Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE:RHT) net profit margin was 10.50%. The firm’s Return on Assets were 6.00%. At the end of the day, the stock posted a Market Cap of $17.54B in the Application Software Industry.
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Recently, Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE:RHT) posted a total traded volume of 8,698,620, and the stock recorded a change of 9.58% in the previous trading session. The firm posted a 52-Week High of $6.59% and a52-Week Low of $43.83%. The monthly Volatility of Red Hat, Inc. stood at 1.80%.
Red Hat, Inc. announced EPS of $1.39. This exhibits a growth of 29.50% in EPS this year against to what was recorded last financial year and exhibits an overall growth of 13.20% over the past five year. The firm is now predicting an EPS growth of 16.38% in the next five years.
Red Hat, Inc.’s ownership was divided with insider ownership amounting to 0.50% while institutionaloOwnership came at 97.20%. Total insider transactions were -29.84% and total Institutional transactions were -1.83%.
Return on Assets reported was 6.00%. Return on Equity for the fiscal year was 19.60% while Return on Investments was 13.30%. The firm ended the year with a Total Debt/Equity of 0.60 out of which Long Term Debt/Equity was 0.60. Current and quick ratio was 1.20 and 1.20 respectively.
The firm posted a gross margin of 85.30% and an operating margin of 13.80%. The company has 177.92M stock outstanding at a price of $98.58 per share.
EPS growth recorded this year was 29.50%. For the past 5 years, the company has recorded EPS growth of 13.20% with EPS growth for the imminent year projected to be 16.92% while EPS growth for the subsequent five years is projected to be 16.38%.
P/E was 71.02 while Forward P/E was 32.06. P/S was 7.27 and P/Cash was 12.01.
Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE:RHT), the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, today announced that the British Army has migrated its private cloud environment to Red Hat Enterprise Linux and is using Ansible Tower by Red Hat for automation and orchestration. With Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Ansible Tower by Red Hat, the British Army is able to deliver applications more quickly and efficiently, with less downtime, to better meet the needs of end users.