Global Blue Group Holding AG (GB): Price and Financial Metrics

Global Blue Group Holding AG (GB): $4.51

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GB Stock Summary

  • The capital turnover (annual revenue relative to shareholder's equity) for GB is 23.25 -- better than 98.93% of US stocks.
  • GB's equity multiplier -- a measure of assets relative to shareholders'equity -- is greater than that of only 2.24% of US stocks.
  • As for revenue growth, note that GB's revenue has grown 139.59% over the past 12 months; that beats the revenue growth of 93.6% of US companies in our set.
  • Stocks with similar financial metrics, market capitalization, and price volatility to GLOBAL BLUE GROUP HOLDING AG are CCM, BBWI, WW, ATCX, and TUP.
  • To check out GLOBAL BLUE GROUP HOLDING AG's SEC filings, go to the company's page on browse-edgar?action=getcompany&CIK=0001799983.

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GB Price/Volume Stats

Current price $4.51 52-week high $9.99
Prev. close $4.45 52-week low $3.96
Day low $4.50 Volume 567
Day high $4.51 Avg. volume 16,311
50-day MA $4.88 Dividend yield N/A
200-day MA $5.51 Market Cap 814.62M

Global Blue Group Holding AG (GB) Company Bio

Global Blue Group Holding AG provides strategic technology and payments partner services to merchants worldwide. The company operates through two segments, Tax Free Shopping Technology Solutions (TFSS) and Added-Value Payment Solutions (AVPS). It operates a technology platform that serves a network of approximately 400,000 merchant stores. The company offers merchants a range of in-store issuing software solutions to their needs, as well as pre- and post-transaction services to attract and serve international shoppers; and AVPS, including point-of-sale dynamic currency conversion (DCC) services for the retail and hospitality sectors, as well as e-commerce dynamic currency conversion solutions, services, and software for automated teller machines and multi-currency processing for online merchants. It also provides services to international shoppers to reclaim VAT on eligible goods purchased outside their country of origin; and pay for goods and services abroad in their home currency through DCC services. The company was incorporated in 2019 and is based in Brüttisellen, Switzerland. Global Blue Group Holding AG is a subsidiary of SL Globetrotter, L.P.

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YTD -29.48%
2021 -50.81%
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