Stock News Recap: Meredith Corporation (NYSE: MDP)

Its current trading capacity is 493564 shares versus to its typical trading volume of 875997 shares. MDP traded as low as $ 31.43 in the past 52 weeks, and shares struck its peak level to $62.4.

Meredith Corporation (MDP) just recently stated financial 2019 fourth quarter and complete year outcomes.


Meredith stays dedicated to strong capital stewardship and its effective Total Shareholder Return method. This consists of:

Return of capital to investors through ongoing and constant dividend increases — Meredith raised its regular dividend by 5.5 percent to $ 2.30 on an annualized basis in February 2019. This marked the 26th straight year of dividend increases for Meredith and the 72nd consecutive year of dividend payments. Considering that launching its Total Shareholder Return technique in October 2011, Meredith has increased its dividend 125 percent.
Aggressive financial obligation paydown and management of liabilities — Long-term financial obligation was $ 2.3 B at June 30, 2019, reflecting payment of $ 825M in fiscal 2019.
Share repurchases — Merediths continuous share bought program has $ 50M remaining under present permissions as of June 30, 2019.


For full-year financial 2020, Meredith expects:

On Thursday, Meredith Corporation (NYSE: MDP) stock dropped -0.37% and closed at 35.3. Its recent trading capacity is 493564 shares versus to its average trading volume of 875997 shares. MDP traded as low as $ 31.43 in the past 52 weeks, and shares hit its peak level to $62.4.


In the routing 12 months period, return on properties ratio of the Company was -0.50% and return on equity ratio was -3.10% while its return on financial investment ratio was 7.50%.

In the trailing 12 months period, return on assets ratio of the Company was -0.50% and return on equity ratio was -3.10% while its roi ratio was 7.50%. Net profit margin of the company was tape-recorded at -1.00% and operating profit margin was determined at 9.50% while gross profit margin was measured as 63.60%. Beta element, which determines the riskiness of the security, was registered at 1.19.

Overall Company revenues to vary from $ 3.0 B to $ 3.2 B.
Earnings from continuing operations, consisting of non-cash depreciation and amortization of about $ 220M and net interest cost of about $ 150M, to vary from $ 197M to $ 212M, and from $ 2.58 to $ 2.88 on a per share basis. These quantities do not include unique items. Real outcomes may consist of special items that have not yet happened and are difficult to predict with sensible certainty at this time.
Adjusted EBITDA to variety from $ 640M to $ 675M, and adjusted profits per share to variety from $ 5.75 to $ 6.20. This consists of about $ 50M of prepared scheduled investments. ( See Tables 4-5 for supplemental disclosures.).
Furthermore, Meredith anticipates to generate about $ 75M of profits from its staying Assets Held for Sale and plans to utilize that cash for further financial obligation decrease.

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