Richter paid a total dividend of 13,455 million HUF last year, for a market capitalization of 1,150,038 millions.
Dividend per share of Richter is 72.34 HUF, and his stock market price 6,183.00 HUF.
According to the chart, where dividend yield is displayed, Richter has a dividend yield of 1.17%, lower than the amount offered by both the market average and companies from Hungary. It is also lower than average of Health Care industry. This low dividend yield might has several explanations: company overpriced, expanding their business,...
About the ability of Richter to maintain his current dividend of HUF 72.34 per share, an amount that accounts for 1.17%, we should study its payout ratio both on earnings and on cash-flows (see chart below). Richter payout on ernings is currently 20.47%, which is lower than the market average and companies of Health Care industry, which are 40.24% and 32.91% respectively. Both figures lead us to believe that there is confidence that Richtercan maintain his current dividend.
The payout on earnings should be complemented with the payout on cash flow since it is this latter amount the one which can be distributed to shareholders. Cash flow per share of Richter is HUF 523.98 per share, which is higher than the dividend per share paid by the company of HUF 72.34, so the company generates enough cash to maintain his dividend in the future.
The following figure shows payout ratios over earnings and cashflow of Richter, compared againt world market average, Hungary companies, Health Care industry and Pharmaceuticals and Biotechnology sector companies. You might also need to check full financial report of Richter.
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