Al-Yamamah Steel Industries Company (1304.SE)

Also known as:  Al-Yamamah Steel
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39.30 SAR -0.45-1.13%
As of 02 DEC 2021 12:19 GMT|Saudi SE

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Div Yield
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P/E (Last 12 Month)
10.49
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Target Price (Mean)
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52Wk
28.8 05 JAN
56.4 12 AUG

Open
39.80 SAR
Previous Close
39.30 SAR
Turnover
23.13M SAR
EPS
3.799 SAR
Volume
587,131
Transactions
1808
Market Cap
2.00B SAR
IPO Date
22-May-2016
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About Al-Yamamah Steel Industries Company

Country of Incorporation
Established In
1989
Primary Sector
Stock Listing
IDStock TypeCurrencyExchangeSymbol
1304.SSEOrdinarySARSaudi SE1304

Contact details

Primary address
Building: New Aqaria Towers
Street: Salahuddin Al Ayoubi Street
Floor: 6th Floor, Office 6201
Area: Al Malaz Area
P.O. Box: 55303
Country: Saudi Arabia
City: Riyadh
City Suffix: 11534
Region
Riyadh
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