Lyonnaise des Eaux de Casablanca (LYD.CS)

Also known as:  Lydec
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260.00 MAD 0.100.04%
As of 03 DEC 2021 11:00 GMT|Casablanca SE

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Recommendation
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Div Yield
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P/E (Last 12 Month)
0.0
Upside
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Target Price (Mean)
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52Wk
249.8 01 OCT
369.0 09 SEP

Open
260.00 MAD
Previous Close
259.90 MAD
Turnover
260.0 MAD
EPS
-
Volume
1
Transactions
1
Market Cap
2.08B MAD
IPO Date
18-Jul-2005
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About Lyonnaise des Eaux de Casablanca

Country of Incorporation
Established In
1995
Primary Sector
Stock Listing
IDStock TypeCurrencyExchangeSymbol
LYD.CSEOrdinaryMADCasablanca SELYD

Contact details

Primary address
Building: Lyonnaise des Eaux de Casablanca Building
Street: Mohammed Diouri Street 48
P.O. Box: 16048
Country: Morocco
City: Casablanca
City Suffix: 20110
Region
Greater Casablanca
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