in the airline sector. The global airline companies gained around 69 percent worldwide over the last 10 years. Measured since 2011 the sector is 101 percent higher and over the past 12 months (December 2015-December 2016) there is a plus of 69 percent.
The stock lost over the past 12 months at around 17 percent. Over the past 5 years the stock rose a modest 3,86 percent. Senior's revenues between 2011 and 2015 were quite similar and moved between 71,2 billion GBp and 84,95 billion GBp. Senior's net results between 2011 and 2015 were relatively steady and moved between 5,47 billion GBp and 6,48 billion GBp.
The English company paid out dividends in the past 5 years. On average Senior's dividend yield over the past 5 years was around 25,4 percent annually.
At the end of 2015 the airline company's balance sheet was worth 86,13 billion GBp. The total debt was around 43,04 billion GBp. This is 49,97 percent of the total balance sheet. Last year the airline company's price/earnings-ratio (PE) was around 20. So the investors valued the stock at 20 times 2015' earnings per share. Based on it's price/earnings-ratio and dividend yield the English stock can be seen as a value stock.
At the end of 2015 the market capitalization (the number of shares outstanding multiplied by the stock price) of the airline company equaled around 96,08 billion GBp. At the end of 2015 the English company had around 418,3 million stocks listed on the stock exchange(s).