Thyssen Krupp Dividend yield

 Price  5.70
 Dividend  0.00
 Earnings  1.97
 Cash-flow  1.00
 Book value  28.50
 Equity  19.90

Thyssen Krupp is part of General Industrials business, which is part of Industrials industry. Thyssen Krupp is a company from Germany, and his stocks are publicly traded.

Thyssen Krupp paid a total dividend of 0 million EUR last year, for a market value of 3,551 millions (Market Cap 2,804 millions). Dividend per share of Thyssen Krupp is 0.00 EUR, and his stock market price 5.70 EUR.

According to the chart below where dividend yield is displayed, Thyssen Krupp, has a dividend yield of 0%, amount in contrast with the positive dividend offered by both the market average and companies from Germany, Industrials industry, and General Industrials sector. This lack of dividends of Thyssen Krupp might harm the evolution of share price if the company is not clearly expanding his business.

In addition, you should compare Thyssen Krupp dividend yield with other General Industrials companies or firms from Germany.

Dividend yield of Thyssen Krupp

Thyssen Krupp Dividend Payout

About the ability of Thyssen Krupp to maintain his current dividend of EUR 0.00 per share, an amount that accounts for 0.00%, we should study its payout ratio both on earnings and on cash-flows (see chart below). Thyssen Krupp payout on ernings is currently 0.00%, which is lower than the market average and companies in his industry and sector.

The following figure shows payout ratios over earnings and cashflow of Thyssen Krupp, compared againt world market average, Germany companies, Industrials industry and General Industrials sector companies.

Thyssen Krupp payout

Thyssen Krupp Dividend History

Year Yield  EUR  Paypout  Shares* 

*In millions

Thyssen Krupp Stock performance

Finally, last moth Thyssen Krupp showed a return of 7.10% compared to a worldwide -2.30% average, and a -3.75% of Industrials firms. Over the last year, the company obtained a -41.20% versus a worldwide performance of a -5.85%. More detailed information can be seen in the following graph for Germany and General Industrials firms.

Thyssen Krupp stock and market return