Dyckerhoff AG price 6.9 per cent below volume weighted price but at 15.8 per cent premium to 52-week low

Dyckerhoff AG price 6.9 per cent below volume weighted price but at 15.8 per cent premium to 52-week low
Published: 01 October 2008

Dyckerhoff AG, Germany’s second largest Construction company by market capitalisation, closed unchanged at €39.50. The price is at a discount of 6.9 per cent to the one-month volume weighted average price of €42.42, which may appeal as a value proposition. Compared with the DAX Index which rose 23.9 points (or 0.4 per cent) on the day, this represented a relative price change of -0.4 per cent.

Volatility: The stock traded between an intraday high of €39.50 and a five-month low of €36.62. This suggests a trading opportunity between peaks and troughs.

Relativities: Since open its percentile rank in the German market was 60. In the German market of 1219 stocks, the stock has a 6-month relative strength of 73 which means it has outperformed 73 per cent of the market.

Volume and Turnover Period: There were 1740 shares worth €68,730 (US$96,776) traded. The volume was 0.3 times average trading of 162 shares.

Percentage Discount to High: The last price is at a discount of 19.4 per cent to the 12-month high of €49.01 five months ago on 13 May, 2008.

Percentage Premium to Low: The last price is at a premium of 15.8 per cent to the 12-month low of €34.10 nine months ago on 22 Jan, 2008.