Quorum Health Corporation (NYSE:QHC) Net Profit Margin stood at -17.50%. The company’s Return on Assets were -17.90%. At the close of the day, the stock reported a Market Cap of $87.28M in the Hospitals Industry.
The Barchart Technical Opinion rating is a 16% Sell with a Weakening short term outlook on maintaining the current direction. Longer term, the trend strength is Average. Long term indicators fully support a continuation of the trend.
Recently, Quorum Health Corporation (NYSE:QHC) announced that the Company has signed a definitive agreement to sell 45-bed Henderson County Community Hospital in Lexington, Tennessee, and 45-bed McKenzie Regional Hospital in McKenzie, Tennessee, and their associated assets, to SSH Tennessee, LLC. The divestiture is expected to close by August 1, 2017, subject to customary regulatory approvals and closing conditions.
The company reported a 52-Week High of $-70.56% and a52-Week Low of $56.69%. The monthly Volatility of Quorum Health Corporation stood at 8.72%.
Quorum Health Corporation announced EPS of $-13.05. This represents a growth of -6.70%.
Quorum Health Corporation’s ownership was spread out with Insider Ownership amounting to 5.20% while Institutional Ownership amounted to 90.60%. Total insider transactions was 21.14% and total Institutional Transactions was 11.04%.
Return on Assets reported was -17.90%. Return on Equity for the financial year was -158.30% while Return on Investments was -16.00%. The company closed the year with a Total Debt/Equity of 7.52 out of which Long Term Debt/Equity was 7.51. Current and quick ratio amounted to 1.80 and 1.70 respectively.
The company announced a gross margin of 87.80% and an operating margin of -14.50%. The company has 21.93M shares outstanding at a price of $3.98 per share.
EPS growth reported for this year was -6.70%. For the past five years, the company has reported EPS growth of -% with EPS growth for the next year projected to be 66.20%.