Sunday, 29 March 2015

Horizon Energy Distribution Ordinary Shares

NZX : HED

3.050
27 Mar 15 00:00
Change:
 0.00
Open:
3.050
High:
3.050
Ask:
3.150
Volume:
0
Change(%):
0.00
Prev:
3.050
Low:
3.050
Bid:
3.050
Avg vol:
0
Summary
Shares:24,991,380
Issuer:Horizon Energy Distribution Limited
Solicitor:Bell Gully Auckland
Registry:COMPUTERSHARE INVESTOR SERVICES LIMITED
Auditor:PricewaterhouseCoopers Auckland
Settlement:NZCDC Settlement System
Website:http://www.horizonenergy.net.nz/
Fundamentals
Market Cap:$76,223,709
52 wk High:3.400
52 wk Low:3.000
Sector:Energy Processing
Div/Yield:6.100
EPS:0.185
Price/Earnings:20.280
NTA:2.141
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