- Last Close 9.03
- Sector Real Estate
- Industry Real Estate - Development
- Investment Style Mid Value
- Day Range 9.05 – 9.30
- Year Range 9.00 – 14.00
- Market Cap 50.1400 Bil
- Volume / Avg 2,700.0 / 14,416.7
- Price / Sales 2.21
- Price / Book 0.93
- Forward Div Yield 1.90%
- Trailing Div Yield 2.69%
Morningstar‘s Stock Analysis HOUSE
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Company Profile HOUSE
8990 Holdings Inc is a holding company with subsidies that operate in housing and resort real estate development. The group's operating segments are managed in four separate segments according to the nature of their products and markets as follows: Low-cost Mass Housing, Medium-rise Condominium, High-rise Condominium, and Others. The Low-Cost Mass Housing segment caters to the development and sale of residential lots and units, and it is responsible for generating a majority of the company's revenue. All the company's operations take place in the Philippines where it earns all its revenue.
Makati, 1200, PHL
FAQs for 8990 Holdings Inc Stock
No. HOUSE does not currently have a forward dividend yield.
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HOUSE’s stock style is Mid Value.
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