Shenzhen exchange. Sector: Basic Materials. Industry: Chemicals. Location China, Yingcheng.

Hubei Shuanghuan Science and Technology Stock Co.,Ltd [000707.SZChina

8.92USD0.52 (-5.83%)

• At close Fri Sep 30 2022

627,276,923 USD
MARKET CAP
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PE
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BETA (5y)
-0.845
EPS

profit

4%

for 5 years

profit

217%

for 3 years

profit

182%

for 2 years

profit

351%

for 1 year

profit

12%

for this year

About Hubei Shuanghuan Science and Technology Stock Co.,Ltd

Hubei Shuanghuan Science and Technology Stock Co.,Ltd primarily produces and sells heavy soda ash in China. Its heavy soda ash is used in manufacturing float glass. The company also provides light soda ash for manufacturing food, smelting, daily cleaning, and flat glass products; agricultural ammonium chloride; and industrial anhydrous sodium sulfate for use in vinylon, foam alkali, bleaching and dyeing, synthetic lotion, glass, paper, leather, oil and gas pipeline anticorrosion, metal smelting, surface treatment, filler, and other industries. In addition, it develops, leases, and sells real estate properties; offers ammonia, liquid argon, sulfur, oxygen, fly ash, sulfuric acid, liquefied natural gas, and nitrogen; and produces and sells steam. The company also exports its products. Hubei Shuanghuan Science and Technology Stock Co.,Ltd is based in Yingcheng, China.

Hubei Shuanghuan Science and Technology Stock Co.,Ltd
https://www.hbshkj.cn
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