Solar A/S B Stock
Pros and Cons of Solar A/S B in the next few years
Performance of Solar A/S B vs. its peers
|Solar A/S B||-0.680%||1.368%||9.410%||-27.859%||-29.321%||-||-|
|NKT Holding A/S||1.510%||2.994%||17.924%||18.271%||13.371%||78.954%||-|
|Edgewell Personal Care Co||0.620%||2.532%||1.887%||-16.495%||-10.989%||8.000%||-9.900%|
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Solar, a company within the Machinery, Equipment & Components industry with its US symbol, has shown various impressive financial achievements, as well as a few areas of concerns. Overall, the company seems to exhibit strong financial performance, with steady growth in its total assets, revenue, and a healthy balance sheet over the years. However, specific areas, such as cash flow and debt levels, need to be scrutinized for a better understanding.
Steady Growth in Total Assets: Solar's total assets grew from DKK 4.6 billion in 2020 to DKK 5.9 billion in 2022, representing a solid increase. This growth indicates a positive expansion and investment strategy within the company.
Increasing Revenue: The company's total revenue consistently increased from DKK 11.46 billion in 2020 to DKK 13.86 billion in 2022, showcasing a strong market presence and an ability to generate additional income.
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