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SEK $23.05

20 MINUTE DELAYED

TODAY

1.27 %

1 YEAR RETURN

0.00%

VOLUME

934,997

DIV YIELD

1.85%

PE RATIO

100.71

52 WEEK RANGE

20.14

27.20

ANALYSIS

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SHARE PRICE ACTIVITY
Last (Price)

23.05

Change

0.29 (1.27)

Bid / Ask

22.80 - 23.10

Volume

934,997

Turnover

21,496,460

Open

22.78

Day Range

22.64 - 23.08

VWAP

22.99

Prev Close

22.76

Last Trade

20/05 4:10pm (AEST)

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KEY INFORMATION
Sector

Services

Shares Issued

338,156,953

NTA/Share

0.00

Last Dividend

0.19

Dividend Ex Date

19 MAR 2024

Dividend Pay Date

03 APR 2024

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BROKER CALLS

current

Mean

0.00

Target Price

0.00

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CURRENT ()
Revenue

1,225.30

EBITDA

546.10

Profit

255.00

Earnings Per Share (EPS)

0

Dividend Per Share (DPS)

0

Yield %

1.85

Market Cap

0

Price to Earnings Ratio (P/E)

100.71

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TARGET PRICE FORECAST

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ESTIMATES ()
Revenue

1,178.68

EBITDA

503.17

Profit

203.31

Earnings Per Share (EPS)

0.58

Dividend Per Share (DPS)

0.39

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BROKER CONSENSUS RECOMMENDATION

BUY

SELL

Target Price

0.00

Lt Growth Rate

0.00

Recommendation ()

0.00
OPINION
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Business Summary

In Melbourne in the late 1990s, SEEK was formed with the idea of making it simpler and faster for people to find jobs and for employers to fill positions. Prior to this, the marketplace relied on the printed word. SEEK saw an opportunity to essentially move these job ads online. Since those early days, SEEK has shown itself to be an online innovator, investing in AI and tech to create a suite of products that help support and progress the job-seeking industry. From those Melbourne beginnings, the business became one of Australia’s Top 50 listed companies (as of March 2022) and has expanded its operations into New Zealand, Latin America and has minority investments in China and Korea. It employs more than 3,000 staff worldwide and maintains 50-million candidate and 300,000 hirer relationships. Its original jobs service has also expanded, with SEEK Learning (focused on education-specific employment opportunities), SEEK Business (enables the selling of businesses and franchises) and SEEK Volunteer. Through online education, SaaS and Contingent Labour, the SEEK Growth Fund aims to invest in the human capital management sector.

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