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Treasury Wine Estates Limited (TSRYF)

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Previous Close7.93
Open7.91
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range7.93 - 7.93
52 Week Range5.92 - 9.10
Volume5,400
Avg. Volume3,780
Market Cap6.031B
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.42
PE Ratio (TTM)45.11
EPS (TTM)0.18
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.23 (2.91%)
Ex-Dividend DateMar 03, 2021
1y Target EstN/A
  • Reuters

    UPDATE 3-Australia's Treasury Wine sees better 2H earnings despite China impact

    Treasury Wine Estates on Thursday announced a market-beating full-year operating profit forecast, as the world's largest listed winemaker weathers the impact of steep Chinese tariffs on Australian wine. The company said it expects earnings before interest, tax, SGARA and material items (EBITS) of A$495 million to A$515 million ($382.64 million to $398.10 million) for 2021, down from A$533.5 million a year earlier. If achieved, operating earnings for the second half of fiscal 2021 would top interim earnings - an improvement from what the company had flagged in February.

  • Reuters

    CORRECTED-UPDATE 1-Australia's Treasury Wine sees lower 2021 earnings on China impact

    Treasury Wine Estates on Thursday forecast a drop in operating profit for the full year, as the world's largest listed winemaker reels from the impact of steep Chinese tariffs on Australian wine. The company said it expects earnings before interest, tax, SGARA and material items (EBITS) of A$495 million to A$515 million ($382.64 million to $398.10 million) for 2021, down from A$533.5 million a year earlier. The range, however, was ahead of market expectations, Goldman Sachs analysts said, and shares rose 3.5% in a subdued broader market.

  • Reuters

    Australia's Treasury Wine forecasts lower 2021 earnings

    Treasury Wine Estates on Thursday forecast a drop in a key earnings metric for the full year, as the world's largest listed winemaker reels from the impact of steep Chinese tariffs on Australian wine. The company said it expects earnings before interest, tax, SGARA and material items (EBITS) of A$495 million to A$515 million ($382.64 million to $398.10 million) for 2021, down from A$533.5 million a year earlier.