Brickworks Ltd (BKW)

Sydney
21.94
+0.08(+0.37%)
  • Volume:
    172,567
  • Bid/Ask:
    21.94/21.97
  • Day's Range:
    21.72 - 22.20

BKW Overview

Prev. Close
21.86
Day's Range
21.72-22.2
Revenue
993.57M
Open
22
52 wk Range
17-26.32
EPS
4.93
Volume
172,567
Market Cap
3.32B
Dividend (Yield)
0.62
(2.84%)
Average Volume (3m)
225,567
P/E Ratio
3.89
Beta
0.767
1-Year Change
-11.08%
Shares Outstanding
151,098,553
Next Earnings Date
20 Sept 2022
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Brickworks Ltd Company Profile

Brickworks Ltd Company Profile

Sector
Materials
Employees
1961
Market
Australia

Brickworks Limited is an Australia-based brick manufacturer. The Company's Building Products Australia segment is engaged in the manufacturing of vitrified clay and concrete products used in the building industry. The major product lines in this segment include bricks, masonry blocks, pavers, roof tiles, floor tiles, precast walling and flooring panels and fiber cement walling panels. The Building Products North America segment is engaged in the manufacturing of vitrified clay and concrete products used in the building industry. The major product lines in this segment include bricks and masonry blocks. The Industrial Property segment is engaged in the utilization of opportunities associated with land owned by the Company, including the sale of property and investment in property trusts. The Investments segment holds investments in the Australian share market, both for dividend income and capital growth, and includes the investment in Washington H. Soul Pattinson and Company Limited.

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  • With more aquisitions to come this could be a repeate of the golden age where they went from a NSW based business to a national business
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