Mazda Motor Corp Ord

(OTCPK: MZDAF)
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4.79 Down -0.07 -1.42%
DETAILS
Symbol Value ($)
Previous Close 4.86
Open 4.79
Day's High 4.79
Day's Low 4.79
Volume 2,000
Avg Daily Vol (13 Wks) 2,923.07
Bid 4.74
Bid Size 600
Ask 4.80
Ask Size 300
52-Wk High 5.51
52-Wk Low 3.46
Dividend Rate 0.09
Yield 1.80
  • Last trade 7/24/2014 9:31 AM ET
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FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHTS
Symbol Value ($)
Sales* 2,692.24 Bil
Income* 133.50 Bil
Sales Growth* +22.10%
Income Growth* +287.20%
Net Profit Margin 5.04%
Debt/Equity Ratio 1.10
Beta 0.93
EPS 45.40
Forward P/E NA
P/E NA
Market Cap 14.31 Bil
Shares Outstanding 2.99 Bil
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TOP FUNDS HOLDING
NAME % OWN
Polar Capital Japan Fd 1.24%
TIAA-CREF International Eq 0.84%
Templeton Growth Fund 0.66%
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