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United Development Company QPSC

UDCD.QA

Latest Trade

1.52QAR

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Today's Range

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52 Week Range

0.82

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1.99

As of on the Doha Securities Market ∙ Minimum 15 minute delay

Pricing

Previous Close
1.52
Open
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Volume
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3M AVG Volume
650.80
Today's High
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Today's Low
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52 Week High
1.99
52 Week Low
0.82
Shares Out (MIL)
3,540.86
Market Cap (MIL)
5,460.01
Forward P/E
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Dividend (Yield %)
3.24

Latest Developments

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United Development Posts Q3 Profit Of QAR 123 Mln

Qatar's UDC Signs Two Agreements With Corinthia Hotel Group

Qatar's United Development Intends To Buy Qatar Cool Stake

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About United Development Company QPSC

United Development Company QPSC is a Qatar-based company, which is engaged in a number of industry sectors. The principal activity of the Company, along with its subsidiaries, is to contribute and invest in infrastructure and utilities, hydrocarbon and energy, urban development, environment related businesses, marina and related services, fashion, hospitality and leisure, business management, advertising, providing information technology solutions and insurance agency activities, among others. The Company operates thorough the following segments: Urban Development, which includes real estate development and construction activities; Hydrocarbon and Energy, which includes production and sale of chemicals and hydrocarbon materials; Hospitality and Leisure, which includes the investment and development of hotel and leisure facilities, as well as Infrastructure and Utilities, which covers construction and management of district cooling systems and marina activities.

Industry

Construction Services

Contact Info

Al Fardan Tower, 24th Floor

Dafna Area,

P.O. Box 7256

Qatar

+974.null.44098374

https://www.udcqatar.com/

Executive Leadership

Turki Mohammed Khalid Al Khater

Chairman of the Board

Ibrahim Jassim Al-Othman

President and Chief Executive Officer

Abdul Rahman Abdullah Abdul Ghani Naser Al Abdul Ghani

Vice Chairman of the Board

Myra Slaiby

Managing Director, Marketing and Communications

Maher Naim

General Manager - Finance

Key Stats

2.00 mean rating - 1 analysts
Sell
Hold
Buy
Price To Earnings (TTM)
27.25
Price To Sales (TTM)
4.28
Price To Book (MRQ)
0.50
Price To Cash Flow (TTM)
15.67
Total Debt To Equity (MRQ)
35.40
LT Debt To Equity (MRQ)
30.31
Return on Investment (TTM)
1.65
Return on Equity (TTM)
1.27

Latest News

Latest News

MIDEAST STOCKS-Saudi shares retreat after govt triples VAT rate

* All Saudi Arabian banks decline but one * Aramco to announce Q1 earnings on Tuesday * UAE has no plans to follow Saudi in VAT increase By Ateeq Shariff May 11 (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia's stock market ended lower on Monday after the kingdom said it will triple value-added...

MIDEAST STOCKS-Saudi leads most of Gulf lower; Aramco rebounds

* Aramco snaps five days of losses * Saudi banks slide * UDC extends losses on poor earnings By Maqsood Alam Feb 9 (Reuters) - Most major Gulf markets fell on Sunday, led by Saudi Arabia as concerns about the effect of the spread of the coronavirus on oil prices weighed...

MIDEAST STOCKS-Saudi underperforms; Aramco lowest since IPO

Saudi Arabia's stock market led most Gulf bourses lower on Sunday after oil prices plunged more than 6% at the end of last week, while oil giant Aramco fell for a sixth consecutive day.

MIDEAST STOCKS-Most major Gulf stocks in red; Egypt extends gains

* Banque Saudi Fransi dives on missing estimates * Aramco closes down at 33.4 riyals * UDC saw its biggest fall in 4 years By Ateeq Shariff Feb 6 (Reuters) - Most major Gulf markets were subdued on Thursday as disappointing results weighed on their banking shares, while...

MIDEAST STOCKS-Gulf markets gain after no escalation in U.S.-Iran tensions

* Advanced Petrochemical FY profit rises * Aramco closes down at 34.8 riyals * Amanat Holdings gains on acquisition plan * Financials strong in Qatar By Maqsood Alam Jan 12 (Reuters) - Middle East stocks closed higher on Sunday amid relief at no further escalation in tensions...

MIDEAST STOCKS-Real estate shares boost Dubai, banks aid Saudis

Dubai stocks rose on Wednesday, led by property shares, for a third consecutive day of gains. Financial stocks helped Saudi shares.

