MTS.AX - Metcash Limited

ASX - ASX Delayed price. Currency in AUD
2.62
+0.04 (+1.55%)
At close: 4:10PM AEST
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Previous close2.58
Open2.60
Bid2.57 x 0
Ask2.64 x 0
Day's range2.59 - 2.64
52-week range2.42 - 3.73
Volume2,705,693
Avg. volume6,402,207
Market cap2.556B
Beta1.51
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-0.15
Earnings date25 Jun. 2018 - 29 Jun. 2018
Forward dividend & yield0.13 (4.87%)
Ex-dividend date2018-07-10
1y target est2.88
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  • Australian Associated Press27 days ago

    Metcash shares lift despite $150m FY loss

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    Metcash swings to loss, competition fierce

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  • Australian Associated Press2 months ago

    Metcash to take $352m hit after SA blow

    Metcash will record a $352 million impairment in its full-year results after a South Australian supermarket decided not to renew its contract.

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    Metcash hit with $352m impairment in SA

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  • Metcash shares dive on $270m hit in SA
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    Metcash shares dive on $270m hit in SA

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    Metcash flags potential $270m hit in SA

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    AAP8 months ago

    Metcash profit boost sends shares soaring

    Metcash shares have hit their highest level in more than three and a half years after the wholesaler managed a 24 per cent lift in first-half profit on the back of boosted earnings across its food, liquor and hardware divisions. Despite this, Metcash's food division, which also supplies convenience stores, had a 5.8 per cent lift in pre-tax earnings, compared to an 8.1 per cent fall in earnings for the same period last year. Metcash said positive earnings from the convenience business was behind the result, while supermarket earnings were steady due to cost cuts and outsourcing of administration.

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    Metcash lifts HY profit despite IGA woes

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  • Hardware helps drive up Metcash profit
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    Hardware helps drive up Metcash profit

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    Metcash boosts HY profit 24% to $92.9m

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