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SZG.DE - Salzgitter AG

Dupont Ratios Analysis of Salzgitter AG(SZG.DE), Salzgitter AG, together with its subsidiaries, engages in steel and technology businesses worldwide.

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Salzgitter AG

SZG.DE

XETRA

Salzgitter AG, together with its subsidiaries, engages in steel and technology businesses worldwide. It operates through five segments: Strip Steel, Plate/Section Steel, Mannesmann, Trading, and Technology. The Strip Steel segment manufactures branded and special steels, such as hot-rolled strip steel and steel sheets, sections, tailored blanks, and components for the construction industry. The Plate/Section Steel segment produces various high-grade heavy plates for engineering, shipbuilding, and mechanical engineering, as well as trades in scrap. The Mannesmann segment is involved in the manufacture of line pipes, HFI-welded tubes, precision and stainless-steel tubes, and spiral-welded and longitudinal-welded large-diameter pipes; and seamless and welded tubes for the energy, automotive, and mechanical engineering sectors. The Trading segment operates a European sales network, as well as trading companies and agencies worldwide. The Technology segment engages in the provision of machinery and plants for the filling and packaging of beverages, as well as special machinery engineering for shoe manufacturing and elastomer production. The company also provides IT, facility management, logistics, automotive engineering, and research and development services, as well as supplies raw materials. Salzgitter AG was founded in 1858 and is headquartered in Salzgitter, Germany.

19.14 EUR

0.04 (0.209%)

DuPont Analysis

The DuPont analysis, pioneered by the DuPont Corporation, offers a structured approach to assessing fundamental performance. It involves breaking down the return on equity (ROE) into various components, aiding investors in comprehending the factors influencing a company's returns.

ROE = Net Income / Average Total Equity

ROE = (Net Income / Sales) * (Revenue / Average Total Assets) * (Average Total Assets / Average Total Equity)

The company's tax burden is (Net income ÷ Pretax profit). This is the proportion of the company's profits retained after paying income taxes. [NI/EBT] The company's interest burden is (Pretax income ÷ EBIT). This will be 1.00 for a firm with no debt or financial leverage. [EBT/EBIT] The company's operating income margin or return on sales (ROS) is (EBIT ÷ Revenue). This is the operating income per dollar of sales. [EBIT/Revenue] The company's asset turnover (ATO) is (Revenue ÷ Average Total Assets). The company's equity multiplier is (Average Total Assets ÷ Average Total Equity). This is a measure of financial leverage. Profitability (measured by profit margin) Asset efficiency (measured by asset turnover) Financial leverage (measured by equity multiplier)

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