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Grieg Seafood ASA (0GW8.IL)

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67,82-2,05 (-2,93%)
Alla chiusura: 05:53PM GMT
Schermo intero
Chiusura precedente69,88
Denaro0,00 x 0
Lettera69,50 x 0
Min-Max giorno67,80 - 68,80
Intervallo di 52 settimane61,70 - 155,80
Media Volume41.235
Beta (5 anni mensile)0,74
Rapporto PE (ttm)5,68
EPS (ttm)11,94
Prossima data utiliN/D
Rendimento e dividendo (forward)3,00 (4,47%)
Data ex dividendo10 giu 2022
Stima target 1AN/D
  • GlobeNewswire

    Grieg Seafood ASA: Q3 2022 results

    Highlights Harvest volume of 22,923 (20,479) tonnes Operational EBIT of NOK 145 million (NOK 149 million), with operational EBIT/kg of NOK 6.3 (7.3) Salmon prices remained seasonally high despite significant supply growth, strong demand in HoReCa and RetailHigh contract share and timing of harvest impacted price achievement Biological challenges in BC combined with underlying inflation resulted in higher farming costs Challenging growth conditions in Norway from mid of quarter Seawater productio

  • GlobeNewswire

    Grieg Seafood ASA: Presentation of third quarter 2022 results

    Grieg Seafood ASA will release its third quarter 2022 results on Friday, November 11, 2022 at 6:00 a.m. CET. CEO Andreas Kvame and CFO Atle Harald Sandtorv will present the results live at Høyres Hus, Stortingsgata 20, Oslo, and by webcast the same day at 8:00 a.m. CET. The presentation and the subsequent Q&A will be held in Norwegian. The presentation can be accessed at, or with the following link:

  • GlobeNewswire

    Grieg Seafood ASA: Notification of administrative act requiring culling

    The Norwegian Food Safety Authority have notified Grieg Seafood that the Group is required to cull fish in eight single pens on two farms in the Finnmark region, due to detection of the parasite Spironucleus salmonicida. There is about 1 million fish of an average of approximately 0.7 kg in these pens. The harvest guiding of the Group is not impacted. The parasite has also been detected in single pens on other farms with fish from the same generation. The majority of the pens have no signs of si