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The National Shipping Co. Saudi Arabia

4030.SE

Latest Trade

39.30SAR

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52 Week Range

33.90

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42.45

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Pricing

Previous Close
39.30
Open
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Volume
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3M AVG Volume
32.56
Today's High
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Today's Low
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52 Week High
42.45
52 Week Low
33.90
Shares Out (MIL)
393.75
Market Cap (MIL)
15,572.81
Forward P/E
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Dividend (Yield %)
5.06

Next Event

Q2 2021 National Shipping Company of Saudi Arabia JSC Earnings Release

Latest Developments

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About The National Shipping Co. Saudi Arabia

National Shipping Company of Saudi Arabia JSC (Bahri) is a Saudi Arabia-based company engaged in purchasing, leasing, chartering and operating vessels for the transportation of cargo, as well as other activities related to sea shipping. The Company operates in four segments: Crude oil Transportation, Chemical Transportation, General Cargo and Dry Bulk. It owns very large crude carriers (VLCC), two of which charted to Hanjin Korea Company, and the rest are operating in spot market. The Company also owns Roll-On-Roll-Off (RoRo) vessels operating on liner trade between North America, Europe, the Middle East and Indian Subcontinent. The Company owns a vessel called Bahri Yanbu, specialized in general cargo. It also owns Pisces Star, one of the VLCCs in Vela fleet, and changed its name into Hilwah, and owned Sirius Star and changed its name into Manifah, as well as Leo Star and changed its name to Tinat.

Industry

Water Transportation

Contact Info

Bahri Building #569

Siteen Street, Malaz Area,

P.O.Box 8931

11492

Saudi Arabia

+966.1.14785454

https://www.bahri.sa/

Executive Leadership

Mohammed Bin Abdul Aziz Bin Ibrahim Al Sarhan

Chairman of the Board

Nasser Al-Abdulkarim

President of Oil Transportation

Abdullah Al-dubaikhi

Chief Executive Officer

Fayez Al-Asmari

Chief Financial Officer

Abdul malik Abdulah Al-Hogail

Vice President, Director

Key Stats

Price To Earnings (TTM)
13.03
Price To Sales (TTM)
2.06
Price To Book (MRQ)
1.55
Price To Cash Flow (TTM)
6.60
Total Debt To Equity (MRQ)
91.09
LT Debt To Equity (MRQ)
82.17
Return on Investment (TTM)
6.82
Return on Equity (TTM)
5.93

Latest News

Latest News

Saudi Arabia says it foiled boat attack off Yanbu

Saudi Arabia said on Tuesday it had intercepted an explosive-laden boat off the Red Sea port of Yanbu after maritime security firms cited "unconfirmed reports" of an attack on a vessel in the area.

Bahri CEO says none of its vessels attacked off Saudi

The chief executive of Saudi Arabia's Bahri said none of the firm's vessels have come under attack after a maritime security group cited unconfirmed reports of an assault off the Saudi Red Sea port of Yanbu.

Saudi Arabia's new private sector investment plans could dim allure for stocks

Saudi Arabia's plan to push its top companies to invest $1.33 trillion in the kingdom by 2030 by cutting dividends may accelerate economic diversification efforts but could also risk dimming the allure of local stocks for investors.

Oil tanker rates fall, but storage demand stays firm: sources

After a frantic week that sent crude oil freight rates to record highs amid a bookings bonanza to ship Saudi oil to the world, rates are now easing as charterers balk at the nosebleed charges and await Saudi volume plans for April, shipping sources said.

Crude oil freight rates ease after frantic week, but may rise again - sources

After a frantic week that sent crude oil freight rates to record highs amid a bookings bonanza to ship Saudi oil to the world, rates are now easing as charterers balk at the nosebleed charges and await Saudi volume plans for April, shipping sources said.

Surging demand to move flood of crude oil sends smaller tanker rates soaring

A surge in demand to ship the flood of crude oil unleashed by Saudi Arabia and its OPEC peers is sending freight rates surging and forcing buyers to seek out space on smaller tankers with the largest ones booked, shipping sources said.

