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Federated Hermes Inc Class B FHI Stock Quote

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Last close prices updated as of Feb 02, 2023, 7:00 PM EST | USD | BATS BZX Real-Time Price
  • Last Close 40.4
  • Sector Financial Services
  • Industry Asset Management
  • Investment Style Small Blend
  • Day Range 40.04  –  40.71
  • Year Range 27.88  –  40.71
  • Market Cap 3.5954 Bil
  • Volume / Avg 959,938.0 /  595,011.6
  • Price / Sales 2.40
  • Price / Book 3.44
  • Forward Div Yield 2.67%
  • Trailing Div Yield 3.34%

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Increased Money Market Assets and Fees Offset Weaker Long-Term AUM Results in Federated Hermes' Q4

Greggory Warren Sector Strategist

Analyst Note

| Greggory Warren |

While there was little in no-moat Federated Hermes fourth-quarter results to alter our long-term view of the firm, we expect to raise our fair value estimate slightly to account for higher levels of assets under management than we were forecasting for the start of 2023. Federated closed the December quarter with a record $668.9 billion in managed assets, up 7.1% sequentially and basically flat on a year-over-year basis, which was better than our forecast for $642.4 billion. Net long-term outflows of $4.8 billion during the fourth quarter were, however, worse than our expectations for $1.1 billion in outflows, driven primarily by the company's fixed-income operations, which reported $4.0 billion in outflows for the period.

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Business Description

Federated provides asset management services for institutional and individual investors. The company had $624.4 billion in managed assets at the end of September 2022, composed of equity (12%), multi-asset (1%), fixed-income (14%), alternative (3%), and money market (70%) funds. That said, the firm's cash-management operations are expected to generate around 40% of Federated's revenue this year, compared with 36%, 15%, and 9%, respectively, for the firm's equity, fixed-income, and alternatives/multi-asset operations. From a channel perspective, the company's products are distributed via trust banks, wealth managers and retail broker/dealers (62% of AUM), institutional investors (28%), and international clients (10%).

1001 Liberty Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA, 15222-3779
Industry Asset Management
Employees 1,968

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FAQs for Federated Hermes Inc Class B Stock

Yes. FHI has a forward dividend yield of 2.68%. See FHI’s full dividends and stock split history on the Dividend tab.
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FHI’s market cap is 3.60 Bil.
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FHI’s stock style is Small Core.
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FHI’s price/sales is 2.39.
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FHI’s price/forward earnings is 12.53.
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FHI’s price/book is 3.43.
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