A Glance At The 2 Stocks: SUL, EHE

  • Mar 31, 2019 AEDT
  • Team Kalkine
A Glance At The 2 Stocks: SUL, EHE

Super Retail Group Limited

Super Retail Group Limited (ASX: SUL) features among the Australasia’s top ten retailers and is listed on ASX.  The company is engaged in the retailing of auto, sport and such products throughout the Australian and New Zealand region. It was founded in 1972 and is headquartered in Brisbane, Australia. Some of its subsidiaries are Rebel Group Limited, Australian Bicycles Pty Ltd, Ray’s Outdoors Pty Ltd etc.

Recently, the company announced the fully-franked dividend of AUD 0.215 for the financial period ending 29 December 2018. The record date was dated 25 February this year, with an ex-date of 22 February 2019. The payment was to be made by 28 March 2019.

In its interim financial report from 1 July 2018-29 December 2018, the company recorded revenue from ordinary activities of $1,403.2 million, up by 6.0% from $1,323.7 from the previous corresponding period (pcp).  The Profit from ordinary activities after tax attributable to members stood at $71.7 million, down by 0.7% from $72.2 million. Also, the net tangible assets per security stood at a loss of 0.10 cents from 0.20 cents in June 2018. The total current assets of the company as on 29 December 2018 stood at $729.7 million from $591.3 as on 30 June 2018. The Cash and cash equivalents at the end of the interim period stood at $ 63.4,as compared to $ 30.3 million in the pcp.

The stock of the company last traded at A$8.030 (as on 29 March 2019), up by 5.658 % from its previous close. It has a market capitalization of A$1.5 billion with 197.38 million shares outstanding. The stock has generated a return of 14.11 % in the last 1 year and a return of 7.65 % in the last 3 months.

Estia Health Limited

Estia Health Limited (ASX: EHE) has been providing good quality aged care homes throughout Australia for around the last 5 decades. Its subsidiaries include William Kennedy Holdings Pty Ltd and Estia Finance Pty Ltd.

Recently, EHE announced the change in interests, between 13-15 March 2019, for one of its directors Mr Ian Thorley. Currently, he directly owns 28,518 fully paid ordinary shares, 383,070 long term performance rights and 4,016 short term performance rights. He also indirectly owns 50,000 fully paid ordinary shares by acquiring 50,000 fully paid ordinary shares. Prior to the change he directly owned 28,518 fully paid ordinary shares, 383,070 long term performance rights and 4,016 short term performance rights.

In its half-year results ending 31 December 2018, the company recorded $2.9 million revene from ordinary activities, up by 6.6%. The company declared cash and cash equivalents at the end of the period at $15,233,000.

The company had declared a fully-franked dividend of AUD 0.08 for the period ending 31 December 2018. It had a record date of 6 March 2019 with ex-date of 5 March 2019. The payment was to be made by 27 March 2019.

The stock of the company last traded at A$2.690 (as on 29 March 2019), up by 4.669 % from its previous close. It has a market capitalization of A$669.75 million with 260.6 million shares outstanding. The stock has generated a YTD return of 14.73% and return of 14.22% over last three months.


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