Surging demand to move flood of crude oil sends smaller tanker rates soaring

A surge in demand to ship the flood of crude oil unleashed by Saudi Arabia and its OPEC peers is sending freight rates surging and forcing buyers to seek out space on smaller tankers after the largest ones have been booked out, shipping sources said.

Saudi Arabia seeks to charter more supertankers in oil export push, sources says

Saudi Arabia's national shipping firm, Bahri, has provisionally chartered up to 31 supertankers, up from 19 vessels sought earlier this week, shipping sources said on Friday, in sign that the Kingdom is looking to flood world markets with crude oil.

Booking frenzy sends tanker rates soaring as OPEC opens oil taps

The cost to transport oil on supertankers soared on Thursday as major producers scrambled to secure vessels to ship more crude in a bid to regain market share and buyers took advantage of plunging oil prices.

Booking frenzy sends oil tanker rates soaring as OPEC opens crude taps

The cost to ship oil on super-tankers soared on Thursday as major producers scrambled to secure vessels to ship more crude in a bid to regain lost market share and buyers took advantage of plunging prices.

Shell eyes tankers for oil floating storage after price collapse

Royal Dutch Shell is in talks to charter at least three supertankers to store crude oil at sea as traders brace for a sharp rise in global stocks after OPEC and its allies abandoned a production cut deal, shipping sources said on Wednesday.

UPDATE 1-Tanker rates soar as Saudi's Bahri books up to 14 ships for rising output - sources

Saudi Arabia's National Shipping firm, Bahri, has tentatively chartered as many as 14 super-tankers to ship crude oil to customers worldwide, as the Kingdom follows through with its promise to boost crude oil output.

Tanker rates soar as Saudi's Bahri books up to 14 ships for rising output - sources

Saudi Arabia's National Shipping firm, Bahri, has tentatively chartered as many as 14 super-tankers to ship crude oil to customers worldwide, as the Kingdom follows through with its promise to boost crude oil output.

PRESS DIGEST - Wall Street Journal - Jan. 9

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MIDEAST STOCKS-Saudi shares flat on banks, petrochemicals; other markets up

Most major Gulf stock markets gained on Tuesday, but Saudi Arabia's traded flat with financials and petrochemicals moving sideways.

Valero points a finger at Trafigura as source of bad marine fuel: court documents

U.S. refiner Valero Energy Corp said in court documents that Swiss commodities trader Trafigura AG was its supplier of tainted marine fuel that damaged customers' engines in 2018, asking a judge to hold the trader liable for losses.

MIDEAST STOCKS-Saudi outperforms on Q3 results, Dubai ends losing streak

* Alinma Bank sees biggest gain in 6 months * Bank Albilad jumps on strong Q3 financials * Deyaar surges on future prospect * Qatar extends losses for fourth day By Ateeq Shariff Oct 22 (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia's stock market rose sharply on Tuesday, outperforming other...

MIDEAST STOCKS-Banks boost Qatar, Deyaar's surge lifts Dubai

* Most Qatari banks gain ahead of Q3 earnings * Deyaar touches its highest in a year * Air Arabia gains on prospect of planes order * Bahri slides as it went ex-dividend By Shamsuddin Mohd Oct 14 (Reuters) - Qatar's stock market rose sharply on Monday, helped by financial...

MIDEAST STOCKS-Gulf gains as positive talks ease trade tensions

All major Gulf stock markets rose on Sunday, reflecting Friday's surge in global equity shares after the United States and China appeared to move closer towards a resolution of their trade war.

MIDEAST STOCKS-Most of Gulf rises on modest U.S. job growth, Saudi ends losing streak

* Saudi snaps 3-day losing streak * Bahri sees biggest rise in almost a year * AXA Cooperative Insurance gains on capital increase nod * Dubai's Arabtec jumps on Aramco Contract * Amlak continues gaining on court ruling By Maqsood Alam and Shamsuddin Mohd Oct 6 (Reuters)...

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