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Treasury Wine Estates (TWE)

AU ASX:TWE (6.5B)

8.98
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Summary

Current Price: $8.98
52w High/Low: $8.40 - 19.19
Market Cap: 6.5B
Price/Earnings: 24.81
Dividend Yield: 3.12%
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Listed in 2011

The Company is an international wine business with a portfolio of luxury, premium and commercial wines.
Treasury Wine Estates (ASX:TWE) Company Logo

The Company is an international wine business with a portfolio of luxury, premium and commercial wines.

Annual Reports

2020 Annual Report Aug 24th
2020
(7.8mb)
Annual Report 2019 Aug 27th
2019
(5.1mb)
Annual Report 2018 Aug 28th
2018
(2.9mb)
2017 Annual Report Aug 29th
2017
(3.7mb)
2016 Annual Report Aug 31st
2016
(4.0mb)
2015 Annual Report Aug 31st
2015
(2.5mb)

Dividend History

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Dividend Yield
3.4%
 
3.1%
 
 
Industry Avg
TWE

AVERAGE: Treasury Wine Estates's dividend yield of 3.1% is within a 15% range of the industry average for food beverage & tobacco stocks listed on the ASX. more
Implied Growth
22.8%
 
6.0%
 
 
Industry Avg
TWE

ATTRACTIVE: Treasury Wine Estates exhibits an implied growth ratio which is less than the industry average for food beverage & tobacco stocks listed on the ASX. TWE calculation: 10% - ($0.36 / $8.98) = 6.0% more
Price / Book
1.5
 
1.8
 
 
Industry Avg
TWE

UNATTRACTIVE: Treasury Wine Estates exhibits a price/book ratio which exceeds the industry average for food beverage & tobacco stocks listed on the ASX. more
Price / Earnings
26.0
 
24.8
 
 
Industry Avg
TWE

AVERAGE: Treasury Wine Estates's price/earnings ratio of 24.8 is within a 15% range of the industry average for food beverage & tobacco stocks listed on the ASX. more
Price / Sales
2.7
 
2.4
 
 
Industry Avg
TWE

AVERAGE: Treasury Wine Estates exhibits a price/sales ratio which is within a 15% range of the industry average for food beverage & tobacco stocks listed on the ASX. more

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