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Foundation Building Materials, Inc. Common Stock (FBM) Quote & Summary Data

FBM 
$9.83
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0.19
1.97%
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Exchange:NYSE
Industry: Consumer Services
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Key Stock Data

1 Year Target
17
Today's High / Low
$ 9.87 / $ 9.56
Share Volume
46,680
90 Day Avg. Daily Volume
93,539
Previous Close
$ 9.64
52 Week High / Low
$ 16.40 / $ 9.26
Market Cap
421,657,506
P/E Ratio
9.19
Forward P/E (1y)
22.42
Earnings Per Share (EPS)
$ 1.07
Annualized Dividend
N/A
Ex Dividend Date
N/A
Dividend Payment Date
N/A
Current Yield
0 %
Beta
0.4

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Shares Traded

Share Volume:
46,680
90 Day Avg. Daily Volume:
93,539

P/E Ratio

P/E Ratio:
9.19
Forward P/E (1y):
22.42
Earnings Per Share (EPS):
$ 1.07

Trading Range

The current last sale of $9.83 is 6.16% Higher than the 52 week low.

Intraday Last 52 Weeks
High: $ 9.87 $ 16.40
 Low: $ 9.56 $ 9.26

Company Description (as filed with the SEC)

On October 9, 2015, the Company and its assets and operations were acquired by LSF9 Cypress Parent, LLC now known as FBM Alpha LLC through a newly formed company, LSF9 Cypress Holdings, LLC now known as Foundation Building Materials Holding Company LLC, which we refer to as the Lone Star Acquisition.  ... More ...  


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Another Bailout?? Why is the SEC boosting big banks and HFT's bottom lines?
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