James Fisher and Sons plcFSJ:LSE

4.00 / 0.37%
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On Friday, James Fisher and Sons plc (FSJ:LSE) closed at 1,084, 4.23% above its 52-week low of 1,040, set on Oct 16, 2014.

52-week range
Oct 16 2014
Mar 18 2014
Markit short selling activity
Day high1,100
Day low1,080
Previous close1,088
Average volume39.34k
Shares outstanding50.20m
Free float35.08m
P/E (TTM)13.65
Market cap544.16m GBP
EPS (TTM)0.7943 GBP
Annual div (TTM)20.64 GBX
Annual div yield (TTM)1.90%
Div ex-dateOct 01 2014
Div pay-dateNov 03 2014
Last IC View
The last IC recommendation on James Fisher and Sons plc shares was Hold at 1,400 on 29 Aug 2014
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Comparative analysis

Past 90 days
1 week1 month6 months1 year5 years
James Fisher and Sons plc-5.49%-9.67%-18.07%-1.72%+152.39%
FTSE 100 Index+1.45%+5.94%-0.95%+1.04%+28.55%
Data delayed at least 15 minutes, as of Nov 21 2014 16:35 GMT.
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