FUL stock forecast
Our latest prediction for H.B. Fuller Co.'s stock price was made on the June 29, 2020 when the stock price was at 44.43$.
In the short term (2weeks), FUL's stock price should underperform the market by -1.18%. During that period the price should oscillate between -6.21% and +4.17%.
In the medium term (3months), FUL's stock price should underperform the market by -3.17%. During that period the price should oscillate between -18.50% and +11.98%.Get email alerts
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About H.B. Fuller Co.
H.B. Fuller Co. engages in the formulation, manufactures, and markets the adhesives, sealants, and other specialty chemical products. It operates through six operating segments: Americas Adhesives, EIMEA, Asia Pacific, Construction Products, Engineering and Royal Adhesives. The Americas Adhesives, EIMEA and Asia Pacific segments include a full range of specialty adhesives such as thermoplastic, thermoset, reactive, and water-based and solvent-based products. The Construction Products segment provides floor preparation, grouts, and mortars for tile setting; as well as sealants and related products for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning and insulation applications. The Engineering Adhesives segment produces and supplies industrial adhesives to the transportation, electronics, medical, clean energy, appliance, and heavy machinery markets. The Royal Adhesives segment involves in producing adhesives, sealants, coatings, polymers, tapes, encapsulants, and additives for use in commercial, industrial, and institutional applications. The company was founded by Harvey Benjamin Fuller in 1887 and is headquartered in St. Paul, MN.
At the moment the company generates 2786M USD in revenues.
On its last earning announcement, the company reported a profit of 2.37$ per share.
The book value per share is 22.24$
Three months stock forecastJune 29, 2020
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