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Johnson Matthey PLC (JMAT.L)

JMAT.L on London Stock Exchange

3,130.00GBp
24 May 2019
Change (% chg)

50.00 (+1.62%)
Prev Close
3,080.00
Open
3,098.00
Day's High
3,148.00
Day's Low
3,076.00
Volume
518,333
Avg. Vol
398,819
52-wk High
3,873.00
52-wk Low
2,574.00

About

Johnson Matthey Plc is a specialty chemicals company. The Company operates in five divisions: Emission Control Technologies, which is a manufacturer of catalysts and catalyst systems for vehicles and industry; Process Technologies, which is a supplier of catalysts, licensing technologies and other services to the syngas,... (more)

Overall

Beta: 1.55
Market Cap(Mil.): £6,057.60
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 193.53
Dividend: 23.25
Yield (%): --

Financials

PLATINUM WEEK-Oversupply looms over investor bets on platinum rebound

LONDON, May 13 Investors have poured cash into bets that platinum prices will revive after a decade of declines, but excess supply is likely to keep a lid on gains.

13 May 2019

PLATINUM WEEK-Investors, autos to fuel platinum deficit in 2019 - Johnson Matthey

LONDON, May 13 Soaring investment demand will create platinum shortages in 2019, while the palladium market will see a deficit for the eighth consecutive year due to robust demand from the auto sector, specialist materials firm Johnson Matthey said.

13 May 2019

CORRECTED-Johnson Matthey chooses Poland to produce new battery materials

LONDON, March 28 Chemicals group Johnson Matthey has secured a site in Poland to produce ultra-high energy battery materials and signed a 10-year supply deal with Canada's Nemaska Lithium as it seeks to grow its exposure to the electric vehicle market.

28 Mar 2019

UPDATE 1-Palladium supply shortfall will worsen this year -Johnson Matthey

* Platinum market surplus was 498,000 oz last year (Adds detail)

13 Feb 2019

Britain's FTSE 100 stages tentative recovery; SSE and Johnson Matthey weigh

Feb 8 London's blue-chip shares staged a tentative recovery on Friday from their worst day in six weeks a day earlier, led by gains in banks and miners, even as weak earnings dragged on utilities, SSE and Centrica, and Johnson Matthey.

08 Feb 2019

Earnings vs. Estimates