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Equifax Inc. (EFX)

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193,85-0,21 (-0,11%)
Alla chiusura: 03:59PM EST
193,84 -0,01 (-0,01%)
Dopo ore: 04:02PM EST
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Chiusura precedente194,06
Aperto193,13
Denaro193,72 x 800
Lettera193,82 x 800
Min-Max giorno192,04 - 194,93
Intervallo di 52 settimane145,98 - 300,11
Volume524.021
Media Volume1.048.673
Capitalizzazione23,736B
Beta (5 anni mensile)1,45
Rapporto PE (ttm)33,71
EPS (ttm)5,75
Prossima data utili07 feb 2023 - 13 feb 2023
Rendimento e dividendo (forward)1,56 (0,80%)
Data ex dividendo22 nov 2022
Stima target 1A194,12
  • GlobeNewswire

    Total Consumer Debt Climbs to $2.36 Trillion as Consumers Lean on Credit Cards

    Equifax Canada Market Pulse Quarterly Credit Trends ReportTORONTO, Dec. 06, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Total consumer debt has climbed to $2.36 trillion, an increase of 7.3 per cent in Q3 2022 compared to last year according to Equifax Canada’s most recent Market Pulse consumer credit trends and insights report. Average non-mortgage debt per consumer rose to $21,183, the highest level since Q2 2020. Following a 3.1 per cent rise in the number of credit-active consumers, overall non-mortgage debt s

  • GlobeNewswire

    Most Canadians Plan to Spend Less on Gifts this Holiday Season

    Consumers aim to stick to budget while shopping more in-store to support local businessesTORONTO, Nov. 15, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Consumers are certainly feeling the pinch leading into Black Friday according to new survey data* from Equifax Canada. Six-in-ten (60 per cent) say financial pressures due to inflation mean they will be spending less on gifts this holiday season, and 41 per cent say they will limit their holiday spending because they are already carrying too much debt, up from 36 pe

  • GlobeNewswire

    Increased Cost of Living and Mounting Debt Cause Major Concerns for Canadians

    Equifax survey finds many people checking credit scores and reports more oftenTORONTO, Nov. 01, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Canadians are feeling the squeeze trying to keep up with monthly bills, debt obligations, housing payments, and trying to save for retirement according to a recent consumer survey conducted by Equifax Canada in advance of November’s Financial Literacy Month. Only half of Canadians (50 per cent) indicate that they feel comfortable about their personal economic outlook. This is