As of June 12 12:25 P.M., HYUNDAI STEEL increased 1.56 percent, compared with yesterday, to 42,400 won. It had declined 0.59 percent through the past month.
Compared with its close competitors within the same industry, KOSPI, the monthly volatility of HYUNDAI STEEL was not so high, the earnings rate for 1 month was also the lowest with the decline of stock price.
Comparing industry to the market, the KOSPI industry including HYUNDAI STEEL records lower volatility and earning rate than Iron & Metal Products. In other words, the industry had less volatility and the returns were also smaller than the market.
Target price 51,000 won
Per analysts’ expectations during the recent month, the average target price of HYUNDAI STEEL is 51,000 won. The stock price is 42,400 won as of yesterday, so there is 8,600 won (20 percent) disparate in order to be able to increase.
Institutions & Foreigners sell, Individuals buy
From June 10, Foreigners have been continuously buying HYUNDAI STEEL during the past 2 trading days.
As a shareholding sum by the investor group for the past 4 weeks, Foreigners have sold 446,069 shares with the maintenance of a selling position and Institutions have sold 386,700 shares with a selling trend.
However, during the same period, Individuals have bought 828,083 shares with an increasing position.
Regarding the statistics for the past month on trade volume as the total outstanding shares, the daily turnover rate of HYUNDAI STEEL was 0.2 percent. And the daily volatility, the average range of rise and fall, during the same period is 2.11 percent.
Institutions 25.46%, Foreigners 40.4%
As per the inquiry for shareholding by the investor group, the major investor group is Foreigners with 40.4 percent from total outstanding shares. Individuals and Institutions each hold 33.58 percent and 25.46 percent.
And as recent 5-day shareholding change by the investor group, Individuals is the major investor group with 37.32 percent. Foreigners hold 36.33 percent and Institutions hold 25.86 percent.
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