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UPM-Kymmene Oyj (UPM.HE)

UPM.HE on Helsinki Stock Exchange

27.41EUR
19 Jan 2018
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€0.41 (+1.52%)
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About

UPM-Kymmene Corporation (UPM) is a global forest company. The Company's segments include UPM Biorefining, UPM Energy, UPM Raflatac, UPM Specialty Papers, UPM Paper ENA, UPM Plywood and Other operations. The UPM Biorefining segment consists of pulp, timber and biofuels businesses. The UPM Energy segment is an electricity... (more)

Overall

Beta: 1.63
Market Cap(Mil.): €12,638.86
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 533.74
Dividend: 0.95
Yield (%): 4.01

Financials

  Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): -- 269.02 16.58
EPS (TTM): -- -- --
ROI: -- 2.60 10.60
ROE: -- 3.60 14.19

UPDATE 1-Finland's UPM moves forward with $2.3 bln Uruguay pulp project

HELSINKI/MONTEVIDEO, Nov 8 Finnish pulp and paper maker UPM moved forward on Wednesday with a plan to build a new 2 billion euro ($2.32 billion) pulp plant in Uruguay as it signed an infrastructure investment deal with the Latin American country.

08 Nov 2017

Uruguay, UPM ink preliminary deal for pulp plant project

MONTEVIDEO, Nov 7 Finnish pulp and paper maker UPM signed a preliminary agreement with Uruguay on Tuesday for a potential 2-billion-euro new pulp plant project, the company said in a statement.

07 Nov 2017

UPDATE 2-Finnish pulp, paper maker UPM posts strong profit, new cost cuts

HELSINKI, Oct 24 Finnish pulp and paper company UPM announced new cost cuts in its troubled paper business on Tuesday as rising pulp prices helped quarterly profits beat market expectations.

24 Oct 2017

UPDATE 2-Paper maker UPM hit by shutdowns, sees pulp price pressures

HELSINKI, July 25 Finnish pulp, paper and energy company UPM reported a smaller than expected quarterly profit on Tuesday due to maintenance outages, and warned pulp prices faced pressure from new capacity in the industry.

25 Jul 2017

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