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Change Today -500.00 / -0.17%
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posco (005490) Snapshot

Open
300,000
Previous Close
300,000
Day High
301,500
Day Low
298,500
52 Week High
09/11/13 - 344,000
52 Week Low
03/4/14 - 268,500
Market Cap
26.1T
Average Volume 10 Days
130.3K
EPS TTM
14,872
Shares Outstanding
87.2M
EX-Date
12/27/13
P/E TM
20.1x
Dividend
8,000
Dividend Yield
2.66%
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posco (005490) Details

POSCO, together with its subsidiaries, manufactures and sells steel rolled products and plates. It operates through four segments: Steel, Trading, Construction, and Others. The Steel segment offers hot and cold rolled products, steel plates, wire rods, galvanized steel products, and electrical and stainless steel products for use in the automobile, machinery, nuclear power plant, ship-building, aeronautic, and electronics industries. The Trading segment exports and imports a range of steel products and raw materials. The Construction segment is engaged in planning, designing, and constructing industrial plants, civil engineering projects, and commercial and residential buildings in South Korea and internationally. The Others segment is involved in the power generation, liquefied natural gas production, network and system integration, and logistics activities. POSCO was founded in 1968 and is based in Seoul, South Korea.

Founded in 1968

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posco (005490) Key Developments

POSCO Drops Its Plan To Acquire Dongbu's Assets

POSCO (KOSE:A005490) has dropped its plan to acquire Dongbu Incheon Steel and a power station in Dangjin under the wing of Dongbu Group, due to associated financial burden, POSCO's Chief Executive.

POSCO May Withdraw Bid For Dongbu's Assets

POSCO (KOSE:A005490) is likely to withdraw its bid to acquire Dongbu Incheon Steel and Dongbu Dangjin Plant facilities from Dongbu Group following the unexpected downgrade of its credit rating last week by local assessment agencies. The bidding price of the deal may be a key reason for POSCO possible withdrawal. POSCO offered KRW 500 billion for the package deal, while Dongbu's creditor Korea Development Bank had offered about KRW 700 billion. According to POSCO officials, its Chairman Kwon Oh Joon and other top executives reviewed the package deal on June 16, 2014 but made no final decision on the bid.

POSCO To Buy More Stake In Companhia

POSCO (KOSE:A005490) is eyeing to double its 10% stake in Companhia Siderúrgica Suape, local press reported.

 

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Valuation 005490 Industry Range
Price/Earnings 22.1x
Price/Sales 0.4x
Price/Book 0.6x
Price/Cash Flow 23.9x
TEV/Sales NM Not Meaningful
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