National Agriculture Marketing Company (4160.SE)

Also known as:  Thimar
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17.20 SAR 0.000.00%
As of 10 DEC 2019 13:00 GMT|Saudi SE

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52Wk
16.82 25 NOV
28.0 02 JAN

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Previous Close
17.20 SAR
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Market Cap
172.00M SAR
IPO Date
10-Jan-1999
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About National Agriculture Marketing Company

Country of Incorporation
Established In
1988
Primary Sector
Stock Listing
IDStock TypeCurrencyExchangeSymbol
4160.SSEOrdinarySARSaudi SE4160

Contact details

Primary address
Building: National Agriculture Marketing Company Building
Street: Omar Bin Abdul Aziz Street
Area: Al Rabwa Area
P.O. Box: 88618
Country: Saudi Arabia
City: Riyadh
City Suffix: 11672
Region
Riyadh
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