ATM.NZ - The a2 Milk Company Limited

NZSE - NZSE Delayed price. Currency in NZD
10.75
0.00 (0.00%)
At close: 4:59PM NZST
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Previous close10.75
Open10.80
Bid10.60 x 200000
Ask10.75 x 15500
Day's range10.50 - 10.86
52-week range3.88 - 14.62
Volume1,017,431
Avg. volume2,509,699
Market cap7.864B
Beta1.08
PE ratio (TTM)53.22
EPS (TTM)0.20
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target est10.66
  • What You Must Know About The a2 Milk Company Limited’s (NZSE:ATM) ROE
    Simply Wall St.26 days ago

    What You Must Know About The a2 Milk Company Limited’s (NZSE:ATM) ROE

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  • Got indigestion? These cows could solve your milk problem
    Associated Press2 months ago

    Got indigestion? These cows could solve your milk problem

    MORAVIA, N.Y. (AP) — Milk got your stomach feeling sour?

  • The Wall Street Journal3 months ago

    Controversial New Milk Shakes Up Big Dairy

    SYDNEY—An upstart milk company’s success in marketing a controversial type of milk that is supposed to be easy to digest has some big dairy companies setting aside their skepticism to introduce their own versions. New Zealand-based Fonterra Co-operative Group Ltd.—the world’s biggest dairy exporter, which sells Anchor butter and Mainland cheese in the U.S.—said in February it would start producing A2 milk, which contains only the A2 beta-casein protein, after years of dismissing it as a gimmick. Both are following the success of a2 Milk Co., a New Zealand-based company that has found fans in its home country, as well as Australia and China, and has recently entered the U.S. market.

  • A2 Milk to expand into South Korea market
    AAP3 months ago

    A2 Milk to expand into South Korea market

    The A2 Milk Company is expanding into South Korea after signing a distribution deal with pharmaceutical giant Yuhan Corporation. A2 says South Korea is an attractive market because it has high per capita dairy consumption, world-class retailers and fast-growing online sales. A2 MIlk says Yuhan Corporation has capabilities in pharmaceuticals and consumer goods.

  • AAP3 months ago

    A2 Milk inks deal to expand into S.Korea

    The A2 Milk Company is expanding into South Korea after signing a distribution agreement with pharmaceutical giant Yuhan. A2 says South Korea is an attractive market because it has high per capita dairy ...

  • China sales growth unchanged: A2 Milk
    AAP4 months ago

    China sales growth unchanged: A2 Milk

    Infant formula and milk supplier A2 Milk says sales growth in the huge China market has been unaffected by the launch of a rival brand and that the company still holds a strong position. Shares in A2 Milk fell more than 12 per cent last week after global giant Nestle launched an infant formula product that contains only the A2 instead of the A1 protein and A2 protein that are contained in conventional milk. A2 Milk's brand is built on its products containing only the A2 protein, which is said to aid digestion.

  • Top Investor Buys More a2 Milk Stock After Selloff on Nestle
    Bloomberg4 months ago

    Top Investor Buys More a2 Milk Stock After Selloff on Nestle

    Word of Nestle SA’s arrival in a corner of China’s infant formula market sent a2 Milk Co.’s stock price tumbling 10 percent last week, enough for its second largest shareholder to jump back in.

  • Business Wire6 months ago

    The a2 Milk Company™ Expands in the Northeast Capitalizing on Strong Momentum

    NEW YORK--(BUSINESSWIRE)-- The a2 Milk Company™, capitalizing on strong consumer demand, today announced a major expansion in the US market with products now available to consumers throughout the Northeast. ...

  • Jayne Hrdlicka leaves Qantas for A2 Milk
    AAP7 months ago

    Jayne Hrdlicka leaves Qantas for A2 Milk

    Former Jetstar chief executive Jayne Hrdlicka had been appointed the next head of The A2 Milk Company. Ms Hrdlicka will remain with Qantas until March and join the dairy company at the start of the 2018/19 financial year, taking over from current A2 Milk CEO Geoffrey Babidge, who is retiring after seven years in the role. The announcement comes less than a month after Ms Hrdlicka switched roles at Qantas to be head of its loyalty and digital ventures division.

  • A2 Milk shares soar on profit growth
    AAP8 months ago

    A2 Milk shares soar on profit growth

    Shares in The A2 Milk Company have surged after the fresh milk and infant formula supplier said revenue and profit grew strongly in the first four months of the current financial year. The news drove A2's ASX-listed shares up 39 cents, or 5.5 per cent, to $7.46. A2 Milk also said it has a strong platform from which to expand further into new markets and new nutritional categories.