|Last Price||315.54||Max Price||352.68|
|Min Price||157.06||1 Year return||88.95|
Cintas's headquarter is based in Cincinnati. Cintas's core business is the personal goods sector. Cintas is leaded by CEO Scott D. Farmer William C. Gale is financially responsible for the company as CFO. The past 10 years the (international) industry gained at around 51 percent. Over the past 5 years the sector is 36 percent higher.
Over the last 12 months, that were profitable period for the investors in Cintas, the stock gained around 34 percent. Over the period 2011-2016 the stock rose a massive 255,15 percent. Cintas's revenues between 2011 and 2015 were relatively stable and moved between 4,1 billion dollars and 4,48 billion dollars. Cintas's net incomes between 2011 and 2015 were very volatile and moved between 246,99 million dollars and 408,08 million dollars.
The American company paid out dividends in the past 5 years. On average the Cintas stock yielded a delivered a dividend yield of around 4,14 percent over the past 5 years. Cintas raised it's dividends per share each year in the past 5 years. Because of the yearly increased dividends Cintas can be called a kind of dividend aristocrat.
At the end of 2015 around 33 thousand people were on Cintas' payroll.
At the end of 2015 the personal goods company's balance sheet equaled 4,19 billion dollars. The total debt of the personal goods company was at the end of 2015 2,26 billion dollars, which equals around 53,91 percent of the total balance sheet. At the end of 2016 the American company was traded with a price/earnings-ratio of around 23. So investors paid 23 times the company's 2015's EPS. Based on it's price/earnings-ratio and dividend yield the American stock can be seen as a value stock.
The personal goods company's market capitalization (the number of shares outstanding times the market value) equaled around 9,94 billion dollars. At the end of 2015 the American company had around 111,7 million stocks listed on the exchanges.