Mineral Resources. (ASX:MIN)

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Day Range
Year Range
Market Cap
Volume
P/E
11.70
Historical Yield (%)
3.66
Short Sell (%)
1.45
GICS Industry Group
Materials
GICS Sub-Industry Group
Diversified Metals & Mining - 15104020
EPS
408.08
ROE (%)
0.46
ROA (%)
0.19
EBITDA Margin (%)
0.49
EBIT Margin (%)
0.43
NPAT Margin (%)
0.34
Inventory Turnover
3.04
Asset Turnover
0.71
Net Gearing (%)
0.22
Net Interest Cover
17.42
Current Ratio
2.07

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  • Mineral Resources Ltd. (ASX:MIN): A Great Play On Commodities And The Energy Transition February 23, 2023 - Today we will look at why Mineral Resources shares (ASX:MIN) have great upside potential in our MIN share price forecast and analysis. Mineral Resources Ltd. is a large, integrated Australian mining company with a significant market presence in four businesses. These are mining services, iron ore, lithium, and energy. The company has also recently progressed… Continue Reading
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  • Stocks on the ASX To Watch This Week [25 July 22] July 25, 2022 - The Australian stock market posted its best week in four months on the back of strong gains in technology shares and a rebound in the materials sector. This is significant because it came accompanied by record inflation prints at New Zealand, the UK and Europe, with the last-named implementing a bazooka, larger-than-expected rates hike. However,… Continue Reading
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