Below is a summary of our share-related key figures.
The Board of Directors’ proposed dividend or dividend approved by the AGM per outstanding share.
Number of outstanding shares weighted over the year.
The share’s correlation with the market’s average performance. A beta value of less than one implies that a share price has fluctuated less than the OMXSPI (Stockholm All-share Index). Beta value is a key component of the CAPM (Capital Asset Pricing Model) used to calculate the market’s required rate of return on the share. The CAPM indicates that a low beta value implies a low required rate of return. Beta values relate to a period of 48 months based on monthly rates compared with OMXSPI.
Book value of property in relation to the number of shares at the end of the period.
Cash flow from operating activities in relation to the average number of shares.
Approved/proposed dividend/redemption in the year in relation to the share price at the end of the period.
Shareholders’ equity in relation to the number of shares at the end of the period.
Gross profit divided by the average number of shares in the period.
Profit from property management divided by the average number of shares in the period.
Profit after tax in relation to the average number of shares in the period.
Share price at the end of the period in relation to profit after tax for the period per share.
The total of the share’s price changes in the period and dividend paid/redemption in the period in relation to the share price at the beginning of the period.