last updated on: 09 May 2018

DP World Limited

Also known as: DP World, DPW

last trade: 22.600 USD (20 June 2018) -0.15


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Business Summary Ownership and operation of seaports and terminals. Through its main subsidiaries; it provides management of seaports; ownership of free trade zones; offers security, integrated supply chain, cargo handling, rail and water freight services; provides Islamic securities brokerage and trading services. Country of Incorporation UAE Ownership Type Publicly Listed Established In 2006 Primary Sector Transport Number of Employees 200 Stock Listing
ID Stock Type Currency Exchange Symbol
DPW.DIFX Ordinary USD Nasdaq Dubai DPW

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  • 22.600
  • -0.15
  • -0.70%  
  • 23.300
  • 23.490
  • 22.750 
  • 104,912
  • 112
  • 2,370,526
  • USD 18,758M

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