Mediclinic International

MDC: 743.50 6.25 (▲0.85%)

Delayed:2016-12-12 08:53:15
Bid Price 742.50 High Price 744.50
Ask Price 744.00 Low Price 734.00
Open Price 734.00 Spread 0.20%
Prev Close 737.00 Volume 140,968.00

Mediclinic International Share Price Chart


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Mediclinic International Share Price Information

Name Mediclinic International Epic MDC
Sector Health Care Equipment & Services ISIN GB00B8HX8Z88
Activites Al Noor Hospitals Group is the largest integrated private healthcare service provider in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi based on the number of patients treated, number of beds and number of physicians as stated in the Health Authority of Abu Dhabi’s (HAAD) latest report. The Company provides primary, secondary and tertiary care through three hospitals and nine medical centres. The provision of care is at international standards, with a particular focus on clinical excellence and patient safety. Al Noor was the first private hospital in Abu Dhabi City to obtain Joint Commission International (JCI) accreditation, and today all of its hospitals are accredited. Al Noor operates in one of the fastest growing industries in the UAE due to: population growth and a rapidly ageing demographic; an increasing incidence of lifestyle-related medical conditions such as diabetes and obesity; service gaps in the current healthcare market; and growth in the privately insured population in the UAE. Security Type Equity

Key numbers

Latest Share Price (p) 743.25 Net Gearing (%) 40.83
Market Cap (£m) 5,193.88 Gross Gearing (%) 45.49
Shares in issue (m) 737.24 Debt Ratio 38.04
P/E Ratio 23.80 Debt-to-Equity Ratio 0.74
Divs per share (p) 7.00 Assets / Equity Ratio 1.83
Dividend Yield (%) 0.00 Price to book value 1.45
Dividend Cover 0.00 SROCE (%) 4.25
Earning per share (p) 29.60 EPS Growth (%)
52-week high / low (p) 1,174.00 / 675.50 DPS Growth (%) -44.88

Mediclinic International Broker Views

Date Broker Rec. Price Old target price New target price Notes
29 Nov Jefferies International Hold 743.50 812.00 741.00 Reiterates
23 Nov Macquarie Neutral 743.50 970.00 830.00 Reiterates
11 Nov HSBC Reduce 743.50 920.00 745.00 Reiterates
28 Sep Jefferies International Hold 743.50 833.00 812.00 Reiterates
22 Sep Jefferies International Hold 743.50 920.00 833.00 Reiterates

Mediclinic International Director Deals

Date Director Type Volume / Price Trade Value
29 Nov 2016 Alan Grieve Buy 7500 @ 734.30p £55,072.50

Mediclinic International Company News

Broker Forecast – Jefferies International issues a broker note on Mediclinic International Plc

Jefferies International today reaffirms its hold investment rating on Mediclinic International Plc (LON:MDC) and cut its price target to 741p (from 812p).

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Director Deals – Mediclinic International Plc (MDC)

Alan Grieve, Non Executive Director, bought 7,500 shares in the company on the 28th November 2016 at a price of 734.30p. The Director now holds 7,500 shares representing 0.00% of the shares in issue.

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Broker Forecast – Macquarie issues a broker note on Mediclinic International Plc

Macquarie today reaffirms its neutral investment rating on Mediclinic International Plc (LON:MDC) and cut its price target to 830p (from 970p).

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Broker Forecast – HSBC issues a broker note on Mediclinic International Plc

HSBC today reaffirms its reduce investment rating on Mediclinic International Plc (LON:MDC) and cut its price target to 745p (from 920p).

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FTSE falls on stronger pound

The FTSE 100 closed 1% down as National Grid (NG.) and British American Tobacco (BATS) pulled the blue chip index lower.

Sterling strengthened against the dollar by 0.2% to $1.24, a potential headwind for blue chip overseas earners.

US initial unemployment claims fell by 11,000 in the week to 5 November from the previous week’s unrevised level of 265,000.

West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude oil was 1% lower at $44.82 and Brent crude oil fell 0.7% to $46 per barrel, respectively.

Gold fell 0.6% to $1,264 per ounce.


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Barclays (BARC) traded 4.2% higher at 201p, as financial stocks gained on the prospects of higher interest rates and better interest rate margins.

Shares in Mediclinic (MDC) slumped after it reported that revenue growth in the Middle East is expected at the bottom end of expectations. This was blamed on the continued weak macro-economic environment and the delayed opening of its Al Jowhara facility.

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