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Marel hf. (MAREL.IC)

Iceland - Iceland Real-time price. Currency in ISK
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940.00+2.00 (+0.21%)
At close: 3:17PM BST
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Previous close938.00
Bid931.00 x N/A
Ask940.00 x N/A
Day's range931.00 - 943.00
52-week range653.00 - 954.00
Avg. volume503,518
Market cap707.106B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.27
PE ratio (TTM)6,911.76
EPS (TTM)0.14
Earnings date20 Oct 2021
Forward dividend & yield8.30 (0.88%)
Ex-dividend date19 Mar 2021
1y target est553.24
  • Globe Newswire

    Marel: Transaction in own financial instruments

    Viðskipti með eigin fjármálagerninga/ Transaction in own financial instruments Nafn/Name:Marel hf. Dagsetning viðskipta/Date of transaction:28.7.2021 Kaup eða sala/Buy or Sell:Sala/Sell Tegund fjármálagernings/Type of instrument:Hlutabréf/Equities Fjöldi hluta/Number of shares:173.866 Gengi/Verð pr. Hlut/Price:EUR 2,713 Fjöldi hluta eftir viðskipti/Primary insider's holdings after the transaction:17.019.241 Dagsetning lokauppgjörs/Date of settlement: Ástæður viðskipta/Reason for transaction:Viðs

  • Globe Newswire

    Marel: Q2 2021 Investor Meeting Presentation

    Marel hf. published its Q2 2021 Condensed Consolidated Financial Interim Statements after market closing on 21 July 2021. Please find attached the Q2 2021 investor presentation for today’s virtual investor meeting at 8:30 am GMT (10:30 am CET), where CEO Arni Oddur Thordarson and CFO Linda Jonsdottir will give an overview of the financial results and operational highlights in the second quarter. The meeting is webcast live on and a recording is available after the meeting o

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    Marel Q2 2021: Record orders and cash flow, revenues and EBIT stable between quarters

    EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Financial highlights Q2 2021 Record orders received and strong order book, orders for poultry were at a strong level, meat were in line with expectations and fish were at record levels.Pipeline building up across all industries and processing stages.Profitability at similar levels as Q1 2021, hampered by supply chain and logistics costs, as well as step up in sales and service coverage ahead of the growth curve. Orders received were EUR 371.3m (2Q20: 280.1m).The order book was