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Grupo Carso SAB de CV (GCARSOA1.MX)

GCARSOA1.MX on Mexico Stock Exchange

69.68MXN
17 Aug 2018
Change (% chg)

$1.36 (+1.99%)
Prev Close
$68.32
Open
$68.12
Day's High
$70.50
Day's Low
$68.08
Volume
348,680
Avg. Vol
400,911
52-wk High
$77.60
52-wk Low
$58.15

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About

Grupo Carso, S.A.B. de C.V. is a holding company. The Company holds interests in various companies, which operate in the industrial, retail, infrastructure and construction, and energy sectors. The Company's segments include Retail, Industrial, Infrastructure and Construction, and Carso Energy. The Company's subsidiaries include... (more)

Overall

Beta: 0.75
Market Cap(Mil.): $159,386.70
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 2,269.73
Dividend: 0.45
Yield (%): 1.21

Financials

  GCARSOA1.MX Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 17.09 18.72 24.49
EPS (TTM): 4.09 -- --
ROI: 16.06 8.47 7.35
ROE: 15.40 9.97 12.55

BRIEF-New York Times Co Says Inversora Carso Reports Open Market Sale Of 360,000 Shares

* NEW YORK TIMES CO SAYS INVERSORA CARSO REPORTS OPEN MARKET SALE OF 360,000 SHARES AT $22.90/SHARE ON APRIL 16 - SEC FILING Source text : (http://bit.ly/2vqs1tr) Further company coverage:

18 Apr 2018

Sparring with leftist front-runner, Mexico's Slim defends airport project

MEXICO CITY Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim sparred on Monday with the country's presidential front-runner over the Mexico City airport his companies are helping build, saying the leftist's threats to halt the $13 billion project would be a setback for the economy.

16 Apr 2018

UPDATE 1-Sparring with leftist front-runner, Mexico's Slim defends airport project

MEXICO CITY, April 16 Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim sparred on Monday with the country's presidential front-runner over the Mexico City airport his companies are helping build, saying the leftist's threats to halt the $13 billion project would be a setback for the economy.

16 Apr 2018

EMERGING MARKETS-Latin American equities jump on U.S. jobs data

(Updates prices) SAO PAULO, March 9 Latin American equities soared across the board on Friday, with Brazil's benchmark Bovespa index gaining the most intraday in three weeks, after new economic data in the United States eased fears of tighter monetary policy there. The U.S. Labor Department said non-farm payrolls rose by 313,000 jobs in February, the biggest increase in more than 1-1/2 years. Crucially, wage growth was relatively subdued, which tempered concerns that th

10 Mar 2018

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