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Emaar Properties PJSC (EMAR.DU)

EMAR.DU on Dubai Financial Market

4.74AED
26 Mar 2019
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About

Emaar Properties PJSC is a United Arab Emirates-based company engaged in property investment and development, property management services, hospitality, utility services, shopping malls and retail, as well as investing in financial service providers. The Company is organized, along with its subsidiaries, into three business... (more)

Overall

Beta: 1.05
Market Cap(Mil.): DHs. 61,430.56
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 7,159.74
Dividend: 0.15
Yield (%): 1.75

Financials

  EMAR.DU Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 10.98 19.77 19.21
EPS (TTM): 0.78 -- --
ROI: 10.03 7.60 0.46
ROE: 13.48 11.50 15.44

MIDEAST STOCKS-Real estate hurts Dubai, ex-dividend stocks weigh on Qatar

March 21 Dubai's stock market dropped on Thursday, weighed down by its property shares, while Qatar slipped as its heavyweight stocks traded ex-dividend.

21 Mar 2019

UPDATE 1-Dubai's Emaar buys remaining 49 pct of website Namshi

DUBAI, Feb 25 Dubai's Emaar Malls on Monday bought the 49 percent of e-commerce fashion website Namshi it did not own from Global Fashion Group (GFG) for 475.5 million dirhams ($129.5 million).

25 Feb 2019

Dubai's Emaar buys remaining 49 pct of website Namshi

DUBAI, Feb 25 Dubai's Emaar Malls said on Monday it had bought the 49 percent of e-commerce fashion website Namshi it did not own from Global Fashion Group (GFG) for 475.5 million dirhams ($129.5 million).

25 Feb 2019

MIDEAST STOCKS-Dubai lifted by Emaar Properties, Saudi hurt by banks

DUBAI, Feb 24 Dubai stocks rebounded on Sunday after falling in the previous session, helped by strong gains in market heavyweight Emaar Properties, while financials weighed on both the Saudi and Qatari markets.

24 Feb 2019

MIDEAST STOCKS-UAE property developers’ earnings give Gulf markets a boost

* Emaar, Aldar post better-than-expected results * Real estate sector gets confidence boost * DAMAC gains despite 87 pct drop in Q4 net profits * Bank stocks down in Saudi Arabia * Orascom Investment extends gains in Egypt DUBAI, Feb 17 Most stock markets in the Middle East closed higher on Sunday, reflecting a rally in global stock markets on Friday, and were also boosted by better-than-expected company results, particularly in real estate. The Abu Dhab

17 Feb 2019

MIDEAST STOCKS-Robust company results boost sluggish Gulf real estate

DUBAI, Feb 17 Gulf markets rose in early trade on Sunday on the back of positive company results at the end of last week and they were also supported by a rally in global stock markets on Friday.

17 Feb 2019

MIDEAST STOCKS-Dubai gains, led by Emaar; Qatar slips to four-month low

* Emaar Properties and units lift Dubai index on Q4 earnings * Air Arabia drops to near 6-year low * 16 of 20 stocks on Qatar's index slip * Qatar's Gulf International slumps after posting FY loss By Shakeel Ahmad and Abinaya Vijayaraghavan Feb 14 Dubai stocks rose on Thursday as earnings at Emaar-linked companies lifted its battered real estate shares, while Qatar's market was pulled down to a four-month low by a sell-off in its blue-chip firms. In Dub

14 Feb 2019

Dubai's Emaar Properties reports 27 percent Q4 profit increase

DUBAI, Feb 14 Dubai's largest listed developer Emaar Properties beat expections to report a 27 percent rise in fourth-quarter profit on Thursday, helped by solid performances at its development and hospitality units. The developer of Dubai's Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest tower, said it made 1.79 billion dirhams ($490 million) in the three months to Dec. 31 2018 compared with 1.41 billion dirhams a year earlier.

14 Feb 2019

UPDATE 2-Dubai property developers put bond plans on hold -sources

* Dubai property prices have slid since mid-2014 peak (Adds comment from DAMAC)

21 Jan 2019

Dubai property developers put bond plans on hold - sources

DUBAI, Jan 21 Dubai's Emaar Properties and state-owned developer Nakheel have put on hold plans to issue U.S. dollar-denominated bonds, Emaar and sources familiar with the bond issues said, amid a real estate downturn and volatility in emerging markets.

21 Jan 2019

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