RPT-MIDEAST STOCKS-FAB weighs on Abu Dhabi stocks; most major Gulf markets down

Abu Dhabi's stock index fell on Monday, pulled down by its financial shares, particularly First Abu Dhabi Bank. Most major Gulf markets fell.

FAB weighs on Abu Dhabi stocks; most major Gulf markets down

Abu Dhabi's stock index fell on Monday, pulled down by its financial shares, particularly First Abu Dhabi Bank. Most major Gulf markets fell.

MIDEAST STOCKS-Dubai Investments weighs on Dubai index, banks lift Saudi

* Dubai Investments slumps after trading ex-dividend * Takaful Emarat slides on acquisition withdrawal * Riyad Bank continues to gain on strong Q1 results * Industries Qatar slides for third session By Ateeq Shariff April 25 (Reuters) - Dubai's stock market fell on Thursday...

MIDEAST STOCKS-Dubai's property stocks drop, most Gulf markets slide

Dubai's stock market fell in early trading on Wednesday, a day after reaching a three-month high, as all its property shares declined. Most major Gulf markets slid.

MIDEAST STOCKS-Qatar slides on wide sell-off, all major Gulf markets drop

* 19 of 20 stocks on Qatari index fall * All of Dubai's property stocks decline * Egypt snaps 10-day winning streak * Waha Capital plunges on lower profit By Ateeq Shariff and Abinaya Vijayaraghavan Feb 7 (Reuters) - Qatar's stock market fell sharply on Thursday as all but...

MIDEAST STOCKS-Banks lift Saudi, blue-chips elevate major Gulf markets

* Saudi hits highest level since Aug 2015 * Advanced Petrochemical rises after FY results * Doha Bank plunges after FY profit declines * IHC jumps after board resolves to buy PAL Cooling By Ateeq Shariff Jan 28 (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia's stock market rose sharply on Monday...

MIDEAST STOCKS-Banks lift Saudi, property stocks aid UAE

The Saudi stock market inched up in early trading on Wednesday as its bank shares gained, while most Gulf markets were firm in quiet trading ahead of corporate earnings announcements next week.

MIDEAST STOCKS-Top bank boosts Egypt, Gulf falls in thin trade

* Egypt's Talaat Mostafa rises on higher annual sales * Dubai's Aramex suffers biggest one-day loss in a year * Saudi stock index almost flat * Qatar's Mesaieed jumps after free shares distributed * United Development rises after asset sale By Shakeel Ahmad and Ateeq Shariff...

MIDEAST STOCKS-Banks weigh on Qatar, Gulf mostly weak but Dubai firm early on

The Qatar stock market fell early on Wednesday, weighed down by banking shares, while most major Gulf markets slipped as year-end holidays dampened trading volumes.

MIDEAST STOCKS-Wall Street surge buoys Gulf, Saudi banks strong

* Riyad Bank continues to climb on merger talks * Saudi's SABB, Samba rise on dividend proposals * Six of seven Qatari banks rise * Qatar's United Development gains on plot sale deal * El Sewedy Electric top gainer in Egypt By Shakeel Ahmad and Ateeq Shariff Dec 27 (Reuters...

MIDEAST STOCKS-Gulf moves sideways despite oil tumble, banks boost Egypt

Gulf stock markets largely moved sideways on Wednesday despite Brent oil's decline below $50 a barrel for the first time since July 2017, while Egypt's blue-chip index rose sharply, led by rebounding bank shares.

BRIEF-Qatar's United Development Q1 Profit Falls

* Q1 NET PROFIT 215 MILLION RIYALS VERSUS 231 MILLION RIYALS YEAR AGO Source:(https://bit.ly/2FrauBf) Further company coverage:

MIDEAST STOCKS-Dubai ends at two-year low, Saudi keeps climbing on FTSE hopes

Major Gulf stock markets performed very differently on Thursday as Dubai closed at its lowest level in two years while Saudi Arabia continued to climb on optimism over its entry into emerging market indexes.

MIDEAST STOCKS-Saudi continues climb, most of Gulf lower on ex-dividends

Most Gulf stock markets were soft in early trade on Thursday as several companies in Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Qatar went ex-dividend, while Saudi Arabia continued to climb on optimism over its entry into emerging market indexes.

Quote and financial data from Refinitiv. Fund performance data provided by Lipper. All quotes delayed a minimum of 15 minutes.

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