Monday’s dividend announcement. The stock hit a peak of $3.35 and a low of $3.35 during mid-day trading, reflecting a 95 percent decrease from the average session volume of 5,780,532 shares.
Recently, the stock had finished at $3.13. We will pay the previously declared dividend on Monday, October 25th. Shareholders will receive a dividend of $0.0189 per share to shareholders of record on Friday, October 15th. This dividend’s ex-dividend date is Thursday, October 14th. This amounts to a 2.5 percent dividend yield. The dividend payout (DPR) of Harmony Precious Metals is currently 20.34 percent.
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The stock has recently gained attention from several scientific analysts. In research released on Friday, July 30th, Zacks Research And service improved Harmony Gold Mining from a “sell” rating to a “hold” rating and set a $4.50 price target for the company. Harmony Gold Mining was first highlighted in a report by JPMorgan Chase & Co. on Friday, July 9th. They gave the company a “hold” rating and a $4.10 price target. Finally, in a research note released Tuesday, June 22nd, Jp Morgan lowered Harmony Strip Mining from “equal weight” to “underweight.”
The market capitalization of the company totals $2.06 billion, price to earnings growth of 0.46, and a beta of 0.97. The company’s 50-day and moving average simple technical indicators are $3.78 and $4.32, respectively. The debt-to-equity ratio of the business is 0.09, the current balance is 1.49, and the quick ratio is 1.04.