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H+H International A/S (HH.CO)


Copenhagen - Copenhagen Delayed Price. Currency in DKK
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74.50-1.50 (-1.97%)
At close: 4:59PM CET
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Previous Close76.00
Open76.00
Bid74.50 x
Ask75.00 x
Day's Range74.50 - 76.50
52 Week Range61.00 - 82.50
Volume18,385
Avg. Volume19,452
Market Cap802.03M
BetaN/A
PE Ratio (TTM)11.48
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target EstN/A
  • H+H International A/S : Neutral outlook but great fundamentals
    Capital Cubelast month

    H+H International A/S : Neutral outlook but great fundamentals

    Categories: Yahoo Finance H+H International A/S relative valuation is now NEUTRAL. It was previously rated UNDERVALUED, and has a fundamental analysis score of 66. Our analysis is based on comparing H+H International A/S with the following peers – Rockwool International A/S Class B, DOMIKI KRITIS S.A., Vicat-Ciments Vicat SA and Cementir Holding S.p.A. (ROCK.B-DK, DOMIK-GR, VCT-FR and CEM-IT). ... Read more (Read more...)

  • Reuters4 months ago

    Private equity groups line up bids for Xella - sources

    A number of buyout groups are expected to hand in tentative offers for building materials maker Xella by a Monday deadline in a potential 2 billion euro ($2.2 billion) deal, as its private equity owners try to benefit from high company valuations, according to several people close to the deal. Bids by Bain, Apollo, Blackstone, Lone Star, Triton and Cinven will likely value the company at 6 to 7 times Xella's expected annual core earnings of 270 million euros, while the sellers -- PAI Partners and Goldman Sachs' investment arm -- are hoping for a multiple of 8 times, the sources said. Listed sector peers such as Wienerberger, Braas Monier or Etex trade at roughly 6 to 7 times their expected core earnings.

  • Reuters8 months ago

    Goldman and PAI Partners ask Morgan Stanley to sell Xella - sources

    LONDON/FRANKFURT, June 29 (Reuters) - Private equity group PAI Partners and Goldman Sachs' investment arm have mandated Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs to sell building materials maker Xella after failing to float it last year, people familiar with the matter said. Xella posted revenues of 1.3 billion euros and core earnings of 243 million in the twelve months to the end of March 2016, according to its latest financial presentation. Listed sector peers such as Wienerberger, Braas Monier, Etex or H+H trade at roughly 5 times their expected core earnings.