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UFS (Domtar Corporation (NEW))
Last Trade 44.56 Dividend/Share 1.74 PE Ratio 12.28
Date January 23-2019 Dividend Yield 3.905 Return on Assets -3.47
Change -0.5 ExDividend Date 2018-12-31 Return on Capital null
Bid null Latest EPS -4.1 Price/Sale 0.721
Ask null LatestEPS Date 2017-12-31 Price to Book 1.11
Volume null EPS ttm 3.630 Institutional % 135.9
Avg Volume 0.93M Shares Outstanding 65M Insider % 3.9
Open 45.25 Float 62.57M Short Ratio 2.780
Prev Close 45.06 Return On Equity -6.99 5 Year Change % 0.164
High 45.514 Consensus EPS 1.69 2 Year Change % 0.210
Low 44.52 No. of Estimate 3.000 1 Year Change % -0.092
52 Week High 54.5 EPS Surprise $ null YTD Change % 0.276
52 Week Low 33.81 EPS Surprise Percent 0 6 Month Change % -0.049
52 Week Change -9.241 EBITDA -430M 3 Month Change % -0.001
50 Day MA 41.24013 Revenue 1337M 1 Month Change % 0.297
200 Day MA Gross Profit 261M 5 Day Change % 0.015
Market Cap 2896.45M Cash 139M 30 Day Change % 0.129
Beta 1.890218 Debt 1130M Stock Exchange New York Stock Exchange
Sector Basic Materials Revenue Per Share 21 Short Interest 2333542
Short Date 2018-12-31 Revenue Per Employee 133700 Short Ratio 2.780
Data courtesy of IEX
Company Profile

Domtar Corporation engages in designing, manufacturing, marketing, and distributing uncoated freesheet paper; papergrade, fluff, and specialty pulp; and lumber and wood products in North America. The company operates in three segments: Papers, Paper Merchants, and Wood. The Papers segment offers business papers, including copy and electronic imaging papers, which are used with ink jet and laser printers, photocopiers, and plain-paper fax machines, as well as computer papers, preprinted forms, and digital papers. It also provides commercial printing and publication papers, including uncoated freesheet papers, such as offset papers and opaques, and coated groundwood used in sheet and roll fed offset presses and digital printing; and publication papers comprising tradebook and lightweight uncoated papers used in book publishing applications, such as textbooks, dictionaries, catalogs, magazines, hard cover novels, and financial documents. This segment also offers converting and specialty papers, which consist of base papers that are converted into finished products, such as envelopes, tablets, business forms, and data processing/computer forms. It sells papers to paper merchants, office equipment manufacturers, stationers, retail outlets, commercial printers, converters, and end users. The Paper Merchants segment involves in purchasing, warehousing, selling, and distributing business papers, printing and publishing papers, and industrial products to commercial printers, publishers, quick copy firms, catalog and retail companies, and institutional entities. The Wood segment manufactures and markets lumber and wood-based products, as well as manages forest resources. The company is headquartered in Montreal, Canada. As of March 7, 2007, Domtar Corporation operates independently of Weyerhaeuser Co.