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Johnson&Johnson

JNJ.US $ 163.78 USD

0.41 $ (0.25%)

Growth potential

Recommendation
is being revised

Dividend income

1d
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Recommendation

Strong Buy

Performance Rating

DCF

175.46

ROE

0.23

ROA

0.08

P/S

5.14

P/B

6.71

Debt / Equity

0.52

About Company

The American holding Johnson & Johnson specializes in the manufacture of healthcare and hygiene products. It ranks first in the world's top of companies with the largest output of medical equipment. Founded in 1886 as a family business, the company was initially engaged in the manufacture of bandaging products. The shares were put up for sale in 1944, shortly after, a thriving corporation set after swallowing up its European and North American competitors. The Company aims for the transition to the environmentally-clean manufacturing. To achieve this, a number of factories have switched to solar energy. Moreover, Johnson & Johnson avoid using plastic packaging for liquid products wherever possible. The medical specialization of the holding still stands for oncology, immunology, infectious diseases, neurology, and psychiatry. Johnson & Johnson actively invests in these areas' development. The company's current capitalization hits $317 billion. The Johnson & Johnson corporation is comprised of over 250 companies; it owns rights to over 120 brands. Alex Gorski is the Company's Director General since 2012. At the beginning of the Noughties, he was working for the Company's rivals for a while, but afterward, he returned and was rather speedily promoted. The General Director's power is not absolute; in fact, the extended holding is managed by the Board of the Company. Shares of Johnson & Johnson are rated as stable, growing in value slowly but steadily though.


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