EOH has been dogged by many allegations and it's share price is down from its 2015 high of R180 to R18.11 at yesterday's close.
This has resulted in EOH's share price dropping to around its net tangible asset value of R17.07 (FY2018), the NTAV should drop to round R15.00 per share in its interims due out later this month.
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The JSE was up 3,6% last week, adding to gains from the week before. The All Share index is now up 5% in two weeks, Resources 8,2%, Industrials 4,6% and Financials up 1,3%.
January is known to be a month with larger moves than normal, double digit figures are quite common. Watch out for the reversal in February. 2016 was a case in point…
Commodity Prices were firm with good gains from Pla... ››› more
EOH Holdings is the largest company in its field providing technology and business solutions to its clients. The company has a listing on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange…
Full name: EOH Holdings Limited
Short name: EOH
Sector: Technology – software & computer services
Five top facts about EOH Holdings
EOH Holdings employs about 8,000 people. The company ser... ››› more
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