|Bid||2,672.00 x 0|
|Ask||2,674.00 x 0|
|Day's range||2,540.00 - 2,686.00|
|52-week range||25.20 - 3,038.00|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||1.02|
|PE ratio (TTM)||10.18|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.98 (3.86%)|
|Ex-dividend date||13 Aug 2020|
|1y target est||32.32|
Smurfit Kappa <SKG.I> will resume dividend payments after a brief coronavirus-related break and a 13% year-on-year fall in first-half earnings, it said on Wednesday, sending shares in Europe's largest paper packaging producer 5% higher. Like many companies, Smurfit withdrew its plan to pay a final dividend at the height of the pandemic in Europe in April. It will now pay the 80.9 euro cents per share, then a 12% year-on-year increase, as an interim dividend in September.
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Smurfit Kappa Group plc (‘SKG’, 'Smurfit Kappa' or ‘the Group’) today announced a trading update for the 3 months to 31 March 2020 and an update on the impact of COVID-19 on its business. Equally, our unique culture embraced by over 46,000 employees which is supported by our core values of safety, loyalty, integrity and respect, continues to give me great confidence for the future.
Junk-rated firms Smurfit Kappa and Thyssenkrupp were overwhelmed with demand when they kicked off post-summer proceedings for the European high-yield market on Monday, as yield-starved investors piled into the new issues. With much of the European bond market now in negative-yielding territory, investors are being forced down the credit spectrum - allowing the likes of Smurfit Kappa and Thyssenkrupp to price deals at levels rarely seen before.
Junk-rated firms Smurfit Kappa <SKG.I> and Thyssenkrupp <TKAG.DE> were overwhelmed with demand when they kicked off post-summer proceedings for the European high-yield market on Monday, as yield-starved investors piled into the new issues. With much of the European bond market now in negative-yielding territory, investors are being forced down the credit spectrum - allowing the likes of Smurfit Kappa and Thyssenkrupp to price deals at levels rarely seen before. Packaging firm Smurfit Kappa caught the eye with its plans to sell 750 million euros ($835.80 million) of eight-year bonds at 1.5%, some of the lowest yields clocked in the European junk bond market for a new issue, particularly for one of such a long maturity.