(VIANEWS) – APERAM (APAM.AS) is among this list of stock assets with the highest dividend rate and return on equity on the Basic Materials sector.
|Financial Asset||Price||Forward Dividend Yield||Return on Equity|
|AKZO NOBEL (AKZA.AS)||€72.38||2.56%||6.37%|
Several Euronext companies pay out dividends to its shareholders. The dividend yield is a dividend to price ratio showing how much a company pays out in dividends each year.
1. APERAM (APAM.AS)
6.06% Forward Dividend Yield and 17.26% Return On Equity
Aperam S.A., together with its subsidiaries, engages in the production and sale of stainless and specialty steel products worldwide. It operates through four segments: Stainless & Electrical Steel; Services & Solutions; Alloys & Specialties; and Recycling & Renewables. The company offers range of stainless steel products, including grain oriented and non-grain oriented electrical steel products, and specialty alloys. It is also involved in the distribution of its products; and the provision of transformation services that include value added and customized steel solutions. In addition, the company designs, produces, and transforms various specialty alloys and other specific stainless steels in forms, such as bars, semis, cold-rolled strips, wire and wire rods, and plates in a range on grades. Further, it engages in the trading, processing, and recycling of raw materials, such as superalloys and titanium; provides Recyco, an electric arc furnace recycling facility that retrieves dust and sludge to recycle stainless steel raw materials and reduce waste; and produces wood and charcoal from cultivated eucalyptus forests. The company serves customers in aerospace, automotive, catering, construction, household appliances, electrical engineering, industrial processes, medical, and oil and gas industries. It distributes its products through a network of steel service centers, transformation facilities, and sales offices. The company was incorporated in 2010 and is headquartered in Luxembourg City, Luxembourg.
Earnings Per Share
As for profitability, APERAM has a trailing twelve months EPS of €7.72.
APERAM has a trailing twelve months price to earnings ratio of 4.15. Meaning, the purchaser of the share is investing €4.15 for every euro of annual earnings.
The company’s return on equity, which measures the profitability of a business relative to shareholder’s equity, for the twelve trailing months is 17.26%.
Stock Price Classification
According to the stochastic oscillator, a useful indicator of overbought and oversold conditions, APERAM’s stock is considered to be overbought (>=80).
Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation, and Amortization
APERAM’s EBITDA is 0.37.
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2. AKZO NOBEL (AKZA.AS)
2.56% Forward Dividend Yield and 6.37% Return On Equity
Akzo Nobel N.V. engages in the production and sale of paints and coatings worldwide. It offers decorative paints, including paints, lacquers, and varnishes; and a range of mixing machines and color concepts for the building and renovation industry, as well as specialty coatings. The company also provides performance coatings that protect and enhance ships, cars, aircraft, yachts, architectural components, consumer goods, and oil and gas facilities. It offers its products primarily under AkzoNobel, Alabastine, Alba, Andercol, Apla, Armstead Trade, Astral, AwlGrip, Dulux, Bruguer, Cetabever, Cetol, Chemcraft, Colourland Paints, Coral, Cromadex, Cuprinol, Dynacoat, Flexa, Glitsa, Grip-Gard, Zweihorn, Xylazel, Xyladecor, Wanda, Vpowdertech, Vivechrom, U-tech, Trimetal, Titanlux, Taubmans, Sparlack, Sikkens, Savana, and Salcomix, as well as Sadolin, Resicoat, Relest, Procolor, Polyfilla, Polycell, Pinotex, Pintuco, Oxirite, Nordsjo, Molto, Modern Classikk, Maxilite, Mauvilac, Mason CT, Marshall, Laxol, Levis, Lesonal, Interpon, International, Interlux, Innenweis, Inca, Herbol, and Hammerite brands. The company was formerly known as Akzo NV and changed its name to Akzo Nobel N.V. in 1994. Akzo Nobel N.V. was founded in 1646 and is headquartered in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
Earnings Per Share
As for profitability, AKZO NOBEL has a trailing twelve months EPS of €2.06.
AKZO NOBEL has a trailing twelve months price to earnings ratio of 35.14. Meaning, the purchaser of the share is investing €35.14 for every euro of annual earnings.
The company’s return on equity, which measures the profitability of a business relative to shareholder’s equity, for the twelve trailing months is 6.37%.
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3. CORBION (CRBN.AS)
1.95% Forward Dividend Yield and 15.26% Return On Equity
Corbion N.V. provides lactic acid and lactic acid derivatives, emulsifiers, functional enzyme blends, minerals, vitamins, and algae ingredients in the Netherlands, the United States, Latin America, Asia, rest of North America, and rest of Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. The company offers ingredient solutions made from renewable resources for the food, home and personal care, animal nutrition, pharmaceutical, medical device, and bioplastics markets It markets its products through a network of sales offices and distributors. The company was formerly known as CSM N.V. and changed its name to Corbion N.V. in October 2013. Corbion N.V. was founded in 1919 and is headquartered in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
Earnings Per Share
As for profitability, CORBION has a trailing twelve months EPS of €1.03.
CORBION has a trailing twelve months price to earnings ratio of 26.06. Meaning, the purchaser of the share is investing €26.06 for every euro of annual earnings.
The company’s return on equity, which measures the profitability of a business relative to shareholder’s equity, for the twelve trailing months is 15.26%.
Today’s last reported volume for CORBION is 7765 which is 91.58% below its average volume of 92285.
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